Roy would like to point out that Lyn’s pots are not in fact 150cm (5 feet) wide, but that the plants are 150cm in height. The original announcement is amended below to clarify the dimensions. The largest pots are 18 inches (46cm) wide by 13 inches (33cm) deep, but most are smaller than this.
We hope this will assure any hesitant carers.
Lyn Spencer-Mills has asked if we can find caring homes for the plants in her conservatory. Ken is currently in hospital having fallen and broken a hip and Lyn herself has to go into hospital on 25th of this month and in both their absences the plants will receive no care whatsoever.
There are good and interesting plants available and these are listed below. Any arrangements to take them away will need to be made before the end of next week, so quick responses are essential. Lyn has said that any donations for the plants should go to Group funds. Please contact me (Roy Stickland) urgently if you are interested in helping this humane cause (email; email@example.com or phone 01934 843280). A few plants have already been spoken for, those remaining are as follows:
- Hibiscus rosa sinensis, assorted colours, biclours, singles and doubles
- 2 pots X 150cm tall (5 feet tall)
- 8 pots X 80cm – 100cm (2.5 – 3 feet tall)
- Sansevieria ; 5 trifasciata and 1 large trifasciata ‘Black Gold’
- Amorphophallus Konjac
Roy Stickland, Chairman