03:05AM, Thursday 19 September 2013
Extra tables had to be put out to accommodate all the entries at a late September flower show.
There were 136 entries, well up on last year's 80. The dahlias and chrysanthemums came in small, medium and large blooms with many vegetable entries too - necessitating the extra tables.
Ray Davies won three of the chrysanthemum trophies, Gordon Harberd two and Keith Durrant one.
The dahlia trophies were shared by Alec Parker, Mick Chatterton and Rob Wood, while Graham Talbot won the most points for vegetables.
The Deputy Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead Cllr John Lenton presented the cups.
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