Although Kensington Gardeners' Club meets in Kensington and trips start and end there, membership is open to ALL. We are affiliated to The London Garden Society. Many of our members, past and present, have gone on to win prizes in the LGS London wide competition. 

ZOOM LECTURES - Free to members and a suggested donation of £5 for guests, payable via PayPal to 

UPCOMING ONLINE LECTURE - Tuesday January 19th, 2:30pm via Zoom.  Dr Ian Bedford will speak on Garden Bugs: Cohabit, Control or Conserve? What are the good and bad garden bugs we often find in our gardens and what should we do with them? This renowned entomologist will entertain us with his enthusiasm and advice. To participate please email Susan at

UPCOMING ONLINE LECTURE - Thursday February 11, 2:30pm via Zoom.  

Timothy Walker, botanist and gardener presents the world premier of  'SPRING INTO GARDENING AGAIN' –what to do and grow in the garden for a great spring display. Gardeners know that spring has arrived when there is too much to do in the time available. This talk looks at what needs to be done and when. Timothy also suggests some plants to grow for March to May.  It is based on his new small (100m2) garden where he has been gardening since 2014. To participate please email Susan at 

UPCOMING ONLINE LECTURE - Tuesday March 9, 2:30pm via Zoom.

"A Think of Beauty is a Joy Forever" - Japanese Gardens. Join Nancy Stevens as she takes us on a journey through Japanese gardens. To participate please email Susan at 

UPCOMING ONLINE LECTURE - Friday April 9, 2:30pm via Zoom.

Dr David Marsh, garden historian, will present 'The Opposite of Chelsea: The Garden Festival at Chaumont-sur-Loire'.To participate please email Susan at 



Club meetings and talks take place in the basement lecture theatre at Kensington Central Library, Phillimore Walk, London W8 7RX.

Doors open at 2.00pm and talks commence at 2.30pm.  Club meetings are free to members.  Members are welcome to bring guests at a cost of £5 per guest.

Tea and biscuits follow the meetings at modest cost.  This is a good opportunity to meet fellow members and socialise.

PROPOSED EVENTS 2021 - details to be confirmed
April 2021


Exbury Garden, Hampshire – 200-acre site world famous for the Rothschild collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, and camellias.


May 2021

LONDON VISIT - Kew Gardens Tree Walk with Pat Smallcombe. 


May 2021


Pitzhanger Manor Ealing – meet at the gardens and grounds of Walpole Park, the delightful country home of Sir John Soane. Free entrance to the gardens, entrance fee for the house and gallery.  

June 2021


Parham House and Gardens in West Sussex – a superb Elizabethan family house with award-winning gardens.

July 2021


Three days of garden visits, including Hardwick Hall.  We will be staying in Buxton and exploring gardens in the area.

September 2021

LONDON VISIT - Fenton House Hampstead 

Visit this handsome 17th century National Trust house with walled garden. 


October 10, 2021

GARDEN VISIT - RHS Garden Wisley 

The flagship garden of the RHS.