Cheltenham Horticultural Society members will be filling the town’s Pittville Pump Room with the scents and colours of spring this week.
Daffodils, hyacinths, alpines, tulips and primroses will be displayed at the annual spring show on Sunday April 3.
Classes cover container-grown plants, vegetables and cut flowers and there are also contest for photography, cookery and floral art.
Alongside the show, there will be plant sales, crafts and refreshments. The show runs from noon to 3.30pm and admission is £2, with entry free for children under 16.
The society was formed in 1942 as part of the Dig for Victory campaign and has been holding shows in the town for more than 75 years. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at Century Hall, Shurdington.