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SECTION II: - OPEN HORTICULTURAL

AWARDS:-

10) THE PRESIDENTS’ CUP – most points in Section II

11) THE RHS BANKSIAN MEDAL – most prize money in section II. This can only be awarded to the same exhibitor once every 3 years.

Previous winners – Mr A. Owens 2014, Mr B. Layzell 2015, Mrs S. Weekes 2016

12) THE JOHN F CLARK MEMORIAL TROPHY – most points in Vegetable classes.

13) THE RHS BRONZE MEDAL – best Vegetable exhibit (excl Class 44)

14) THE JUBILEE TROPHY – most points in the Flower classes (excl Dahlias)

15) FRIENDS OF THE GREEN CUP – most points in Flower classes (including Dahlias)

16) THE PETER DUFFIELD TROPHY – most points in the Dahlia classes

17) THE NATIONAL DAHLIA SOC. SILVER MEDAL – best Dahlia exhibit

18) THE NATIONAL DAHLIA SOC. BRONZE MEDAL – runner up

19) THE RHS BRONZE MEDAL – best exhibit in the Chrysanthemum classes

20) THE RAY PURDY CUP – most points in the Chrysanthemum classes

21) THE FRANK ATTHILL MEMORIAL TROPHY – most points in Rose classes

22) THE ROYAL NATIONAL ROSE SOC. BRONZE MEDAL – best Rose exhibit

23) THE ALFRED HARVEY MEMORIAL TROPHY – best Fuchsia exhibit

24) THE BAY LAUREL CUP – most points in pot plant classes

25) THE EVERGREENS’ CUP – best pot plant exhibit

26) THE ARTHUR ABREY MEMORIAL CUP – best fruit exhibit

 

VEGETABLE CLASSES

24 3 Potatoes – white
25 3 Potatoes – coloured
26 9 Runner beans, under 30.5cm
27 9 Runner beans, over 30.5cm
28 3 Carrots – stump rooted- tops trimmed to 7.5cm
29 3 Carrots – long pointed – tops trimmed to 7.5cm
30 3 Leeks
31 3 Beetroot - tops trimmed to 7.5cm
32 5 Medium Tomatoes approx. 65mm in diameter
33 A dish of 20 small Tomatoes – each not exceeding 35mm
34 3 Courgettes between 10 to 15cm long
35 3 Onions – each bulb 250grams max
36 3 Onions – exhibition, over 250grams
37 9 Shallots – Exhibition
38 9 Shallots – for pickling – not exceeding 30mm diameter
39 2 Marrows – 350mm max
40 Heaviest truss of Tomatoes (need not be ripe)
41 2 Cucumbers
42 Any other vegetable
43 A collection of a vase of flowers, a dish of fruit & a dish of veg. (each containing only one kind)
44 Collection of 5 herbs

FRUIT CLASSES

45 3 Apples, cooking
46 3 Apples, dessert
47 3 Pears
48 1 Dish of 10 ripe berries (on stalks)
49 Any other fruit

FLOWER CLASSES

DAHLIAS

50 3 Blooms, small decorative – max size 100mm - 150mm
51 3 Blooms, medium decorative – max size 150mm - 200mm
52 3 Blooms, large or giant decorative
53 1 Specimen bloom, large or giant
54 3 Blooms, small cactus or semi – max size 170mm
55 3 Blooms, medium cactus or semi – max size 220mm
56 5 Blooms, miniature ball – max size 115mm
57 5 Blooms, miniature decorative – max size 115mm
58 5 Blooms, pom pom - max size 55mm
59 3 Blooms, small ball –max size100mm - 150mm
60 A container of 9 blooms - may be mixed
61 A vase of 3 waterlily dahlias
62 A vase of 3 bedding dahlias – any type

GLADIOLI

63 Vase of 3 spikes
64 1 Specimen spike

CHRYSANTHEMUMS

65 Garden spray Chrysanthemums, 3 sprays
66 3 Blooms, incurved or intermediate
67 3 Blooms, reflex
68 1 Pot Chrysanthemum

ROSES

69 5 HT roses – any variety
70 3 HT roses – one variety
71 3 Sprays, floribunda roses – any variety
72 3 Sprays miniature roses – any variety
73 1 Specimen rose with foliage
74 1 Rose judged for perfume only
75 Stages of growth – 3 vases of one variety: bud, 1 open & fully open

FUCHSIAS

76 1 Specimen in pot – single flowered
77 1 Specimen in pot – double flowered
78 1 Specimen in pot – standard or half standard

OTHER FLOWERS

79 Vase of 5 Asters, single
80 Vase of 5 Asters, double
81 Vase of 5 stems not already mentioned
82 Vase of flowers not already mentioned
83 Hydrangea – 3 heads in a vase

POT PLANTS

84 1 Non flowering pot plant
85 1 Geranium (Pelargonium), pot not exceeding 15cm (6”)
86 1 Flowering plant (not already mentioned)
87 Collection of cacti or succulents, 4 kinds
88 A single cactus
89 A container of outdoor plants

NOVELTY CLASSES

No points awarded in this section

90 Longest Runner Bean
91 A misshapen vegetable
92 Heaviest Pumpkin

ENTRY FORM

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