Inside the Floral Marquee was a mass of colour. The diascias above were a beautiful shape and a good example of what can be achieved when you know what you are doing!
The pelagoniums (or geraniums as they are commonly called) were really bright and vivid. I bought a small plant of one of the cerise pink ones at the centre right (Penny Dixon) as I couldn't resist the colour.
The rocket-like spires of lupins were amazing and elegant and the colours were blended together with an expert eye.
Of course, I had to include clematis as it is one of my favourite plants. The above display won a gold medal and it was well deserved. If only my clematis looked as good as these.
And finally for this post, more elegant spires of colour, this time, delphiniums. I do admire these in other people's gardens, but have had no luck with them in my own due to slugs and snails. As they take a good deal of time and effort to look this good, I'm probably better to continue admiring them from afar.