Leeds Castle and Hollingbourne Garden Society Spring Show

Leeds Castle and Hollingbourne Garden Society

SPRING SHOW

Hollingbourne Village Hall 

Saturday 28th March 

14.00pm-16.00pm

Yellow Daffodil Close Up

Spring Flowers, baking, preserves, craft & children’s classes

Stalls, raffle & home baking

Exhibits from non-members welcome

Staging 10.00am-12.00pm

schedules below and also by email or hardcopy from Pat Grimes

01622 737 323 or email patgrimes@btinternet.com

entry forms by Thursday 26th to Pat Brinstow 01622 880 457

email pat-ann-1942@hotmail.com

(late entries accepted on the day)

 

Entries to Show Secretary by post/email or to Woods of Hollingbourne

by Thursday 26th March 2020

Exhibits to be staged between 10 am and 12 noon

Judging will commence at 12.15 pm

Stalls and Cream teas during the afternoon

FLOWER CLASSES

1         3 stems one variety Daffodil, trumpet  Div. 1 Garden Grown

2.        3 stems one variety Daffodil, large-cupped Div. 2 Garden Grown

3.        3 stems one variety Daffodil, small-cupped Div. 3 Garden Grown

4.        3 stems one variety Daffodil, double Div. 4 Garden Grown

5.        3 stems one variety Daffodil, not defined above Garden Grown

6.        5 stems mixed naturalised Daffodil/Narcissus Garden Grown

7.        As Class 6, open only to members who have not previously won a First Prize in Classes 1 – 6

8.        3 stems Tulip

9.        3 stems one variety of flowers of Bulbous Plant (bulb, corm or tuber)  not in classes 1 – 8

10.      Ornamental container of Spring Flowers, pot not exceeding 30 cm (12 in) diameter.

11.      Container of plants defined in class 9, pot not exceeding 18 cm (7 in) diameter.

12.      Container of 5 Bulbs issued at Autumn Show 2018 – 13 cm (5 in) pot

13.      Pan/pot Alpines pot not exceeding 18 cm (7 in) diameter

14.      Pot Plant, not bulbous, in flower, pot not exceeding 18 cm (7 in) diameter

15.      Pot Plant, Non-flowering, not exceeding 18cm (7 in) diameter

16       5 Viola or Pansy flowers floating in dish (no foliage)

17       5 Hellebore flowers floating in a dish (no foliage)

18.      3 stems Primula (polyanthus group)

19.      3 stems Primula (excluding polyanthus)

20.      3 stems one variety of flowering Hardy Herbaceous Plant

21.      3 stems one variety of flowering Shrub/Tree/Climber

FLORAL ART CLASSES

22.       An Arrangement of Springtime Flowers & natural plant material, up to 75 cm (2’ 6”)

23.       An Arrangement of springtime flowers/foliage in vase not exceeding 30 cm (12“)

24.       An arrangement of flowers, floating in a dish

25.       An arrangement of flowers in an egg-cup.

CRAFT CLASSES

26        Knitted item

27        Other Needlework

28.       Other medium

29        A Picture in water colour/oil/pastel etc, ex photograph

30        A ‘SPRING’ photograph

31.       Easter Bonnet or Cap

HOME ECONOMIC CLASSES

32.       454g /1 lb jar approx jar of home-made Marmalade (exhibit with cellophane cover – clear glass              – no trade identification)

33.       1 loaf (454 g /1lb uncooked dough), own named recipe

34.       5 Easter Biscuits

35.       Easter cake – not exceeding 21 cm (8 in.), own named recipe

CHILDREN’S CLASSES:  Up to 7 years of age

36.       Miniature Garden in a seed tray

37.       Picture or collage of spring flowers

38.       Decorated egg with accessories

39.       Narcissus ‘Tete a Tete’ – bulbs in a pot

40       Sock Puppet

41.       Cress egg heads

CHILDREN’S CLASSES:  8 to 12 years of age

42        Miniature Garden in a seed tray

43.       Picture or collage of spring flowers

44.       Decorated egg with accessories

45.       Narcissus ‘Tete a Tete’ – bulbs in a pot

46.       Sock Puppet

47.       Cress egg heads

 ‘BEST ON THE DAY’  

48.      Exhibits to be judged by Everyone.