Gardening Group Presents Christine Skelmersdale

£7.50

Tickets at £7.50, to include tea/coffee and biscuits after the lecture are available from here or contact David Gurr on 07977 474873 or email david.gurr@btinternet.com

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Bishops Hull Hub gardening group are delighted to invite you to a lecture by Christine Skelmersdale on Thursday 21st April. 7:00 for a 7:30 start.

Christine is the Managing Director of the local Broadleigh Gardens. She was a member of the Council of the Royal Horticultural Society for 11 years, a member of the Gardens Committee, with special responsibility of Rosemoor, for 12 years and ex Vice Chairman of the Bulb Committee and a member of the Daffodil and Tulip Yearbook Committee. She has been a member of many RHS trial Forums that award the coveted AGM. Author of ‘Creative Gardening with Bulbs’ (1989), she writes articles and reviews for, amongst others, The Garden, The Daily Telegraph, Gardeners’ World Magazine and published “Gardeners Guide to Bulbs” in July 2012. In 2009 she was presented with the Victoria Medal of Honour (VMH)– the RHS ‘s highest award for services to horticulture.
The lecture will be “Where does your garden grow? or “Round the world in 80 plants”.
We have the best gardens but very few of our plants originate in this country so just where do your favourite garden plants come from? Stunning photos of plants in their native habitat & in our gardens.

Of interest to anyone who has a garden!