…even if it’s sooooo cold and there are reports of snow on the tops. It’s here because we’ve just had the Spring Show.
Admittedly there wasn’t a single entry in the tulip class this year, and there was a marked absence of white daffodils, but the show was still spectacular.
The sweetest little bowl of pushkinia (‘any other flowering bulbs/corms in a pot’) won best in show:
So unusual, and so perfect.
The flower arranging was particularly well supported this year – check out the photographs in the gallery below – but there were also a lot of entries in other classes, especially the species, dwarf and miniature daffodils class.
(Last year, this class was comparatively light, so we’d allocated it a smaller space. We had to move it to a larger table – and even so this was taken before everyone had brought their entires in. An amazing variety!)
Here are a gallery of images from the day. Just click on one for a slideshow, where you’ll see the captions fully (and click on the little X at the top to return to the post). There are some more on our Facebook page, too, which is here.