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2021 Virtual Spring Show

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The 2021 Virtual Spring Show of Flowers, Vegetables,
Floral Art, Cookery and Photography 
View the Show and enjoy Afternoon Teas in your Living Room
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1      NARCISSI/DAFFODILS - MINIATURES - THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 1

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Alan Pitt

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Chris Redknap

Class 1 Judith Parsons - Three blooms. D

Judith Parsons

6      NARCISSI/DAFFODILS - MINIATURES - FIVE BLOOMS, ANY DIVISION

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Chris Redknap

8      NARCISSI/DAFFODILS - ONE BLOOM, DIVISION 1

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Ian Parsons

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Chris Redknap

9     NARCISSI/DAFFODILS - ONE BLOOM, DIVISION 2

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Teresa Welch

12   NARCISSI/DAFFODILS - ONE BLOOM, ANY DIVISION OTHER THAN 1 - 4

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Sue Goodsall

13   NARCISSI/DAFFODILS - THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 1- one or more varieties

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Chris Redknap

Ian Parsons

14   NARCISSI/DAFFODILS - THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 2 - one or more varieties

Class 14 Teresa Welch - Daffodils Three

Teresa Welch

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Sue Goodsall

18   NARCISSI/DAFFODILS - FIVE BLOOMS, ANY DIVISIONS - two or more varieties

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Roy Godsmark

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Ian Parsons

19   NINE PANSY AND/OR VIOLA BLOOMS

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Judith Parsons

20   A BOWL OR DISH CONTAINING A FLOATING DISPLAY OF HELLEBORE BLOOMS

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Jacqui Whatford

21   A BOWL OR DISH CONTAINING A FLOATING DISPLAY OF CAMELLIA BLOOMS

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Teresa Welch

Chris Redknap

Sue Goodsall

Alan Pitt

22   ONE SPECIMEN HYACINTH BLOOM

Sue Goodsall

24   POLYANTHUS OR PRIMROSES - one or more varieties

Class 24 Teresa Welch - Polyanthus or Pr

Teresa Welch

28   FLOWERING SHRUBS – one or more varieties

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Alan Pitt

29   ONE POT OF DAFFODILS/NARCISSI

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Colin Hewitt

Ian Parsons

30   ONE POT OF TULIPS

Class 30 Teresa Welch - Red Tulips Final

Teresa Welch

31   ONE BOWL OR POT, HYACINTHS

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Chris Redknap

33    ONE POT OF MINIATURE DAFFODILS/NARCISSI – one variety

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Chris Redknap

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Alan Pitt

34    ONE POT OF ANY OTHER FLOWERING BULB/CORM/RHIZOME OR SIMILAR – one variety

Teresa Welch

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Sue Goodsall

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Chris Redknap

35    A FLOWERING PLANT IN A POT

Class 35 Teresa Welch - A Flowering Plan

Teresa Welch

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Ian Parsons

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Sue Goodsall

Judith Parsons

36    A FOLIAGE PLANT IN A POT

Class 36 Teresa Welch - A Foliage Plant.

Teresa Welch

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Sue Goodsall

37    A PATIO POT

Stephen
D'Allenger-Bradshaw

38    TWO CAULIFLOWERS

Class 38 Teresa Welch - Two Cauliflowers

Teresa Welch

47   A LAYERED SPONGE CAKE DECORATED WITH A SPRINGTIME THEME

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Eileen Green

48   A LEEK AND CHEESE FLAN

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Judith Parsons

50   A JAR OF CHUTNEY – 450gm (1lb) jar approx.

Class 50 Teresa Welch - A Jar of Chutney

Teresa Welch

51    A JAR OF JAM – 450gm (1lb) jar approx.

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Teresa Welch

52   AN ARRANGEMENT WITH AN EASTER BUNNY THEME

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Sara D'Allenger-Bradshaw

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Teresa Welch

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Chris Redknap

54   A SPRING ARRANGEMENT IN AN EGGCUP

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Chris Redknap

Judith Parsons

55   ‘GARDEN TOOL/TOOLS’

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Ian Parsons

57   ‘BEFORE AND AFTER’ – a set of two photos: one depicting ‘BEFORE’, one depicting ‘AFTER’

Before

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After

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Amy Chaplin

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Chris Redknap

Before

Class 57 Judith Parsons - before & after

After

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Susan Chalkley

Judith Parsons

The Classes for the 2021 Spring Show were:

 

NARCISSI/DAFFODILS – MINIATURES - All exhibits must be classified as ‘miniature’ form(s). No bloom to measure more than 50mm diameter.
1     THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 1 - one or more varieties
2     THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 2 - one or more varieties
3     THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 3 - one or more varieties
4     THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 4 - one or more varieties
5     THREE BLOOMS, ANY DIVISION OTHER THAN 1 - 4 - one or more varieties
6     FIVE BLOOMS, ANY DIVISIONS - two or more varieties
7     ONE BLOOM, ANY DIVISION OTHER THAN 1 - 4

 

