EHA organises 3 flower and produce shows a year and visitors to the shows can see the displays of flowers, pot plants, fruit, vegetables, cookery, craft and design, photography and wonderful floral art creations.
Details of the classes are given in our Handbook for 2018/2019. Click here to view the handbook in PDF format.
There are refreshments with home made cakes available and stalls selling plants/bulbs, gardening sundries, floral art accessories, greetings cards, a raffle, and competitions that children can enter.
|Spring Show||30th March||4th April|
|Summer Show||29th June||27th June|
|Autumn Show||21st September||19th September|
Talks are planned for the following dates:
|Tues 12th March||After the AGM, which starts at 7:30, Ian Clemens - “Land of the Giant Vegetables”|
|Tuesday 9th April||Richard Bywaters – "The RNLI and our work on the River Thames"|
|Tues 7th May||To be announced|
|Tues 10th September||
To be announced.
|Tues 8th October||To be announced|
|Tues 12th November||To be announced|
All talks are held at Bourne Hall, Ewell, Surrey KT17 1UF at 8.00pm
Entrance fee - members £3.00 / visitors £4.00 including tea/coffee and biscuits and a raffle.
If you have ideas for subjects for the talks, please let us know at Talks@ewellhortassn.co.uk
Please note that all trips are for members only. See the home page for how to join.
For further details of the trips contact email@example.com
For those of you booked on this trip, please note that we have had to change some of the gardens and the cost of these will now be £45 for everyone (includes a sandwich lunch on Friday). RHS Rosemoor is free for everyone as EHA is affiliated to the RHS. The balance of this trip is due by 31st March.
Friday 10th May
Whole day visit to Kew Gardens. These famous botanical gardens need no introduction; there is so much to see here, including the newly opened temperate glasshouse. Choice of restaurants for lunch. You may book the hop-on hop-off land train for £4 extra.
Thursday 4th July
Morning: Charleston House, Lewes, East Sussex. Famous for its Bloomsbury Group connections, Charleston has a lovely walled garden and we will also have a tour of the house with its unique decoration.
Afternoon: King John’s Lodge Garden and Nursery, Etchingham, East Sussex. An 8 acre garden which includes a wild garden, meadows, apple orchard, wildlife pond and much more. Also has an adjoining nursery.
Wednesday 28th August
Morning: Goddards Green, Cranbrook, Kent. 5 acre garden, surrounding beautiful old clothier’s hall (not open), laid out in 1920s and redesigned to combine traditional and modern planting schemes including water garden, fern garden, mixed borders, flowering shrubs and exotics.
Afternoon: Orchard House, Spenny Lane, Marden, Kent. A garden created within the last 2 yrs. Gravel garden with potted tender perennials, cottage garden, herbaceous borders and potager, with a small nursery attached. (Refreshments included at both gardens).