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Solent Fuchsia & Flower Club

Solent Fuchsia & Flower Club holds regular meetings which are friendly and informal. These are held on the first Tuesday of the month (except January, February, August and December), at the United Reformed Church Hall, Osborn Road South, Fareham, Hampshire PO16 7DG. Doors open at 7.00pm and the Solent Fuchsia & Flower Club meetings commence at 7.30pm with lectures, question and answer sessions, demonstrations and slide shows.

There is limited car parking within the church premises which is open from approximately 7.00pm.

For the duration of the Club’s monthly meetings, car parking is free of charge in the Osborn Road South car park opposite the church.

We hope to encourage and develop your interest in growing fuchsias, flowers and foliage plants, with fuchsias as pot plants, standards or hardies, and to introduce you to, and become familiar with some of the thousands of different fuchsia cultivars. Newsletters are produced three times a year and new members are always welcome to join at any of our Solent Fuchsia & Flower Club meetings.

We also hold an annual Fuchsia and flower show which gives members the opportunity to display their plants.

Site last updated: 25th May 2020

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Solent Fuchsia Club is affiliated to the British Fuchsia Society (B.F.S.), Hampshire Federation of Horticulture Societies (H.F.H.S.), Royal Horticultural Society (R.H.S.) and South of England Fuchsia Fellowship (S.E.F.F.). The Solent Fuchsia Club entered the H.F.H.S. ‘Show of the Year’ annually from 1979 until 2006, when it ceased to operate. During this period we received many Gold Awards and actually won the competition during 1983, 1995 and 1997. We were one of only two societies who supported them throughout the entire twenty-seven years.