The full results of this show may be seen by clicking here
Michael Baxter’s excellent photographs of the Best Blooms are shown below
Other interesting flowers were
The two main collection classes, both won by Brian Duncan
Do you grow the following flower? It is ‘Pincambo’ raised by Brian Duncan and registered as a 2Y-P
There were two examples of the flower in the show, both of which measured (by several mm) as a Division 1. What is your experience of the flower?
Two flowers were taken to the RHS Daffodil and Tulip Committee and were awarded Award of Merit for show. They were ‘Cape Point’ and ‘Dainty Miss’, shown below.
A feature at the last two RHS shows has been the provision of well presented, easy-to-read information to help the visitors to the show to understand more about show daffodils. At the show at Vincent Square, Brian Duncan had provided the text for several small information boards placed around the show to highlight growing and showing tips.
At this show, Christine Skelmersdale had provided living material showing the development of the daffodil from the early Victorian times to the present day. Pictures are shown below, click on them to increase the size.
Finally, a few people
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Last but not least. How often have you heard an exhibitor say “there wouldn’t be a show without us exhibitors”?
There certainly wouldn’t be a show without the people who do all the work behind the scenes, and far too often have to clear up the mess left by the exhibitors. Thank you Georgina (Barter) and Vic (Coe) for all your efforts during the 2012 show season.