Welcome to all gardeners
The Federation exists to support horticultural societies and gardening clubs in Hampshire & bordering areas. Our affiliated societies range from small village clubs who meet a few times a year, to large allotment sites.


  • issue a monthly electronic bulletin
  • organise inter-society events
  • publish details of endorsed speakers and judges
  • promote affiliated society events
  • provide advice to individual societies as needed

Monthly Bulletin

All gardening enthusiasts can sign up to receive our monthly bulletin. It lists upcominAg flower shows, produce shows, open gardens and flower festivals.

A new year of growing.

A Photograph taken by Annie Spratt

Upcoming Events – go to Calendar for full list

20th February 20197:30 pm

AGM.  Talk: Andrew Hunt   -   Kingston Lacey, restoration of the kitchen garden

AGM.  Talk: Andrew Hunt   -   Kingston Lacey, restoration of the kitchen garden
23rd February 201912:00 am - 4:00 pm
01962 797446

The outline programme is as follows:
Members Conference
0930 – 1000 Tea/Coffee (50p)
1000 – 1100 Jim Arbury (RHS) will present on New Developments in Fruit Growing.
1100 — 1200 Kelvin Mason will present on the Federation's plans to celebrate its 60th Year.

1230 - 1330 Lunch

Annual General Meeting, Presentations and Quiz Final

The programme for the afternoon will be:
14.00 Annual General Meeting.
15.00 Tea and Coffee ...

24th February 201911:00 am - 4:00 pm
Other https://www.ngs.org.uk/find-a-garden/garden/34092/

Entry: £ 5.00  Children Free:
Snowdrops are scattered through this 14 acre listed English landscape garden which is gradually being restored. Sweeping lawns, ha-ha, wilderness, terraces, fernery and shrubbery walk surround the Elizabethan manor house. The walled garden designed by Edward ...

24th February 20192:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Other https://www.ngs.org.uk/find-a-garden/garden/8167/

Entry £5.00  Children Free:  Home Made Teas
A 3 acre walled and sheltered traditional country garden, well known for its naturalised bulbs, special snowdrops, a sea of wild crocus, hellebores, perennials in harmonious colours, punctuated by box balls. Loved by old and ...