Milverton and District Garden Club has served the village and surrounding areas for more than 40 years, though the ‘Taunton Courier’ reported a successful Flower Show in 1908.
The Milverton Flower Show takes place in July every year.
Membership is £5 per year.
Compost and manure offer
The compost and manure offer takes place every autumn. Order before the delivery in September and October. Order form from:
- mushroom compost
- gallop mix (wood chip and horse manure)
- horse manure
- farmyard manure
- sieved compost
- sieved compost with worms
We order seeds from Suttons Seeds in winter for delivery in spring. Reduction in retail prices can be as much as 50 percent if enough orders are placed. Catalogues are available from:
During the winter, from October to April, talks are held on gardening and associated matters on the third Tuesday of every month (except December and January) in the Methodist church, Silver Street starting at 7.30pm. Entry £1, visitors are welcome.
During summer, visits are made to gardens and establishments of interest.
In 2015, visits have been made to Burrow Farm Gardens and to Lydeard House Gardens. In addition, a joint visit with the Milverton and Fitzhead Society was made on 15 July to East Lambrook Manor Gardens and Sexey’s Hospital at Bruton, attended by 28 members and guests.
In July 2016 a very successful visit to Seaton Tramway and Cadhay Manor was made by 29 members (a busfull). The weather was sunny. Twenty members visited RHS Rosemoor Gardens on the 10 September, with free entry as part of our affiliated membership of the RHS. There was also a craft market and an art exhibition, and the weather was rather better than forecast, with some weak but welcome sunshine.
In 2017, the Club joined with the Milverton and Fitzhead Society for a visit to Tyntesfield in July.
In 2018, the Club again joined with the Milverton and Fitzhead Society to visit Sherborne Castle. 40 members and guests enjoyed the Interior of the castle and the Capability Brown garden, which includes a 50 acre lake.
In 2019, another visit was made to Rosemoor, which included a flower show and market.