People often wonder if there will be any daffodils to exhibit on the third weekend in April when many garden varieties are long past their best or dead.
This year, whilst some cultivars in the South of the country have finished flowering , exhibitors from the Midlands and the more northerly areas of the UK will still have plenty of flowers.
Different daffodils have different flowering times and there are also seasonal variations caused by light conditions and weather. Generally we would expect to see fewer large yellow trumpet daffodils but other colour combinations will be more plentiful. There will also be double daffodils , daffodils with pink in the cup and plenty of miniatures.
There are 138 classes for daffodil offering visitors a chance to see the best range of cultivars in every size and colour combination.
Come along and see for yourself on Saturday 19 at 12.00 noon until 5.00pm and Sunday 20 April 11.00am until 5.00pm.