The Radlett Horticultural Society was formed in 1903 and has continued to promote horticulture through events, publications, day trips, holidays, our Store and the sharing of knowledge
A great Spring Plant Sale in the open air
Saturday 7 May 2022
at the Vision Hall, Christchurch, Watling Street, Radlett
Thanks to all of you for your great help whether setting up, dismantling, pricing, cashiering, supervising or growing (plants that is). All assistance greatly appreciated. And of course all you who bought the plants.
We took £436 cash, £665.53 credit card, and £44.60 on the door. Take away the cost of the bedding plants and we made £870.13 profit! Not a bad days work and we got a few new members into the bargain. Another wonderful Radlett Village Event. Then we sold £77.00 worth outside The Store the following day. Thanks too goes to the guides - for the cakes and teas and the books for sale stall.
DON'T MISS OUR NEXT TALK ON MAY 18
At Vision Hall, Christ Church - 8.00pm
Are you thinking of going organic this year?
You will find this website helpful - click on link below
Dealing with the garden pests
This website offers ways to cope without using pesticides.
I hope you find this useful - click on link below
Interesting article from The Guardian urging gardeners not to use peat based compost
Joining the Society
The Society welcomes new members who can join by contacting the Membership Secretary. email@example.com
Or download an application form here.
£2.00 per year for a family membership for those living in Aldenham parish. (£3.50 for postal members from elsewhere). This is normally paid for a three year period - currently £6.00 to the end of September 2022.
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Because of the current Coronavirus pandemic we have needed & may continue to make changes to our programme and facilities at short notice. This has already included cancellation of some events & closure of The Store, and depending on the length of the social distancing requirements, we may need to do more.
With close to 600 household memberships and our low membership subscription rate, we cannot afford to do mailings by post, so without an email address we cannot keep you updated.
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Above: Members enjoyed a great visit to Burston Garden Centre on March 12, 2020. A very informative visit as we went behind the scenes to see their production processes. And their scones were knock-out too. www.burston.co.uk