Welcome to Garth Gardeners

We are a gardening group for everyone living around Garth Mountain in South Wales and beyond.  We have a full programme of meetings from September to May and run numerous trips throughout the year.  We are an RHS affiliated society and are always keen to welcome new members and visitors.

John’s Garden, Kingswinford

One of the highlights of our recent Chester tour was John’s Garden created by its owner, the esteemed  nurseryman, John Massey. If you missed the trip, or are desperate to go again, then Radyr Gardening Club are organising a trip next Wednesday, 28 June, and have spaces available. It’s £24.50 and the coach leaves at 9 am from the memorial in Radyr.

For more information contact Ann Hughes on 029 2089 0225.

Bill Rodd

 

Pentyrch Open Gardens 2017

Saturday 1st July –  Sunday 2nd July
Saturday 10 am – 5 pm, Sunday 11 am – 5 pm

Visit many varied village gardens

  • Ample parking
  • Delicious homemade light refreshments served all day
  • Courtesy minibus around village
  • Tickets on the day from Pentyrch Village Hall
  • £6 per person for a weekend pass

For more information contact me on 029 2089 1337, chris.edwards@totalise.co.uk or visit our web site

Supporting George Thomas Hospice Care and projects to improve the village environment

Chris Edwards

NGS Open Gardens – w/e 1st & 2nd July 2017

Two open gardens events in July:  

Dinas Powys Open Gardens Saturday and Sunday (11 – 5)

Six gardens all with something different to offer, one owned by Garth Gardeners’ David & Helen Parsons with many familiar faces supporting. Home-made teas will be served. Plant sales are also an attraction. Good wheelchair access at the community gardens.

Supporting chosen NGS charities and Dinas Powys Voluntary Concern

 

£5 per person, children free

For more information visit their NGS web page

Ty George Thomas Open Garden, Sunday 2 July (2-5 pm)

Usk Open Gardens 2017

 

Over 20 lovely private gardens open – something for everyone

And also . . .

  • Delicious home-made refreshments in the Memorial Hall, the Catholic church hall, and St Mary’s vestry.
  • A Gardener’s Market with plant stalls and more
  • A photography competition – best garden photo will feature on next year’s programme and win a £25 garden voucher.

Garden Passport tickets  on sale in town car parks and Twyn Square, £7.50 for a day or £10 for the whole weekend. Children 14 and under go free. Parking free.

www.uskopengardens.com

Bill Rodd

Gardening events this month

See below for the annual event at Pugh’s in support of The George Thomas Hospice on 28 June. This afternoon is also Creigiau Open Gardens, always worth a visit if you are in the area – many members opening.

Bill Rodd