My own highlights from the day were as follows. First, seeing masses of snowdrops naturalised in grass, often alongside exquisite displays of Cyclamen coum and Cyclamen hederifolium. Secondly, discovering a few beauties: the genuinely honey-scented Galanthus S. Arnott; G. 'Hippolyta', which was notably vigorous and healthy; and G. 'Lady Elphinstone,' a double with pale yellow markings on the inners. See below.
Thirdly and finally, Emma Thick solved a conundrum that had been bothering me for some time. She believes that when bulbs become too congested, they "rise to the surface." This winter I found masses of large bulbs lying on the ground near clumps of congested snowdrops, and wondered if I had been careless lifting and moving them last year. On the contrary, I suspect now that I hadn't divided all of the clumps, and they were in effect doing it for me.
A great day for snowdrop lovers. Well done to Chris Horsfall, Head Gardener, for organising it.