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Llandysul Gardening Weekend 2018
Friday 16 February 2018, 10:00 - 17:00
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Friday 16th, Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th February, 2018
10am-5pm at Tysul Hall, Llandysul, SA44 4QJ.

Llandysul Gardening Weekend



Llandysul Gardening Weekend flowersSTAGE DISPLAY


Farmyard Nurseries, Llandysul's RHS gold medal winner, will once again transform the stage into a wonderful display to inspire you for the coming year.




A wide array of garden-related stands including primulas, hellebores, herbaceous plants, shrubs, daffodils and other winter bulbs. On the edible front, potatoes and herbs will be available for a head start on your veggie gardening. Garden related gifts, and paintings, garden furniture including bird boxes and bird tables. Garden/plant societies, days out to local gardens and many more.



Friday 16th

10.40am: Richard Bramley: ‘Hellebores - an addiction’.  An informative and humerous guide to these winter wonders.

1.00pm: Brinley Watkins: ‘Growing vegetables with a slight twist’ Growing in raised beds, containers and others alternatives.

3.15pm: Roddy Milne: Ornamental Grasses’. Colour in the garden throughout the season.

Saturday 17th

10.40am: Will Ritchie: ‘The role of Botanic Gardens’.  .A discussion about the collective work and aims of botanic gardens worldwide.

1.00pm: Gareth Davies : ‘Growing in containers’ how to create summer colour. What composts, different styles and pots and more, in his unique, informative style.

3.15pm: Richard Bramley: ‘Hellebores’ A humorous look at the origin and progression of hellebore breeding at the nursery as well as growing tips and an insight into future developments.  

Sunday 18th

10.40am: Joseph Atkin: ‘The woody plant collection at Aberglasney’.  How shrubs and trees are used in the garden, extending the season and mixing them with cottage garden plants.

1.00pm: Malcolm Berry:  ‘Growing vegetables naturally’.  To include polyculture, working with the Moon, sacrificial plants (scary) and seed saving.

 3.15pm: Becky Hill, Cilshafe Garden Design.  ‘Herbs for the kitchen’. A hands on talk on using herbs to create culinary masterpieces.

Location Neuadd Tysul Hall


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