Summer Show

Summer Show 2017 – Saturday 1st July

AWARDS
Silver Bowl for the greatest number of points in Division A
Marchmount Bowl for the greatest number of points in Division B
Pat Ashley Floral Trophy for the greatest number of points in Division C
Grand Fleet Cup for the best single exhibit of fruit
Bennett Cup for the best arranged basket of flowers
Mander Cup for the Best Bowl of Roses
Beech Trophy for best rose bloom exhibited by a member
Silver Cup for the greatest number of points in Division D
Selbie Cup for the greatest number of points in Division E
JIm Turnbull Cup for quality vegetables shown by an entrant who has not pre-
viously won a Society trophy for vegetables
Banksian Medal for the largest amount of prize money won in the Horticultural
classes. Winners of previous two years not eligible
Royal National Rose Society Bronze Medal for the premier rose bloom in show
Worshipful Company of Gardeners’ certificate for the best exhibits in Division
A, B, & CPlease consult the hints to exhibitors on pages 10 – 11 and back of entry form. Grandchildren may enter the children’s classes – see page 9 para 17.

DIVISION “A” – Flowers

(Anyone may enter OPEN classes 1-3)
1 Rose, 1 specimen bloom
2 Roses, vase of 3 blooms, one or more varieties
3 Rose, vase of one spray, or stem
Remaining classes are for members/exhibitors as defined on page 4
4 Roses, bowl of one or more varieties of any type
5 Rose, 1 bush of any type growing in a container.
6 Roses, miniature, vase of 3 stems, one or more varieties.
7 Roses, vase of one spray, or stem
8 Roses, vase of 3 sprays.
9 Rose, 1 specimen bloom.
10 Rose, vase of 3 blooms, each of a different variety.
11 Rose, vase of 3 blooms, one variety.
12 Annuals, vase of 3 different kinds.
13 Pinks, vase of 5 stems, not disbudded.
14 Lily, one stem.
15 Sweet Peas, 3 sprays, one colour only (annuals).
16 Sweet Peas, 5 sprays, two or more colours (annuals).
17 Pot Plant, in flower.
18 Pot Plant, foliage only.
19 Pansies and/or Violas, 5 blooms.
20 Tuberous Begonia.
21 Antirrhinums, vase of 3 spikes, any variety.
22 Sweet Williams, vase of 3 stems
23 Hollyhock, vase of 1 stem
24 Geranium / Pelargonium, vase of 3 stems
25 Exhibit of flowers, one kind not named above (any container)
26 Herbaceous Perennials, vase of mixed kinds arranged for frontal effect..
May include flowers of bulbs, corms, and tubers,
27 Flowering Shrubs, 3 sprays, one or more varieties
28. Hanging container, hook will be supplied for hanging.
29. Three containers of flowers, one distinct kind in each, not more than 5
stems of each kind

DIVISION “B” – Fruit & Vegetables

30 Culinary Herbs, 3 kinds, in 3 separate containers.
31 Potatoes, 3 white.
32 Potatoes, 3 coloured.
33 Shallots, 9 culinary. (roots & foliage left on)
34 Shallots, 9 pickling, not to exceed 30 mm diameter (roots & foliage left on)
35 Onions, 3 (roots and foliage left on).
36 Lettuce, 2 of one variety.
37 Broad Beans, 9.
38 Carrots, 3 of one variety.
39 Cabbage, 2 of one variety (including Savoy, but not Chinese).
40 Peas, 9 pods of one variety.
41 Beet, 3 of one variety.
42 French Beans, 9 of one variety.
43 Salad collection, 3 different kinds.
44 Any other vegetable, not named above.
45 Collection of 7 vegetables, 1 of each kind
46 Black Currants, 9 sprays.
47 Red Currants, 9 sprays.
48 Gooseberries, 9 with stalks attached.
49 Raspberries, 9 with stalks attached.
50 Fruit, plate of any one kind not named above. Outdoor grown
51 Collection of Fruit (not more than 5 kinds on plate, dish or bowl)

DIVISION “C” – Floral Art
No arrangement to exceed 550 mm. in width. Please check carefully.
All entries qualify for the annual award of the Millennium Trophy (see page 7)
52 A dish of floating flowers, any kind. No foliage or accessories.
53 An exhibit of foliage (no flowers)
54 An exhibit entitled “High Summer”
55 An arrangement of Roses and other plant material. In a basket.
56 An exhibit entitled “Sunset Surprise”.
57 A miniature arrangement, not to exceed 100 mm overall.
58 An exhibit entitled “Wimbledon”.
DIVISION “D” – Household Section
All exhibits must be entirely home-made. Containers must not bear a
proprietary name, label or pattern of manufacture of the original contents.
If your exhibit contains nuts please label it accordingly.
59 Glass jar of jam (soft fruit)
60 Glass jar of fruit jelly.
61 6 Cheese straws
62 Plate of 5 jam tarts
63 A plate of fudge.
64 6 sausage rolls, short crust pastry.
65 3 fruit scones.
66 5 chocolate brownies
67 3 bread rolls, white flour.
68 5 iced mini bakewell tarts.
DIVISION “E” – Junior Section (under 16 years)
See “Rules Governing Exhibition”, page 9, paragraph 16/17.
69 Arrangement of flowers in a container of your choice.
70 5 jam tarts.
71 5 butterfly cakes.
72 5 decorated biscuits.
73 A birthday card. (Hand drawn or paint ed)
74 A miniature garden on a dinner plate.
75 A decorated balloon (means of display will be provided).
76 2 potato people.
DIVISION “F” – Craft Section
Craft must be new, unworn and exhibited for the first time. Exhibitors to state
if exhibits are machine made or from kits
77 An exhibit of embroidery, unframed.
78 An exhibit of sewing.
79 An exhibit of knitting – any other knitted article.
80 A photograph of rose blooms (unmounted)
81 An exhibit from any other craft or pastime