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' Why Flower-Shows ? '
R. J. Seviour , W. Gullick ,
J. J. Wood , D. Harris
A discussion between an exhibitor, a judge, a critic of flower-shows, and a gardening expert
It is not too early to be thinking about flower shows, and January is the month when most people are planning their gardening schedules. No subject in gardening is more controversial than flower shows, and this will be a candid and constructive discussion.
The three people whom
David Harris is bringing to the microphone all feel strongly one way or another on the matter. R. J. Seviour , an exhibitor, comes from Bridgwater ; \V. Gullick, who judges exhibits, from Salisbury ; and J. J. Wood, who has doubts about the value of flower shows, comes from Bristol.


Unknown: R. J. Seviour
Unknown: W. Gullick
Unknown: J. J. Wood
Unknown: D. Harris
Unknown: David Harris
Unknown: R. J. Seviour


A Brief Revue
Book and lyrics by Dorothy Worsley
Music by Mai Jones with Harry Evans
Elsie Eaves
George Holloway and Dorothy Holloway
Produced by Leslie Bridgmont


Unknown: Dorothy Worsley
Music By: Mai Jones
Unknown: Harry Evans
Unknown: Elsie Eaves
Unknown: George Holloway
Unknown: Dorothy Holloway
Produced By: Leslie Bridgmont


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