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Tower Hill Botanic Garden, from the ‘Loading Dock’ side.
Tower Hill did an excellent job of promoting our National Show.
Setting up the hall at Tower Hill on Friday afternoon
It looks better with plants – 101 of them.
Early Saturday morning visitors became quite a crowd by noon.
Trophy Table. The ribbons dwarf some of the plants.
‘Harold’s Burgundy’ exhibited by Susan Schnare: Best Primrose Hybrid
‘Belarina Nectarine’ exhibited by Deborah Wheeler: Best Acaulis
‘Spring Pastel’ exhibited by Dorothy Swift: Best Polyanthus, and Best Garden Grown Plant.
‘Radical Red’, exhibited by Dorothy Swift: Best Cowichan
Auricula exhibited by Bruce Lockhart : Best Seedling
P. denticulata section, with P. kisoana and the P. rosea exhibited by Marion Stafford: Best Species Plant
To be named ‘Lydia Jane’, the self auricula cross between ‘Moonglow’ and ‘Twiggy’. Exhibited by Judith Sellers: Best in Show
Presentations and Plant Sales appealed to droves of garden visitors as well as Primula enthusiasts.
The vendors enjoyed a successful weekend, starting beginning even before 8 on Saturday morning.
A corner of the Seven States Daffodil Society’s display room.