Florists in Truro, NS
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Truro Flower Shops
546 Prince St
Truro, NS B2N1G1
Truro NS News
Apr 1, 2016
What to expect at Cornwall Spring Flower Show
Tom Clarke, head gardener at Trelissick, near Truro: "Garden manager John Lanyon and I will be setting up the display together and all the National Trust gardens in Cornwall will contribute.
The flowers and shrubs we choose will depend on what's looking at its best at the time and that, of course, is down to the weather. I love large-leaf rhododendrons, especially those that come from the Himalayas, where hundreds of different varieties grow. I've visited the region three times. Temperate Asian flora do very well in Cornish gardens and are wonderful additions."
Richard Morton, head gardener at Trewidden, near Penzance: "At this year's show I'll be judging the magnolia and rhododendron classes and giving a master class on magnolias.
Spring comes early in the west of Cornwall so we open Trewidden garden in February when our magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias are beginning to look their best.
We have some very fine specimens and are adding to our collection all the time but, by April when the show takes place, most of them have gone over so we don't have a stand. I've been judging at the event for seven years and really enjoy it. The highlight was co-judging with Roy Lancaster two years ago – that was very special."
Lottie Allen, head gardener at St Michael's Mount. "For this year's Spring Flower Show I'm giving a talk and will no doubt use a few of our friendlier plants to demonstrate the Mount's plant collection.
In addition the team from St Michael's Mount will be working with the other Cornish National Trust gardens to put on a seasonal display in kee... (Plymouth Herald)