Chryston & District Horticultural Society’s 2014 show was held recently and exhibitors produced a spectacular event.
The show was held in Chryston High School and the hall was ablaze with colour and fantastic fruit and veg.
Chryston & District Horticultural Society’s is one of the oldest in the area.
Results fromthe 2014 show were:
Dahlias: 3 vase, best exhibit, Jack Baird Trophy - Ian Turner, Grangemouth. 32 points prize, McLay Rose Bowl - John Jack, Airdrie. Best vase, SNCD Medal - John Jack, Airdrie.
Roses: Points prize, Gartcosh Works SC Rose Bowl - Mrs A Low, Glasgow.
Cut Flowers: Points prize, James Faulds Cup - Gordon Blair, Denny.
Gladioli: Points prize, McGurk Trophy - Joanne Kelly, Coatbridge. Best exhibit, Clezy Trophy - Joanne Kelly, Coatbridge.
Vegetables: Points prize, Montgomery Cup - John Brown, Coatbridge. Best exhibit, Brodie Trophy - Maxwell Drummond, Lennoxtown. Best exhibit, Special Prize - Colin Campbell, Moodiesburn.
Pot Plants: Points prize, Alan Eaglesham Trophy - Errol Burchell, Lenzie. Best exhibit, Tom Clarke Trophy - Paul Malcolm, Kirkintilloch.
Fuchsias: Points prize, Cassidy Trophy - Aileen Foreman, Moodiesburn. Best exhibit, Bob Mansey Memorial Trophy - Aileen Foreman, Moodiesburn.
Novice: Vegetables, Ivie Cooper Cup - Amie Martin, Moodiesburn.
Children’s Section: Age 10 and over points prize, Medal - Susannah Osborne, Moodiesburn. Age 9 and under points prize, Medal - Abby Japp, Moodiesburn.
Schools Challenge: Inter Primary Schools Shield - Glenmanor Primary School.
Industrial: Points prize, Margaret Herbison Trophy - Frances McClinchey, Glenboig.
Handicrafts: Points prize, 9th District Trophy - Barbara Bryson, Airdrie.
Best Exhibit in Show: £25 Voucher donated by West Carlston Garden Centre, Torrance - Maxwell Drummond, Lennoxtown.