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Our Next SpeakerEvent
at Coopers Hill Centre, Crowthorne Road North, Bracknell RG12 7QS

Wednesday
4th May 2016

7:15pm for 7:30pm

John Negus
Borders of Distinction

Displaying herbaceous perennials to best effect. Choosing plants and varieties to extend the season from early spring to late autumn. Tips on planting, cultivating and associating colours and sculptural forms


Members Free

Non Member £3

Table Top Competition:
A display of rhubarb or flowers from the garden

including Tea & Coffee from 7.15pm










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NGS Bracknell Gardens
Saturday 30th April

Three interesting town gardens, all completely different, and lovely local allotments. Devonia is a plantsman's garden designed for all seasons with areas showcasing different conditions. 24 Lysander Drive is a young, modern square garden, densely planted with architectural shrubs, grasses and small trees. 10 Shaftesbury Close is a woodland garden, planted to reflect the challenges that pine trees offer. Glenwood Allotments have enthusiastic owners who plant a wide variety of vegetables for all year cropping.


Bracknell Gardens
open for The Thames Valley Air Ambulance.

  Three Bracknell Horticultural Association gardens opened their gates in August to raise funds for the Air Ambulance.
  This much publicised event drew 250 people who, perused the gardens, bought plants and produce and enjoyed tea and cakes on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon. The charity benefited by a total of £1,535.50.
  To find out more about Open Gardens in Bracknell next year visit  www.ngs.org.uk/ where exiting news on charity fund raising through garden opening is available.  



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