Excerpt from The Garden, 1884, Vol. 26: An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Horticulture in All Its Branches
When will cut-¿ower exhibitions alter their stereotyped character? We begin to despair of ever seeing a de parture from the conventional track. At the evening fete in Reg... ent's Park, the other night, there was the same unmeaning style carried out in all but a few instances. Whether this state of things is due to a lack of originality on the part of the competitors, or to the encouragement given by the judges, it is hard to say. It was, however, evident last Wednesday evening that there was an inoch sistency on the part of the judges, for whilst simplicity of arrangement was encouraged in one case, complicated arrangement, which everybody by this time is well-nigh tired of, met with an equal amount of favour.
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