Once more an excellent show at Leeds Paxton Society, one of the oldest horticultural societies in the North of England.
Three general views of the hall at Headingley, with the judge Steve Ryan shown below left with a daffodil badge in his buttonhole.
Class one for twelve cultivars had two good entries and was won by Barry Hogg with Christine Yeardley a close second. The two collections are shown below, with Barry’s entry on the left.
Class two for six cultivars had four entries with Chris Bone the winner, the right hand entry above. Second was John Freer, the middle six, and third Cristine Yeardley shown on the left.
Below on the left is ‘Greetham’ the Best Bloom in show chosen from Barry Hogg’s twelve in Class one.
On the right is ‘Trumpet Warrior’, Christine Yeardley’s Best Bloom from classes 4 to 26.
Christine is very good in three bloom classes, and two of these were winners, three ‘Segovia’ left below and in the class for one each from Divisions 1, 2 and 3 below right.
Last but not least was an excellent winning pot of ‘Tahiti’ shown by A Spence.