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Show Schedule 2019

as at 3 March 2019

 

This is the Show Schedule for the 2019 Show.  Hard copies will be available at various locations and garden centres from mid April 2019 onwards.

Staging timesFriday, 4.30 to 8.30pm & Saturday, 8.00 to 9.45am

PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE A NUMBER OF CHANGES TO CLASSES THIS YEAR, SO PLEASE READ THE SCHEDULE CAREFULLY.

SECTION A – VEGETABLES

Variety to be named where possible

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1.             4 Potatoes White – one cultivar

2.             4 Potatoes Coloured – one cultivar

3.             16 Potatoes, 4 of each cultivar - named and displayed in a box or board 18” x 18” max

4.             3 Onions from Seed - each onion over 250 grams

5.             3 Onions from Seed - each onion under 250 grams

6.             3 Red Onions

7.             3 Onions from Sets

8.             6 Shallots

9.             2 Leeks – Blanched or Intermediate

10.           2 Pot Leeks

11.            3 Carrots - long

12.           3 Carrots - stump

13.           3 Beetroot

14.           6 Pods of Peas

15.           6 Runner Beans

16.           6 Broad Beans

17.           1 Lettuce

18.           1 Cucumber

19.           3 Courgettes - 4” to 8”

20.          4 Red Tomatoes

21.           4 Yellow Tomatoes

22.          4 Cherry Tomatoes

23.          1 Cauliflower (to be shown with a 3” stalk)

24.          1 Cabbage (to be shown with a 3” stalk)

25.          1 Vase of 5 kinds of Culinary Herb - 2 stems of each and to be named

26.          Any other vegetable – to be named

27.          1 pot of Parsley (not exceeding 6”)

28.          A selection of vegetables (excluding giant vegetables but can include tomatoes and herbs) to be displayed in a trug or similar container (max size 12” x 24”) – to be judged for quality and visual effect 

29.          5 kinds of vegetables to be displayed in a box 24” x 18” max (can be displayed with a backing board)

SECTION B – FRUIT

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30.          10 Raspberries with Husks

31.           10 Gooseberries

32           6 Strawberries

33.          Blackcurrants (with strings) - a minimum of 110g or 4 oz

34.          Redcurrants (with strings) - a minimum of 110g or 4 oz

35.          3 Dessert Apples

36.          3 Cooking Apples

37.          3 kinds of Fruit - 3 of each (currants (with strings) - a minimum of 110g/4 oz) - to be displayed on 1 plate

38.          Any other fruit – to be named

 

SECTION C - POT PLANTS

Please note the maximum Pot Size is 9” and to be displayed on saucers

(no restriction on pot size for standards)

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39.          Fern

40.          Coleus

41.           Any other Foliage Plant

42.          Pelargonium/Geranium – single

43.          Pelargonium/geranium – double or semi-double

44.          Pelargonium - regal

45.          Begonia - small headed

46.          Begonia - large headed - over 2”

47.          Foliage Begonia

48.          Cactus

49.          Succulent

50.          Bonsai

51.           Gloxinia

52.          Streptocarpus

53.          Orchid

54.          Fuchsia - single

55.          Fuchsia - double

56.          Half Standard Fuchsia - 18” to 30” clear stem

57.          Quarter Standard Fuchsia - 10” to 18” clear stem

58.          Any other Flowering plant

59.          Group of Plants Grown in a Container (max 18” diameter)

60.          A Window Box/Trough (max length 30”)

61.           Hanging Pot (max 8” diameter pot - own choice of plants)

62.          Hanging Basket (max 16” diameter basket - own choice of plants)

SECTION D - FLOWERS

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63.          6 Marigolds displayed on a board

64.          Begonia Head (can be displayed on a board)

65.          1 Single Rose floating in a glass bowl (glass bowl provided by Club)

66.          Vase of 3 Rose Stems Hybrid T (same cultivar)

67.          Vase of 3 Rose Stems Hybrid T (different cultivar)

68.          1 Single Rose to be judged for scent only

69.          Vase of 1 Rose Stem Floribunda

70.          Vase of 12 Sweet Peas - mixed

71.           Vase of 6 Sweet Peas – white, cream or pink

72.          Vase of 6 Sweet Peas - lavender, mauve or blue

73.          Vase of 6 Sweet Peas - scarlet or maroon

74.          Vase of Dahlia Medium Decorative - (1 bloom)

75.          Vase of Dahlia Pom-Pom - (1 cultivar - 3 blooms)

76.          Vase of Dahlia Medium Decorative - (1 cultivar - 3 blooms)

77.          Vase of Dahlia Cactus - (1 cultivar - 3 blooms)

78.          Vase of Dahlia - (any cultivar – 3 blooms)

79.          Vase of Mixed Dahlia - (not more than 9 stems)

80.          Vase of Perennials – (1 cultivar)

81.           Vase of Mixed Perennials

82.          Vase of 1 Gladioli

83.          Vase of 2 Gladioli - large

84.          Vase of 2 Gladioli - butterfly

85.          Vase of Annuals – (1 cultivar)

86.          Vase of Mixed Annuals

87.          Vase of Flowering Shrub - (1 cultivar)

88.          Vase of Mixed Flowering Shrubs

89.          Vase of Asters (annuals)

90.          Vase of Carnations (4 stems)

91.           Vase of Pinks (4 stems)

 

