This information was obtained from the Barham & District Horticultural Society website.

Welcome to the Barham & District
Horticultural Society

  • The Barham & District Horticultural Society is a friendly active local society which promotes and stimulates interest in all aspects of gardening - from growing vegetables, flowers, shrubs and trees to the quiet enjoyment of gardens and their wildlife. So whether you like to just relax and admire the efforts of others, or you like the challenge of trying to grow, bake or arrange superb produce for showing, there is something for everyone. Find out more about us »

    If you are not already a member why not consider joining us? If you are new to the area it is a good way to meet people with a like minded interest. Perhaps you have just moved house and are looking for inspiration for your new garden, just want to modify an existing one or simply chat over gardening problems!

    Thinking of becoming a member? »     Current BDHS Member discounts »

    (Affiliated to the RHS since 1948)

  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society
  • Welcome to the Barham & District Horticultural Society

  • Next Event: 'Illustrated talk'

    Illustrated talk by Lee Woodcock. Organic Vegetable Growing and the Hungry Gap.

    'Organic Vegetable Growing and the Hungry Gap'
    Illustrated talk by Lee Woodcock. Organic Vegetable Growing and the Hungry Gap.
    Taking place at Barham Village Hall on Wednesday 13th March @ 7.30pm

    Directions to Barham Village Hall »

  • February 2024 News Update

    February News Update

    February News Update
    We are now at the start of the calendar year, the gardening year and our membership year. Although we are about to hunker down for a cold spell there are signs of spring with snowdrops and daffodils peeping through the earth
    Read the full News Update »

    RHS Garden Wisley February closure details.
    On Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 February 2024 RHS Garden Wisley and the Garden Centre will be closed.
    RHS Garden Wisley February closure details »

  • Gardening notes For February

    Gardening notes For February

    Gardening notes For February
    Here we are heading for the end of winter (we hope). Its an interesting time in the garden never knowing whether its going to be freezing or pouring, make the most of opportunities to get jobs done.

    Gardening notes continued »



  • Thinking of becoming a member?

    Thinking of becoming a member?

  • BDHS Member discounts

    BDHS Member discounts

  • BDHS Calendar of events

    BDHS Calendar of events


Next EventWednesday
13th March

'Organic Vegetable Growing and the Hungry Gap'
Illustrated talk by Lee Woodcock.
'Organic Vegetable Growing
and the Hungry Gap.'
Wednesday 13th March 7.30pm
Directions to Barham Village Hall »

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