Squires’s Wokingham to Host Regional Fuchsia Show
Squire’s Garden Centre in Wokingham will be hosting a Fuchsia Show, held by Reading & District Fuchsia Society, the main show of this renowned and long -established regional society.
Visitors will be able to enjoy stunning displays by local growers and enjoy varieties not normally seen, coming from specialist fuchsia growers throughout England and Wales. The free event is open to the public at 1pm after judging has taken place and visitors will receive a very warm welcome.
Visitors can also discover Squire’s extensive plant area and shop – or relax in the stylish Café Bar which has both indoor and outdoor seating and perhaps enjoy a freshly made pizza from the impressive pizza oven, as well as visit the Food Hall which stocks an extensive range of produce from local and regional suppliers.
Colin Squire OBE., Chairman Emeritus, Squire’s Garden Centres, comments: “We are extremely delighted to be able to host the Reading & District Fuchsia Show, supporting this important local society in providing a venue for these wonderful plants to be displayed, enabling visitors to see some of the very best fuchsias there are.
“Horticulture is at the heart of the Squire’s business and it is good to be able to support the industry and in particular local growers. I would like to welcome the Reading & District Fuchsia Society to Squire’s Wokingham and wish them an enjoyable and successful day with us!
Paul Munro, Chair of the Reading & District Fuchsia Society, comments: “We are so pleased that Squire’s Wokingham have kindly agreed to host this important regional Fuchsia Show, enabling both fuchsia enthusiasts, as well as those who might be exploring this fascinating plant for the first time, access to some truly wonderful varieties in a wonderful setting. I would encourage people to come down to this free event, enjoy the amazing displays and learn more from the experts in attendance.
“Squire’s is very much part of the local Wokingham community and the R&D Fuchsia Society actively promotes supporting planting in local groups, including getting children growing fuchsias, so this is a brilliant collaboration.”