Cornwall’s Daffodil Families exhibition

Cornwall has a long association with daffodil growing. For more than 100 years, generations of flower growers have sown and harvested the earliest daffodils in the country.

Jean Carr has curated an exhibition at this year’s Falmouth Spring Flower Show to tell the story called ‘Then & Now: Cornwall’s Daffodil Families’. The show takes place at the Princess Pavilion, Falmouth on March 19/20.

The free exhibition ‘Then & Now: Cornwall’s Daffodil Families’, opens March 3 to 28 in the foyer of Falmouth’s Muncipal Buildings on The Moor as a curtain raiser for the Falmouth Spring Festival which begins March 10.

To read more about the exhibition in the Cornish newspaper “The Herald”  and view the photo gallery (which includes a picture of Society member Ron Scamp) Click Here

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