Camelia japonica 'Annie Wylam'

Cookham & Cookham Dean

Horticultural Society

To create a garden is to search for a better world. Whether the result is a horticultural masterpiece or only a modest vegetable patch, it is based on the expectation of a glorious future


We meet at Cookham Dean Village Hall normally at 7.30pm .  Members Free - Visitors £5

Contact Claire Phillpot clairephillpot@btinternet.com  for further information

(Annual Membership £10 - enrol at the door)


PROGRAMME 2018

A Programme of Talks for garden enthusiasts by gardening experts 

Wednesday 31 January 2018

How To Be A Show-off Join us for our first meeting of the New Year with an entertaining and informative evening presented by Graham Talbot

Wednesday 28 February 2018 2017 The Subtle Art and Exact Science of Pruning  Presented by Timothy Walker
Wednesday 28 March 2018 Spring Show
Wednesday 25 April 2018 Edible Flowers: Producing a Feast from your Garden  Presented by Kathy Brown
Tuesday 30 May 2018 No Dig Gardening: Save Time and Money with Fewer Weeds and Healthier Soil! Presented by Stephanie Hafferty
August 2018 NO EVENTS
Wednesday 26 September 2018 Paradise and Plenty: Lord Rothschild's legendary garden at Eythrope, Bucks Presented by Lady Mary Keen
Wednesday 31 October 2018 Food for Free: Foraging for Wild Food  Presented by Hedgerow Harvest
Wednesday 28 November 2018 Solace in an Oasis of Planting  Presented by Horatio’s Garden, the Charity that creates beautiful, accessible gardens in NHS Spinal Injury Centres

7.30pm to 9.30 pm with a break for refreshments

The Village Hall, Cookham Dean unless otherwise stated

Everyone welcome.  Entry fee for non-members: £5

Claire Phillpot 01628 473631


 

President:    

Vice Presidents: John Linegar & Barbara Samuels

Chairman: Carolyn Foster

Vice Chairman: Heather Conlin

Secretary: Charles Elly 

Membership Secretary and Treasurer: Helen Philip 

Programme Organisers: Claire Phillpot and Sarah Breeden.
Publicity: Claire Phillpot clairephillpot@btinternet.com 

 

Click here for link to South Chilterns Gardening Group 

Click here for a write-up of Gardeners' Question Time April 2005

click here for a write-up on the visit to Highgrove

Petunia Fragrant Cloud


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