Westbury Town Hall was filled with people and flowers on Saturday for the garden club's summer flower show.
Westbury Garden Club patron David Pyke said it was good to see a big turn out despite one of the shows key exhibitors not being able to make it.
"We are down an exhibitor, a big exhibitor from St Helens Charlie and Lucy Smith," he said.
"He usually brings up to 100 blooms so to see the amount we've still got here and the quality with the number of exhibitors we've got it's excellent."
Even the kids could get involved with Devon Dahlia's putting up a $50 dollar prize for the children's competition.
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Mr Pyke said it was great the kids could be involved through the school challenge.
"We had 10 exhibitors with 20 flowers in the school challenge so we are very appreciative of that."
The club puts on two shows a year and Mr Pyke said they were among the best in the state for attendance and flower quality.
"We have two shows a year, a summer and a spring show, and I think probably they are the best one day shows in the state."
He said exhibitors come from all over the North of the state to participate.
This years focus was dahlia's but show conveyor Ros Groom said there were a wide variety of items on display including vegetables and displays from three guest nurseries.