1st Place with 72 points:

From godsaegaren: "Oxalis laciniata, one of the most beautiful flowers in the rock garden. The original extremely small rhizome I got from Peter Korn in Gothenburg, Sweden."

2nd Place with 60 points:

From sunkissed: "African Daisy opening"

3rd Place with 50 points:

From avidreaders: "Poppy"

Runner Up with 39 points:

From BobCaiystane: "Crocosmia 'Lucifer' can assume many pleasing forms - getting a sympathetic background is crucial."

Runner Up with 30 points:

From Cheddarchick: "Coming in for a landing on a tasty coneflower"

Runner Up with 27 points:

From Tellurian: "Mother and the Acetosella Haight Ashbury Hibiscus."

Runner Up with 26 points:

From nutsaboutnature: "Aquilegia 'Clementine Red' - These plants have survived flooded flower beds and severe drought yet continue to thrive."

Runner Up with 25 points:

From palmbob: "Echinocereus dasyacanthus summer flowers"

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