Stone Chrysanthemum and Dahlia Society

Incorporating The Garden Club

Useful Links

Listed below are links to a few societies, garden centres, nurseries, and other websites of interest.

Please note that the Stone Chrysanthemum and Dahlia Society cannot endorse or recommend any products or services from any organisation mentioned nor are we responsible for the content of other websites.

National Societies/Organisations

Royal Horticultural Society rhs.org.uk

National Chrysanthemum Society nationalchrysanthemumsociety.co.uk

National Dahlia Society dahlia-nds.co.uk

The Cottage Garden Society http://thecottagegardensociety.org.uk/homepage

The National Allotment Society http://www.nsalg.org.uk/

The Hardy Plant Society http://www.hardy-plant.org.uk/

The National Garden Scheme (NGS) http://www.ngs.org.uk/

Plant Heritage – the National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens http://www.nccpg.com/

 

Local Garden Centres and Nurseries

Listed below are just a few of the nurseries and garden centres within easy reach of Stone. There are many more smaller and/or specialist nurseries in the area many of whom attend the regular plant fairs in the counties around us including Plant Hunters Fairs, Rare Plant Fairs and Flower Power Fairs.

Ashwood Nurseries, Kingswinford  https://www.ashwoodnurseries.com/

Bridgemere Garden Centre, Cheshire http://www.wyevalegardencentres.co.uk/garden-centres/bridgemere/Bridgemere/2

Northwood Garden Centre Clayton www.northwoodgardencentre.co.uk

Garners Garden Centre Silverdale www.garnersgardencentre.co.uk

Johnson Hall Nurseries and Bury Bank Plant Centre http://www.plants4life.co.uk/

Fletchers Garden Centre, Eccleshall http://www.fletchersgardencentre.com/

Mere Park Garden Centre Newport www.mereparkgardencentre.co.uk

Mucklestone Nurseries http://www.botanyplants.co.uk/mucklestone-nurseries-new/

 

Local Gardens to Visit

We are on the borders of Cheshire and Shropshire, not far from Derbyshire, and close to the West Midlands so we have a multitude of gardens within a 50 mile radius. You can find some of them listed on the following sites –

Great British Gardens – search by county, browse via the map or check for special collections.

Tourist site Britain’s Finest has a list of gardens to visit within a 50 mile radius of Stafford.

Several National Trust gardens are also nearby.

Have a look also at the NGS yellow book – the county book  is available in Stone Library – or check on their website. You could also download their app onto your smartphone or tablet.

Another useful app is Garden Tags – find out more at on their website and blog. Garden Tags now has a marketplace website where many small independent and specialist nurseries and individuals list their plants and seeds for sale.