Madeleine Tinson heralds huge success in Perth

The Grampian and Tayside Group celebrated Plant Heritage's 35th anniversary in style with Madeline Tinson holding a fantastic open weekend showcasing her Mylnefield Lilies which saw over 100 visitors during the weekend. See the weekend in pictures:

Madeleine gets ready to welcome visitors to her stunning garden.

Speaking opn the weekend Madeleine said: "We had two splendid days and all went well. The Lilies put on a good show, the weather was to good to be true and many visitors sat in the garden sipping tea and eating the cake."

The group had a birthday cake to celebrate the charity's 35th anniversary.

The Group sells plants to visitors.

Visitors learn more about the National Collection and Plant Heritage from a stunning
display of  boards errected for the weekend.

Visitors were wowed by Madeleine's garden over the weekend, which raised a staggering £506 for the charity! Huge thanks to Madeleine and the Grampian and Tayside Group for all their hard work.
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