Colinton Garden Club was established 25 years ago to enable members to share their love of gardening and gardens and to work together in preserving and adding value to our quality of life.
We meet once a month, from September to April, usually on the fourth Monday, at 8.00pm in Dreghorn Loan Hall. The evening consists of an update on club activities by our Chairperson followed by a talk by an expert. Afterwards, members can ask questions of the speaker, formally, or informally during coffee time.
A cup of tea or coffee enables members to engage in relaxed discussion and exchange ideas in a friendly atmosphere.
Members’ Open Gardens - a social morning (including coffee and plant sale) visiting parts of Colinton you may not usually reach, Outings, and the fabulous Christmas Party ... come along!
Our established and much valued implement loan scheme (including a heavy duty scarifier to get out that famous Pentland moss from your lawn), will prepare the way for our discounted fertiliser service delivered to your door. We also offer discounted goods and services. Library books on loan at monthly meetings, gardening videos, personal advice.... all these repay your modest annual subscription many times over. Why hesitate?
The annual subscription to the Colinton Garden Club is currently £8 per garden, due at the beginning of each session. If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact us or complete the membership form.
Monday 27 February 2017
Wild, wet and woodland gardening
by David Rankin, Kevock Plants
Monday 27 March 2017
Saughton – the restoration of an historic park
by Peter McDougall, Project Development Officer
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