Rose & Flower Show “Downton Abbey Traditions”
June 18, 2014 Awards List
ATTENTION ALL GARDENERS!
November 19, 2016: Elizabeth Lazear is the most recent recipient of the Lambeth Horticultural Society award presented to a graduating student at Fanshawe College. Elizabeth came to Fanshawe already having worked 15 years in the restaurant and management sector. She has a strong interest in conservation and environmental concerns. She intends to pursue smart design with a focus on xeriscape and native plants. She currently works for Live Landscape and John’s Nursery and volunteers for the Grand River Motorcycle Ride for Dad and the Dog Guide Foundation of Canada. WE wish Elizabeth good success with her future.
June 21, 2016: Congratulations to Jamie Fletcher, a Lambeth resident and recent graduate of B. Davison Secondary School. Jamie is the recipient of the Lambeth Horticultural Society Award, presented to a graduating student who deserves recognition for contributions to the horticultural program at the school. She received other awards, including a Green Industries Award (grade 11) and some leadership recognition. Jamie plans to spend some time helping on the family farm and has an interest in working with children. We wish Jamie all the best in her future endeavours.
November 26, 2014: London’s Fanshawe College held an Academic Awards Ceremony for the Faculty of Arts, Media and Design on Wednesday, November 26. We congratulate Hilary Sivyer as the recipient of Lambeth Horticultural Society award. This award goes to a graduating student in the Horticultrual programme, who deserves recognition. Hilary is continuing in another course in the Horticultural programme, now focusing on Landscape Design. President Jo-Anne Smith represented the Society at the ceremony.
October 2013: Congratulations to Justin Parsons, a recent graduate of Sir George Ross Secondary School. At the school’s October Awards and Commencement program, Justin was the recipient of the Lambeth Horticultural Society Award. This is presented to a graduating student who shows interest and skill in the Horticultural program. Justin also received the Transportation award for the school. We wish him well with his future endeavours.
January 21, 2013: Lambeth Horticultural Society member Marie Galloway was surprised with the presentation of the President’s Award at the January general meeting. Marie recently retired as a Director after many years as the Registrar for the Society.
October 25, 2012: The 2012 Senior Awards and Commencement Program for Sir George Ross Secondary School was held on October 25. The Lambeth Horticultural Society donates an award to a graduating student from the horticultural program.
November 23, 2011: Congratulations to Charlie Briggs, a graduate of Fanshawe College in London.
October 20, 2011: Congratulations to Madeline Graham, a graduate of Sir George Ross Secondary School in London.
June 18, 2011: Congratulations to Aaron Jarry, a graduate of Thames Secondary School.
A Rain garden is
Rain gardens soak up stormwater before it becomes a problem. Typically rain in urban areas runs off across paved surfaces, picking up pollutants like pet waste, fertilizer, cigarette butts, fuels and solvents and deposits them, untreated into the nearest lake or stream via the storm sewer. The result is often closed beaches, endangered aquatic life and compromised drinking source waters.
The Lambeth Horticultural Society would like to thank all the hosts and hostess’ for opening up their gardens for our Garden tour. We realize all the hard work involved in making your garden so beautiful.
Sunday, July 8, 2012 1 – 5 pm Rain or Shine
The Lambeth Horticultural Society will be hosting a Garden Tour at the following homes. This is a great opportunity for you to exchange tips and ideas with fellow gardeners.
Look for the OPEN GARDEN signs at the front yards on the day of the tour.
6816 Beattie Street (Lambeth)
Enter this immaculate garden by strolling up the flagstone path and then beside the retaining wall to reach the focus of the landscape – the back yard. Imagine yourself poolside gazing over to the large vegetable garden on the far side and then to the lovely display of roses. Decorating the fence and dmeonstrating a touch of whimsey are brightly painted pails full of colourful annuals. Relax and enjoy the view in all directions.
66 Bruce Street (London)
344 Malcolm Street (London)
This backyard is filled with fantasy with numerous imaginative touches. If you have an interest in ponds, this is a must see. The ponds were created by the homeowner and contain fish and plants. There is a sophisticated rain barrel system that has also been engineered by the home owner.
60 Foster Avenue (London)
603 Cayley Drive (London)
Flyers are available on Sunday from 12:45 to 4:00 pm at 2335 Main Street (Lambeth) London.
For more information, please contact Carmen Branchflower 519-652-9638 or Rena Armstrong 519-439-5394
Do you read The Trillium”….the Ontario Horticultural Association newsletter, published four times a year? It is full of interesting articles and news from other societies across Ontario. It is really inspiring and enlightening……each society receives 2 copies of each issue and one copy goes on our Library cart. However, you can have your own copy by mail for $15. a year or have it for free via e-mail. Just contact Linda Hugli at – email@example.com – or Linda Hugli, 181 Garson-Coniston Rd., Garson, On. P3L 1G3 and enjoy. You’ll be pleasantly surprised and inspired. Ruth Dodson
The 38th Annual Rose & Flower Show: Theme “Back to the Farm”
SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 2012 – Rose and Flower Show – Summer ‘Stalk’ Theatre
The Rose and Flower Show was a wonderful success.
Here are the trophy winners for the 37th Rose and Flower Show for 2012
Antoinette Chaleyssin – BEST ROSE IN THE SHOW – The Maud Hill Silver Bowl
DESIGN CLASSES: “Spot Light” – A miniature design of fresh material. Not more than 5″ in any direction, before a white background
Download the Schedule here.
The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug is a new pest threatening Ontario.