Wednesday, 4th March 2020
Making and Renewing Llwyngarreg - Paul O’Neill
Paul and Liz started Llwyngarreg Garden 20 years ago. Their garden is extremely varied and full of unusual plants and the display in the 'Long Border' is breathtaking. Paul will talk about the history of the garden and share their experiences of renovating borders and renewing tired areas of the garden.
Wednesday, 1st April 2020
Garden Machinery & Tools - Teifi Valley Garden Machinery
Dave and Bob from our local company, Teifi Valley Garden Machinery who have been longstanding supporters of the Club, will be joining us to talk about how to get the best from your garden tools and machinery, their uses and how to maintain them and prolong their life.
Wednesday, 6th May 2020
Herbs - Andrew Cook, Rhoshill Garden Plants
Andrew will give a talk on herbs and how to grow and use them for culinary and medicinal purposes. A selection of herbs will be made available to smell and taste during the talk. There will also be a selection of peat-free grown and naturally maintained herbs on sale.
Wednesday, 3rd June 2020
Flowers – tips on presenting your Flowers and Plants for the Show - Lisa Cockroft
Lisa has been the Flower Judge at our Annual Show for the past few years and we are delighted that she has agreed to join us to share her tips on how to grow and present your flowers and plants to their very best.
Wednesday, 1st July 2020
Evening with Cheese and Wine and - Vines and Wines - Wayne Campbell
Wayne and Sally planted their vineyard at Pant y Ffynnon, Cwmpengraig in 2015. Wayne will take us through all the processes from growing to harvesting and making the wine. He will include some advice to members who make and show wines.
Wednesday, 5th August 2020
Seeds: Saving, Storing and Using - Andrea Sanders, Lampeter Seed Library
Andrea will talk to us about how to save, store and use vegetable, fruit, herb, grains and edible flower seeds. One of the main principles of the seed library is to encourage more people to save seeds and grow their own food.
Wednesday, 2nd September 2020
Getting the Best from House Plants - Mair Howe
Mair (Mia) is a long-standing member of the Club and she will be sharing her extensive knowledge of how to look after your house plants: what to do ... and what not to do!
Wednesday, 7th October 2020
Open evening - The Gardens at Winchester Cathedral - Emma Sharpe
Emma, a Gardening Club member and former Head Gardener at Winchester Cathedral, will be joining us to share an illustrated talk on what goes into maintaining the gardens and grounds surrounding the historic Cathedral.
Wednesday, 4th November 2020
Pruning - Joseph Atkin, Head Gardener Aberglasney
Joseph is a regular speaker at the Club and we are delighted that he will join us again this year to share his wisdom in the art of pruning. There will be plenty of opportunity to test his knowledge with your most challenging questions.
Wednesday, 25th November 2020
Christmas Buffet and Willow Weaving Demonstration - Justine Burgess, West Wales Willows
Justine will talk to us about growing, cutting and preparing willow ready for weaving and will give a practical demonstration.
Wednesday, 8th January 2020
The History and Medicinal Properties of Monarda - Carole Whittaker, Glyn Bach Gardens
Glyn Bach Gardens holds the National Collection of Monarda, a beautiful late summer perennial with a fascinating history and great medicinal properties. Carole will be telling us more about this remarkable plant
Wednesday, 5th February 2020
Annual General Meeting and Cake Tasting Competition
A chance to showcase your favourite cake recipe. The winning cake will feature as the Set Recipe in the Show Schedule for the Annual Horticultural and Craft Show..