The Hut is Open for Sunday trading between 10.00 and 12.00.

We will be also opening on a week-day evening in the Spring; These dates will be Wednesday March 16th to Wednesday April 27th inclusive, 6pm – 7pm.

Coming Events
Click here to See the list of Outings for 2016

Please see our forth comming events

The next outing will be to The Savill Garden on the 25th May 2016.

Since its creation in the 1930s, The Savill Garden has been an inspiration for all. This natural haven of beautifully designed gardens and woodland can be enjoyed by everyone, from dedicated horticulturalists to those who just want to spend a relaxing day out. The 35 acres of interconnected gardens include the Hidden Gardens, Spring Wood, the Summer Gardens, the New Zealand Garden, Summer Wood, The Glades, Autumn Wood and the Winter Beds.
Highlights include:- The award winning rhododendrons in the gardens. Or go to the Gallery Café at The Savill Garden to sample luxurious varieties of teas from across Asia. Or just enjoy the view across the vibrant acers, ornamental cherries and Royal ferns from the Casson Bridge.
NOTE THE JUNE OUTING WILL BE TO BLENHEIM PALACE FLOWER SHOW ON FRIDAY 17 JUNE 2016. BOTH THE ABOVE TRIPS ARE £22 FOR MEMBERS AND £24 FOR NON-MEMBERS. PLEASE USE THE BOOKING FORM ON THE NEXT PAGE TO BOOK EITHER TRIP.
Outings Booking Form(PDF)

Rickmansworth Horticultural Society is celebrating it’s 80th year in 2016

Bob Flowerdew will be giving a talk on 11th June 2016 at the Hall at the Girls Royal Masonic School Rickmansworth
Tickets £12.50
Details from Heather Pinder 01923 776502

Email Address heather.pinder2@btinternet.com
Her address is
25 Berry Way
Rickmansworth
WD3 7EU
Please send a SAE when you have been in contact with her to order your tickets

Results of the Spring Show

SPRING SHOW SCHEDULE Wednesday 20th April 2016
Class 1- 6 Jam Tarts
Class 2 – Any Flowering Bulb, one type only 3 stems
Class 3 – Any Garden Flower (NOT bulbs) 3 to 6 stems (1 type only)
Class 4 – Shrub/Tree 3 stems of different varieties
Class 5 – Polyanthus/Auriculas any type 6 stems
Class 6 – Pot Plant Foliage (max 6″ diameter)
Class 7- Pot Plant Flowering (max 6″ diameter)
Class 8 – Spring Flower Arrangement not to exceed 9″ overall
Class 9 – 3 Sticks of Rhubarb may be forced
Class 10 – Any Winter Vegetable

Winner Davis Cup…Connie May………………………………..

Class    No of enteries      First -3 points     Second – 2 points         Third -1 point
Class 1        0
Class 2      10               Joan Brewell               Joan Wikinson              Ron James
Class 3        5               Connie May                 Ron James                     Jeanie Gooch
Class 4        8               Ron James                  Connie May                    Barbara Gordon
Class 5        5                Eunice Doubtfire      Cliff Thayer                     Hazel Hewlett
Class 6        2               Janet Thomas             Connie May
Class 7         3               Paul Kemp                  Ron James                      Connie May
Class 8         3               Connie May                Janet Thomas                 Ron James
Class 9         5               Laura Fordrey            Sue Mills                          Eunice Doubtfire
Class 10       2               Laura Fordrey            Sue Mills

Click here to See the list of next years Meetings
Chalfont St Peter Garden Club was formed in 1940

As part of the “dig for victory” campaign. It currently comprises about 600 members, mainly in the Chalfonts, and Gerrards Cross area. The club is affiliated to the Royal Horticultural Society and the Bucks Association of Horticultural Society.

Our members all have an interest in gardening at some level, but do not all regard themselves as experts by any means. The membership does include people with a great deal of experience in gardening, in allotment holding, in floral art and in the domestic skills usually included in horticultural shows. However a large number of us are “garden potterers”.

The club is entirely run by volunteers. We have a Garden Club Hut, which is open Sunday mornings.

This is not only a source of attractively priced garden materials for the members to purchase, but is also used to discuss gardening problems and pass on tips and information. There are monthly meetings, in St Peter Church Hall, which provides a series of expert speakers on gardening topics and is also an opportunity to meet people with similar interests.

Come and meet us.

We also have monthly meetings, where we bring in specialists to talk about gardening and related local subjects. Click on this link to access about meeting page.