Autumn Show Classes

Entries form to be returned to Show Secretary by 10.00pm on Thursday 8th September. Click here for entry form.

FLORAL SECTION

1. One bowl or vase of 4 large flowered (HT) rose blooms
2. Three stems HT rose blooms
1 bud stage, 1 perfect, 1 full bloom
3. One specimen rose for scent
4. One vase, 3 stems floribunda roses
5. One vase of three chrysanthemum blooms – any type
6. One vase of three sprays – chrysanthemum
7. Vase of three dahlia blooms, cactus type
8. Vase of three dahlia blooms, decorative type
9. Vase of three dahlia blooms, ball or pom-pom
10. One vase of mixed garden flowers
11. One vase of four stems of one distinct kind of annual
12. One vase of three sprays, michaelmas daisies
13. A pot plant – any flowering type (pot – max diameter 200mm)
14. Fuchsia – one plant (pot – max diameter 200mm)
15. Foliage plant (pot – max diameter – 300mm)
16. Begonia, any type – one plant (pot – max diameter 300mm)
17. Pelargonium (Geranium) one plant

FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS
21 “Harvest Festival” – Accessories allowed (space 400 mm)
22 “Last night at the Proms” – accessories allowed (space

 

FRUIT & VEGETABLES

23. Beans – runner – six
24. Beans – runner – the longest
25. Beans – any other climbing type – six
26. Beetroots – three
27. Carrots – three
28. Courgettes – three with flower heads
29. Cucumbers – one with flower
30. Garlic – one bulb
31. Lettuce – one
32. Leeks – two
33. Marrows – one fit for table
34. Marrow – the heaviest
35. Onions – four shown on rings
36. Heaviest Potato
37. Potatoes – four on a plate
38. Pumpkin – the heaviest
39. Any giant vegetable
40 Shallots – six bulbs of equal size on a plate
41. Squash, any type – one
42. Sweet corn – two ears on a plate
43. Sweet peppers – two
44. Tomatoes, cherry (max 35 mm) – six on a plate
45. Tomatoes, medium (60 to 80 mm) – four on a plate
46. Apples – four on a plate – state variety if known
47. Apples – cooking – four on a plate – state variety if known
48. Pears – eating, four on a plate – state variety if known
49. Any other kind of fruit – on a plate
50. Ornamental gourds – three
51. “GARDENER’S DISASTER”
HOMECRAFTS

52 1 jar of jam (any stone fruit)
53 1 jar of jam (any soft fruit)
54 1 jar of fruit jelly
55 1 jar of marmalade any fruit
56 1 jar of chutney
57 1 jar of pickles
58 A fruit cake, – use recipe (see rule 12)
59 Cake made with an unusual fruit or vegetable ingredient (please specify)
60 Victoria Sponge (use recipe rule 13)
61 A chocolate cake
62 2 Vegetable tartlets – please include recipe
63 2 “Cottage loaf” rolls
64 4 Flap Jacks – no added fruit or nuts
65 Homemade Cordial
66 Photograph “Garden Disaster”
67 Photograph “Sunset”
68 Photograph “Stormy Weather”
Notes: In the interest of hygiene, please leave all cookery exhibits covered. Judge will remove covers.
Class 58 & 60 cakes will be weighed.

Photograph classes in 2018 will include “Autumn Leaves” and “A Rainbow”