SPRING FLOWER SHOW 2019
AT ST. SAVIOURS CHURCH HALL ON SATURDAY 30TH MARCH AT 2.00 PM.
ADMISSION, INCLUDING EXHIBITORS £1. ACCOMPANIED CHILDREN FREE
Entry forms to be returned to either:- Mr A Butterworth, Half Acre Marden, Brockenhurst, or to Miss A Morrell, The Weirs House, North Weirs, Brockenhurst, or Streets Ironmongers, Brookley Road, Brockenhurst. BY 6PM on WEDNESDAY 27th MARCH 2019
Entry fee per class 30p. Non-members 50p. Class 23 £1.00.
Entry forms, to be returned by 6.00 pm on Wednesday 29th March with fees.
Exhibits with entry cards, to be in position between 8.30 am and 10.30 am on 30th March.
Exhibitors must have left the hall by 10.30 am.
All exhibits must have been in the possession of the exhibitor for at least 3 months before the show.
Prizes in each class unless otherwise indicated: 1st £1.00, 2nd 60p, 3rd 40p.
No exhibits to be removed before the presentation of the prizes.
Presentation of the prizes will be at 3.30pm.
Please be sure to read the General Regulations as well as further guidance at the bottom of this page.
1. Camellias - 3 flowers, no buds.(Floating)
2a. Daffodils - One stem of one flower, (cup) trumpet as long or longer than the petal. Flower to be facing forward.
2b. Daffodils - One stem of one flower, (cup) trumpet less than the length of the petal. Flower to be facing forward.
2c. Daffodils - One stem with one or more double flowers. flowers to be facing forward.
2d. Daffodils - One stem of miniature or multi headed variety. Flowers to be facing forward.
2e. Daffodils - 3 different stems, staged singly, from any of the above categories.
2f. Daffodils - Any other daffodil, one stem. Not from any of the above categories.
3. A variety of 4 different spring flowers (excluding shrubs).
4. Polyanthus - 4 stems.
5. Bowl of winter flowering pansies, floating without foliage.
6. 3 Sprays of flowering shrub, other than camellias.
8. Hellebores, including multi-heading - 3 stems.
9. 3 flowers of the same kind and not included in classes 1 to 8 above.
10. One vase containing 3 stems of foliage grown for the decorative value of their foliage. These stems to be fron 3 different kinds of plant and should be shown without flowers or fruit.
11. Flowering plant or plants in a container, other than bulbs.
12. Flowering spring bulbs in a container.
13. Foliage plant in a container.
14. An exhibit of 2 different kinds of vegetable, one of each.
15. 3 specimens of one variety of vegetable.
NOTE: CLASSES 11. 12. AND 13 THE CONTAINER SHOULD NOT EXCEED 30cm
SUMMER FLOWERS and VEGETABLES SHOW 2016
AT BROCKENHURST VILLAGE HALL ON AUGUST 5th 2016 AT 2.OOPM.
ADMISSION INCLUDING EXHIBITORS : £1 ACCOMPANIED CHILDREN FREE.
Entry fee per class 30p. Non-members : 50p. division G £1.00. Non-members £1.50.
Entry forms for Classes G81,G82, G83 and G84 to be returned by 6.00pm Saturday 22nd July.
Entry forms for all classes except Division G to be returned by 6.00pm on Wednesday 2nd August with fees.
Exhibits with entry cards to be in position between 8.00am an 10.15am on the 5th August.
Exhibitors must have left the hall by 10.15am.
All exhibits to be removed after the presentation of the prizes.
Presentation of the prizes at 3.45pm.
Please be sure to read the General Regulations set out at the end of this schedule.
Unless otherwise indicated the prizes for each class will be: 1st - £1.00,- 2nd - 60p, 3rd - 40p
Potted plant containers not larger than 50cm diameter, unless otherwise specified.
A1.Three vases, each containing one flower or stem chosen from 3 of the following 4 categories:
a) one kind of biennial ; b) one kind of herbaceous perennial ; c) one kind of annual ; d) exhibitors choice, excluding categories a) b) and c) but permitting flowers from trees and shrubs (excluding roses).
Prizes: 1st - £1.50, 2nd - £1.00 and 3rd - 75p.
A2, Three vases, each containing a different kind of flower or stem of an annual flower grown in the open.
Prizes: as class A1.
