The Cornwall Garden Society’s (CGS) November lectures will be delivered by Bob Brown who is a plantsman of wide renown, having introduced and discovered many well-known cultivars.
How should we adapt our gardens to cope with the effects of climate changes? Find out at the first Cornwall Garden Society lecture of the season
Our members have some truly beautiful and interesting gardens. Take a look to see some of the wonderful things growing.
You can take out CGS membership as an individual or as a family and there are lots of benefits.
Described by The Telegraph as the "Chelsea of the West," our annual Spring Flower Show, sponsored by Atkins Ferrie Wealth Management, is a major highlight of the horticultural year, never more so than in 2022.
Taking place over two days at The Royal Cornwall Showground near Wadebridge - on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd April - there will also be a special ticketed preview evening for CGS members on the preceding Friday evening, the details of which will be confirmed in the New Year.
As ever, the Show will be packed with gardening inspiration and provide us all with a much-needed boost after the Coronavirus-related cancellations of the past two years. The event will be Covid-secure and managed in line with the UK Government guidance and Cornwall Council advice that prevail at the time.
The Schedule of Competitive Classes has been refined for 2022 and will be published here shortly. It will include a separate section for Novice Classes to encourage more first-time exhibitors to participate so we hope you will all throw your horticultural hats into the ring and wow the judges with your best blooms.
Early bird tickets for £13.50 will be available soon, so why not purchase some for friends and family, and join us for our best ever celebration of Cornwall's early spring?
Tickets on the gate will cost £15. Admission is free for children under 16 years of age. Well-behaved canine companions on leads are most welcome.