Monday, 7 September 2015


We were pleased to welcome our speaker Martin Pett whose subject was the restoration of the Tudor Garden at Anne of Cleves House in Lewes. The garden is used for the service of teas and opened in 2014, and is well worth a visit when you are in the area.
Martin chats with members following his talk
Martin provides his talks for the benefit of the gardeners charity Perennial. You can find out more about this worthy orgainsation by clicking here.

We also enjoyed our first dahlia competition, with the winners judged by the members present at the meeting. The joint first prize was awarded to Alan Essex and Julie Simpson. Congratulations to them both.
Alan's entry
Julie with her dahlias

Wednesday, 2 September 2015


STOP PRESS!!!! Entries  to the Show will be accepted up to Friday (4th) afternoon. 
(Please call Jilly if you think you may need to be later than that.)
Start checking round your garden to see what you may be in a position to exhibit at the Hurst Green Gardening Club show on Saturday 5 September.
Click here to see the schedule, and below is an entry form, or you can email or phone the details through. Entries details are requested by the evening of Wednesday 2 September.
The Show is always a good one and very worth while supporting.