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.

Creating Movement Whilst Frozen Still

Lavant Memorial Hall Pook Lane, Lavant, United Kingdom

A talk by Ben Pope, who is Head Gardener at a private estate in West Sussex with a wide experience of all aspects of gardening. The talk will give ideas to extend the enjoyment of the garden in winter.



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

Speaker Stephen Oakes, RSPB

What makes a great garden? – Annie Guilfoyle

Grayshott Village Hall Headley Road, Grayshott, United Kingdom

Grayshott Gardeners welcome Annie Guifoyle, an award-winning designer and an RHS Chelsea Flower Show Silver Medal winner. Doors open at 7:15pm for mulled wine and mince pies, and there will be a raffle. Free to members, £5 to visitors


Clematis through the Seasons

Lavant Memorial Hall Pook Lane, Lavant, United Kingdom

Everett Leeds, who is a founder member of the International Clematis Society and is Chairman of the British Clematis Society, will discuss the 800 species and cultivated varieties of this popular plant.


Kelvin Mason – Gardening for Climate Change

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

Kelvin Mason will give a talk suggesting ways to cope with the uncertainties of the weather produced by climate change.

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 – £12

HFHS Federation Day

Hampshire Rural Business Centre, Sparsholt College Sparsholt, Winchetser, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Designing Small Gardens

Lavant Memorial Hall Pook Lane, Lavant, United Kingdom

Annie Guilfoyle will give us inspiration for both small gardens and areas of larger gardens which lend themselves to more intimate planting. This talk will be preceded by the Spring Flower Competition