Due to the ongoing situation with Coronavirus all planned events up to 30th June have been cancelled.
There will be no ‘Fuchsia Challenge’ class this year.
There will be no ‘Chilli Challenge’ or ‘Mystery Seed Challenge’ classes this year.
‘365 Days of Colour’
with Nick Bailey
Nick is a garden designer, author, columnist and presenter on BBC Two’s Gardeners’ World.
'365 Days of Colour in your Garden' with Nick Bailey
Thursday 25th November at 7:30pm
Nick Bailey is a garden designer, author and presenter on BBC Two’s Gardeners’ World. His second book, '365 Days of Colour in your Garden', forms the basis of his talk this evening. Nick will be suggesting plants for all soil types, conditions and locations to help us achieve a balanced and colourful display all year round.
Everyone welcome, tickets cost £10
The Cloisters, Barrington Road, Letchworth SG6 3TH map
For more information or to book a place, call our Meetings Organiser on 01462 621961 or email email@example.com
If you already have a ticket, it is still valid, so hang on to it.
‘100 Plants That Almost Changed the World’
with Chris Beardshaw
Chris is a garden designer, writer, lecturer and well-liked TV and radio broadcaster.
This has been rescheduled from September 2020.
‘Super Social Supper’
Thursday 17th January at 7:00 for 7:15pm
Join us for the third edition of our popular social evening.
We are offering chilli-con-carne followed by tiramisu, soft drinks and a fun garden themed quiz all for £6 a head. Places are still available, if you would like to come contact Myra on 01462 621961 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Central Methodist Church Hall, Pixmore Way, Letchworth SG6 3TR map
Welcome to LDGA
Letchworth District Gardeners Association (LDGA) was formed in 1906 to promote horticulture to the residents of Letchworth Garden City and the surrounding areas. Today, we have around 400 household members with a keen interest in gardening of all types either at home or on an allotment.
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Our 365 Days of Colour evening with Nick Bailey is now planned for 25th November 2021. If you already have a ticket, it is still valid, so hang on to it.
Our 100 Plants That Almost Changed the World evening with Chris Beardshaw planned for 17th September 2020 has been postponed until spring 2022. Ticket sales have been suspended for a while, but you have one please contact Myra, on 01462 621961 or email@example.com to arrange a refund.
Take a look at some of the things around at the moment.
What can we offer you?
- monthly evening talks on wide range of garden related topics
- summer outings and events
- monthly coffee mornings
- two produce shows per year
- quarterly Compost Heap newsletter
- best prices on all your gardening products at our members only Trading Store
- 10% discount off all items from the garden centre and tea room at Tapps
- ‘Mini Plot’ allotments for hire.
- All for only £6 per household per year.
New Outing Arranged
Saturday 4th September, a car share outing to see Dahlias growing on member Mark Pattenden’s Dahlia allotment in Hatfield.
Mark Pattenden's Dahlias
Saturday 4th September half day
A car share outing to see Dahlias growing on member Mark Pattenden's Dahlia allotment in Hatfield.
Mark exhibits at national shows and his poly tunnels should be full of Dahlia blooms at this time.
More details to follow
Visit our Trading Store page for all the latest news on supplies.
You may remember the Surplus Produce scheme from last year; organiser Jenny Ellis tells us how it went.
If you are interested in obtaining some willow rods, then you might like to email Dunton Community Garden, they have them on sale at £8 for 30 rods.
We are pleased to announce that on 18th February, Andrew Dear took over the Association’s reins from Maureen Hersee, Chairman of 18 years standing. He will take the role of Acting Chairman until we are able to hold an AGM when nominations for a permanent replacement can be tendered. We thank Maureen for all her hard work and dedication over the years and look forward to seeing her at LDGA events in the future. All other committee members continue in their positions.