The Society holds an Annual Show which is an opportunity for growers to meet each other and discuss topics of general interest.
Saturday 18th July 2020
THE SOCIETY'S OWN 19th ONE DAY SHOW
Memorial Hall, Lichfield Road, Brownhills, Staffordshire
8.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.
Best in Show 2019 was Wimberry Pie grown by Janet Price Lots more SHOW photos in the GALLERY.
If you choose to become a member, three Newsletters a year will be sent to you. These contain useful hints and tips on growing, articles for both the general and the specialist grower and a members' page with short articles and letters. A Seed Bank has been set up for both Hybrid and Species seed and these are available free to members.
See MEMBERSHIP to find out how to become a member of the Society.
If you have discovered the delights of growing streptocarpus, this site is the place for you. With the help of the British Streptocarpus Society, you can expand your collection and knowledge and join the many members who share your enthusiasm.
Explore this site to find out more.
ABOUT THE SOCIETY
The Society was formed in September 1999 especially for Streptocarpus (Cape Primrose) growers with small, medium or large collections. The current membership is just over 550. We welcome new members with a wide range of growing knowledge and experience. Members range from beginners with a few plants on their windowsills to expert growers with many years of experience. We are happy to help new members to increase their expertise and enjoyment of streptocarpus growing.
Founders: Frank Davies, Ken Jones
President: Lynne Dibley
BRITISH STREPTOCARPUS SOCIETY
Download, print and display this poster to advertise the British Streptocarpus Society.
GREAT NEWS ... A DVD OF ALL OF FRANK'S VIDEOS
IS AVAILABLE TO BUY.
GO TO THE VIDEOS PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION
In 2019 Frank Davies received the Maurice Mason Award from the RHS Tender Ornamental Plant Committee to recognise and reward his significant personal achievement relating to plants. They felt that Frank's passion and dedication to promoting streptocarpus over so many years makes him the very deserving first recipient of this new award.