Emsworth Horticultural Society

The

Society

was

formed

in

1919,

originally

for

local

allotment

holders.

Nowadays,

the

Society

welcomes

anyone

who

is

interested

in

gardening

of

any

sort.

Membership

is

available

at

£7

per

household

per

annum

.

EHS Membership provides the following benefits
Access to The Hut (the Distribution Store) which offers most gardening requirements at reasonable cost. Advice is also on hand A program of talks on gardening and related subjects Coach outings to gardens of horticultural and historic interest Additionally, there are opportunities to meet with fellow enthusiasts and admire local gardens at our Garden Natter Mornings and occasional Open Gardens Plant Sales are held at talks and annually at The Distribution Store (The Hut) Quarterly Newsletter to keep members informed
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Emsworth Horticultural Society
Lyn Davies (Co-Chair) emshorticultural@gmail.com
November Update

Zoom Talk - “An Allotment

Year” by Alan Williams

We have video recorded the Zoom

talk given by Alan Williams and is

available on this website.

We’re pleased to announce the following Zoom talk on Thursday 19 th November 2020, starting at 7.30pm: ‘The Salutation Hotel garden & designing borders for colour succession.' by Steven Edney Steve has formal qualifications in horticulture and was recently Head Gardener at the Lutyens designed Salutation Hotel in Sandwich, Kent. He is currently overseeing the renovation of Canterbury Cathedral gardens and has other garden design & consultancy projects. He sits on the RHS herbaceous perennials advisory committee. The link to join the talk will be sent out a day or two before the meeting. Do join us if you can if you need help with Zoom get in touch with a committee member beforehand for advice. The Hut. We intend to keep the Hut open through November for sales and membership renewals, though we will have to take each Sunday as it comes. We have to be strict about Covid restrictions which are: Only one person allowed in at a time at the invitation of the volunteer at the double door entrance. Queue 2 metres apart outside the hut Masks to be worn Sanitise your hands with the sanitiser provided Follow the one-way route and leave by the door at the end by the office. Don’t forget - Seed    order    deadline    is    Sunday    29 th    November 2020 The November sale – 50% off selec ted items .
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