Monday 26 June 2017

The Pelargonium &Geranium Society National Pelargonium Show 2017

Our Show this year was held in the new hall at RHS Rosemoor.    It is a splendid facility and showed the plants off to their very best.   We had record entries and the standard was extremely high.  

Angel Pelargonium "Quantock Monty" - won Best New Seedling for Keith Bush who grew
 the plant on for the late Ken Dymond and named for his first great grandson.

Angel Pelargonium "Quantock Monty"
Zonal Pelargonium "Bembridge" won Best in Show for Ian Anderson.


  1. How do they get every entry to be in the same exact pot?

    1. Hi Aprille - all pots in our shows have to be in a terracotta colour pot. All 'terracotta' plastic pots sold in this country are the same colour. They also have to be set in a saucer. Size of pots are determined by the class of plant. Hope this helps. Gwen

  2. Quantock Monty is named after Ken's first great grandson not grandson as described.


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