Summer Show Schedule

Cups and Trophies

THE WEST CUP
will be presented to the Member who gains most points in the Flower and Vegetable/Fruit Classes.

THE DANIEL-DORLING-TUERSLEY CUP
will be presented to the runner-up to the West Cup.

THE JUBILEE CUP
will be presented to the Member gaining most points in the Flower Classes only, excluding the winners of the above two cups.

THE DEW CUP
will be presented to the Member who wins most points in Classes  1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

THE REVIVAL TROPHY
will be presented to the Member who gains most points in Classes 6 to 11.

UNDER 8 JUNIOR GARDENERS CUP
will be presented to the child with the most points in Classes 61 to 63.

OVER 8 JUNIOR GARDENERS CUP
will be presented to the child with the most points in Classes 64 to 66.

THE FAIRFIELD ROSE BOWL
will be presented to the young person who wins the Arrangement of Flowers (Class 67).

DIPLOMA OF MERIT
will be awarded for the Best Exhibit in the Vegetable/Fruit Classes.

DIPLOMA OF MERIT
will be awarded for the Best Exhibit in the Flower Classes.


Class

FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS (including foliage)

  1. An arrangement of Flowers and Foliage in a Glass Vase or Container.  Size not more than 23cm. (9″) wide or high
  2. An arrangement of Roses and Foliage in a Pyramid Shape
  3. ‘Traveller’s Joy’.  An arrangement for a Guest Bedroom.  Small and Sweet.  Size 23cm. (9″) max
  4. ‘Pop Art’.  An arrangement in a Recyclable Container
  5. An arrangement for a Summer evening Dinner Party for all round viewing

N.B.    See Rule 5 in respect of Classes 1 to 5

FLOWERS

  1. One specimen bloom of a large flowered Rose.  (Hybrid Tea type). SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  2. Three specimen blooms of a large flowered Rose.  (Hybrid Tea type). SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  3. One Cluster flowered stem of a Rose.  (Floribunda type).  Three Roses or more on the stem.  SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  4. Three Cluster flowered stems of Roses.  (Floribunda type).  Three Roses or more on each stem.  SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  5. Bowl or Vase of Roses, any kind or kinds
  6. Miniature Rose.  Flowers 5cm. (2″) max. diameter.  Three stems as grown
  7. Rose Buttonhole.  Rose foliage only
  8. Bowl or Vase of Annuals, one variety, mixed colours accepted.  SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  9. Bowl or Vase of Annuals, mixed.  SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  10. Bowl or Vase of Perennials
  11. Bowl or Vase of French or African Marigolds
  12. Five stems of Pinks
  13. Three stems of Sweet Williams
  14. Five stems of Sweet Peas, mixed (Spencer type)
  15. Bowl or Vase of Sweet Peas, not more than twenty-four (Spencer type)
  16. Bowl or Vase of Sweet Peas, not more than twenty-four (Any other type)
  17. Five Pansies
  18. Five Violas
  19. Bowl or Vase of flowering Shrubs and/or Trees, cut
  20. Fuchsia Plant in pot.  Pot measurement 15cm. (6″) max. SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  21. Pot Plant, flowering, other than Fuchsia.  Pot measurement 20cm. (8″) max. SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  22. Pot Plant, Orchid.  Pot measurement 20 cm. (8″) max.  SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  23. Pot Plant, foliage.  Pot measurement 20cm. (8″) max.  SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  24. Specimen bloom Pelargonium (Geranium)
  25. Pot Plant, Pelargonium (Geranium).  Pot measurement 20cm. (8″) max. SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  26. One stem Delphinium
  27. Hanging Basket
  28. Mixed or One Variety of Flowers growing in a Pot or Tub.  Pot measurement 35cm. (14″) max. SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  29. Three different Cacti, each in a separate pot.  Pot measurement 10cm. (4″) max. SEE ‘SPECIAL NOTES’
  30. Flowers from my Garden

VEGETABLES AND FRUIT

  1. Collection of Vegetables, three kinds, one of each
  2. Collection of Salad Vegetables, four kinds
  3. Three Potatoes
  4. One Cucumber
  5. Three Onions
  6. Five pods Peas
  7. Two Lettuces
  8. Five pods Broad Beans
  9. Three Carrots, no foliage – leave about 2.5cm. to 4cm. (1″ to 1½”) of stem
  10. Three Beetroots, no foliage
  11. Two Cabbages
  12. Three Courgettes.  Size approx. 10cm. to 15cm. (4″ to 6″)
  13. One Vegetable, One Flower, any variety
  14. Four French Beans
  15. Two Marrows
  16. Any other Vegetable
  17. Dish of Blackcurrants, not less than 200g. or more than 250g. with strigs (strings)
  18. One plate of Redcurrants, eight or ten strigs (strings)
  19. Nine Gooseberries
  20. Nine Raspberries with stems
  21. Any other Fruit
  22. Bowl of Mixed Herbs (Culinary)

PHOTOGRAPHIC

(Size – any dimensions not exceeding  225 sq. cm. (35 sq. ins.).  May be mounted but not framed)

  1. One Print – ‘A flowering Pot Plant’
  2. One Print – ‘Wild Life in the Garden’
  3. One Print – ‘The Sky’.  Sun Rise, Sun Set, Clouds, etc.

CHILDREN’S CLASSES (age to be stated)

Under 8 years old on day of Show

  1. Grow a Cress Garden
  2. Make a Picture using Shells, Pebbles and Buttons
  3. Make a tied Posy of Flowers and Foliage

8 years old or over on day of Show

  1. Make a Picture using Shells, Pebbles and Buttons
  2. Make a tied Posy of Flowers and Foliage
  3. Make a Thank you Card

Young people under 16 years old on day of Show

  1. An arrangement of Flowers in a Tea or Coffee Cup