|Class 1||Single Trumpet Narcissus||Three stems of one or more variety of single trumpet Narcissus, trumpet as long as or longer than the petals|
|Class 2||Large Cupped Narcissus||Three stems of one or more variety of single large cupped Narcissus, trumpet more than one third, but less than length of the petals|
|Class 3||Small Cupped Narcissus||Three stems of one or more variety of single small cupped Narcissus|
|Class 4||Double Flower Narcissus||Three stems of one or more variety of single headed Narcissus, double flower|
|Class 5||Multi-headed Narcissus||Three stems of one or more variety of multi-headed Narcissus|
|Class 6||Miniature Narcissus||Five stems of one or more variety|
|Class 7||Split Corona Narcissus||Three stems of one or more variety|
|Class 8||Mixed Narcissus||A vase of mixed Narcissus – 7 stems|
|Class 9||Large flowered Tulip||Three stems of one or more variety of self-coloured (i.e. a single colour) large flowered Tulip|
|Class 10||Other Tulips||Three stems of any other Tulip|
|Class 11||Bulb, corm or Rhizome Flowers||One stem each of three different varieties of bulb, corm or rhizome flowers (including lillies/flitillaries), which may include the above classes|
|Class 12||Garden Flowers||One stem each of five different garden flowers, excluding Classes 1 – 10 above|
|Class 13||Helleborus||Three heads (any variety) floating in water|
|Class 14||Pot Plant||Any overwintered flowering plant in a pot|
|Class 15||Flowering Shrub||One stem each of three different varieties of flowering shrub in bloom|
|Class 16||Best Flower||Single stem of the best flower from your garden|
|Class 17||Bulbs||A container of growing bulbs|
|Class 18||Home Grown Flowers||A collection in a vase not exceeding 18″ overall|
|Class 19||Flower Arrangement||of home grown flowers and foliage, no oasis, theme – an Interpretation of Spring – not exceeding 15″ overall|
Non Members are welcome to exhibit – Exhibits received from 10.00 a.m. to 11.15 a.m. – Entries 20p each
Judging 11.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Open to the public 1.15 p.m. to 2.00 p.m.
Awards presentation 1.45 p.m.
Close of show and removal of exhibits 2.00 p.m.
Public Admission – Adults £1.00, Children – free
Class Prizes will be certificates from Perennial, the Gardeners’ Royal Benevolent Society
|The Harry Wyatt Memorial Bowl||Awarded to the member with highest number of points in Classes 1 to 17|
|The Jeremy Swynnerton Cup||Awarded to the best exhibit from Class 18|
|The Sir Jim Holland Cup||Awarded to the best exhibit from Class 19|
Notes for exhibitors:-
Please enter as many Classes as you can. If you have never exhibited before, bring a selection of your flowers and a member of the committee will help you to set them up and put them in the right Class. Try to use a container which will hold the blooms reasonably upright, using moss or other material to pack the stems if needed. The point awarded to the prize winners of each Class are in accordance with the rules laid down by the Royal Horticultural Society.
All exhibits are to have been grown, or brought on for at least three months by the exhibitor.
Entries to Class 15 must have been planted up by the exhibitor and may include hardy plants or tender plants intended to last throughout the summer.
Multiple entries to a Class are allowed, and encouraged, but no exhibitor may take more than one prize in any Class.