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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
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Our Friends at Eastcote Horticultural Society will be opening the Trading Hut for the first time this year on SUNDAY 7th February 2021 ALL RCHS Members from 2020/21 can attend to purchase discounted horticultural needs Please remember to take your 2020/21 membership...
Member Michael Rawlinson would like to offer these to anyone who would like the We would like to pass on the following 2019/20 monthly magazines available should anyone need to pass the time reading during lockdown: If anyone would like any I’m willing to...
It is with great sadness that the committee learnt of the death of Bob Cox. He was a loyal member of the Society attending all of our talks. Older members of the committee will remember him for his volunteering to make teas and coffees at the meetings and...
The success of our Summer gallery of photographs, sent in by members, has prompted the committee to request that members send in photographs of their gardens or gardening projects that they are working on during these Autumn/ Winter months. Photographs of indoor...
These Opportunities Do Not Come Often, if at all! SO, as promised here is Decembers Speaker The R.C.H.S has managed to secure a ZOOM TALK with one of the most highly respected and talented horticulturalists in the world today We are not exaggerating, and are...
ALL EVENTS FOR 2020 CANCELLED