KEEP in touch with North East gardening and floral events through this column every Saturday.
Today Stocksfield Plants and Gardens Society, annual plant sale, Community Centre (SICA), Mountview Terrace, 10.30am.
National Gardens Scheme, garden open at Oliver Ford Garden, Longedge Lane, Rowley, 1-5pm.
Tomorrow National Collections of Polemonium, Collonia, Gilia and Leptodactylon (93 species and varieties) open in aid of the National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens, 28 Sunnyside Terrace, Trimdon Grange, Trimdon Station, 2-5pm.
National Gardens Scheme, garden open at Lilburn Tower, Alnwick, 2-6pm.
Tuesday, May 26 St Nicholas Flower Fellowship, talk, The Silk Story, by Dorothy Calder, Newcastle Cathedral, 10am.
North East of England Orchid Society, talk, by Dick Warren, Community Centre, Bowburn, 7.15pm.
Wednesday, May 27 Morpeth Flower Club, demonstration, Flamboyant Flowers, by Irene Parker, St James's Community Centre, Wellway, 7.30pm.
Thursday, May 28 North Tyne Flower Club, workshop, with Joy Taylor, Village Hall, Falstone, 1.30pm.
Cheviot Valleys Flower Club, demonstration, Floreat Flora, by Elizabeth Coyle, Breamish Hall, Powburn, 7.30pm.
Morpeth and District Gardening Club, plant sale, AGM and supper, St James's Community Centre, Wellway, 7.30pm.
Saturday, May 30 Prudhoe Community Allotment, plant sale, St Mary Magdalene Church Hall, Front Street, 10am-noon.
Sunday, May 31 National Gardens Scheme, garden open at Thornley House, Allendale, 2-5pm.
Snods Edge (Shotley Bridge) Gardening Club, annual plant sale and teas, St John's Hall, 1.30-5.30pm.
Monday, June 1 Rosecarpe Horticultural Society, talk, Begonias and Tender Perennials, by Michael Robbie, Civic Centre, Gateshead, 7-9pm.
Tynemouth Flower Club, open demonstration, by Irene Parker, Holy Saviour's Parish Hall, Manor Road, 7pm.
Woodlands Park (North Gosforth) Floral Art Club, demonstration, A Moment in Time, by Joy Taylor, and plant stall, Daverson Hall, Elmwood Avenue, 7.45pm.
Tuesday, June 2 Alnwick and District Flower Club, demonstration, Elements, by Karl Brunton, Convent Hall, Bailiffgate, 7pm..
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|Publication:||The Journal (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||May 23, 2009|
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