Members Gardening Diaries
Find out how some of our members grow Alpines in different parts of the country and of the world.
This Diary has been kept once week since August 2006 and the diarist is John Richards, former President of the Society and Lyttel Trophy Holder. The entries provide a rich mine of information on how our diarist grows Alpine and Rock plants in the North East of the country.
This diary by Paul Cumbleton gives a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes in the Alpine Department at Wisley.
This diary comes from the Midlands and is written by Diane Clement. As well as an enthusiastic Gardener and Exhibitor, Diane is an inveterate seed raiser and this promises to be a superb record of the process of raising many different types of plants from seed.
This diary gives us a chance to hear about a true alpine garden. The Schachen garden lies at an altitude of 1850m and requires a 3 hour hike through forest and alpine meadows to reach it. Jenny Wainwright-Klein is our guide.