Garden enthusiasts flock to Exmouth
GARDEN enthusiasts flocked to Exmouth s Elizabeth Hall last weekend. Scores of people went to the hall for the Exmouth Garden Club 2009 Autumn Show, on Saturday, September 12. The club secretary, Michael Gittins, of Halsdon Avenue, said: The show itself
GARDEN enthusiasts flocked to Exmouth's Elizabeth Hall last weekend.
Scores of people went to the hall for the Exmouth Garden Club 2009 Autumn Show, on Saturday, September 12.
The club secretary, Michael Gittins, of Halsdon Avenue, said: "The show itself was a wonderful success in part because of the number of people who came to see what the club had done.
"It was a glorious day and Elizabeth Hall sparkled particularly with the chrysanthemums and dahlias."
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The show had a number of classes for people to enter including flower arrangements, fruit, vegetables, home produce and there was a special section for young people.
John Patrick won the most points in the show. Barbara Reid was successful in the female category.
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Elizabeth Cope scooped the flower arranging prize; John Dyer won in the chrysanthemums section, John Patrick in dahlias and other flowers, Gale Cann in the roses category and Chris Logan in best pot plant.
The best novice vegetable title went to Charlotte and Alexander Quaife. Best home produced item was won by Michael Gittins and the best children's entry went to Charlotte Quaife.