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AGS Shows: East Lancs Show B&C Sections

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Started by: Mel Linney

This show had a good B&C section and some excellent plants. Here are just a few.

Go to latest contribution by Mel Linney, 16 April 2008, 09:30. Go to bottom of this page.

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Contribution from Mel Linney 15 April 2008, 22:02top / bottom of page
This is a nice Androsace villosa from Trevor Harding.
This is a nice Androsace villosa from Trevor Hardi

Contribution from Mel Linney 15 April 2008, 22:13top / bottom of page
Next a nice Fritillaria from John Lee
Next a nice Fritillaria from John Lee
Now another bulbous plant, Narcissus 'curlylocks' from John Bunn.
Now another bulbous plant, Narcissus 'curlylocks'
The 19cm three pan class.

This set from Mel & Elaine Linney which helped them win the Mona Knowles Trophy for most points in B section. The plants are Anemone 'Bowles Purple', Lewisia tweedyi 'Rosea' & Anemone 'Vestal'.

The 19cm three pan class.
Another three pan, this time from Peter Farkash.

Plants are Trillium rivale, Fritillaria kotschyana 'Grandiflora' & Fritillaria bucharica.

Another three pan, this time from Peter Farkash.
This is a superb Lewisia tweedyi 'Rosea' From Margaret Pickering.

To see how it has developed check the picture in the North Midland report. This plant won the Merlewood Trophy for Margaret and quite rightly so.

This is a superb Lewisia tweedyi 'Rosea' From Marg
The C section ( nothing to do with child birth).

This section was dominated by Barbara Hoyle who put on some excellent plants. Lets start with her best in section. Fritillaria thungergia.

The C section ( nothing to do with child birth).
Another bulbous plant a nice Narcissus.
Another bulbous plant a nice Narcissus.

And finally this fine Sebea thomassii from Barbara who also won the Eileen Lever Memorial Trophy.

Contribution from Mel Linney 16 April 2008, 09:30top / bottom of page
Here's one that slipped the net from Elizabeth Maddock.

Cyclamen pseudibericum.

Here's one that slipped the net from Elizabeth Mad


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