Gardening

Subject Information:

Mainly monthly but dates are flexiible due to dates when gardens are open. Calendar includes visiting gardens in the NGS Yellow book, local nursery visits and plant swopping.

Gardening for Wildlife

Meetings will be held on the third Tuesday in the month from February to November.

The aim of the group is to support, encourage and motivate our members to create or improve their wildlife gardens. Meetings usually include a talk on an aspect of wildlife or gardening, with other general ideas, observations, plant/seed swaps, thrown in. We have the occasional workshop to make an animal home etc and we like to have at least one outing a year to enjoy the countryside & identify wild flowers and insects.

If you are interested in joining this group please email groups.u3aton@gmail.com

Garden Safari July 2017

The gardening group had a wonderful afternoon visiting six of the members’ gardens in Tonbridge. There was Bucks Fizz at the start, many offers of plants and cuttings and ideas for new gardens. A delicious cream tea at the end. What better way to spend a few hours in sunny July.

TU3A Garden Safari 2017

Gardening

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