All events will be subject to the restrictions and guidance in place at the time. Updates will be sent by email of any changes.

If you are intending to attend any of these events please let us know in case any changes are needed at the last minute.

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The dates for the Malvern Autumn Show 2021 are confirmed as September 24 th, 25th and 26th ; we had intended to mount a Society display however normally the Show is two days not three. Three days will make mounting the display and manning the stand very difficult. The Three Counties Showground are still not able to give details of how the Show will be run. We have heard that there may not be marquees this year. This makes it possible that we will not be able participate this year.

October 6th (Wednesday) 2021: Visit to Birmingham Botanic Gardens, Westbourne Road, Birmingham B15 3TR and Cotswold Garden Flowers, Badsey WR11 7EZ. In the morning we will visit the nerines at BBG—they took some of Steve Eyre’s bulbs and are building up a collection. Lunch is available at the tearooms at BBG. In the afternoon we will visit Ed Brown’s nerines at CGF. More details to follow in the May and September editions of Amaryllids.

October 16th (Saturday) 2021:  Exbury: visit to the Five Arrows Gallery and the glasshouses

October 17th (Sunday): Isle of Wight: visit to Ken Hall’s National Collection, Springbank, Newchurch, Sandown PO36 0JX


October 9th (Saturday) –  October 23rd (Saturday) 2021 inclusive: Plant Heritage Guernsey Nerine Festival, Guernsey Gardens, If you are interested contact Andrew Lanoe  for more details   External link opens in new tab or windowalanoe@cwgsy.net


AGM 2021


 Saturday 30th October at Holton Village Hall,  OX33 1PR

October 30th (Saturday) 2021: Annual General Meeting, Holton Village Hall, OX33 1PR Our main speaker is Nick Wray, the curator of the University of Bristol Botanical Garden. Nick will speak on the Flora of the Western Cape with a focus on Amaryllids.



Caroline  was  working in the Five Arrows Gallery in 2017  producing wonderfully delicate and meticulously rendered water colour paintings.


For information about her work, Caroline can be contacted by email: caroline.rackham@googlemail.com