2019 Spring Flower Show and Tea

 

The Flower Show provides an opportunity to display and view examples of the many beautiful flowers and plants grown in the Valley, as well as floral designs and garden photographs. This is an open show, and all entries are welcome. There is no entry fee.

The Spring Show Schedule provides all of the details needed to prepare and stage exhibits for entry, including Entry Classes, Show Rules, Show Tips, Definitions, and a summary of Trophies and Awards.

Click here for the Volunteer List.  

A special Thank You to these local businesses who are contributing door prizes in support of the show!

2019 Show Schedule

CLICK to Print Entry Forms


You may find the following articles very helpful in preparing for the show!

We invite and welcome entries from the public to all competitive classes of the Flower Show. There is no charge to enter. Please review the schedule and if you have any questions, please send an email or phone the convener.

cvgcspringshow@gmail.com phone number  250-246-4291 Don


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Enjoy these images from our 2018 Flower Show and Tea

(photographer: Willie Harvie)


 History of the Event 

The Cowichan Valley Garden Club’s first Spring Flower Show took place in 1960, and annual spring flower shows and plant sales have been held in different forms and at many different locations in Duncan ever since. For 2015, it was decided to hold two separate events, The Plant Sale on April 11th., and the Flower Show on May 30th.
The Show and Sale has been the Club’s major annual public event, anticipated and attended by gardeners and plant lovers throughout the Cowichan Valley and beyond. Last year, more than 50 Club members volunteered to make the Show a success.

The Flower Show provides an opportunity to display and view examples of the many beautiful flowers and plants grown in the Valley, as well as floral designs and garden photographs. This is an open show, and all entries are welcome. There is no entry fee.
The Schedule for the Spring Show, provides all of the details needed to prepare and stage exhibits for entry.
Judging is done by members of the Vancouver Island Horticultural Judging Group.


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