CUT FLOWERS

Entry Fees: £1 per entry (unlimited)


Prizes: 

  • First - £4
  • Second - £3
  • Third - £2

Please state whether you wish to donate your exhibit for the auction.

Classes:

  • 241 - 15 Freesias - any colour.
  • 242 - 10 Annual calendula, any colour.
  • 243 - 5 Trusses Geraniums, single, one or more varieties.
  • 244 - 5 Trusses Geraniums, semi-double, one or more varieties.
  • 245 - 5 Trusses Geraniums, double, one or more varieties.
  • 246 - 5 Trusses Zinnias, any colour.
  • 247 - 5 Roses, any variety, in one vase.
  • 248 - 5 Roses floribunda in one vase, any variety.
  • 249 - 10 Standard Carnations, any colour.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  24/1 - 24/9.

  • 250 - 5 Spray Carnations, any colour.
  • 251 - 5 Pansies, in one vase, with its own foliage.
  • 252 - 5 Blooms Asters (Plume), mixed colours.
  • 253 - 5 Blooms Asters (Duchess), mixed colours.
  • 254 - 5 Blooms Asters (Princess), mixed colours.
  • 255 - 5 Blooms Asters (Single), mixed colours.
  • 256 - Vase of Asters arranged for effect, no more than 10 Blooms. Space 18".
  • 257 - 1 Vase Single Asters, not to exceed 5 blooms.
  • 258 - 1 Vase Double Asters, not to exceed 5 blooms.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  250 - 258.

  • 259 - 1 Dahlia, Giant Decorative or Cactus, over 10in.
  • 260 - 3 Dahlias, Large Decorative, over 8in., not usually over 10in.
  • 261 - 3 Dahlias, Medium Decorative, over 6in, not usually over 8in.
  • 262 - 5 Dahlias, Small Decorative, over 4in., not usually over 6in.
  • 263 - 5 Dahlias, Miniature Decorative, not usually over 4in.
  • 264 - 3 Dahlias, Large Cactus, over 8in. not usually over 10in.
  • 265 - 3 Dahlias, Medium Cactus, over 6in., not usually over 8in.
  • 266 - 5 Dahlias, Small Cactus, over 4in., not usually over 6in.
  • 267 - 5 Dahlias, Miniature Cactus, not usually over 4in.
  • 268 - 5 Dahlias, Ball, over 4in., not usually over 6in.
  • 269 - 5 Dahlias, Pompon, not over 2in.
  • 270 - 5 Dahlias, any other variety not mentioned.
  • 271 - Vase Dahlias, arranged for effect. Space 30in. (762mm).

(Name Dahlias, if possible, 259 - 271)

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  259 - 271.

  • 272 - Vase of 2 Hydrangeas, same variety.
  • 273 - Vase of African Marigold, any colour (5 in vase).
  • 274 - Vase of French Marigold, any colour (10 in vase).
  • 275 - Vase of Crocrosmia (Montbretias), any colour.
  • 276 - Vase of Sunflowers. Annual.
  • 277 - 2 Vases of Sweet Peas, in three different colours, not more than 20 stems in each vase.
  • 278 - Vase of Sweet Peas, any colour, with own foliage.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  272 - 278.

  • 279 - 1 Vase of Antirrhinums, 5 stems.
  • 280 - 1 Vase of Annuals.
  • 281 - Vase of Annuals, Scabious, Mixed.
  • 282 - Vase of mixed garden flowers, for effect. Space 30in. (762mm).
  • 283 - Vase of Chrysanthemums 5 stems.
  • 284 - 1 Vase of Perennials.
  • 285 - 5 Anemone.2865 Alstroemeria.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  279 - 286.

  • 287 - 3 Spikes of Gladioli, one variety.
  • 288 - 1 Vase of Gladioli 5 stems mixed.
  • 289 - Vase Fern.
  • 290 - Any entries not catered for.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  287 - 290.

 

FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS

Entry Fees: £1 per entry (unlimited).

 

Prizes: 

  • First - £4
  • Second - £3
  • Third - £2

Special prize: £5 and Cup for Best Exhibit in classes 312-320.
The Harold William Le Sauvage Perpetual Trophy presented for the best exhibit in classes 322 and 323.
The Joy Mosley Trophy for the best miniature in flower arrangers classes 313 and 314.
Trophy awarded for Best Exhibit in the (men only) classes: 143, 169 and 321.
N.B. A floral exhibit must be in Oasis or water.
Provided the area has been prepared, flower arrangers only may begin at 5 p.m. on Tuesday evening.
Please indicate on your envelope whether you wish to donate your exhibit for the auction.

