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Somerset Federation of Gardening Clubs
Building the Chairman’s Pond

Club Photos

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A few photos of the Chairman’s garden. June 2020
France King Rose Ash & Knowstone Gardening Club
Autumn Passion Flower
Salvia Long Tall Pink
Cotoneaster Feast awaits Winter Thrushes
Evening Sun in the Garden
The Last Rose of Summer
A Late Flowering Salvia - Salvia Bullata
Mottled Beauty Moth on Silver Birch
Spring Flowers - Kingsbury Episcopi Garden & Countryside Cluib (Janette Wighton)
Joan & Philip (Foxdown)
Spring Bulbs - John Dunster
Liz & David Talling - Holford Gardeners Group
Neil & Carol Garnett Tintinhull Gardening Club
Pip Harwood’s Garden
Marian Saunders South West Orchid Society
© Somerset Federation of Gardening Clubs
A few photos of the Chairman’s garden. June 2020
Somerset Federation of Gardening Clubs

Club Photos

To have your photos shown here please send them as an attachment to an email to: webmaster@sfgc.org.uk To enlarge a photo just click on the photo.
Building The Chairman’s Pond
Frances King - Rose Ash & Knowstone Gardening Club
Pip Harwood’s Garden
Autumn Passion Flower
Salvia Long Tail Pink
Cotoneaster Feast awaits Winter Thrushes
Evening Sun in the Garden
The Last Rose of Summer
A late flowering Salvia - Salvia Bullata
Mottled Beauty Moth on Silver Birch
Spring Flowers - Kingsbury Episcopi Garden & Countryside Club (Janette Wighton)
Joan & Philip (Foxdown)
Spring Bulbs -  John Dunster 
Liz & David Talling - Holford Gardeners Group
Neil & Carol Garnett - Tintinhull Gardening Club
Marian Saunders - South West Orchid Society
Photos from Committee Members of Holford Gardeners Group
he main garden at
The Main Garden of Mike & Gae Richardson
A Froth of Oxeye Daisies at the Wild End
Wildflower Meadow on the cliff near Kilve
Close up Flowers in Amanda’s Garden
A Cardoon with Verbena in front and Self Sown mass of Foxgloves
No mo w May (& June) in Rachel’s Lawn has allowed wild flowersa to grow
Early anemones under the copper beech tree
Glory vine