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PHOTOS: Virtual North Delta garden show winners announced

The 2022 Sunshine Hills Virtual Garden Show ran June 22-26, with prizes awarded June 28

Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 Sunshine Hills Virtual Garden Show.

In all, 46 local gardeners submitted entries across 12 categories, giving the panel of local judges — Rica Vinluan of event sponsor Edward Jones, Alex Ovies of event sponsor Natural Focus Foods, 2021 winner Heather Roscoe Neidig, Myrna Webster, Sharon Butterfield Parker and Sharon Bossoms — hundreds of photos to choose from.

Each adult category winner received a $25 Home Depot card compliments of the Neighbourhood Small Grants program and another gift generously donated by one of the several local businesses and artists who supported this year’s show: Darrell Poetker of ReMax Performance Realty, La Belle Fleur Floral Boutique, Back Porch Bees, Cards by Donna, A Few of my Favorite Things Crafts, Angela Suzanne Designs, How Sweet It Is Cakes, Edward Jones, Kindred Colours, Haike Tremblay, Karen Orso, Pork Mafia, Natural Focus Foods and Fine Lime Designs Illustrations.

As well, each of the four Youth category entries was awarded a $20 prize.

So without further ado, here are the winners of the 2022 Sunshine Hills Virtual Garden Show:

• Best of Show: Deb Gottschalk

• Vegetables – Beginner (1-3 years of experience): Steve Damiano, Alice Chien

• Upcycling: Myrna Webster

• Perennial Garden: Leanne Trepke

• Backyard Oasis: Carole Dalgeish

• Container Garden: Nancy Pyke

• Birds and Bees: Michelle Sutter

• Evergreen Delight: Craig Robinson

• Frontyard Landscaping: Michelle Steer Johnson

• Flowers Flowers: Ranjit Kaur, Monica Reyes

• Favourite Feature: Marianne Chomiak

• Fairy Garden: Karen Ostrom

• Youth (under 16 years old): Mari, Adalyn, Annika and Carston (last names not given)

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