P/F Championship Winner for 2019 is once again "Bill Seagrave".
Being a member of the GNCS can bring many benefits to anyone interested in Dianthus, our members are a mine of information on Carnations and Pinks. Included with your membership there is our well received yearbook, filled with information from the Carnation world, we try to include articles from renowned growers and hybridists.
We hold six meetings a year during Spring and Summer which are free of charge, members get together over a cup of tea or coffee and discuss their problems and triumphs, we also have slide shows and talks to help members improve their growing skills and knowledge.
We also hold three shows a year in association with Dobbies where members can exhibit their blooms or stems, included in all shows are Novice Classes where beginners are encouraged to show if they so wish.
Maintained by Dennis Price & KJ Mastaglio
To avoid clutter on the homepage news or new items will be detailed on the Club News 1 page with this link
Latest news update 18/06/2021
(Update on meetings)
We are intending to complete a range of short video clips these will eventually cover growing, propagating and showing carnations and pinks. Our first clip is on taking PF cuttings and can be located on the tips for novices page. Or use There is no sound to this clip but we intend to add sound when needed.
Your feedback is essential on these clips so we will know if they are of any use to members, please send your feedback to me [email protected] or through the contact page on this website
If you aren't sure whether your subs are due or haven't been paid please contact Audrey.
The 2022 Yearbook is now being compiled to ensure you receive a copy please make sure your Subscription is up to Date.
Will Members Please note:
Due to the ongoing concerns some members have with Coronavirus especially the Delta variant we have decided to cancel the AGM scheduled for October. The society will now hold the AGM on the 1st March 2022. We hope to see some of you then.
Best wishes to all and take care.
Dennis & Keith