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1    Top Tray (See Top Tray rules)

2     Broad beans, 6 pods

3     Runner beans, 6 pods

4*   French beans (dwarf or climbing), 6 pods

5     Tomatoes, 4 with calyx, of one variety

6     Cabbage, not less than 75mm stem, 2 heads

7     Carrots, 3, stump rooted, not more than 75mm leaf stalk

8     Carrots, 3, long, not more than 75mm leaf stalk

9     Beetroot, 3, globe with not more than 75mm leaf stalk

10   Beetroot, 3 cylindrical or long, no more than 75mm leaf stalk

11*  Peas, 6 pods

12   Mange tout or sugar snap peas, 6 pods of either

13   Lettuce, 2 matching heads with roots, any variety

14   Bunch of 12 radishes (roots & leaves to be left on)

15*  Potatoes (white), 5

16*  Potatoes (coloured), 5

17   Onions, 3 (roots & foliage trimmed)

18   Garlic, 3 bulbs, not segmented

19*  Shallots (pickling), 9 to pass through 30mm ring

20*  Shallots (excluding pickling), 9

21   Spinach, 3 bunches, 5 leaves to each bunch

22   Pair of marrows, for table use not more than 380mm long

23   Courgettes, 4, 100-150mm in length

24   Rhubarb, 3 sticks (as pulled, leaf trimmed to 75mm in length)

25   Collection of fresh herbs for culinary use, 4 distinct kinds (named in separate vases)

26   Collection of vegetables, 4 kinds, 1 of each kind

27   Any other vegetable not listed in schedule - 2 different entries allowed.


Novice Section 

28   Any root vegetable (3 of same variety)

29   Any non-root vegetable (3 of same variety)

30   Plate (12 inch max diameter) of one or more kind(s) of fruit.              (Quantities of fruits exhibited to be as detailed in the fruit section below)


31*   Blackcurrants, 8 striggs (bunches)

32*   Red or white currants, 8 striggs (bunches)

33*   Gooseberries, 12, with stalks

34*   Raspberries, 12, with stalks

35*   Blackberries and their hybrids (tayberries, loganberries, etc,) 12, with stalks

36*   Strawberries, 7, with stalks

37    Plate of mixed soft fruit (not stoned fruit), 3 distinctive kinds. 
Fruits will be judged on quality & presentation 
(Quantities of fruit exhibited to be as detailed in the fruit section)

38   Plate of any other type of soft fruit (not stoned). 

Name of fruit to be stated

Exhibits marked with a * to be displayed on paper plates or vases, as supplied at the time of exhibit staging.  Where necessary, sand will also be supplied.

Home Grown Vegetables
Girl Harvesting Vegetable





39  Miniature  roses, 1 vase, 3 stems of any variety or varieties

40   Large flowered rose, 1 stem

41   Large flowered roses, 3 stems, any variety or varieties

42   Clustered flower rose, 1 stem

43   Clustered flower rose, 3 stems, any variety or varieties

44  3 stages rose blossoms, 3 stems, 1 bud, 1 perfect, 1 full bloom (1 variety)

45   One bowl of roses, any kind or kinds

Sweet Pea

46   7 Sweet Peas, 1 variety, 7 stems

47   Sweet Peas, 1 varitey, 3 stems

48   Sweet Peas, mixed varieties, 3 stems

49   Perennial Sweet Peas, any variety or varieties, 7 stems

General flower Classes
Note: Plants of a kind are those in the same genus

50   Sweet Williams, 3 stems

51   Alstroermeria, 3 stems

52   Pansies or violas, one variety, 6 blooms

53   Pinks, any variety or varieties, 6 stems displayed on boards

(to be provided)

54   Carnations, any variety or varieties, 3 blooms

55   Dahlias, any variety or varieties, 3 blooms

56   Calendulas, 3 stems

57   Gladiolus, 1 spike

58   Delphinium, 1 spike

59   Lily, 1 spike

60   Marigolds, French or African, one variety, 6 stems or blooms

61   Phlox, any variety or varieties, 3 stems

62   Fuchsia, 6 individual single blooms detached from stem, displayed on boards (to be provided)

63   Fuchsia, 6 individual double blooms detached from stem, displayed on boards (to be provided)

64   Vase of mixed flowers, 4 kinds maximum

65   Vase of shrubs grown for foliage effect

66   1 vase of 3 hosta leaves, one or more varieties

67   Hanging Basket - any size

Pot Plants

68   1 plant, fern, 180mm pot or smaller

69   1 plant, foliage only, 180mm pot or smaller

70   1 plant, Pelargonium, 180mm pot or smaller

71   1 plant, Begonia, flowering, 180mm pot or smaller

72   1 plant, Fushsia, single flower, 180mm pot or smaller

73   1 plant, Fushsia, double flowered, 180mm pot or smaller

74   1 plant, Cactus or Succulent

75   A collection of Cacti/Succulents in a 250mm pot

76   1 plant, flowering, other than classes 73 to 77, 180mm pot or smaller

Young Gardeners
(Age limit 16)

77   Exhibit of 3 rooted vegetables, same or mixed

78   Exhibit of 3 vegetables, non rooted, same or mixed

79   A bowl of floating flowers, 250mm maximum diameter

80   Tied posy of flowers, in a wine glass

81   One vase of mixed flowers, 4 kinds maximum

82   Garden or allotment in a seed tray, approx. 375mm x 250mm x 65mm

83   A creative exhibit made of any plant or vegetable material (pins allowed)

84  A group exhibit made of any plant or vegetable material

Indoor plants on the windowsill

The National Sweet pea Society's medal & Certificate

85    1 vase or bowl of Sweet Peas, any one variety or varieties, arranged with Sweet Pea foliage only.  Not more than 12 spikes to be used.

All sweet Pea exhibited must be legibly named on white cards

Floral Arrangements

87   Spring - an exhibit

88   Summer - an exhibit

89   Autumn - an exhibit

90   Winter - an exhibit

Table covering: Pale Green - kindly supplied by Daisy Tuffen Flower Club (Pyrford).

Top Vase

(See special rules under top Vase section)

86   A vase of mixed flowering stems, containing a total of between 5 & 10 stems.

No seed heads, dried flowers or berries allowed.

Floral Arrangements Novice 


An arrangement in a basket featuring flowers and foliage (Space allowed – as Class 90).  This Class is open to anyone who has not previously won a prize for a floral arrangement at the Show.  This arrangement may be brought in ready assembled but if necessary adjustments are allowed before the end of staging time.

Floral Arrangement 1
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