Looking in on Trelawny Flower Show
Inclement weather did not dampen the impressive turnout and excellent displays at the Trelawny Horticultural Society's Annual Flower Show at Hague Primary School on Sunday. "The highlight of the show, to me, is the large variety that is derived from scientific methods," says flower farmer Carl Cuff. According to Mr. Cuff, this means that persons are putting more into horticulture than just the basics. Another deviation from the norm was the large attendance of men, who were equally purchasing items as their female counterparts. The flower show was also used as a competition with 12 categories, and Donna Reid, president of the Trelawny Horticultural Society, concluded that "The show was of a high standard."