Classes:

  • 312 - A Corsage and Gent's Buttonhole. Space 15" (381 mm).
  • 313 - "Breakfast" - an exhibit not to exceed 9" (229mm) in height, depth or width.
  • 314 - "A Hidden Gem" - an exhibit not to exceed 4" (102mm) in height, depth or width.
  • 315 - Miniature Garden on a plate. Space 15" (381mm).
  • 316 - "Minimalism" - a modern/abstract exhibit. Space 24" (610mm).
  • 317 - "Contrasts" - a floral exhibit. Space 30" (762mm).
  • 318 - "Summer Splendour" - an exhibit to include fruit and/or vegetables. Space 36" (914mm).
  • 319 - "Country Walk" - an exhibit using foliage only. Space 30" (762mm).
  • 320 -"Anything Goes" - a floral exhibit in an unusual container. (Exhibitor's own choice).Space 30" (762mm).
  • 321 - "Beach Comber" - an exhibit for men only. Space 30" (762mm).
  • 322 - "Gifts of the Tide". - a floral exhibit, Space 30" (762mm).
  • 323 - "Blooming Marvellous" - a floral exhibit, Space 30" (762mm).

PLANTS

Entry Fees: £1 per entry (unlimited)

Prizes: 

  • First - £4
  • Second - £3
  • Third  - £2

Classes:

  • 331 - Group of Miscellaneous plants arranged for effect, quality of plants to be considered. Space allowed, 3ft. by 2ft.
  • 332 - 1 Specimen Plant to be grown in an unusual container. Space 24" (610mm).
  • 333 - 1 Flowering Plant.
  • 334 - 1 Foliage Plant.
  • 335 - Specimen Fern.
  • 336 - Special Flowering Plant.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes 331 - 336.

  • 337 - 1 Fuchsia, pot not to exceed 12in.
  • 338 - 1 Gloxinia, any colour.
  • 339 - 1 Geranium, pot not to exceed 12in.
  • 340 - 1 Pot Campanula.
  • 341 - Hanging Plant in a pot. Campanula debarred.3421 Hanging Container. (Mixed planting). To be hung.
  • 343 - 1 Hanging Container, (single variety planting). To be hung.
  • 344 - A patio container (mixed planting).
  • 345 - 1 Pot Coleus, any colour.
  • 346 - 1 Pot Celosias.
  • 347 - 1 Pot Cockscomb.
  • 348 - 1 Flowering and 1 Ornamental Foliage Plant, suitable for table.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  337 - 348.

  • 349 - 1 Pot Petunias, Double or Single.
  • 350 - 3 Begonias, fibrous rooted, one or more varieties.
  • 351 - 1 Begonia, tuberous rooted (Double).
  • 352 - 1 Begonia. tuberous rooted (Single).
  • 353 - 6 Cacti and/or Succulents garden. Not exceeding 2ft x 2ft.
  • 354 - 1 Specimen Cactus.
  • 355 - 1 Specimen Succulent.
  • 356 - 3 Cacti and/or Succulents, pot size not exceeding 13cm.
  • 357 - 1 Bonsai Tree.
  • 358 - Aspidistra.
  • 359 - 1 Pot Orchid.
  • 360 - Any entry not catered for.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  349 - 360.


FRUIT

Entry Fees: £1 per entry (unlimited).


Prizes: 

  • First £4
  • Second £3
  • Third £2

All exhibits to be named.
White paper plates will be supplied.
Please indicate whether you wish to donate your exhibit for the auction.

Classes: 

  • 383 - 10 Crab apples.
  • 384 - 5 Cooking Apples.
  • 385 - 5 Dessert Apples, one or more varieties.
  • 386 - 5 Kiwi Fruit.
  • 387 - 5 Pears.
  • 388 - Basket of Fruit arranged for effect (locally grown). Space 18" (460mm).
  • 389 - 3 bundles Rhubarb, 3 sticks in each.
  • 390 - 5 Plums, blue or red.
  • 391 - 5 Plums, yellow or green.
  • 392 - 3 Peaches or Nectarines, any variety.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  383 - 392.

  • 394 - 5 Figs, indoor.
  • 395 - 5 Figs, outdoor.
  • 396 - 25 Wild Blackberries on a plate.
  • 397 - 25 Cultivated Blackberries on a plate.
  • 398 - 1 Melon, any variety.
  • 399 - 3 Oranges or Lemons, must have been grown by exhibitor.
  • 400 - 10 Strawberries on a plate.
  • 401 - 10 Gooseberries on a plate.
  • 402 - 25 Sloes on a plate.
  • 403 - 25 Raspberries on a plate.
  • 404 - Any entries not catered for.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  394 - 404.

GRAPES

In the Grape Section exhibitors will not be allowed to use Foliage in any Classes of bunches.
Please indicate whether you wish to donate your exhibit for the auction.

