The exhibit had a large planting of Morris Irises and vases of Iris in a studio area, the garden and studio areas were enhanced by backdrops painted by Cherryl Fountain. (Cherryl has also worked on Gold Medal winning exhibits of Malmaison Carnations put up by Sarah’s husband Jim Marshall at the Hampton Court Flower Show, her work has been regularly exhibited in the RA summer exhibition)
Sarah says “it was a chance in a lifetime to be working with Howard Nurseries who have all the skills and experience to grow plants for showing. Without their input it would not be possible to showcase the work of such a renowned artist and Iris breeder. It is a thrill to be working with a Suffolk company (and a fellow ITFC supporter!)”
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