Societies & Associations

Salisbury Allotments Association

The Salisbury Allotments Association is the perfect organisation for allotments holders and gardeners from novice to the most experienced. Holding monthly talks during the early spring and winter months covering a range of subjects.

A Trading Hut where you can purchase at competitive prices compost, fertilisers, manure, seed potatoes, onions, shallots, garlic, packet seeds, netting, fleece, canes (3ft to 8ft) and many other garden sundries. The Trading Hut is situated at Fisherton Recreation Ground off Coldharbour Lane, Salisbury. It is open Saturdays and Sundays between spring and autumn. Ample free parking.

An Annual Summer Horticultural Show held in August covering vegetables, fruit, flowers, cookery, handicrafts, flower arranging, wines and cordials, art and a children’s section is open to non-members as well as members. It’s a fun day so whether you are exhibiting or just coming along to sample the atmosphere and see the exhibits you are guaranteed a very warm welcome.

Outings for members and non-members are organised during the year which include visiting Flower Shows, Stately Homes and Gardens also RHS Gardens. These are all very competitively priced.

A quarterly newsletter is produced with information about the activities of the Association and gardening snippets.

07826 490390
membership@salisburyallotments.co.uk
Gardeners’ Royal Benevolent Society

Gardeners’ Royal Benevolent Society is the UK’s only charity dedicated to helping people who work in horticulture when times get tough. A charitable organisation helping disabled or retired gardeners for over 160 years. We provide free and confidential advice, support and financial assistance to people of all ages working in, or retired from horticulture.

0800 093 8510
info@perennial.org.uk
KT22 7SU
Perennial, 115-117 Kingston Road, Leatherhead. Surrey
Dublin Garden Group

Ireland is blessed with a mild and temperate climate, making it a plantsman’s joy and allowing gardeners to grow a wide variety of plants and shrubs from all over the world, to exist side by side. It is the envy of their colleagues from many countries. The Dublin Garden Group (DGG) consists of Ireland’s most distinguished private gardens in the greater Dublin area – some of them world famous and others secret gems, whose discovery has been the highlight of many a Garden Tour.

The owners of these private gardens, most of which are not open to the public, would like to welcome groups to share their enthusiasm for and knowledge of their plants and designs, at the time to see them at their best.

353 (0)1295 7313
dublingardengroup@gmail.com
Lambs Cross Garden, 3 Hillcrest Downs, Lambs Cross, Sandyford, Dublin.
British Fuchsia Society

Formed in 1938 with the object of furthering interest in cultivation of the Fuchsia.

BS20 7HU
admin@thebfs.org.uk
BS20 7HU
The British Fuchsia Society 36 Beach Road West , Portishead
Bristol.