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More HPS events


In addition to the events flagged up in my recent post below (Some Events of Interest), John Dyson has let me know about a few more Rutland HPS events that may be of interest to you…

Rutland Group of the Hardy Plant Society
Tuesday April 12th  at 7-30 pm
In The Uppingham Methodist Church, Orange Street, Uppingham, LE15 9SQ
Visitors very welcome
A talk entitled

‘The World of Ferns’ by Neil Timm

Neil began his gardening life at The Isle Of Ely College, Wisbech,
and has worked in a number of gardens in Lincolnshire and beyond,
including over 20 years as a landscape gardener and garden designer.
He owns and manages ‘The Fern Nursery’ in Binbrook, Lincolnshire.  
Admission £3-00 members, £5-00 visitors (Includes light refreshments)
(Please use public car parks….free in the evenings)
This is the final talk of our Winter/Spring programme, but don’t forget…

Celebrity Lecture Saturday April 30th

Matthew Wilson

‘From Chelsea to Home – 
Bringing Chelsea Design to Your Back Garden’

1-30 pm for 2-30 pm start
Brooke Priory School
Oakham LE15 6QW 
Plant Sale         Free Parking
Full Details on our website at
Tickets £10-00 to include light refreshments 
on sale at the meeting on April 12th,
or use the attached form to apply by post.


Also, don’t forget…

Sunday May 29th

HPS Annual Specialist Plant Fair

10-30am until 3-00pm
Cottesmore Road, Ashwell E15 7LJ
18 Specialist Plant Stalls
Only £2-00 Admission Refreshments Available

Rutland HPS Autumn/Winter talks recommence September 13th 
when John Page will talk about ‘Irish Gardens’


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