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Maidstone Flower Club
Affiliated to the National Association of Flower Arranging Societies
14 November 2019 at 18:45 for 19:30
Ditton Community Centre, Kiln Barn Lane, Ditton, ME20 6AH
The Apple Tree
A flower arranging demonstration by Nick Grounds
Nick Grounds is a national demonstrator and horticultural auctioneer from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
The evening will include craft stalls, a raffle and refreshments
Admission: £10.00 visitors, £8.00 members
Phone: 01622 741207
KFHS Committee Meetings
Next meeting: 11 February 2020
Committee meetings are held at Detling Village Hall at 19:30.
Any matters Societies or members would like to bring to the Committee`s attention, please advise the Secretary not less than 14 days prior to any me
Societies’ 2020 Events
For details of Affiliated Societies’ Events, Shows, Talks and Visits, please refer to the Diary section of each Society’s web page for information
Details of Societies’ Shows and Plant Sales are repeated in the
Shows > Societies’ Shows & Plant Sales Calendar:
Societies’ Shows & Plant Sales Calendar – 2020
Sponsors’ 2020 Events
Many of our Sponsors hold Events, Courses and Workshops throughout the year.
There are a wide variety of subjects and interests, not all of which are horticulturally related.
For your convenience, links have been added to each of our Sponsor’ web pages that will direct your device to their Events or What’s On web pages
National Garden Scheme Year 2020
Shows & Exhibitions
Growing Events Various Shows Information
April to October 2022
Holland’s once-in-a-decade World’s Fair of horticulture – World Expo Floriade – Amsterdam – Almere 2022
The world’s largest horticultural expo with exhibitions from more than 30 countries
Almere Floriade will be a grid of gardens on a 45ha square shaped peninsula.
Each block will be devoted to different plants, a plant library organized alphabetically.
The blocks are each devoted to a wide variety of different programs, from pavilions to homes, offices and even a university which will beorganized as a stacked botanical garden, a vertical eco-system in which each class room will have a different climate to grow certain plants.
Visitors will be able to stay in a jasmine hotel, swim in a lily pond and dine in a rose garden. The city will offer homes in orchards, offices with planted interiors and bamboo parks.
The Expo and new city centre will be a place that produces food and energy, a green, urban district demonstrating how plants, indeed nature itself ,enriches every aspect of our daily lives.
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