Next NLOG MEETING Nov 2nd.

Dear All,
Several things for your attention!
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1. Our next meeting. 2. Seed swap in Wolves Lane https://wolveslane.wordpress.com/2017/10/19/exchange-your-seeds-at-wolves-lane-seed-fest/ this Sunday
Hope to see you all with your brains in motion for our next meeting with Jane of Capel Manor fame.
Don’t forget the raffle.
Don’t forget to become a member if you are coming to our Xmas party…………….. a few have forgotten to renew and others may like to join – its very cheap ………… and look what you get!
We’d also like suggestions for gardens to visit next summer on our annual outing…….
Best wishes,

Music in the Conservatory on Sunday 10th September from 2.30-4.30 pm

Hi folks,
Please find attached details of our next event.
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Marc Harris will be singing and playing his guitar in the conservatory.  Please note that you are free to browse in the conservatory whilst he is playing but there will be some seating if you want to rest a while and listen.
This takes place next Sunday –  Sunday 10th September from 2.30-4.30 pm.
Geraldine Anwar
Secretary of the Conservatory Group
Friends of Broomfield Park

North London Organic Gardeners September Meeting

We are very lucky to have the services of a local resident who is the Head of Horticulture at our national organisation called Garden Organic.
Chris Collins – now a very experienced gardener – lives In Palmers Green and is coming to give us an illustrated talk on his year as head gardener at Westminster Abbey. (Google his name and you’ll find out more about him)
AND please will you share the poster with your members?
Many thanks,
Sue

Summer Newsletter

Hello to my NLOG email list,

Summer COPY for emailing

NLOG Sept 7th Meeting 2017

 

See the Summer Newsletter attached, Chris Collins poster for September Meeting on the 7th and all the latest from Garden Organic : look for ‘One Man and his Organic Plot’ written by Chris Collins towards the end of the GO news – also the trial on slug pellets which might be of interest to a lot of you.
Hoping to see some of you on the 7th. (Chris lives locally and may be good for consultation re-your own growing)
Good gardening,
Sue

PS If you have been on my list for a long time and do not wish to continue receiving these emails please let me know and I will cross you off.

Cuttings workshop

Hi folks,

Would you like to learn how to increase your stock of plants?  This is a practical session – we will supply all you need to propagate a new plant.  No need to book just come along on Sunday 13th August (Sunday after next) from 2.45 – 4.00 pm.

This is a free session, but as the Conservatory is run by volunteers, donations to cover the cost of materials would be greatly appreciated

new plants from old 2017