44a   Courgettes, three,maximum 6” . With some stalk attached.

45    Onions, three – Trim  roots .

46    Shallots, twelve.

47    Tomatoes, five.  Any one cultivar, displayed with calyces.

48    Tomatoes, five, yellow variety.  Any one cultivar, displayed with calyces.

49    Tomatoes, ten, cherry/small variety, displayed with calyces.

49a  Tomatoes, ten, yellow cherry/small variety, displayed with calyces.

50    Parsnips, three, any one cultivar.

51    Any other root vegetable, named on entry form and table.   See guidance for exhibitors.

52    Any other vegetables not root, named on entry form and table.   See guidance for exhibitors.

53    A  collection of vegetables – five distinct varieties, space not to exceed 36”x 24” quantities   as shown in classes 37 – 52.

54    Collection of cut culinary herbs, three or more cultivars. Bunched & named in society vase.

55    One vegetable of extraordinary size, for its cultivar.

56    Master Gardener (3 items). Flower/Vegetable/Fruit. 1 from each section, quantities as per  class

56a  One, novelty fruit or vegetable


Fruit

Notes for exhibitors:

Pick and display all fruit with stalks.  Do not polish apples, display with stalk downwards. 

Class

57   Apples, Dessert, five, one cultivar

57a  Apples, Culinary, five, one cultivar

58.  Plums, five, one cultivar, with stalks.

59   Pears, dessert or culinary, three, one cultivar

60   Blackberries, twelve, with stalks

60a Raspberries, twelve, with stalks

61   Any other fruit grown in or out doors.  

Cookery

Class

62.   Fruit Jam or jelly, one jar, not exceeding 500 grams with transparent top, and waxed disc. (to be dated).

63.  Marmalade, one jar, not exceeding 500 grams, any variety, with transparent top, and  waxed disc. (to be dated).

64.  Any Savoury Preserve (pickle or chutney), one jar, not exceeding 500 grams, with vinegar  proof lid.  

        At least 3 months old. (to be dated).

65.  Six pieces of shortbread.

66.  Victoria Sponge, as per society’s recipe.

67.  Apple pie, plate not to exceed 9” in diameter.

68.  Six Cheese Scones, as per society’s recipe.

69.  Six Rock cakes, made by a gentleman to society’s recipe.

70.  Ginger cake, made by a gentleman to society’s recipe.

71.  Six Cupcakes.

72.  Six sausage rolls, made with home-made pastry.

Handicrafts

Class

73. Art

74. Sewing

75. Knitting