Summer Show

52nd Annual Summer
Flower & Vegetable Show

will take place on

Saturday 22 August 2020 at 2:00pm

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Summer Show

Plant judges: Mr David Shergold and Mr Bryan Madders

 Vegetables (Section A)

1 Shallots (culinary) 7
2 Beetroot 3
3 Onions – bulb over 250 grams 3
4 Onions – bulb under 250 grams 5
5 Runner beans 6
6 Potatoes, white 3
7 Potatoes, coloured 3
8 Carrots 3
9 French beans 6
10 Vegetable Marrows, under 350mm 2
11 Lettuces 2
12 Tomatoes, over 35mm (on a plate) 5
13 Cherry tomatoes, under 35mm (on a plate) 5
14 Courgettes 2
15 Capsicums, any colour 3
16 Cucumbers 2
17 Collection of five kinds of vegetables (not salad). 

One of each kind. Contained within a seed tray approx.14”x9”

18 Collection of five kinds of salad vegetables. 

One of each kind. Contained within a seed tray approx.14”x9”

19 Collection of cut herbs in a container
20 Radishes (salad) on a plate 6
21 Squashes, summer (not pumpkins) 2
22 Peas, any variety, pods on a plate 6
23 Longest runner bean 1
24 Parsnips 2
25 Any mis-shaped vegetable 1
26 Garlic bulb 1
27 Any other summer vegetable 3
28 Pickling shallots, bulbs under 30mm 9

Fruit (Section B)

All fruit entries to be on plates.

It is recommended that stalks are left attached to fruit.

29 Dessert apples 3
30 Culinary apples 3
31 Any one soft fruit: Blackberries 

Raspberries

Hybrid berries

Blueberries

Strawberries

12 

12

12

12

9

32 Plums or gages 5
33 Any one other fruit 

not mentioned above:

Apricots 

Peaches

Nectarines

Cherries

Damsons

Quinces

Figs

Bunch of grapes

Medlars

Melon

3

3

9

9

3

5

1

3

1

Flowers (Section C)

40 Any rose grown as a bush 3 stems
41 Any rose grown as a climber or rambler 3 stems
42 Hybrid tea rose 3 blooms
43 Gladiolus 1 spike
44 Dahlias, cactus 3 blooms
45 Dahlias, any one variety (not cactus) 3 blooms
46 Dahlias, any variety or mixed 5 blooms
47 Sweet peas, any variety or mixed 10 stems
48 Annuals and own foliage 3 or more kinds
49 Herbaceous perennials and own foliage 3 or more kinds
50 A vase of flowers and foliage from your garden
51 A climbing plant in flower 3 stems
52 Fruit from one kind of outdoor tree or shrub 3 stems
53 Flowers from one kind of outdoor tree or shrub 3 stems
54 Decorative foliage (no flowers or fruit) 3 kinds
60 Flowering pot plant, up to 5 inch pot
61 Flowering pot plant, up to 10 inch pot
62 Geranium / Pelargonium, up to 5 inch pot
63 Foliage pot plant, up to 5 inch pot
64 Cactus or succulent plant, up to 5 inch pot
65 Orchid

Floral Art (Section D)

Judge: Jill Mitchell

Spaces will be 24”wide, 30”high and 18”deep, on white cloth

80 Maquerade  
81 An  English country garden  
82 Box of delight

A petite arrangement 25cm x 25cm x 25cm

 
     

Juniors up to 12 years (Section E)

(Children’s work may be guided but should be unaided)

Judge: Gillian Wilson

90 A collage ‘Under the sea’  
91  3 muffins – any flavour  
     

Home produce (Section F)

This section will be judged on taste and appearance

Please don’t use any fresh cream

Judge: Gillian Wilson

100 A plate of 4 sausage rolls
101 An swiss roll
102 

103

A jar of jam or  jelly 

A jar of honey