Horticulture Section Classes for July 6th 2019 - Closing date for entries: 5th July 2019 but please return your entry forms as soon as possible to allow for the best staging possible

SECTION A - FLOWERS: Prize money: 1st - £2.50, 2nd - £1.50, 3rd- £1

Class 1

ROSE

Specimen any variety scented or unscented

Class 2

ROSE

Hybrid Tea -3 blooms in one or more varieties

Class 3

ROSE

3 stems floribunda

Class 4

ROSE

1 stem any variety - scented

Class 5

ROSE

1 stem any variety – unscented

Class 6

ROSE

Miniature Rose - 1 stem any variety scented or unscented

Best exhibit in classes 1 – 6 will be awarded a trophy and a special prize

 

Class 7

Vase of mixed flowers

Class 8

Vase of mixed non flowering stems

Class 9

Three stems of Single variety Flower

  Class 10

Vase of 3 Sweet Peas – one variety

Class 11

Vase of 6 sweet Peas – mixed varieties

Class 12

Three stems of hydrangea – mixed varieties

Class 13

Three stems begonia – mixed varieties

Best exhibit in classes 7-13 will be awarded a trophy and special prize

Class 14

Fuchsia grown in a pot

Class 15

Geranium grown in a pot

Class 16

Any other flowering plant grown in a pot

Class 17

Any other foliage pot plant grown in a pot

Class 18

Cactus (including succulent)

Class 19

Chrysanthemum grown in a pot

Class 20

Variegated coleus grown in a pot

Best exhibit in classes 14-20 will be awarded their trophies and special prizes

      SECTION B – FLORAL ART: Prize money: 1st - £2.50, 2nd - £1.50, 3rd- £1

Class 21

A floral art display. ThemeA Celebration of Floral Art. Floral display must incorporate a minimum of 3 colours and include foliage. Accessories and embellishments permitted.

Class 22

A floral art display. Theme - Exhibitor’s own choice – costing no more than £5. Accessories permitted. (Theme title must be displayed with exhibit)

Class 23

A floral art display. ThemeAfternoon Tea. The display must incorporate a 1, 2 or 3 tier cake stand, embellishments and accessories permitted.

Class 24

A floral headdress using flowers from the garden. Accessories and embellishments permitted. (Head or stand for presentation will be provided on day of the show)

Class 25

An arrangement with 5 flowers maximum to include foliage. Accessories and embellishments permitted.

Class 26

A flower arrangement presented in a cup and saucer. Any size cup and saucer, accessories and embellishments permitted.

Best exhibit in classes 21 – 26  will be awarded the Guild Shield and a special prize

   SECTION C – CONTAINER GARDENING - Prize money: 1st - £2.50, 2nd - £1.50, 3rd- £1

Class 27

Hanging basket display, containing no more than 6 flowering and non - flowering plants .Any size pot, container or basket is permitted.

Class 28

Round or square planter display, containing no more than 6 flowering or non-flowering plants. Any size planter made from any material is permitted

Class 29

Trough shaped planter display, containing no more than 6 flowering or non-flowering plants. Any size planter made from any material is permitted

Best exhibit in classes 27 - 29  will be awarded a special prize

 

Class 30

Family Friends and Fun – A Miniature Garden For All

A miniature garden for all – adults and children, mums and dads, grans and granddads can have a go at making a miniature garden in a seed tray.  ((9”x15” or 12” diameter pot)

Best exhibit in class 30 will be awarded a

Special prize sponsored by Michelle from So Plants at Little Town Farm Shop

Classes 1 – 30 will be Judged by: Mr. Nick. Atkinson Fdsc Horticulture

 SECTION D – FRUIT AND VEGETABLES - Prize money: 1st- £2.50, 2nd- £1.50, 3rd- £1

Class 31

4 broad bean pods

Class 32

4 pods of peas

Class 33

4 pods of French or Runner been type

Class 34

4 potatoes

Class 35

2 courgettes green type any variety

Class 36

2 courgettes yellow type any variety

Class 37

A cabbage

Class 38

A tied bunch of Herbs

Class 39

1 cucumber

Class 40

A selection of 3 different vegetables – any variety or type

Class 41

The heaviest marrow any type or variety

Class 42

A single live salad plant any type or variety grown in a 6 inch pot

Class 43

An ugly Vegetable or fruit – The most unusual shaped fruit or vegetable

Class 44

Any other Vegetable

Class 45

Plate of soft fruit

Class 46

Plate of 3 individual soft fruits – single variety

Class 47

Four sticks of rhubarb

Best exhibit in Classes 31 - 47 will be awarded a trophy.

The person with the most points in Classes 31-47 will receive a special prize.

Classes 31 – 47 will be Judged by: Mr. Cyril Williams

CLASS E - JUNIOR SECTION (for ages 2-16 years inclusive) Prize money: 1st - £2.50, 2nd - £1.50, 3rd - £1

Class 48

A live salad garden grown from seed, presented in a planter made from any type of decorated basket or container.

Class 49

A garden in a jam jar – accessories and decorations can be used

Class 50

A dandelion plant grown in a recycled decorated tin can

Class 51

A herb garden presented in a washing up bowl. The herb garden must contain 3 different varieties of herbs and each herb must be clearly labelled.

Class 52

Any other plant or plants grown from seed by the named exhibitor in any size container

Class 53

A single sunflower grown in any size decorated pot

Class 54

A named creation made from fruit and vegetables. Title of creation must be displayed with exhibit

Class 55

A hand tied Posey scented or unscented displayed in water. Any type container, accessories and decorations can be used for display.

Class 56

A display of 6 floating flower heads picked from the garden and displayed in a bowl of water. Any size bowl permitted, accessories and decorations can be used.

ALL JUNIOR CLASSES ARE FREE TO ENTER

Special prize and trophy for individual with most points classes 48 - 56

 

Class 57

SPECIAL GROUP AWARD “The Peter Knowles Trophy”

To the group who enter the best exhibition of their environmental work

It is open to any group involved with young people (2 to 16 years) who can put on an exhibition of their Growing and Environmental work. This could include a brownie or a guides group, nursery or school.

Each group has Space 1m x 1m x 1m and can include photos, art work, growing things and written work.

The winning exhibit receives a trophy to display for 12 months and a cash prize of £20 and rosettes for all the groups who enter.

Classes 48 – 57 will be judged by: Mr A Harrison