Lindsey lauded for best artistic design


Best of Show for Artistic Design was exhibited by Connie Lindsey, a member of the Deer Creek Daisies Garden Club, at the Fayette County Fair. The name of this class was “Tin Can Alley.” Lindsey used various sizes of vegetable tin cans: peanut can and tuna fish can, some with the lids left on. Most of the flowers came from her personal flower gardens which included cat tails, sunflowers, hosta, northern sea oats, seeded eucalyptus, yarrow, lantana, lamb’s ear, and a country side favorite, Queen Ann’s Lace.


Courtesy photo | Deer Creek Daisies Garden Club

Best of Show for Artistic Design was exhibited by Connie Lindsey, a member of the Deer Creek Daisies Garden Club, at the Fayette County Fair. The name of this class was “Tin Can Alley.” Lindsey used various sizes of vegetable tin cans: peanut can and tuna fish can, some with the lids left on. Most of the flowers came from her personal flower gardens which included cat tails, sunflowers, hosta, northern sea oats, seeded eucalyptus, yarrow, lantana, lamb’s ear, and a country side favorite, Queen Ann’s Lace.

Best of Show for Artistic Design was exhibited by Connie Lindsey, a member of the Deer Creek Daisies Garden Club, at the Fayette County Fair. The name of this class was “Tin Can Alley.” Lindsey used various sizes of vegetable tin cans: peanut can and tuna fish can, some with the lids left on. Most of the flowers came from her personal flower gardens which included cat tails, sunflowers, hosta, northern sea oats, seeded eucalyptus, yarrow, lantana, lamb’s ear, and a country side favorite, Queen Ann’s Lace.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/07/web1_LindseyBestofShowArtisticDesignpiccol.jpgBest of Show for Artistic Design was exhibited by Connie Lindsey, a member of the Deer Creek Daisies Garden Club, at the Fayette County Fair. The name of this class was “Tin Can Alley.” Lindsey used various sizes of vegetable tin cans: peanut can and tuna fish can, some with the lids left on. Most of the flowers came from her personal flower gardens which included cat tails, sunflowers, hosta, northern sea oats, seeded eucalyptus, yarrow, lantana, lamb’s ear, and a country side favorite, Queen Ann’s Lace. Courtesy photo | Deer Creek Daisies Garden Club