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Join us at The Kiosk for a friendly meeting of like-minded gardeners and horticultural enthusiasts.

Every month the Canterbury Horticultural Society Events Committee secures an interesting speaker for the morning and evening meetings. This is followed by ‘Gardening Half Hour’, an informative session hosted by Michael Coulter.

All About Gardening September
Monday 6th 7pm & Tuesday 7th 9.30am

160th Anniversary Celebrations

This month's All About Gardening kicks off a year-long celebration of the 160th year of the Canterbury Horticultural Society. We will be delving into the history of the club and it’s evolution through the years with stunning images and entertaining stories. Free to all members and with a special supper and morning tea.

All About Gardening October
Monday 4th 7pm & Tuesday 5th 9.30am

Brad Lake of Tāpapa Store and the Brothers Green will be sharing his passion for all things hemp. His businesses produce and sell high quality nutritious local food products in an environmentally regenerative way.

All About Gardening November
Monday 4th 7pm & Tuesday 5th 9.30am

Elizabeth Jenkins - A Tale of Two Welbecks.
An illustrated talk on Elizabeth’s two favourite homes. One in England where she grew up and the other that she created in Okuti Valley.

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