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Hampshire Federation of Horticultural Societies
Dorset Federation of Horticultural Societies
Royal Horticultural Society
The Hardy Plant Society - Zoom Lectures & Gardening with Hardy Perennials
MacPennys Nursery Bransgore
Green Gardener - Biological controls (and more) for your garden and greenhouse.
Bloms Bulbs - Bulb and plant supplier.
Fibrex Nurseries Ltd. - Plant supplier.
Safe Soil UK - Soil testing and analysis.
Apsley Farm - Soil improvement mulch etc.
Bransgore Horticultural Society, founded in 1898, is affiliated to the Royal Horticultural Society and is a member of the Hampshire Federation of Horticultural Soceties.
Each year the society arranges a Spring and Summer show, a plant sale, visits to places of interest and a number of lectures on relevant topics.
Membership to the society is open to anybody on payment of the appropriate annual fee. Application form in the downloads section or click on the link below.Membership Form
To make the photo fit into the website layout I will crop all photos to a square image, this means that if you have a portrait photo a bit at the top or bottom or both will be lost, or if it is a landscape photo it will be the ends that are lost.
If you centralise the main subject of the photo all should be well. I will also reduce the quality of the photo down to about 1-2Mb this is to increase the loading speed of the photo gallery.
Please submit no more than 6 photos to start with and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos can be anything associated with your garden e.g.
We also have a 'Village Views' section, please send in pictures of anything odd or interesting when you are out and about in Bransgore.
The Hampshire Federation of Horticultural Societies publish a free monthly e-Bulletin. The link below will take you to a sign up form. You can "unsubscribe" at any time.e-Bulletin
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The society's coach trip for 2024 is heading to Kew Gardens
By popular demand from members of the society we are visiting the world heritage site Kew gardens on Thursday 13th June. Kew is the largest and most diverse botanical collection in the world and its 330 acres offer something for everyone. Formally started in 1749 it has four grade 1 listed buildings and 36 grade 2 structures. The two main glasshouses are the palm house and the temperate house both of which show off the skill of the Victorian builders. For those with a head for heights there is the tree top walkway and for art lovers two galleries the Shirley Sherwood gallery of botanical art and the Marianne North gallery. She travelled the world and produced some of the most exciting plant paintings ever. There are a number of places to get refreshments and of course a gift shop.
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