For those of you who visit our two annual shows, you will have admired the work of Cecil and his group of wood turners who regularly exhibit. They have a sale every year in Baldoyle Library, all proceeds go to the Altzheimers Society, and it is on this week – every day.
If you are short of a Christmas present, drop into Baldoyle Library any day until the weekend of the 21st December 2019
Happy Christmas, and look forward to another year of gardening in 2020.
STOP PRESS from the plant stall team!
More great plants to whet your appetite in addition to the already impressive collection! How about a lovely pale blue Iris ‘Jane Phillips’; a stately Dierama ,or a glowing golden Carex. Make a statement with a bold Leucanthemella, brighten a shaded bed with Pulmonaria ‘June Blake’, bring spring glory to damper spots with a sea of candelabra primulas. Impress your neighbours with a banana, an exotic palm or a black stemmed bamboo – and many more gems. Something of interest for everyone and all at bargain prices! Spread the news! Come along and bring your friends.
Further donations for the plant stall will be appreciated. The bigger the variety of available plants, the better. These can be brought to St Nessan’s School after 4pm. on Friday August 23rd or as early as possible on the morning of the show. Please label clearly or seek advice if you are unsure. A brief description and picture is always useful.
Looking forward to seeing you on Saturday with lots of friends.
Janet and David Jeffrey.
View Plant Stall List for Autumn Show 2019
If our shows are to succeed we need the support of our members and the local community, both as exhibitors and visitors. Don’t be reluctant to have a go this year. One entry or more from every member or visitor would guarantee a super show!
Every entry makes a show and there are classes to suit all.
A heart-felt thank you to all of you, visitors, exhibitors, judges and helpers who contributed to make the show a success. The show is one of our shop windows and is a real contribution to the social fabric of Fingal. Without all of you the show would not happen, so thank you all once again.
Howth and Sutton Horticultural Society
Please find attached Plant list for the Autumn Show 2018 and see just some of the amazing plants which will be available at the Autumn Show on Saturday 1st September 2018.
Do pass it on to anyone who may be interested in the fantastic bargains to be had!
Please do come along and exhibit. Members and non members are most welcome to enter the Autumn Show. We are accepting entries right up until Friday evening 31st August or Saturday morning 1st September until 11am. If you would like any extra schedules for family, friends or neighbours let us know and we can arrange to get one to them. The schedule is also available to download and print here AS2018.
All donations are most welcome so why not bake a cake or buns for the cake stall, donate books to the book stand or dig and divide something from your garden for the plant sale. It’s a great opportunity to have a clear out!
As always we’ll be looking for helpers and volunteers, but most of all your exhibits!
If you can help out for an hour, please email email@example.com, as we need helpers on Friday from 4pm – 8pm and all day Saturday.
But most of all, come along, bring your friends, and enjoy the show!
2.30pm -4.30pm on Saturday 1st September 2018
We look forward to seeing you all there.
Howth & Sutton Horticultural Society Show Committee
With the help of “David Nolan Gardening”, we planted a host of Spring bulbs and revamped a flower bed which was created in Scoil Neasan, in 1993 to mark the Golden Jubilee of the Howth and Sutton Horticultural Society. We have a great relationship with Pobailscoil Neasan, where we hold our Annual Spring & Autumn Shows each year.
*David Nolan is a member of HSHS and he runs a garden maintenance business. David Nolan Gardening Maintenance can be contacted on 086 0519207
What an amazing Autumn show on Saturday 2nd September 2017- fantastic varied exhibits of Flowers, Fruit, Vegetables, Home Baking, Art & Craft and much much more! As always a phenomenal amount and variety of unusual and valuable plants for sale, and great bargains to be had at the book stall. Delicious teas and home-made cakes, advice & expertise on all matters horticultural, and a great excitement as all areas of the community came together for a chat and a laugh. Thanks to all our helpers, exhibitors and visitors!