Home deliveries There are still a few options for getting your fruit and vegetables delivered in Christchurch – without the wait times of the big supermarket chains. We’ve come across a few that might appeal to our members. If you hear of any, or would like to share your experiences do let us know so … Read More
My friend Joan Leary and I have been Kiosk volunteers since the inception. Most people are rostered on once a month but we come every second Monday and we really look forward to It. We are on the morning shift from 10am-1pm and the time goes really fast. We see the seasons gradually change as … Read More
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Our Flagship Gardening Programme.
Held twice a month starting with the first Monday evening of the month
7pm-9pm followed by the Tuesday morning
9.45am – 11.45am
Christchurch Botanic Gardens
CHS Members: $5, non-members: $10
Tea, coffee and biscuits included. CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST PROGRAMME
Growing an edible garden? Enter the 2020 Awards – a partnership project between Christchurch City Council and the CHS.
Canterbury Horticultural Society welcomes the Waipuna/Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board to the Edible and Sustainable Garden Awards in 2020, our 4th Community Board to participate.
Listen to the latest podcast of “Green Thumbs in Canterbury – Out & About with the Canterbury Horticultural Society”
CHS Vice President Ray King along with Annette Hill chat live on Plains FM 96.9 on the second Monday of every month 9 – 9.30am for Canterbury through the Seasons.
In 2015 and 2016 the Orchards in Schools programme planted orchards in 11 schools. This year they are well advanced in their planning to add orchards in another five schools, including Haeata, Isleworth School, Fendalton School and Elmwood School. Image: Rawhiti Primary school students enjoy the fruits of their labour
Congratulations to all our participants this year. Especially to Carol and Ray Skinner for winning the Premier Garden Award and to Dr Vicki Fowler & Bernie Smulders whose garden pictured here won Gold. CLICK HERE for all the results
A request to the CHS for support on the Christchurch Replacement District Plan Heritage Trees Policy