A3, Three vases, each containing a different kind of flower or stem of a hardy perennial flower (not ffrom trees or shrubs).
Prizes: as class A1.
A4, One vase containing flowers or stems of 7 different kinds of flower grown in the open, shrubs (excluding roses) allowed. One of each each kind with the minimum of foliage. Include a list of the flowers with varieties if known.
A5, One vase containing 3 stems of foliage grown for the decorative value of their foliage. These stens to be from 3 different kinds of plant and should be without flowers or fruit.
A6, One vase containing 3 stems with flowers from one kind of outdoor tree or shrub.
A7, One vase containing 3 rose blooms (hybrid tea).
A8, One vase containing 3 sprays of roses (floribunda).
A9, One vase containing one stem of a climbing plant in flower.
A10, One vase containing one gladiolus, one spike.
A11, One One bowl, 5 pasies or violas without foliage, floating.
A12, One vase, 5 stems of sweet peas (not perennial).
A13, One vase, 5 5 stems of pinks.
A14, One vase, 5 French marigolds.
A15, One vase, 5 hardy geraniums.
A16, One vase, 3 cactus dahlias one vareity.
A17, One vase, 3 decorative dahlias, one variety.
A18, One vase, one stem of an annual flower.
A19, One vase, one stem of a perennial flower.
A20, One vase, 3 hydrangea blooms.
A21, One flowering Saintpaulia, growing in a pot not exceeding 12.5cm diameter.
A22, One fuchsia in a pot not exceeding 20cm in diameter.
A23, One flowering plant in a pot other than Saintpaulia or fucshia.
A24, One cactus or succulent plant in a pot, not exceeding 20cm diameter.
A25 One foliage plant in a pot (not ferns).
A26, One fern in a pot.
A27, One begonia of any kind or vareity in a pot.
A28, A collection of growing ornamental grasses exhibited in 3 pots, each pot not exceeding 20cm diameter, a separate cultivar in each pot, arranged for effect.
A29, A flowering orchid in a pot.
A29a Chairmans Challenge, A seed or plug plant supplied by the Chairman to be collected at the spring show and grown on by the exhibitor.
Unless otherwise indicated the prizes in each class will be, !st - £1.00, 2nd - 60p and 3rd - 40p
Please ensure all exhibits conform to the RHS Handbook ( see General Regulations) unless otherwise specified.
B30, Collection of 5 vegetables, one of each.
Prizes: 1st - £2.00, 2nd - £1.50 and 3rd - £1.00.
B31, 3 Kinds of vegetables in a container, numbers according to schedule below.
Prizes: 1st - £2.00, 2nd -£1.50 and 3rd - £1.00.
B32, Beans, broad -3.
B33, Beans, Dwarf/French - 3.
B34, Beans, runner -3.
B35, Beetroot - 3 tops trimmed to approx. 7.5 cm.
B36, Cabbage - 2 with approx. 7.5cm of stem.
B37, Carrots -3 long pointed, tops trimmed to approx. 7.5cm.
B38, Carrots - 3 stmp rooted, tops trimmed to approx. 7.5cm.
B39, Courgettes - 3.
B40, Cucumbers - 2.
B41, Lettuce - 2, with roots on.
B43, Marrows - pair, maximum length 30cm.
B43, Onions - 3 each weighing 250g or less.
B44, Onions - 3, each weighing 251g or more.
B45, Peas - 6 pods.
B46, Mange tout/Sugar snap peas - 6 pods.
B47, Potatoes - 3 of one vareity.
B48, Shallots, exhibition - 9 bulbs over 3cm in diameter.
B49, Shallots, pickling - 9 bulbs should not exceed 3cm in diameter.
B50, Spinach - 5 leaves in water.
B51, Tomatoes - 3 on a plate with calyxes.
B52, Tomatoes, cherry - 6 on a plate with calyxes.
B53, Any vegetable not listed above*
B54, Culinary herbs, 4 vases each one containing 1 bunch from 4 differnt varieties (named).
C55, Strawberries - 10 on a dish - with stalks.
C56, Raspberries - 10 on a dish - with stalks.
C57, Loganberries - 10 on a dish - with stalks.
C58, Gooseberries - 10 on a dish - with stalks.
C59, Blackcurrants - 10 strigs** on a dish.
C60, Redcurrants - 10 strigs** on a dish.
