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RULES & ADVICE TAB

SPRING SHOW - 9 APRIL  2.30 VILLAGE HALL

(The Society is affiliated to the National Daffodil Society)

 

Show Secretary: Lesley Wood Tel: 272488. E-mail: showsec@ewhursthortsoc.org.uk

Staging: 8.30 am -10.15 am (Judging  from 10.30

 

Entries: By telephone, e-mail, direct to Show Secretary or to ‘Malricks', The Street, (using the form on page 3 of the printed schedule) not later than Thursday 7 April. Alternatively by email using the form under the shows and events tab.

Entry Fee: 10p per class. (Children's classes free)

 

Presentations, Auction and Draw: 4.15 pm

Vases provided must be used unless otherwise stated.  Please name varieties if possible.

Prizes: First: £1.00; Second: 75p; Third: 50p

 

SECTION I:   HORTICULTURE

(Members only)

1    A specimen trumpet daffodil (Div. 1 )

2    A specimen large cupped daffodil (Div. 2)

3    A specimen small cupped daffodil (Div. 3)

4    A specimen cyclamineus daffodil (Div 6)       

5    A vase of three trumpet daffodils, one or      more varieties. (Div. 1)

6    A vase of three daffodils, large and/or small   cupped, one or more varieties. (Div. 2/3)

7    A vase of three double daffodils, one or more varieties. (Div. 4)

8    A vase of three stems 'multi-headed' type daffodils, one or more varieties.

9    A vase of three tulips, one or more varieties

10  A vase of cut flowers from bulbs/corms not mentioned above, one or more kinds.

11  A vase of three stems of polyanthus, one or more varieties

12  Five pansies or violas blooms, one or more varieties, to be displayed on society show boards

13  One bloom camellia  (own container)

14  A container of any growing bulbous plant or plants in flower, one or more varieties

15  A vase of one kind of flowering shrub or tree

16  A pot plant, flowering *

17  A pot plant, foliage *

    *(internal diameter of pot not to exceed 8”)

 Open

18  A specimen trumpet daffodil (Div. 1 )

19  A specimen large cupped daffodil (Div. 2)

20  A specimen small cupped daffodil (Div. 3)

21  A specimen double daffodil (Div. 4)

22  A vase of three trumpet daffodils (Div. 1)

23  A vase of three large cupped daffodils,one variety. (Div. 2)

24 A vase of three small cupped daffodils, one or more varieties (Div. 3)

25 A vase of three double daffodils (Div. 4), one or more varieties

26 A vase of three stems 'multi-headed' typedaffodils, one variety

27 A vase of five stems daffodils, five varieties. Any division(s) - N.D.S. Medal to be awarded

28 A vase of three cyclamineus daffodils (Div 6), one or more varieties.

29 A vase of three stems cut hyacinths

30 A vase of three tulips, one variety

31 A vase of five stems polyanthus

32  A vase of cut flowers from bulbs/corms not mentioned in classes 18 to 30, one or more kinds.

33  Six hellebore florets to be exhibited face up on damp sand or oasis

34  A container of any growing bulbous plants in flower *

35  A vase of 3 kinds of flowering shrub or tree

36  A vase of flowers of any one kind not mentioned in classes 18-33      (max. nine stems)

37  One bloom camellia, outdoor grown (own container)

38  An alpine or alpines in a pot or pan *

39  An exhibit of any vegetable (number optional)

*(internal diameter of pot not to exceed 8”)

 

PLEASE SEE NOTE ON CLASSIFICATION OF DAFFODILS BELOW

SECTION II FLORAL ART (Open)

40  “Easter Basket” An arrangement in a basket, open staging. 24” wide, height unlimited.

41  “Fresh and Green” An exhibit to be staged in a niche 24” wide, 36” high. Accessories allowed.

42  “Lemon Sorbet” A petite exhibit in an egg cup, not exceeding 8” overall. Accessories allowed.

 

SECTION III PHOTOGRAPHY (Open)

Taken by the exhibitor, the exhibit not previously to have won a prize at one of the Society's shows.  Mounted  or unmounted, with or without border, colour. Size up to A4.

43  Field view

44  Three photos in close-up of Patterns in nature

45  Made of wood

46  Garden visitors

 

SECTION IV HOME FARE (Open)

47  Five hot cross buns (at least 24 hours old)

48  A brown loaf made in a bread machine (at least 24 hours old)

49  Six cheese straws (maximum 6” long)

50  A pot of marmalade not exceeding 1lb (454g)

51  Five Easter biscuits ( not iced)

52  Bakewell Tart –8” maximum diameter Chairman’s Challenge Prize £10

53  A jar of chutney (not less than 2 months old)

54  Four eggs (one kind) displayed in a basket of straw

 

Do not use cake or bread mixes, or ready-made pastry

 

SECTION V CHILDREN'S CLASSES (Open)

(Please state age)

55  (Pre-school) Flower or insect collage

56  (8 yrs and under) An Easter garden in a seed tray

57 ( 16 yrs and under) Five Rock cakes

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