We are an active group with about 120 members. We organise a programme of winter meetings and summer outings for members. We have our own Botanic Garden within Wollaton Park, Nottingham. 
In March 2015, we celebrated our Ruby Anniversary.

Group membership is open to all members of the national Hardy Plant Society for an additional £5.00 per year. 

Hosta lancifolia
Hosta lancifolia 22nd July 2016 Botanic Garden, Wollaton

In March 2015, we celebrated our Ruby Anniversary.

What's New

  • "The Urban Worm" a talk about wormeries Tuesday 14th February, 7.30pm is Anna de la Vega with a talk entitled  "The Urban Worm" hosted by the Nottingham Organic Gardeners.     Venue:  The POLISH CLUB  2 SHERWOOD RISE ...
    Posted 9 Feb 2017, 02:02 by Barbara Riley
  • Bromley House Library Talk - advance notice "Historic Gardens of Nottinghamshire – Revisited" Philip Jones -Saturday 2nd December 2017 10.30 am -In this talk, local and garden historian Philip Jones will revisit some of Nottinghamshire’s historic ...
    Posted 2 Feb 2017, 01:35 by Erica Thomson
  • Transition Loughborough - 2017 Seed Swap! This is being held in Loughborough Public Library from 10am to noon on Saturday 4th February 2017 and its free! Come along with any old, out of date, partially used ...
    Posted 30 Jan 2017, 14:51 by Erica Thomson
  • Knowledge is Power: using research to conserve historic parks and gardens County Gardens Trust has organised a one-day course on 28th February at Hodsock Priory for anyone interested in historic gardens and parks research and conservation.  The day includes lunch ...
    Posted 28 Jan 2017, 01:34 by Barbara Riley
  • ‘All About Potatoes’ A talk by Steve Sansom, Fearon Hall, Loughborough Sat 22nd Oct Info from Transition Loughborough - Talk entitled ‘All About Potatoes’ to be given by Chesterfield's Steve Sansom, which will take place at Fearon Hall on Saturday 22nd October from 10am ...
    Posted 5 Oct 2016, 02:22 by Erica Thomson
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