Glen Innes' flower show had 440 entries despite a tough year of drought for gardeners

Andrew Messenger
Updated November 6 2019 - 11:56am, first published November 5 2019 - 12:00pm
Organiser Elizabeth Biddle said she was blown away to receive 440 plants entered compared to around 300 in 2018.
Organiser Elizabeth Biddle said she was blown away to receive 440 plants entered compared to around 300 in 2018.

Glen Innes' famous annual flower show was this year marred by both theft and drought, but overcame both cankers to become one of the most successful years on record.

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Andrew Messenger

Andrew Messenger

Northern Daily Leader journalist

Politics, environment and energy journalist at the Northern Daily Leader. I also write about health, bushfires and occasionally music. I'm a Brisbane boy by way of Charleville and Hobart who now lives in in beautiful New England. Get me at andrew.messenger@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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