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- Photos shown un-framed. Max size 13 X 18cm. Using digital camera, film or mobile phone.
- Judging based on quality of composition and focus. Max 1 entry in each class per person. Must be taken by exhibitor.
- All exhibits in the Flower, Fruit and Vegetable classes must be grown by the exhibitor.
- Flowers used in the Floral Art classes need not have been grown by the exhibitor.
- Pot plants must be in the possession of the exhibitor for a minimum of 2 months before exhibiting.
- All exhibits in the Craft classes must have been made by the exhibitor within the last 12 months.
- All exhibits in the Cookery classes must have been made by the exhibitor.
- All varieties of vegetables and flowers should be named where possible.
- Exhibits may not be cleared before prize giving. Exhibits not cleared immediately after prize- giving will be sold for the benefit of funds.
- All CUPS to be returned to a Committee Member by 6pm ONE WEEK before each show.
- Online Entry Form: rivergardeners.com/entry-form is available on this site.
- Definitions of Types of Daffodils
Large Trumpet – 1 Flower per stem, the trumpet as long as – or longer than the
perianth segments (petals) e.g. KING ALFRED.
Large Cup – 1 Flower per stem, the cup is more than one third but less than equal
to the length of the perianth segments e.g. CARLTON
Small Cup – 1 Flower per stem, the cup is less than one-third the length of the
perianth segments e.g. LA RIANTA
Doubles – Double Flowers
- Dahlias – Please note that Blooms exceeding these limits will be disqualified.
Pompons – Blooms must not exceed – 52 mm Diameter
Miniature Ball – Blooms must not exceed – 115 mm Diameter
Small Ball – Blooms must not exceed – 170 mm Diameter
Miniature – Blooms must not exceed – 115 mm Diameter
Small – Blooms must not exceed – 170 mm Diameter
Medium – Blooms must not exceed – 220 mm Diameter
Large – Blooms must not exceed – 260 mm Diameter
Giant – Blooms must exceed – 260 mm Diameter
- Floral Art
- Exhibit – Plant material, with or without accessories
- Accessory – Anything other than plant material used in the Exhibit not including container bases and drapes.
- Bracts – May be used as flowers or foliage.
- Drapes – Must not be attached to the Society’s background.
- Cookery Notes
- All Bottles and Jars must be clear, clean glass
- Attach a plain stick-on label to container with name of contents & date of preserving.
- Quiches, flans etc. should be shown out of the container
- Entries must comply with the recipe – if given