RHS Wisley is always a popular outing, not only because we have free entrance through our RHS affiliation, but also the fact that every time we go there is something new to see. This year our visit coincided with the RHS 'A Taste of Autumn Festival' which meant that some very hard decisions had to be made. How long to spend walking around the food stalls tasting their 'goodies', when to go into the glasshouses, when to walk around the wonderful gardens and when to shop for that plant you must have even if the garden is full. After all the free tastings from the stalls lunch could wait! As usual we had paid our tribute to the Rain God and in a week when there was rain everywhere we had none until walking to the coach to come home. A most enjoyable day, with many wishing that we could have stayed longer, endorsed by a member while walking back to the coach saying that 'that this is the best I have seen Wisley'!
Annual Lunch 2015: 70 and still flowering!
Bugs and Beasties: Paul Patton
Open garden: Carole & Ian Woodland
Hilary Newman: Vertical gardening: Climbing & Wall Shrubs
Bateman's: Conservation with the National Trust
Christmas Party 2014
Coffee Morning: November 2014
AGM 2014: Chairman's Report
Wisley in Autumn: October 2014