SCOTTISH ROCK GARDEN CLUB The SRGC hosts regular plant shows where you can see a huge range of varieties and swap seeds with fellow gardeners.
What does SRGC stand for?
SRGC stands for Scottish Rock Garden Club
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Saturday, October 1 Alpine Garden Society and Scottish Rock Garden Club, national show, Memorial Hall, Darras Road, Ponteland, noon-4pm.
Key highlights of the show will be: Magnificent show gardens Easy and inspirational ideas to support natural habitats Inspirational Patio Gardens Stunning and imaginative exhibits in the Floral Hall Expert advice from TV broadcasters and plant producers Displays by Britain's top growers Award winning displays from the specialist gardening clubs, including last year's winner the Scottish Rock Garden Club The latest in garden equipment and outdoor living accessories available for purchase.
If you get truly hooked, then join the Scottish Rock Garden Club.
The Scottish Rock Garden Club uses a long narrow site brilliantly.