  • 411 - 1 Bunch of Grapes, White.
  • 412 - 1 Bunch of Grapes, Black.
  • 413 - 3 Bunches Grapes, Black.
  • 414 - 3 Bunches Grapes, White.
  • 415 - Any entry not catered for.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  411 - 415.

TOMATOES

Entry Fees: £1 per entry (unlimited).
 

Prizes: 

  • First £4
  • Second £3
  • Third £2

In all Tomato Classes name of variety exhibited must be stated.
White paper plates will be supplied.
Please indicate on your envelope whether you wish to donate your exhibit for the auction.

Classes:

  • 420 - 3 Best Trusses Tomatoes, sound.
  • 421 - 3 Heaviest Trusses Tomatoes, indoor grown, sound.
  • 422 - 3 Heaviest Trusses Tomatoes, outdoor grown, sound.
  • 423 - 10 Cherry Tomatoes.
  • 424 - 10 Tomatoes - Indoor grown.
  • 425 - 10 Plum Tomatoes.
  • 426 - 10 Tomatoes, outdoor grown.
  • 427 - 5 Beefsteak Tomatoes.
  • 428 - Any entry not catered for. (No Cherry or Plum varieties).

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  420 - 428.

VEGETABLES

Entry Fees: £1 per entry (unlimited).


Prizes: 

  • First £4
  • Second £3
  • Third £2

Potatoes not to be washed or polished.
Please indicate whether you wish to donate your exhibit for the auction.

Classes: 

  • 441 - 3 distinct varieties Potatoes (5 of each) to be named. Plates supplied.
  • 442 - 5 Potatoes, named. Plates supplied.
  • 443 - 10 Heaviest Potatoes, sound. Judged by weight.
  • 444 - 3 Carrots, pointed.
  • 445 - 3 Carrots, other than pointed.
  • 446 - 3 table Turnips, White or Yellow.
  • 447 - 3 Parsnips for table.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  441 - 447.

  • 448 - 10 Pods Peas.
  • 449 - 10 Pods Mangetout or Sugar Snap.
  • 450 - 10 Pods Scarlet Runners.
  • 451 - 10 Pods White Lady.
  • 452 - 10 Pods Haricot Beans (Guernsey), small variety.
  • 453 - 10 Pods French Beans, any other variety.
  • 454 - 10 Pods Golden Beans.
  • 455 - 10 Pods Broad Beans.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  448 - 455.

  • 457 - 3 Beetroots, cooked, any variety, one to be cut open by the Judge.
  • 458 - 3 Table Beetroots.
  • 459 - 3 Lettuce, Cabbage.
  • 460 - 3 Lettuce, Cos.
  • 461 - 3 Cucumbers, indoor grown.
  • 462 - 3 Cucumbers, outdoor grown.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  457 - 462.

  • 463 - 10 Shallots.
  • 464 - 5 Clumps of Shallots.
  • 465 - 3 Clumps of Chives.
  • 466 - 10 Garlic.
  • 467 - 10 Artichokes, Jerusalem.
  • 468 - 3 heads of Celery.
  • 469 - 5 Leeks.
  • 470 - 1 Bunch of Mint (any variety).
  • 471 - 3 Bundles Sage.
  • 472 - 3 Bundles Thyme.
  • 473 - 1 Bunch of Parsley.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  463 - 473.

  • 474 - 1 Cabbage, Savoy.
  • 475 - 1 Cabbage, Baldhead.
  • 476 - 1 Cabbage, Flatpole.
  • 477 - 1 Cabbage, Red Pickling.
  • 478 - 1 Cabbage, Pointed.
  • 479 - 1 Head Curled Kale.
  • 480 - 1 Cauliflower.
  • 481 - 3 Heads of Calabrese.
  • 482 - 10 Sprouts.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  474 - 482.

  • 483 - 5 Flat Onions.
  • 484 - 5 Globe or semi Globe Onions.
  • 485 - String of Onions not exceeding 12 lbs.
  • 486 - 3 Heaviest Onions, sound, judged by weight.
  • 487 - 3 Custard Marrows.
  • 488 - 3 Marrows.
  • 489 - Pumpkin, by weight.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  483 - 489.

  • 490 - Collection of Herbs in a basket. Space 18".
  • 491 - Collection of Vegetables, 5 kinds, Lettuce debarred. Space allowed 3ft sq.
  • 492 - Collection of Salad items, 5 kinds. Space allowed 3ft sq.

 £5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  490 - 492.

493 - 3 Aubergines, any variety.

494 - 3 Peppers, Green.

495 - 3 Peppers, Red.

496 - 5 Chilli Peppers.

497 - 3 Courgettes.

498 - 1 Squash.

499 - 3 Corn on the Cob.

500 - Any other entry not catered for*.

501 - Fun class for the most unusual shaped vegetable.

*Please put approximate size of each item to ensure sufficient space is available.

£5 prize for Best Exhibit in classes  493 - 500.