Tar­bert Gar­den com­pe­ti­tion re­sults

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Tar­bert Hor­ti­cul­tural So­ci­ety un­for­tu­nately had to dis­con­tinue its an­nual flower show, but has kept the gar­dens com­pe­ti­tion alive.

The Tar­bert gar­dens have now been judged, and ap­pro­pri­ate tro­phies awarded as fol­lows:

The Har­vey Bowl for the best over-all gar­den was awarded to Hi­lary Sin­clair, Four Winds, who had a fine dis­play of both veg­eta­bles and flow­ers.

The Ar­gyll and Bute Tro­phy for the best hous­ing scheme gar­den goes to Du­gald Black, whose dis­play of roses in Church Ter­race was ex­cep­tional dur­ing this year’s long warm sum­mer.

The Flora McColl Cup for the best small gar­den has been won by Elma Mac­Don­ald, who has cre­ated a niche cor­ner at the en­trance to her house at the Old Po­lice Sta­tion, which bright­ens that part of the vil­lage.

The many hang­ing bas­kets, noted at var­i­ous points around Tar­bert, also came in for favourable com­ment.

Thanks are due to Ian McLach­lan for or­gan­is­ing this year’s judg­ing.

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