SECTION E - HOME-COOKING

Please ensure that all products are displayed in or on disposable plates/containers.

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92.          2 slices of Coffee and Walnut Cake

93.          2 slices of Fruit Gingerbread

94.          2 slices of Fatless Sponge (filled) – made using 4 eggs

95.          4 Rockbuns           

96.          4 Scones incorporating Strawberries

97.          4 Chocolate Brownies

98           An individual Trifle

99.          2 slices of Courgette Cake

100.         An individual Vegetable Quiche

101.         4 Wholemeal Bread Rolls

 

SECTION F – PRESERVES –

Jars can be displayed with lids and to be labelled with variety and date made

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102.         Jar of Raspberry Jam

103.         Jar of Gooseberry Jam

104.         Any other single variety of jam (not named above)

105.         Jar of Mixed Fruit Jam (minimum of two fruits – fruits to be named)

106.         Jar of any variety of sweet Jelly

107.         Jar of any variety of savoury Jelly

108.         Jar of Marmalade

109.         Jar of Lemon Curd

110.         Jar of Chutney

111.          Jar of Pickled Beetroot

112.         Bottle of Fruit Coulis

113.         6 home produced eggs in a box  

 

SECTION G - CRAFTWORK

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114.         Knitted Article for a baby or child

115.         Any other Knitted Article   

116.         Crocheted Article

117.         A Dressed Doll      

118.         A Picture/Collage incorporating using buttons 

119.         A Bag made using Recycled Product(s)

120.         Handmade piece of Jewellery

121.         A Painting in a medium of your choice (max size A5)

 

 

SECTION H – PHOTOGRAPHY

All photographs to be mounted and not framed (photo size 6” x 4“ max)

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122.         “A Place in the Sun”

123.         “A Black and White Landscape”

124.         “Highland Wildlife”

125.         “Riverside”

126.         “A Christmas Scene”

127.         “Birds, Bugs, Bees and Butterflies”

128.         “My Favourite Rose”

 

SECTION I – FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS

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129.         “Wimbledon”– An arrangement to celebrate this tournament (max width 20”)

130.         “Summer Fiesta ” - A buffet table arrangement (max width 20”)

131.         “Where have the Flowers Gone?” – (max width 20”)

132.         “Arrangement in a Teacup” – (max size 6” x 6”)

133.         A Ladies Corsage to be worn on the wrist

 

SECTION J - YOUNG GARDENERS - Under 8 years

Kindly Sponsored by Moray Estates Development Company

134.         Arrangement of Flowers in a Jam Jar

135.         Miniature Garden (in a seed tray or similar - not to exceed 15” x 9”)

136.         Animal made from Vegetables and/or Fruit

137.         A Finger Painting (max size A5)

138.         A picture made from pasta (on a paper plate - max size 8”)

139.         A plate of vegetables grown by the entrant at home or allotment (max size 8”)

140.         A Marshmallow person

 

 

SECTION K – YOUNG GARDENERS - Over 8 years

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141.         Arrangement of Flowers in an old Shoe, Boot or Trainer

142.         Bug hotel made from natural materials (no bigger than a shoe box)

143.         Animal made from Vegetables and/or Fruit

144.         Paper Mache mask

145.         A piece of art or craftwork incorporating recycled materials

146.         A plate of vegetables grown by the entrant at home or allotment (max size 8”)

147.         A Chocolate treat

 

 

 

SECTION L – HOME-MADE WINE & OTHER DRINKS

To be displayed in the appropriate bottle with the correct top

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148.         1 Bottle of Dry White

149.         1 Bottle of Sweet White

150.         1 Bottle of Dry Red

151.         1 Bottle of Sweet Red

152.         1 Bottle of Rose

153.         1 Bottle of Lemonade

 

154.    Members’ Only Class

Club members’ are asked to attend the June 2019 meeting for a hands on session to plant up a planter for the members’ only class.  The planter and a selection of plants will be made available to all members’ at this meeting. 

The planters will be used at the stage area on show day to create a colourful display and showcase different kinds of plants.

 




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