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Tabledance wins first place in Lily League
The election of the most beautiful 50 lily varieties took place in honor of the Dutch Lily Days. The event was held for the seventh time this year. At thirteen locations in the Netherlands, breeders and exporters had opened their doors. From June 6th till 9th, visitors were introduced to the new varieties of the future. They were also asked to vote for their lily preferences in a top 10 contest. The Lily League, an initiative by Onings Holland, received many great responses.
Colorful poster with 50 lily varieties
Voting could be done on location or at www.lilyleague.com. After processing all submissions, the top 3 appeared to be formed by Tabledance, Zambesi and Bellville.
The lily-top fifty of the Dutch Lily Days 2017 will be transformed into a colorful poster. The poster is available through Onings Holland and will be sent by request.
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