All varieties to be named. For the purposes of this Schedule,
the Classification of Dahlias is as follows:
- Giant Blooms over 260mm
- Large Blooms over 220mm, but not exceeding 260mm.
- Medium Blooms over 170mm, but not exceeding 220mm.
- Small Blooms over 115mm, but not exceeding 170mm.
- Miniature Blooms up to 115mm.
- Pompon Blooms not exceeding 55mm and large pompons not exceeding 83mm.
10. One bloom Large or Giant Decorative
11. One bloom Large or Giant Cactus or Semi-Cactus.
12. One vase, 3 blooms Medium Decorative, one or more varieties.
13. One vase, 3 blooms Medium Cactus and/or Semi-Cactus
14. One vase, 3 blooms Small Decorative
15. One vase, 3 blooms Small Cactus and/or Semi-Cactus
15a.One vase, 3 blooms Fimbriated
15b.One vase, 3 blooms Collerette
16. One vase, 5 blooms Pompon
17. One vase, 3 blooms Ball
18. One vase, 3 blooms, any other type, one or more varieties, including miniatures.
19. Bowl of Dahlias, any type or varieties, arranged for frontal effect.(Classes 10 – 19 to be one or more varieties)
SPECIAL DAHLIA CLASS
(Open to exhibitors who are not entering any of the classes above.)
20. One single bloom, any type or variety.
20a.One vase 3 blooms any type, 1 or more varieties
21. One specimen, large-flowered rose – in a vase
22. Vase of three stems Hybrid Tea roses, one or more varieties
23. Three sprays of floribunda roses, one or more varieties
24. Vase of seed bearing grasses any type maximum height 2ft
25. Vase of 6 Cut Flowers of any one variety not in Schedule
26. Container of Growing Herbs – not to exceed 18” in diameter – minimum of 3 different types
27. Patio container – not to exceed 18”in diameter – min. 5 plant species
Prizes by Mr and Mrs Raveendran
28. Vase of mixed flowers, not to exceed 18” in width.
29. Foliage Plant in pot. Pot not to exceed 8” in diameter.
30. Pot Plant in flower – excluding fuchsias. Pot not to exceed 8” diameter.
Prizes by Mr R Small
31. One specimen spike of Gladiolus.
32. A House plant – not specified in other classes. Pot not to exceed 12”diameter.
33. One Cactus or Succulent.
34. One Fuchsia – pot not to exceed 10” in diameter.
Prizes by Mrs S Salt
35. A Container of Mixed Foliage – not to exceed 18” in width.
Please refer to Rules & Guidance here
36. Five Cooking Apples on a plate.
37. Five Dessert Apples on a plate.
38. 10 Raspberries on a plate.
39. Plate of any other Fruit not shown in Schedule – to be judged on quality and presentation – not according to RHS points system.
39a. Six Plums, damsons or greengages on a plate – one type only.
Please, state variety, if known, with entry.
40. Nine cherry type or small fruited tomatoes up to 35mm diameter
Prizes by Mr & Mrs D J Healy
41. Five medium Tomatoes approx 60mm in diameter
41a. Three Beefsteak tomatoes minimum 75mm diameter
42. Pair of Aubergines.
43. Nine Shallots – same variety either large or small.
44. Five white Potatoes on a plate.
45. Five coloured Potatoes on a plate.
46. Five Onions (250g or under each).
46a.Five Red Onions.
47. Five Onions (over 250g each).
48. Three Beetroots, round.
49. Two Cucumbers.
50. Three Carrots, pointed (over 30cm – excluding foliage).
51. Three Carrots, stumped.
52. Two Parsnips.
53. Pair of Marrows, not over 38cm in length.
53a.Three Courgettes, 10 – 20cm in length.
Prizes by Mr R Higgs
54. Heaviest Marrow/Courgette.
55. Heaviest Pumpkin.
Prizes by Mr & Mrs D Elliott
56. Three Leeks, trimmed.
57. Nine Runner Beans.
57a.Nine french/dwarf beans
58. Two Capsicums.
59. Three Heads of Sweet Corn.
60. Any other Vegetable not shown in Schedule – to be judged on quality and presentation, not according to RHS points system, minimum of 2.
61. Truss of Tomatoes – to be judged on quality and presentation, not according to RHS points system.
62. Collection of Vegetables, 4 kinds, numbers as in individual classes. To be staged in a tray not exceeding 2’ x 2’. Pointing for this class will be based on the RHS system.
62a.Novice Class – never to have won a 1st prize for a collection of vegetables at this show. 3 kinds of vegetable with 3 items of each kind.