THERE was a great turnout at St Cyrus Flower show last Sunday, both of spectators and exhibits.
The tearoom was also busy as the hot weather warmed up the building.
Best garden - Robert and Isobel Smith; best flower garden - Alec and Evelyn Wood; best vegetable garden - George Anderson; best container - Ian and Kirsteen Hourston; best water feature - Kathleen Masson; best kept garden - Ian and Carol Henderson.
Children’s and youth sections
P1/2 - 1, Sophie Clifton; 2, Josh Morley; 3, Rose Wilson; P3/4 1, Fergus Clifton; P5/6 Shannon Stewart; P7/S1 Emma Christie. Youth club senior - Joe Docherty; Youth club junior - 1, Kirsty Dewars; 2, Rebecca Foster; 3, Hollie Dunn. Junior section (primary) - 1, Connor Jenkins; 2, Arran Skene; 3, Charlotte Jenkins.
Trophy and class winners
Most points overall - 1, Margaret Hadden; 2, Isobel Smith; 3, Kirsteen Hourston: vegetables - 1, J. Forsyth; 2, George Anderson; 3, Robert Smith: cut flowers - 1, Isobel Smith; 2, Kirsteen Hourston; 3, Heather Jenkins: fruit - 1, Pete Babbs; 2, Isobel Smith; 3, John Sparrow: pot plants - 1, Kirsteen Hourston; 2, Ian Henderson; 3, Isobel Smith: floral art 1, Kathleen Masson; 2, Claire Smyth; 3, Linda Babbs.
Industrial - 1, Ann Coutts; 2, Margaret Hadden; 3, Carol Henderson: baking - 1, Helen Keith; 2, Margaret Hadden; 3, Eileen Anderson: preserves - 1, Helen Keith; 2, Mary Singleton; 3, Margaret Hadden.
Most points roses - 1 (equal), Kirsteen Hourston and Heather Jenkins: most points marigolds - Ian Henderson: most points carnations - 1 (equal), Kathleen Masson and Wendy Sparrow: most points geranium, pelargonium, fushcia - 1 (equal), Ian Henderson and Isobel Smith: most points begonias - Ian Henderson: most points peas and beans - J. Forsyth: most points dahlias - J. Forsyth: senior citizens - Carol Henderson.