Five-year-old Marleigh Steer and her aunt Carla Harrison, both of east Langley, admired some of the cut flowers on display during for the recent Dahlia show at the George Preston Recreation Centre. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance)

PHOTOS: Tuber fans converge on Langley

The Fraser Valley Dahlia Society will be holding its next big event this spring in Brookswood.

Dozens of flower lovers participated in the recent Fraser Valley Dahlia Society’s show.

The event, featuring literally hundreds of Dahlia’s and other flowers, was held at the George Preston Recreation Centre in Brookswood.

It’s an annual fall show highlighting all that the growers are able to produce in their gardens.

The society’s next big event is their annual tuber sale on Saturday, April 14, running 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., again at George Preston Rec Centre.

 

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