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Ruislip Central Horticultural Society is a membership-based, non-profit organisation dedicated to all things horticultural.
The RCHS has a long and impressive history. Established in 1949 on the theme of ‘the encouragement and improvement of the best fruit, the most choice flowers and the most useful culinary vegetables‘, the Society has continued to promote all aspects of horticulture.
Whilst we cherish our history, the Society strives to maintain a modern outlook, helping to promote horticulture to the next generation of gardeners and horticulturists. We are always working hard to bring in young blood to the society, to create a future generation that can carry forward the satisfactions of mother nature
The Society acts as a valuable resource to its members on horticultural matters, as well as organising flower shows, talks and events. The RCHS promotes the interests of garden and allotment cultivators, bringing people together who have similar interests, to share experience and knowledge. The society also incorporates a specialist Cactus Section, which holds its own events and meetings, and also has a great part to play in our three shows each year. Membership to the RCHS includes access to all Cactus Section events. It also includes access to the Eastcote Horticultural Society trading centre. See drop down menu above for details.
Membership is open to all, with the group being based around the Ruislip, Uxbridge and Pinner areas. We have members from areas as far as Hayes, Northwood, Moor Park and Watford.
The annual membership fee is a nominal £5, with all proceeds being directed back into the Society.
RCHS Latest News
Unfortunately we have started the long descent into shorter days, longer nights and Christmas! The RCHS can take your mind of the inevitable with the forthcoming events: The Autumn Show, Saturday, 7th September at the Great Barn, Ruislip. The...read more
A chance for 16 members to have a guided tour of the Maple Lodge Nature Reserve. This will take place on Tuesday, 16th July starting at 1.30pm. There is no charge but there is an opportunity to make a donation to the Maple Lodge Charity if you so...read more
The Report, Photographs and the Results can now be found under the Show Reports. See tab at the top of web page.read more
This time last year there was no rain just very high temperatures and this year too much rain just before the show! A Show Manager's lot is not a happy one....however a reminder that the deadline for all those entries is Wednesday, 12th June at 8pm. Please...read more
This is an appeal for members to enter their plants, craft and domestic items for the Summer Show which takes place on Saturday, 15th June. Everything that is entered showcases the Society to the wider public and the Show always attracts new members. This...read more
On behalf of the RCHS committee many thanks to our members who donated plants for our plant sale last Saturday, 25th May. The weather was perfect and a steady flow of residents and members of the RCHS ensured that the Society not only gained new members, sold some...read more
This Tuesday, our monthly talk will be on the history of Cheney Farmhouse and the work to renovate the garden to match the period of the property. The talk will be given by the owners and fellow members of the RCHS Simon and Maria Engwell. This is a...read more
On Saturday, 25th May, members or the RCHS committee will be in the courtyard outside 11- 15 High Street in Ruislip . This is at the St Martins end of Ruislip. The intention is to raise awareness of the Society and gain new members and members of the...read more
After the exertions of the long Easter Bank holiday take time to relax and listen to Jenny Jones talk about healing plants, their place in history and their relevance today. Jenny Jones is a volunteer at Kew Gardens, who, on her last visit to the RCHS gave a...read more