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AGS Shows: Malvern show 2009

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Contribution from Michael McLoughlin 09 May 2009, 22:58top / bottom of page

Just got back from a long day at Malvern, a very early start and late finish.

So just a couple of shots of the benches and one of the Farrer winning Androsace from Claire Oates.

Hopefully more pics tomorrow.

Contribution from Martin Rogerson 10 May 2009, 11:09top / bottom of page

Thnaks Mick, when you can't get there you realise how strong the addiction is...can't wait for more pictures and the low down on who won what.

Martin

Contribution from Michael McLoughlin 10 May 2009, 18:52top / bottom of page

No further additions? I'll carry on with some more pics of mine then, just ones that caught my eye and in no particular order.

Sorry thought the picture name would appear that was the 6 pan entry from one continent.

Next Podophyllum delavayi

Cypripedium pubescens

Cypripedium calceolus

Contribution from Michael McLoughlin 10 May 2009, 20:51top / bottom of page

Ranunculus oreophilus

Contribution from Colin Dolding 10 May 2009, 23:01top / bottom of page
A few more photographs from Malvern

Here are a few of my favourites, several from B section. A good show this year well supported by both entrants and public.

First one, a rather hirsute Meconopsis from Michael and Mandy McLoughlin.

A few more photographs from Malvern

A fantastic Lewisia columbiana shown by Lorraine Birchall.

Another hairy subject! A Lamium this time (i.d on second photo)

Another one from the rare section, i.d on second photo.

A Notothlaspi in the rare section.

Close up of Ranunculus seguieri.

Rhodohypoxis thodiana, beautifully scented.


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