NARCISSI/DAFFODILS – ALL OTHER FORMS/VARIETIES, EXCLUDING MINIATURES
8     ONE BLOOM, DIVISION 1
9     ONE BLOOM, DIVISION 2
10   ONE BLOOM, DIVISION 3
11   ONE BLOOM, DIVISION 4
12   ONE BLOOM, ANY DIVISION OTHER THAN 1 - 4
13   THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 1 - one or more varieties
14   THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 2 - one or more varieties
15   THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 3 - one or more varieties
16   THREE BLOOMS, DIVISION 4 - one or more varieties
17   THREE BLOOMS, ANY DIVISION OTHER THAN 1 – 4 - one or more varieties
18   FIVE BLOOMS, ANY DIVISIONS - two or more varieties
The JOHN KINNEST MEMORIAL TROPHY awarded for the Best Daffodil Exhibit, classes 8 - 18

 

FLOWERS
19   NINE PANSY AND/OR VIOLA BLOOMS – display pots provided by the Society
20   A BOWL OR DISH CONTAINING A FLOATING DISPLAY OF HELLEBORE BLOOMS Any foliage and/or accessories

       may be used. No space or height restrictions. Please note: blooms MUST be displayed floating on water – do not   

       overfill your container!
21   A BOWL OR DISH CONTAINING A FLOATING DISPLAY OF CAMELLIA BLOOMS Any foliage and/or accessories

       may be used. No space or height restrictions. Please note: blooms MUST be displayed floating on water – do not

       overfill your container!
22   ONE SPECIMEN HYACINTH BLOOM
23   WALLFLOWERS – one or more varieties
24   POLYANTHUS OR PRIMROSES - one or more varieties
25   FORGET ME NOTS
26   THREE TULIPS – one or more varieties
27   ANY MIXED FLOWERS
28   FLOWERING SHRUBS – one or more varieties

 

“GROWING” BULBS
29   ONE POT OF DAFFODILS/NARCISSI – pot not to exceed 255mm (10ins) internal diameter
30   ONE POT OF TULIPS – pot not to exceed 255mm (10ins) internal diameter
31   ONE BOWL OR POT, HYACINTHS
32   ONE HYACINTH GROWN IN ANY CONTAINER
33   ONE POT OF MINIATURE DAFFODILS/NARCISSI – one variety – pot not to exceed 255mm (10ins) internal diameter
34   ONE POT OF ANY OTHER FLOWERING BULB/CORM/RHIZOME OR SIMILAR – one variety – pot not to exceed

       255 mm (10ins) internal diameter
The RON AND JEAN TIGG MEMORIAL CUP awarded to the best exhibit in classes 29 – 34


POT PLANTS
35   A FLOWERING PLANT IN A POT
36   A FOLIAGE PLANT IN A POT
37   A PATIO POT – must contain a mixed display of at least four different types or varieties of plants. Pot not to exceed

       350mm (14ins) internal diameter
 

VEGETABLES – Exhibits should be uniform in size & tender. ROOT CROPS to be carefully washed with a soft sponge. CABBAGES AND CAULIFLOWERS should be shown with approximately 50mm (2ins) of stalk.
38   TWO CAULIFLOWERS
39   FIVE SHOOTS SPROUTING BROCCOLI
40   THREE LEEKS
41   THREE ONIONS
42   THREE STICKS OF RHUBARB - natural
43   THREE STICKS OF RHUBARB - forced
44   ANY OTHER VEGETABLE NOT SPECIFIED – quantity as “Single Dish List” Page 16 of the Schedule.

 

DOMESTIC – All items to be home-made ‘from scratch’ (not from kits) and to be staged by 10 am. Exhibits must be presented on plates, (paper plates acceptable) and displayed under suitable clear hygienic covering. Clear cake domes will be made available for exhibits on show day.
45   A SIMNEL CAKE
46   SIX EASTER BISCUITS
47   A LAYERED SPONGE CAKE DECORATED WITH A SPRINGTIME THEME
48   A LEEK AND CHEESE FLAN
49   A JAR OF SEVILLE MARMALADE – 450gm (1lb) jar approx.
50   A JAR OF CHUTNEY – 450gm (1lb) jar approx.
51   A JAR OF JAM – 450gm (1lb) jar approx.

The COPPER KETTLE TROPHY awarded for the Best Domestic Exhibit.

 

FLORAL ART – Any natural materials, grown or bought, may be used. No preparation on show tables permitted. Please note the maximum space allowed.
52   AN ARRANGEMENT WITH AN EASTER BUNNY THEME Max. space: 600mm x 600mm
       (2ft x 2ft) No height restriction.

53   AN ARRANGEMENT IN A TEAPOT Max. space: 450mm x 450mm (18ins x 18ins) No height restriction.
54   A SPRING ARRANGEMENT IN AN EGGCUP Max. space: 300mm x 300mm (12ins x 12ins) No height restriction.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY – all photos to have been taken by the exhibitor within the last twelve months – no previously exhibited photo allowed. Maximum print size A4.
55   ‘GARDEN TOOL/TOOLS’
56   ‘SURPRISE’
57   ‘BEFORE AND AFTER’ – a set of two photos: one depicting ‘BEFORE’, one depicting ‘AFTER’


CHILDREN’S CLASSES – For children and grandchildren of members.
Age must be stated on entry form. Please use a separate entry form for each child.

8 YEARS AND UNDER
58   TAKE AN UNUSUAL SELFIE. Maximum print size A4

9 YEARS TO 16 YEARS
59   TAKE AN UNUSUAL SELFIE. Maximum print size A4

‘THE PRESIDENT’S CUP’ – will be awarded at the discretion of the President for the exhibit he considers to be the overall Best Exhibit in the Spring Show.

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Ian Parsons