Volunteers needed for Evolution Plants’ open day, May 10th

Helen Bailey would like to hear from anyone who could volunteer help during Evolution Plants’ open day on May 10th. 

Iris sari

Iris sari

South Wraxall residents are encouraged to come and have a look at the nursery, as the gate will be open for guided tours by the owner, Tom Mitchell, at 10.30am and 4pm. It is a rare chance to see what has been happening here over the last 5 years and pick Tom’s brains on the rare plants on show.


Arisaema sikokianum

Help  is need to keep an eye on the plants, serve tea and coffee,  show guests where things are, and maybe carry plants. Helen would also like to hear from volunteers with a car who may be able to bring some people through Cumberwell Golf Course to the nursery. The golf course has allowed the use of its car park and road for the day, and Rosie at Cherry Orchard has also agreed to allow her drive to be used as a direct route to the nursery.


Arisaema ringens

Helen needs 3 or 4 people, between the hours of 10am and 4pm or 5pm. As a token of of gratitude, each volunteer will receive plants from the nursery to the value of £30.

If anyone is interested in giving a hand, please email Helen@evolution-plants.com.

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