Bathurst Gardeners' Club Inc.

Bathurst Gardeners' Club Inc.

Bathurst Gardeners' Club Inc.

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Our last Winter Meeting.

Our August meeting was our last one indoors for a while.  John and Ruth Allen were the guest speakers sharing their extensive knowledge of Orchids.

August/September 2016 Newsletter

June/July 2016 newsletter

MAY MEETING

Our May meeting was held at the William Street garden of member Barb MacTaggart and her partner Norman Wise.  The weather was kind to us and the showers stayed away for the afternoon.  Barb has enjoyed using her horticultural and ecology skills to enhance the site with fresh ideas forming an eclectic garden boasting many rooms.   It was delightful to see the changes Barb and Norman have made since our last club visit.  Thank you Barb and Norman.

APRIL MEETING AT "TRANQUILLITY" AT LOCKSLEY

Our meeting on the 3rd of April was held in the garden of Lorraine and Ted Inwood.  They have lived at their beautiful haven for over 20 years.  The garden consists of beautiful conifers, deciduous trees, a formal garden and covered walkways.  All highlighted with Lorraine’s garden art.  Thanks Lorraine and Ted.  It was wonderful for the club to visit your lovely garden again.

APRIL/MAY 2016 NEWSLETTER

BARRANGAROO CRUISE WITH GRAHAM ROSS ON SYDNEY HARBOUR

14 members travelled to Sydney on Wednesday the 9th of February.   It was a stunning day and the two hour cruise was informative and extremely enjoyable.

MARCH MEETING

Our March meeting was held at Peter and Janelle Matus’ garden,  “Tara”, Rockley Road, Rockley.   Thank you to Peter and Janelle for sharing your lovely garden with the club.

Our first spring meeting on Sunday, September 3 will bloom into being at the home of Robyn Ward, 238 Rocket Street, Bathurst commencing at 2.00pm. Here we will enjoy Robyn’s creation of an old style traditional garden of spring surprises and colour. This garden surrounds and enhances a delightful federation home. Street parking is plentiful and entry to the garden will be by way of the driveway to the garden at the rear of the home.  Robyn’s garden boasts crab-apples, magnolias, a large variety of shrubs and perennials. Please bring a cup, a chair and a plate of food to share for afternoon tea. For enquires regarding the meeting, contact Kathy Annis-Brown on 0403 398 366.