Successful flower show in Potters Bar
KEEN gardeners were left in no doubt spring was upon them after attending a popular floral show.
The Potters Bar and District Horticultural Society’s annual spring show featured an impressive variety of seasonal floral arrangements.
Members staged more than 200 exhibits, some of which were prize winners, at the event held at the Elm Court Community Centre in Mutton Lane.
Among the winners was the society’s youngest member, Masie Green-Buck, who won the Jubilee Trophy for the best bloom in the daffodil classes, while Penny Newland won the Ison Cup for the total most points awarded in the floral classes.
Jenny Bertram won the Daffodil Trophy for the best exhibit.
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Trophies were presented by the society’s president Tony Harrison.
The society will hold its summer show on Saturday, July 2 and its autumn show on Saturday, September 10. Meetings are held fortnightly on Wednesday evenings at the Elm Court Community Centre starting at 8pm.
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For more information contact secretary Ruth Ackerley on 01707 665101.