Floral Exhibits

Judge Ms R Rigg

Class 87 Tiny treasure
An exhibit not exceeding 9” in any dimension

Class 88 Summer in Brazil

Class 89 Lets go down to the woods today

Class 90 A seasonal wreath

Class 91 Celebrating Beatrix Potter
Space allowed 3’ wide by 2’6” deep an exhibit.
Entries are invited from a team of 2 or more people.

Trophy M11 Perpetual Silver Challenge Trophy
Presented by Mr & Mrs G D Diss
For the exhibitor gaining most points in Classes 87 to 91

Trophy M12 Perpetual Challenge Cup
Presented by K J Fisher Esq.
Best exhibit of Floral Art, Classes 87 to 91

Trophy M13 The Elaine Petty Richardson Trophy
Runner up in the Floral Art Section, Classes 87 to 91

Flowers

Judge TBC

Class 142 A bowl of sweet peas mixed varieties
Class 143 A vase of sweet peas mixed varieties, no more than 9 spikes
Class 154 A spike of gladiolus
Class 145 A potted Hosta
Class 146 A bowl or container of mixed garden flowers
Class 147 A vase of perennials no more than 12 stems
Class 148 A vase of mixed annuals other than sweet peas no more than 12 stems
Class 149 3 stems of Floribunda roses
Class 150 A vase of 6 roses
Class 151 A vase of 3 roses
Class 152 A specimen rose
Class 153 A rose buttonhole with any foliage
Class 154 A corsage using any kinds of flowers
Class 155 A stem each of 4 different kinds of flowers
Class 156 A spray each of 3 different kinds of shrub to be shown in a vase
Class 157 3 small/medium decorative Dahlias
Class 158 3 small/medium cactus/semi-cactus Dahlias
Class 159 A foliage pot plant
Class 160 A flowering pot plant
Class 161 A cactus or succulent in a pot
Class 162 A planted patio container any size to be judged for effect
Class 163 A hanging basket to be judged for effect in a basket

Vases belonging to the Society are to be used for exhibits in this section, with the exception of the sweet pea class.

Points gained at this show will qualify towards the Championship of the Westmorland and North Lancashire Federation of Horticultural Societies. Also the South Cumbria Association of Horticultural Societies.

Special P Westmorland & North Lancashire Federation of Horticultural Societies
Best exhibit in Horticulture Classes 125 to 163
A Blue Ribbon, presented by the Society

Special Q South Cumbria Association of Horticultural Societies Award of Merit
to the best opposite section to the best exhibit i.e. if the best exhibit is for flowers the award will go to the best vegetable.

Trophy M16 Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented by C G Penny, Esq.
Exhibitor gaining most points in Classes 125 to 163

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