Welcome to this week’s Plant Exchange Blog. We hope you will enjoy this display of beautiful plants of the Yankton area and evident skills of flower and garden show entrants.
Town and Country Garden Club of the Yankton area held their annual “Flower and Vegetable Show” at the Yankton Community Library earlier this summer. All in the region were invited to enter the judged design and horticulture categories. Club members also participated.
Below are entries judged by Town and Country Garden Club as best meeting the entry criteria. See the Final Show Results that follow the photos.
Connie Zimmerman of Yankton won the Houseplant Design category.
Linda Richards of Yankton won Best of Show and the Lemonade Design category with her entry.
Tony Ellis of Yankton won the Three Like Blooms Horticulture category.
Donna Ellis of Yankton won the Farmers Market Design category.
Connie Zimmerman of Yankton won the High Tea Design category.
Paul Wentzlaff of Mission Hill won the Best of Show and the Single Bloom Horticulture with his entry.
Suzanne Preszler of Yankton won the Vegetables and Fruits Horticulture category.
Donna Ellis of Yankton won the Fairie Garden Design category.
R. Goeden’s tomato salsa won the Canned Horticulture category.
These are some other entries that also appeared in the show.
Malabar spinach was entered by Sarala Somepalli.
Fairie garden was entered by Donna Anstine.
This Crazy Creepy Critters was entered by Betts Pulkrabek.
Miniatures was entered by Donna Anstine.
Farmers’ Market was entered by Betts Pulkrabek.
Lemonade was entered by Donna Anstine.
Miniatures was entered by Connie Zimmerman.
Yankton Area Flower and Vegetable Show Results
Design Best of Show: Linda Richards, Yankton
Horticulture Best of Show: Paul Wentzlaff, Mission Hill
Category Top Honors:
1: “Lemonade” –Linda Richards, Yankton
2: “Farmers Market” –Donna Ellis, Yankton
3: “High Tea” –Connie Zimmerman, Yankton
4: “Miniature” –Betts Pulkrabek, Tabor
6: “Fairie Gardens” –Tony Ellis, Yankton
8: “Any Single Bloom: –Paul Wentzlaff, Mission Hill
9: “Three Like Blooms” –Tony Ellis, Yankton
10: “House Plants” –Connie Zimmerman, Yankto
11: “Vegetables or Fruits” –Suzanne Preszler, Yankton
12: “Canned” –R. Goeden
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