Cupar’s Corn Exchange is looking blooming lovely.
Cupar and District Floral and Horticultural Society opened its annual flower show, with exhibits of flowers, vegetables and crafts on display, on Saturday morning.
There were a range of classes, from cut flowers to floral art, and wine to a children’s section for younger green fingered entrants.
New to the show this year was a novice section and Bonsai classes.
One of the winners was Aimee Collins from Cupar, whose orange bird in a pineapple caught the eye of the judges.