The Fife and Kinross Chrysanthemum Championship calls for three vases of five blooms in distinct cultivars, the winner of this class is awarded the J. Miller Trophy. Four good entries in the class this year. In first place was Paul Barlow's entry of John Wingfield and the pink and candy sports. This entry was also judged Best Exhibit in Show. In second place was Malcolm Laing with vases of Malcolm Perkins, Billy Bell and Primrose Chessington. In third place, Tom Buchan from Fraserburgh, Tom's entry consisted of Carlene Welby, Wembley and John Wingfield.
In the class for six vases of five medium blooms just one entry from Paul Barlow to win the Centennial Shield with Cornetto, Rosa Hockedy, Fiona Lynn, Yellow John Wingfield, Carlene Welby (2).
The class for three vases of five blooms, medium, was also won by Paul Barlow with vases of Millennium, Chempak Rose and Purple Chempak Rose.
The class for three vases of three mediums was well contested with Dave Scott taking the honours with Cornetto, Millennium and Purple Chempak Rose
In the three vase class for exhibition sprays C Smith was successful with Oriel, Primrose and Honey Enbee Wedding.
The best vase in show was awarded to Jim Cathcart for his single vase of Cornetto.
A selection of pictures from the show. Click on the thumbnail image to reveal a larger version of the picture