Tarvin Gardening Society Offers Inspiration

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Want to get going with your garden? — needing inspiration? This talk will be just the thing!
Come to Tarvin Community Centre on Tuesday April 21st 2015 at 8.00pm

'Scented Flowers' by Anne Harrison.

Some fresh ideas for your garden will be supplied by Anne Harrison, who is a well-known lecturer from Reaseheath College near Nantwich. Plants (and especially flowers) are often grown for their appearance but it is quite possible to have a garden packed with plants which are both attractive and smell gorgeous. Using both slides and fresh plant samples, Anne, a real enthusiast, will show us how this can be achieved.

Membership of the Society costs very little — just £5 per year. Members then pay just £1 each time they attend a meeting. Non-members are always welcome at our meetings and pay £2 each time. A hot drink and biscuit will be served afterwards.

Come along and see what you really can do with your own garden!

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