Margaret Glynn Obituary, Member Of Alpine Garden Society Ulster Has Died

Margaret Glynn Obituary, Death – It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Margaret Glynn, a beloved member of the Alpine Garden Society. Margaret’s departure on Monday has left a void that will be deeply felt by our society, especially in Ulster, where she played a pivotal role as the Treasurer for many years.

Margaret was more than just a dedicated treasurer; she was an exceptional organizer who orchestrated some of our most cherished and unforgettable trips. Her meticulous planning and commitment to ensuring the success of these excursions left a lasting impression on all who had the privilege of joining her on these botanical adventures.

Margaret’s contributions extended beyond her role in our society. Together with her late husband, Louis, she transformed Brocklamont House in Ballymena into a horticultural masterpiece. This enchanting garden, which they lovingly nurtured, became a haven for AGS members and gardening enthusiasts from both near and far. It stands as a testament to their shared passion for creating beauty from the soil.

Margaret was also known for her enthusiasm for snowdrops (Galanthus), earning her the title of a “galanthophile.” In her dedication to this delicate flower, she discovered and named the Galanthus ‘Brocklamont Seedling,’ a testament to her love for and connection to her garden.

Margaret’s legacy within the Alpine Garden Society and the broader gardening community will endure through the memories of her extraordinary contributions. Her warm spirit, dedication, and love for the natural world will continue to inspire all of us who had the privilege of knowing her.

Our thoughts and condolences go out to Margaret’s family and friends during this difficult time. As we reflect on her life and the beauty she brought to our world, may we find solace in the memories we shared with her.

Margaret Glynn’s legacy will bloom eternally in our hearts and gardens, a testament to her enduring passion for nature’s wonders. She will be dearly missed but never forgotten.

Rest in peace, Margaret.

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