Whether you are interested in visiting exquisite gardens in the South East, or fancy exploring some of the most beautiful gardens in Hampstead Garden Suburb, exhibiting flowers or vegetables in our regular shows, gleaning gardening advice from local gardeners, or attending our lectures, workshops and plant sales, membership has much to offer:
FREE quarterly newsletter full of practical advice, tips on gardening in Hampstead Garden Suburb and event news
FREE annual handbook detailing all show classes, competition entry guide, events diary for the year etc
Privileged entry and reduced price tickets to lectures and workshops
Planting and design advice from people who not only have green fingers and a keen eye but have an appreciation for Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust design guidelines (this can impact proposals for sheds, greenhouses, hedging, trees etc).
Access to seeds in the Big Seed Swap, as well as regular bulb and plant sales and community manure drop-offs organised at the beginning and end of growing season
Special events - reduced price tickets to other events (quiz evenings, Summer parties etc.)
Membership runs from January to January, and costs £7 for individual members, or £10 for household membership. To join, simply ask the Membership Secretary (020 8444 2329; email@example.com) for an application form and return it with a cheque payable to HGS Horticultural Society to:
HGS Horticultural Society
79 Church Lane
London N2 0TH
Or you can join/renew your membership now using almost any credit or debit card with payment collected securely by PayPal or BACS. Just complete and submit your details below:
David will issue a membership card and send you a copy of the Handbook and the latest Newsletter. It is also possible to join at any of our events.
We look forward to welcoming you at our next event!
* Garden Buddy Scheme - As part of the Society's Centenary Year celebrations in 2009, we initiated a 'Garden Buddy' Scheme (pdf). The Buddy (an experienced gardening member) visits those who want to discuss the plans or problems for their garden and develop a plan of action. This might include preparation of beds, choosing suitable plants, guidance on general maintenance, etc. It cannot include carrying out actual work on the garden. Our aim was to celebrate our Society's Centenary as a community of gardeners, able to learn from one another, grow in expertise and enjoy our gardens. To find a Buddy (or become a Buddy), please contact Sonia Mathias 87 Willifield Way, London NW11 6YH (firstname.lastname@example.org). You must be a member of the Society to benefit from this scheme.