Return to top Membership of local, regional and national gardening clubs and associations, catering for general or very focussed plant and garden interests are an obvious way to meet others.On a very local level, gardening clubs, friends of a particular garden, garden-appreciation societies and garden centre events also draw together people who might not otherwise meet.If you do not have an existing account within Passions Network, then you can join Gardening Passions, and it will be 100% free.No upgrades will be required for you to have full access to Gardening Passions. This option opens up access to a significant number of active sites in the network, but again, it is not required.If you love gardening then you will know how it can take over your entire life.Whatever the season or the weather there are always things a keen gardener can find to do or indeed may have to do in order to keep the garden looking as it should or making sure that the allotment produces the next crop of home grown fruit or vegetables.Additionally there are often travel garden show trips organised by clubs and travel companies where you will automatically find other plant and garden afficiandos.If you can’t find a kindred spirit amongst the local membership, then the national gardening organisations may publish membership magazines or newsletters with information about events and possibly classified ads, including personal columns.
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