Useful gardening links

WAVENEY GARDENING CLUB

Useful stuff

Green plant swap: discover and share what grows in your garden. A free social site for gardeners.

The Daffodil Society: All about daffodils

The Urban Jungle, on the outskirts of Norwich and now near Beccles too, for acers, bamboo, hardy trees, palms, perennials, cannas, climbers and more.

Where can we go -Britain’s “What’s On” events guide

Woottens of Wenhaston -the nursery has one of the largest collections of herbaceous hardy perennials in East Anglia


Places to visit

Abbey Gardens. Bury St Edmunds.

Anglesey Abbey. Near Cambridge

Beth Chatto Woodland Garden. Near Colchester.

Botanic Gardens. Cambridge.

Bradenham Hall. Between Swaffham and Dereham.

Carlton Marshes. Take a walk on the wild side -see the wonders of native flora on our doorstep.

Chippenham Park. Near Newmarket.

Coton Manor. Near Northampton.

Desert World Gardens. In Santon Downham, Norfolk.

East Ruston Old Vicarage. East Ruston.

Elton Hall. near Peterborough.

Gooderstone Water Gardens. Near Swaffham.

Haughley Park. Near Bury St Edmunds.

Henstead Exotic Garden. In Henstead.

Helmingham Hall Gardens. Near Ipswich.

Houghton Hall. Near Kings Lynn.

Kew Gardens. Central London.

Peckover House. Near Wisbech.

Pensthorpe Natural Park One mile outside of Fakenham.

Plantation Garden. Norwich.

RHS Hyde Hall. Near Chelmsford.

Sheringham Park between Bodham and Sheringham on the North Norfolk Coast

Somerleyton Hall. Somerleyton.

Stody Lodge. Near Holt.

The Manor. Hemmingford Grey.

Gardening links
Gardening Club in Lowestoft

News & Updates

Please check here regularly for any important club news and special updates.

Allotment Sharing

One of our members has 2 large allotments at St Margaret Road site in Lowestoft which he shared with his late mother and her partner. He has tried to keep them going but is finding it difficult on his own. He finds gardening very therapeutic and having suffered from cancer himself he wondered if other members who have had similar experiences could join him on his allotments where they could share experiences and socialise together. Without a team to help him he will have to give up the allotments but feels it would be beneficial to all concerned to work together. For more information please complete the contact form.

Changes to membership fees

It has been agreed by both the members and the committee that the membership fee will increase to £10 per annum, In order to get good speakers we need to increase our income, speakers costs have also increased as have their travelling costs. The entrance fee will remain at £1.00 with first time guest free of charge.

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