03:00PM, Sunday 18 June 2017
Colourful blooms were judged at a flower show on Sunday, June 11.
The Windsor and Slough Chrysanthemum, Fuchsia and Pelargonium Society held the show at Gardeners Hall in St Leonards Road, Windsor.
Exhibitors travelled from far including Peter Waving from Taunton, Devon, who won the Queen Elizabeth Cup and the Albert Hockley Challenge Cup.
Newcomer Denis Collman won novice and intermediate cups.
The club's treasurer Liz Gray said: "Attendance from the public was poor but flower lovers missed a treat, there was a great display of colourful flowers."
The next show will be on August 12 at 2pm with mainly fuchsias on show.
There will also be plants for sale a raffle and refreshments.
The society is looking for new members and meetings once a month with experts on hand to advise on growing.
Membership costs £7 for one year or £10 for two.
Anyone interested in joining the group can get in touch with Sid Garcia at email@example.com or on 01753 546 815.
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