What gardening clubs or societies are there near me in Cornwall?
Many Cornish towns or villages have their own gardening clubs. Meeting every few weeks, sometimes with guest speakers or the chance to go out as a group to visit locations throughout the county or further afield.
There are also societies specialising in particular plants.
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|Lewannick Garden Club||Lewannick Village Hall||Meetings usually on the first Wednesday of the month at the village hall. In the summer there are visits to gardens and nurseries. All welcome.||Link|
|Menheniot Garden Club||Meneniot Parish Hall,||Meeting every Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm. Speakers, visits in the summer months and social events.||Link|
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|Cornwall Hardy Plant Society||Ladock Village Hall, TR2 4HN||A friendly group of about 100 down-to-earth gardeners, who meet on the first Wednesday of each month.
Guests welcome. October – March meeting are indoor from 7pm, with speakers from near and far. During other months, visits take place elsewhere. See their site for more details, a list of upcoming events.
|Cornwall Garden Society||Various||Organising occasional lectures in various locations throughout the county. Plus a large choice of organised trips to places out of county. Non-members welcome to talks. The Society organises the CGS Spring Flower Show at Boconnoc each year.||Link|
|Cornwall Gardens Trust||Various||Aims to encourage appropriate garden restoration and conservation, the creation of new gardens, and the encouragement of primary and secondary schools and young people to participate in the care and enjoyment of designed landscapes. There is also an annual programme of garden visits, regular Newsletters, and an annual Journal to enjoy.||Link|
|Cornwall Branch of the British Cactus & Succulent Society||Redruth School,
6th Form Common Room,
|Meets on the first Friday of the month. 7.15 for a 7.30pm start. Hold a varied programme of meetings, talks, social events and visits to members’ collections.||Link|