Horticultural

HORTICULTURAL

Vegetables Sponsored by Salloways Jewellers

Under 18s Sponsored by Mrs Barbara Baskerville

 

Prizes:                                 1st – £5.00,   2nd – £3.00, 3rd – £1.00

Classes 171 & 172:            1st – £10.00, 2nd – £7.00, 3rd – £5.00

Classes 200 – 205:          1st – £3.00,   2nd – £2.00, 3rd – £1.00

FLOWERS

 Class 141               Sweet Peas – 3 spikes each of 3 distinct varieties (separate vases)

Class 142               Sweet Peas – 10 spikes mixed

Class 143               Rose – 120160723 KBS by Richard Ell _8102136

Class 144               Roses – 4 distinct stems in water; any species

Class 145               Dahlia – 3 stems of different varieties

Class 146               Perennials – 3 kinds, minimum of 9 stems

Class 147               Annuals – 3 kinds, minimum of 9 stems

Class 148               Pelargonium – 1 regal

Class 149               Pelargonium – 1 of any kind other than regal

Class 150               Foliage Plant – 1 of any kind including ferns

Class 151               Fuchsia; Standard – 1

Class 152               Fuchsia; Bush – 1

Class 153               Flowering Plant (not orchid) – 1 in bloom (not in classes 148, 149, 151 or 152)

Class 154               Collection of Pot Plants (not orchid) – 5 max pot size = 7inch

Class 155               Begonia, Tuberous Rooted – 1

Class 156               Garden Flowers – 1 vase of mixed. Judged for quality & variety

Class 157               Hosta Leaves 3 leaves arranged on a plate or in vase any variety

 

FRUIT

Class 160               Raspberries – 10 with stalks

Dianne BarreClass 161               Gooseberries – 10 with stalks

Class 162               Blackcurrants – 12

Class 163               Any Soft Fruit – 10 of one variety, not in classes 160 – 162

 

COLLECTIONS

 Class 170               Senior Citizens Collection of Vegetables

3 kinds of vegetables of your choice as grown.

Class 171               Collection of Vegetables – Any of 4 kinds from classes 173-192,

Displayed in box or basket not exceeding 18 inches in width

Class 172               Master Gardener – 1 exhibit from each of Flowers 141 – 157,

Fruit from 160 – 163 & Vegetables from 173 – 192 classes.

 

VEGETABLES

Sponsored by Salloways Jewellers

Class 173               Potatoes White – 3 of one variety

Richard EllClass 174               Potatoes Coloured – 3 of one variety

Class 175               Carrots – 3

Class 176               Beetroot – 3 round

Class 177               Onions – 3 dressed, under 8oz

Class 178               Shallots (pickling) – 8 maximum size 30mm

Class 179               Shallots (culinary)– 8

Class 180               Peas – 8 pods

Class 181               Broad Beans– 8 pods

Class 182               Runner Beans– 8 pods

Class 183               French Beans– 8 pods

Class 184               Cabbages – 2 pointed or round, cut with 3 inch stems

Class 185               Tomatoes – 5 fruits

Class 186               Tomatoes – 10 fruits, cherry type

Class 187               Cucumbers – a pair

Class 188               Vegetable Marrows – a pair, maximum length of 16 inches

Class 189               Courgettes a pair, maximum of 6 inches

Class 190               Collection of Herbs 4 kinds in water, labelled with names

Class 191               Leeks – 2

Class 192               Any Other Vegetable – not in classes 173 -191

 

UNDER 18s (on 22nd July 2017)

Sponsored by Mrs Barbara Baskerville

Class 200               Miniature Cottage Garden – in a standard sized seed tray

Class 201               Radish – 4

Class 202               Pressed Flowers – arranged on an A5 page

Class 203               Collection of Grasses – in water

Class 204               Vegimal –character or animal made from fruit and/or vegetables

Class 205               Mustard and/or Cress – in any unusual container

Additional Rules & Guidance Notes (Classes 141 – 192 only)

  1. Unless otherwise stated, Rules & Definitions regarding exhibits and judging shall be those published in the latest edition of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Show Handbook.
  2. All vegetables are to be exhibited clean. Root crops should have tops cut to 3 inches unless otherwise stated. The exhibitors will use their own containers. Where possible exhibits should be named. Exhibits must be in water or water retaining material where applicable. Pot diameters and container sizes are unlimited, except where specified.
  3. The Committee shall be at liberty to inspect gardens of intending exhibitors in order to see the articles for competition. All produce must be from the exhibitor’s own garden and cultivated by them, or have been in their possession for at least two months prior to the Show.
  4. There will only be one entry per class per exhibitor in this Section.
  5. A ‘Senior’ citizen is a person of 65 years of age or over.
  6. Drip trays should be provided by exhibitors to protect staging.

 

GARDENS

Class 220               Best Kept Summer Garden

Judged the week prior to the Show

Entrants eligible for:

The Bernard Allen Trophy (Best Kept Summer Garden)

The Mrs Edmund Corn Cup (Best Kept Front Garden)

The Society’s Gardens Cup (Novice Winner – Best Kept Summer Garden)

 

Class 221               Best Kept Communal Summer Garden

                                 Judged the week prior to the Show

Entrants eligible for: The Captain Furniss Cup

Additional Rules & Guidance Notes (Classes 220 & 221)

  1. Gardens must be within the Parish Boundary
  2. Entrants in these classes must largely cultivate their own garden, although some help with tasks such as lawn mowing or hedge clipping will be accepted at the judge’s discretion.
  1. The definition of a ‘Novice’ is a person who has not previously won any prize in the Gardens Section of this Show.
  1. A Communal Garden is a garden within the Parish Boundary tended by a group or organisation.

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Section Organiser: (for all Horticultural classes)

Alison Howard, 36 Alrewas Road, Kings Bromley, DE13 7HW

Tel: 01543 472720   Email: alisonhow8@btinternet.com

Judges:   Mr David Lock, Mrs Wendy Prestidge

Entry Fees:    £0.50p per entry (under 18’s Free)

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