What's on

See below for a full list of all upcoming talks, shows & other events…

Open garden

As featured in Garden News and East Anglian Daily Times
Waveney Brass Band, playing 3pm – 4pm. Plant Stall, Books, Cakes, Raffle. Admission £3.00 in aid of Suffolk Wildlife Trust and other charities.


A talk by Kristopher Harper, holder of the National collection of fuchsias introduced by James Lye
Kristopher has been involved in growing fuchsias for a number of years and in 2009 establishing a collection of fuchsias introduced by James Lye, a Victorian gardener from Wiltshire, which has since become the National Plant Collection .  He has also exhibited the collection at the Hampton Court Flower show. His grandfather had a fuchsia nursery in Wiltshire (since closed). More information about the National Plant collection can be found at harperanddebbage.co.uk

Wild flowers and orchids of the countryside.

A talk by Roger Hance, wildlife photographer and naturalist.
The wildflowers of our countryside are as beautiful as those in our gardens and we will be shown how lovely they are and their habitats and some of their lesser known qualities such as their healing powers.

Members table show

A show for members only, plants, flowers and vegetables according to the schedule. Judged by a professional judge.
Exhibitors will need to arrive 30 mins before the start of judging to stage the exhibits. Trophies are awarded to the winners. >> Download 2022 Show Schedule

Grand Summer Show

A two day show open to the public
All exhibits according to the schedule, Exhibits to be staged Friday 19th August 5.00pm – 7.30pm or  Saturday 20th August  7.00am – 10.15am. Judging starts Saturday 20th August at 10.30am. >> Download 2022 Show Schedule


A talk by Matt Tanton Brown of A PLace for Plants, East Bergholt
Always an interesting and amusing talk by Matt, with usually lots of desirable plants to see and buy.

Plants’ friends & foes.

A talk by Dr Ian Bedford, formally of The John Innes Centre
This will be a very informative talk from one of our local plant scientists.


Chairmans report, Review past events, election of committee, treasures report, Speaker
AGM’s can be boring but it is an opportunity to have your say. Your club needs you.
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