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Photos of the 2014 Country Gardeners Day at Stockton Bury, courtesy of Alex Ramsay 

HEREFORDSHIRE HORTICULTURAL HUB

Welcome to the website of the Herefordshire Horticultural Hub.

The Hub was formed in 2012 in order to promote and link the exceptional businesses and skills found in and around the region.

Come to our Country Gardeners' Day on Sunday May 28th 2017.  More info here

 

By linking together and spreading the word about our members with open garden, nurseries and gardening bed and breakfasts etc we will not only be able to offer each other support, but together draw people to this delightful part of the country.  

 

Our website is our first step towards group promotion. Our members get together at social gatherings about four times a year – events are fun and informal. Events are held at different venues as this makes a great opportunity for people to showcase their gardens and businesses amongst the group.    

 

This is a fantastic opportunity to make new contacts and share ideas. There are no membership fees or commitments to be made – however we do ask for the occasional voluntary donation for food and wine!

 

 

 

If you are interested in joining simply email enquiry@hortihub.co.uk or click here

 

Visit Herefordshire for horticulture

Our area is well known for great gardens but there are also so many unsung and innovative horticultural businesses hiding down many of its country lanes.

The Hub lists these businesses, and provides a few details of each to whet visitors' appetites, and to entice keen gardeners to head to this stunning part of the country. Within our membership group you will find great places to stay, fantastic open gardens, locally made features and exceptional nurseries.

Where we are

 

Founder members

Tamsin Westhorpe, Editor of The English Garden magazine, moved to Herefordshire four years ago. ‘Herefordshire and its surrounding counties are a horticultural gem which deserves to be celebrated’, she says. Tamsin (picture on the left) met Sarah Wint of Brook Farm in Berrington  (picture, with Dixie the dog,  on the right) whilst interviewing her about her open garden in 2011. Together they have created the Hub. ‘The Hub is non-profit making and we hope it will encourage many business to business ideas.’ says Sarah.

Tamsin WesthorpeSarah