Affiliated to the
Royal Horticultural Society
The Society welcomes new members! Membership is open to all.

The Society's objects are to encourage and promote public interest in horticulture, including the culture of flowers, fruit and vegetables.
With 600 household members, and celebrating our 52nd year, our active Committee work hard to provide activities of interest to all types of gardeners - whether you exhibit in shows, are an allotment holder, plant enthusiast or just like to potter around.

The Spring, Summer and Autumn Shows always provide a magnificent show of flowers and vegetables in all sections. The Summer Show is the biggest event in Ingatestone with marquees holding horticultural and children's competitions, a craft fair, displays and stalls by over 20 local organisations; the event attracts over 2,000 local people. As well as the shows, there is an annual plant sale and a garden competition, plus regular talks and organised coach outings to some of the best gardens in the South of England.

Tuesday 21st March

We are welcoming Fiona Edmond to our talk next week on Tuesday 21st March at the slightly earlier time of 7.30pm.
Fiona's gardens at Green Island near Colchester are well known locally and she will be talking about gardening for scent.

She will use plants she has brought to illustrate her talk and there will be plants for sale afterwards. Please join us if you can, it promises to be an interesting evening.


Spring Show - 8th April
The updated schedule, with classes, rules and entry form are on the
Spring Show tab.

Plant sale - 13th May
Summer Show -15th July
and Autumn Show - 16th September
and see the programme tab for all events




To use our RHS Garden Ticket
(1/3rd discount off entry price for 2 adults)contact Linda Ritchie on 01277 353566
or email alritchie2001@yahoo.co.uk
She rarely gets asked for our tickets, but we have got two, enabling four people to get a discount.
- for details of what's on at RHS Hyde Hall Gardens see www.rhs.org.uk

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