ANNUAL SUMMER SHOW SCHEDULE
August 15th 2020
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
1. Three potatoes - WHITE - of any shape
2. Three potatoes - COLOURED - of any shape
3. Three potatoes - any SALAD variety
4. Three carrots - any variety
5. Three beetroot - any variety
6. Three onions - trimmed & tied
7. Six shallots - trimmed & tied
8. Six runner beans
9. Six French beans (dwarf or climbing)
10. Six pods of peas
11. Two courgettes - with approximately 1" of stem
12. Six stems of parsley - any variety
13. Four kinds of culinary herbs - two steams of each - displayed in a vase
14. Six tomatoes - small fruiting variety - ripened - on a plate
15. Six tomatoes - other variety - ripened - on a plate
16. Two cucumbers - with approximately 1" of stem
17. Three stems of Swiss chard - full leaf - same or mixed colours
18. Any vegetable not previously mentioned; small veg (e.g. chilli peppers) up to 3 specimens
19. Three stems of rhubarb
20. A collection of garden produce displayed on a tray provided
(size 12" x 20")
21. Any soft fruit - up to three varieties - on a small plate
22. Any other fruit - three of one kind
VEGETABLES (OPEN CLASS)
23. A wonky vegetable
24. An animal made out of fruit and vegetables (for adults AND children)
SCHOOL CHILDREN - THE CARR SHIELD
Awarded to the Champion Potato Grower! NB. This is presented at the school prior to the show.
25. 7 years old and under
26. 8 years old and over
27. Five pansies or violas on a card
28. Five stems of marigolds or calendulas - any type
29. Sweet peas - three colours - three stems of each
30. Sweet peas - one colour - five stems
31. Three clematis - any kind - may use own vase
32. Three stems of roses - bush, standard or climbing - multi headed
33. Three stems of roses - bush, standard or climbing - single headed
34. Best specimen of rose - single bloom
35. Five stems of rudbeckia - any kind
36. Five stems of dahlias - any kind
37. Five stems of annuals -- one kind - not previously mentioned
38. One vase of annuals - three kinds - three stems of each - not previously mentioned
39. Five stems of perennial flowers - one kind - not mentioned in other classes
40. One vase of perennial flowers - three kinds - three stems of each - not mentioned in other classes.
41. Three stems of flowering shrubs (not roses) - can be mixed
42. Three spikes of gladioli - can be mixed colours
43. Three stems of sunflowers - any colour - single or multi headed
TERRY MEAKIN TROPHY
44. Five stems of Zinnias
CUT FLOWERS (OPEN CLASS)
45. A display of garden flowers in your own vase - annuals and/or perennials - no more than SIX varieties.
POT PLANTS (Maximum pot size 10" inside rim)
46. One tuberous begonia - in flower
47. One non-tuberous begonia - in flower
48. One pelargonium - geranium - zonal or scented leaf- in flower
49. One fuchsia plant - flowering
50. One flowering house plant - not mentioned in other classes
51. One foliage house plant
52. A carnivorous plant
53. A pot of cacti or succulents - one kind or mixed
BEST TENDED CONTAINER
54. A container planted with any type or number of plants of your choice.
Maximum container size 14". This may be displayed outside on the day of the show.
GARDENER'S CHALLENGE CUP
55. A plug plant provided by the Garden Club for each member to grow on in a plain plastic or terracotta pot: maximum 8" inside rim.
This year: Pink Geranium
THEME: THE OLYMPICS
58. Medals Flowers and foliage Max Width 20 inches
59. Japan Chrysanthemums and foliage .. .. 15 inches
60. Olympic Rings Flowers and foliage .. .. 24 inches
61. Olympic Torch Orange, red and yellow (only) flowers and foliage
.. .. 12 inches
62. Track and Field Foliage only to include at least one type of grass
.. .. 9 inches
63. Winner's Bouquet Flowers and foliage arranged to lay flat .. ..15 inches
64. Aquatics Floating flowers in a glass bowl .. .. 12 inches
Please state age on entry form.
65. Team GB Flowers and foliage .. .. 12 inches
GUIDANCE AND REQUIREMENTS FOR EXHIBITORS
There are no height restrictions in these classes but the width, including ALL materials must be within the stated limit.
The 'mechanics' must not be visible i.e. oasis, tape, non-decorative plastic containers etc. Points will be deducted where they can be seen.
Accessories are allowed to help interpret the exhibits but should not dominate.
CLASS 58. Any colour and variety of flower can be used.
CLASS 59. Only chrysanthemums and any foliage may be used.
CLASS 60. Any flowers of any colour and variety and any foliage may be used.
CLASS 61. Only orange, red and yellow flowers may be used.
CLASS 62. Only foliage may be used and must include at least one type of grass.
CLASS 63. The arrangement must have a flat back and be laid on the table.
Finally .......Please have a go! If you need help in any way just ask!