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This schedule gives details of the classes for the Flower and Produce Show in September 2015.   It is provisional but gives a good idea of what you can enter for the show.  There may be a few changes to the schedule,  but printed versions will be distributed before the show.

Section A

 

Class 1      5 potatoes - 1 variety

Class 2      9 runner beans

Class 3      9 green beans

Class 4      4 onions not exceeding 8oz each

Class 5      4 onions exceeding 8oz each

Class 6      3 globe beetroot - maximum 2” tops

Class 7      3 stump carrots - maximum 2” tops

Class 8      3 long carrots - maximum 2” tops

Class 9      A squash - any variety

Class 10     12 shallots  - large

Class 11     12 shallots

Class 12     3 parsnips - maximum 2” tops

Class 13     6 cherry tomatoes  (no more than 35mm diameter)

Class 14     6 tomatoes - round

Class 15     3 courgettes

Class 16     Longest runner bean

Class 17     Any other vegetable exhibit , including salad vegetables

Class 18     Collection of 3 kinds of vegetable, including salad vegetables (may be from above)

 

Section B

 

Class 19     6 dessert apples - same variety

Class 20     6 cooking apples - same variety

Class 21     6 plums - same variety

Class 22     6 pears - same variety

Class 23     6 Autumn fruiting raspberries (on white paper plate)

 

NB Display without leaves

 

Section C

 

Class 24     5 bedding dahlias - grown from seed

Class 25    3 pompom dahlias -  maximum diameter 2”

Class 26    3 cactus dahlias

Class 27     1 specimen gladiolus

Class 28     Vase of 3 stems each of 3 annuals -

                    different  species

Class 29     Vase of 3 stems each of 3 herbaceous perennials -

                   different species

Class 30     5 asters - any colour

Class 31     3 stems penstemons

Class 32     Vase of 9 sweet peas - same or mixed colours

Class 33     Vase of 3 stems of roses - same type

Class 34     3 stems of pinks - any colour

Section D

 

Class 35     6 eggs - any colour - one will be broken

Class 36     Jar of marmalade - approx 1lb

Class 37     Jar of jam - approx 1lb

Class 38     Jar of jelly - minimum 8oz

Class 39     Jar of chutney - approx 1lb

Class 40     Jar of lemon curd - minimum 8oz

Class 41      Gluten free savoury biscuits- recipe to be given

Class 42    Ginger tray bake  - recipe to   be given

Class 43     For men only - Plaited loaf - recipe to be given

Class 44     Bottle of home made infusion or cordial

Class 45     A stitched article

Class 46     A knitted article - if a garment it should be unworn

Class 47     Any other item of craft made by exhibitor

Class 48     Hand made greetings card without envelope

Class 49     Photo of a church tower or spire taken by exhibitor -       maximum size A5

Class 50     Animal portrait photo taken by exhibitor  - maximum A5    Class 51     A harvest basket arrangement - can include flowers, foliage and vegetables.  Not to exceed 40cm by 30 cm width and depth but no height restriction.

Class 52     Original painting, sketch or drawing

 

NB Foliage/flowers need not be home grown in Class 51

 

Children’s Section

 

Open to children 16 years and under from Stowe-IX-Churches only.

 

Class 53     Miniature farm on a biscuit tin lid or tray.  No larger than 40cm by 25cm .   7 years and under

Class 54    A collage picture - any subject .   8 - 16 years

Class 55    6 decorated biscuits.  The biscuits may be home made or bought.  7 years and under

Class 56  6 decorated biscuits.  The biscuits may be home made or bought. 8 - 16 years

Class 57   Tallest sunflower.  For all ages. Seed will be provided.

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Stowe IX Churches Gardeners’ Club - September Show Schedule

 

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Hints for showing

These are just a few ways that you can improve your chances of winning that 1st prize!