C61, Any fruit not listed above* on a dish.
C62, Dish of assorted fruit arranged for effect.
* Exhibitors who are unsure of the number of fruit or vegetables required in classes B53 and C61 respectively, should consult the Show Secretary.
** Strigs were previously called sprays.
N.B. Where entries in Divisions B and C are required to be displayed on a plate or dish, this will be provided by the Show Secretary on the day of the show.
Exhibits must be the exhibitors own unaided work.
Niches will be provided for classes F65, F66 and F70.
Prizes in each class will be: 1st - £1.00, 2nd - 60p and 3rd - 40p.
Entries to be judged in accordance with the latest NAFAS Competitions Manual.
F65, "A Vase of Garden Flowers". An exhibit 60cm x 60cm x height optional.
F66, "Last Night of the Proms", An exhibit 60cm x 60cm x 60cm.
F67 "Fur and Feathers" A petite exhibit25cm x 25cm x 25cm.
F68 "Daisy Chain" A miniature exhibit 10cm x 10cm x 10cm.
F69, (Men Only Class) "Farmers Market" An exhibit 60cm x 60cm x height optional.
Classes to be judged in situ during late July.
Entry forms for all classes in division G to be returned by Saturday 22nd July 2017.
Prizes in these classes will be: 1st - £5.00, 2nd - £2.00 and 3rd £1.00
G81, Most attractive single patio container or hanging basket.
G82, Most attractive group of complementary patio containers or hanging baskets, (no fewer than 3 )
G83, Best vegetable garden or allotment.
G84, Most attractive summer garden.
Photographs not to exceed 15cm x 10cm.
Prizes will be: 1st - £1.00, 2nd - 60p and 3rd - 40p.
H92, group of 3 photographs from a Brockenhurst Horticultural Association outing.
GENERAL REGULATIONS FOR SHOWS
1 .SCHEDULES ARE BASED ON THE LATEST RHS HORTICULTURAL SHOW HANDBOOK, THE NFWI HANDBOOK FOR EXHIBITORS, JUDGES AND SHOW COMMITTEES AND THE LATEST EDITION OF THE NAFAS COMPETITIONSMANUAL. COPIES OF THESE ARE HELD BY THE HONARY SHOW SECRETARY AND EXHIBITORS ARE URGED TO CONSULT THE HANBOOKS IF IN DOUBTABOUT THE REQUIREMENTS OF ANY CLASS.
2. INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITORS MUST BE MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OR NON-MEMBERS LIVING WITHIN FOUR MILES OF BROCKENHURST.
3. ONLY ONE ENTRY PER CLASS WILL BE ACCEPTED FROM ANY EXHIBITOR.
4. ENTRY CARDS WILL BE PROVIDED FOR EACH EXHBIT AND MUST BE PLACED FACE DOWNWARDS WITH THE EXHIBIT.
5. IN AWARDING PRIZES, THE DECISIONS OF THE JUDGES WILL BE FINAL.
6. JUDGES MAY WITHOLD PRIZES IF THEY CONSIDER EXHIBITS BELOW STANDARD.
7. POINTS FOR THE AWARD OF TROPHIES WILL BE: 1ST - 3, 2ND - 2 AND 3RD - 1.
8.TROPHIES WILL BE HELD BY THE WINNERS FOR ONE YEAR.
9. EXHIBITORS ARE ENCOURAGED TO STATE PLANT NAMES ON A LABEL WITH EXHIBIT.
10. THE TERM "VASE" MEANS A PLAIN CONTAINER HAVING A GREATER HEIGHT THAN THE WIDTH OF IT'S MOUTH.
11. EXHIBITORS SHOULD REMOVE THEIR EXHIBITS AT THE END OFTHE SHOWS TOGETHER WITH ANY PACKING MATERIAL AND WASTE.
12. THE COMMITTEE DO NOT HOLD THEMSELVED RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DAMAGE TO OR LOSS OF EXHIBITS WHICH ARE SHOWN ENTIRELY AT THE OWNERS RISK.
13. ENTRIES MUST BE STAGED BY THE EXHIBITOR OR THEIR AUTHORISED REPRESENTITIVE.
ENTRY FORMS CAN BE COLLECTED AT ANY MEETING IN THE VILLAGE HALL OR BY APPOINTMENT FROM MARGARET SELBY TEL. 01590 622457.