A FORMER member of Dinnington Flower Club has bloomed at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Jonathan Moseley, 40, lead a team of 10 Yorkshire designers in creating the National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies’ stand at the show. The former Dinnington Comprehensive pupil and his team scooped a silver gilt award for their work.
The exhibit was based on Monet’s garden at Giverny with waterlilies and was 20ft square - and took hundreds of man hours to create. Margaret Kidger, chairman of Dinnington Floral Art Society, said the exhibit was ‘superb. They gained a silver gilt award which was richly deserved,” she added. “The portrayal of Monet’s garden used flowers in the most delicate shades of pinks, mauves, blues, etc and included the iconic bridge and water lilies. A breathtaking display.”