In absence of a Spring Show, we've done a virtual show instead. My heartfelt and most sincere gratitude to everyone who participated! The response has been absolutely outstanding!
We truly have some wonderful and talented gardeners and photographers at our show!
More pictures will be ...Read More
In the 17 years that I have been compiling the chairman’s reports, this is by far the strangest and saddest one to date. Our year started well (1st October onwards) with a talk on soft fruit by Mike Abel, followed by our AGM in November with a talk from ...Read More
We couldn't have a show IRL but we managed to get a number of lovely photos and exhibits. These are some more in addition to the ones we put on Facebook, to highlight how lovely everyone's exhibits wereRead More
Owing to the ongoing situation with the Covid 19 virus the club has reluctantly cancelled the 'Autumn Show'. The club would like photos of items that exhibitors would have put in the show to be added to the club face book to share with members and visitors.
If ...Read More
Owing to the ongoing situation with the Covid 19 virus the club has reluctantly cancelled the 'Autumn Show'.
It has been suggested that a virtual show takes place as an alternative by adding photographs of exhibitors best specimens to the club’s face book page to share with ...Read More
As the 'best kept garden' competition has been cancelled, owing to the Covid19 virus, the committee thought that with the extra time that has been available to spend in the garden, gardeners might like to share photographs of their favourite areas with members via the club Facebook page and ...Read More
Owing to the present situation with the Covid 19 virus the club has decided with regret, to cancel the 'best kept garden competition' also the 'Autumn Show'. It has been suggested that a virtual show takes place as an alternative, showing exhibitors best specimens by photographs on a specially designed ...Read More
Despite the Spring Show being cancelled, we have still managed to get some photos of some of the gardens.
A lot of good, hard work and effort was put into growing these flowers and we'd like to display them to club members.
David ... Read More
The Tiptree Garden Club Spring Show is Saturday 21st March, at Thurstable School opening at 2 p.m Admission £1.
Classes for photography, flowers, vegetables, cooking, handicraft, floral art and the children’s exhibits will all be on show.
The local junior schools are exhibiting again this year ...Read More
The garden club holds a 'best kept garden competition' every year, judged between 30th June and 17th July. If you were pleased with how your garden looked last year and plan more of the same this year, how about entering the club competition.
The criteria the judges ...Read More
This competition is for front or rear gardens or both. The criteria the judges are looking are listed in the current schedule which is available on the web site www.tiptreegardenclub.com or schedules can be obtained by phoning 01621 813040, 01621 817203.or 01621 818056
The competition is judged by 3 committee members, ...Read More
Best Kept Garden competition. This competition is for front or rear gardens or both. The criteria the judges are looking are listed in the current schedule which is available on the web site www.tiptreegardenclub.com or schedules can be obtained by phoning 01621 813040, 01621 817203 or 01621 818056. The competition is judged by 3 ...Read More
TIPTREE GARDEN CLUB is holding the Spring Show on Sat.21st March at Thurstable School opening at 2 p.m.Admission £1.Read More
There will be classes for flowers, vegetables, photography, cookery, handicrafts, floral art also classes for children to take part in.
The local junior schools compete in an inter-school ...
116 years since its inception, The Tiptree Garden Club is still going strong.
It has changed its name twice from the original name in 1903 of The Tiptree and District Horticultural Society, to The Tiptree Garden Club and Horticultural Society in 2000, to its present and more succinct name of ...Read More