Waubra Horticultural Society is re-vamping its spring show to broaden its appeal and the diversity of entries it receives, particularly in a regional and statewide context.

The show, to be held over the weekend of the 17-18th September will feature a focus on daffodils and floral art, with significant prize money for these sections.

Society President Tony McDonald said, “this years show provides the opportunity to both focus on these two themes as well as to attract a much broader and bigger class of entry to the show.”

“We hope to make the show a major feature of the calender for all the garden lovers from Bendigo, Ballarat, through to Colac as well as from Melbourne to Horsham”, Mr McDonald said.

Both individual and team entries are welcome and there is a special emphasis in the event for young up and coming apprentices in the floral art space.

“POWER BY NATURE” 
17-18 September 2016 
10am-4pm Saturday 
10am-3pm Sunday 
Open to: 
All horticultural societies, garden clubs and floral art groups; 
Individual members of floral art groups/societies and home gardeners; 
Florist apprentices (year 1-3 students) 

Total Prize Money $3000 

The schedule is available at www.waubra.org.au or on Facebook (Waubra & District Horticultural Society www.facebook.com/events/133282513757925).

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