The events listed here have been organised by the Federation, affiliated societies, or local charitable organisations. We aim to keep it up to date, however this is not guaranteed. Please contact the organiser of the event should you require confirmation.

A Mixed Bunch

Victory Hall, Warsash 27 Warsash Rd, Warsash, United Kingdom

A talk by Marian Catt, stories and symbolism of everyday flowers

Evening Talk – “The answer lies in the soil”.

Kingsclere Village Club 35 George Street, Kingsclere

Our next evening talk will be on Thursday 8thFebruary 2024. Geoff Hawkins will present “The answer lies in the soil”.   Location - Kingsclere Village Club, doors open 7pm, talk starts at 7.30pm Geoff will give us an illustrated talk highlighting

Free

Shaftesbury Snowdrop Study Day

Shaftsbury Art Centre, 13 Bell St, Shaftesbury SP7 8AR Programme: 10.00 – Joe Sharman will give a talk on ‘New Varieties in Production’ and introduce his new snowdrop “Gold Hill”, named after our town’s most famous landmark. 11.30 – Melvyn Jope

AGM, talk and food

St Gregory’s Parish Hall, Alresford Grange Road, Alresford, United Kingdom

The AGM will be followed by a short talk by Stephen Morley, 'Wildlife on the Watercress Line, ' and the evening will end with a shared supper. Wine, soft drinks, tea and coffee will be available.

Revive Your Garden

Boxgrove Village Hall

Nick Bailey, a presenter of BBC 2 Gardener's World, will give ideas to refresh an established garden and designs for a new one.   This will be followed by Afternoon Tea.   Entry  by ticket only.

£6

TROWELS AND TRIBULATIONS

St Mark's Church Hall, Winchester Oliver’s Battery Road South, Winchester, United Kingdom

Monthly meeting by Winchester Gardening Club Speaker Maggie Tran, Head Gardener at Bramdean House

£4

Snowdrops For All – Shaftesbury

Shaftesbury Snowdrops are delighted to welcome horticulturalist Lou Nicholls to give a lecture at Shaftesbury Arts Centre, 13 Bell St, Shaftesbury SP7 8AR  The lecture "Snowdrops for All" will be given by Lou Nicholls, a renowned Horticulturist who has spent over

Pelargoniums by Roger Butler

St Saviors Church Hall, Brockenhurst Wilverley Rd, Brockenhurst

Pelargoniums (Geraniums) illustrated talk by Roger Butler.  Non members welcome, entrance fee £5.  Refreshments and raffle.

£5

“Grow Your Own Food”

Codford Village Hall Broadleaze, High St,, Codford, United Kingdom

Claire McNaughton has written a book with the same title on how she learnt to grow her own for her family

£2

Creating Movement Whilst Frozen Still with Ben Pope

United Reformed Church Hall, Hayling Island Hollow Lane, Hayling Island, United Kingdom

A seasonal talk looking at the winter garden and how to achieve movement and interest during the cold months. The talk begins by looking at what gives a garden structure, interest and movement during winter, whilst exploring how to develop

£5