FROM bright yellow dahlias to floral art, a horticultural show brightened up a church hall.
Fareham Horticultural Association held its annual show on Saturday with a range of flowers, fruit and vegetables and floral art on show for visitors to enjoy.
There was also different types of honey entered as well as home-made crafts and cakes.
The show, held at St John’s Church Hall, in Upper St Michaels Grove, has been going for more than 100 years.
Ruth Clothier, who has been a member for the past two years, said: ‘It was a wonderful day.
‘There was so much to see and everyone entered some great pieces.
‘The dahlias were beautiful and were my favourite of the whole day.
‘Their colours were amazing and there were so many of them.
‘The art was also brilliant and everything entered was of a high standard.
‘It was a great show.’
The Fareham and District Beekeepers Association also took part in the show and had more than 100 entries in the honey category.
Ray Cleal, treasurer, said it was an enjoyable event.
‘The afternoon was brilliant,’ he said.
‘We always hold our show with the horticultural association and we were well supported this year.
‘We had more than 100 entries.’
Ruth added: ‘It is great that we can share the show with the beekeepers’ association because it adds more range.’