Southampton and District Branch
2007 Photo Gallery

2007 Gallery

In our branch newsletters, I mentioned that my plant of Kalanchoe tuberosa flowered at the start of the year. Here is a close up of the orange flowers. It took about 2 years for the plants to grow from cuttings to reach flowering size. The flowers lasted 2-3 weeks and there was a second flush of flowers about 2 months later.

A view of part of the display at the Spring Garden Show at Broadlands, Romsey.

The picture above shows the selection of plants that the young prickly potters were able to choose from.

Several people in the marquee, looking at the sales table and chatting to members.

Ivor Biddlecombe explaining how to sow seeds and take cuttings.

David Neville behind the sales table at Whiteley. This was the first of three days over the bank holiday weekend - unfortunately, the other two days were significantly wetter!

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