Spring Show

The Great Baddow Horticultural Society Spring Show will be held at the Parish Hall on Thursday 13th April 2017.

You can download an entry form for the show below
Spring Show Entry Form

Times:

Staging from: 4:30pm to 6.30pm
Judging at: 6:45pm
Open to View: 8 pm
Prizes awarded: 9 pm

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

SECTION I – NARCISSI (DAFFODILS)

AWARDS
Best Exhibit:                             Daffodil Society Medal
Highest Points Classes 1-17:   Spring Show Cup and Daffodil Society Diploma
Best Bloom:                              John Parkinson Cup and Daffodil Society Certificate
Winner Class 20:                      £10 voucher and GBHS Diploma

Own foliage permitted.

Division 1 – Trumpet

Class 1. Narcissi, two or more varieties, five stems, one vase
Class 2. Narcissi, one variety, three stems, one vase
Class 3. Narcissus, one specimen

Division 2 – Large Cup

Class 4. Narcissi, two or more varieties, five stems, one vase
Class 5. Narcissi, one variety, three stems, one vase
Class 6. Narcissus, one specimen

Division 3 – Small Cup

Class 7. Narcissi, two or more varieties, five stems, one vase
Class 8. Narcissi, one variety, three stems, one vase
Class 9. Narcissus, one specimen

Division 4 – Double

Class 10. Narcissi double, one or more varieties, three stems (one head a stem), one vase

Division 6 – Cyclamineus

Class 11. Narcissi, one or more varieties, three stems, one vase

OTHER
Class 12. Narcissi, multihead, one or more varieties, three stems, one vase
Class 13. Narcissi, miniature, three stems, one vase (not small examples from classes 1-11 inclusive)
Class 14. Narcissi, from Division 5, 7-13, and intermediate varieties,one or more varieties, three stems one vase
Class 15. Narcissi, three varieties in three divisions, three vases with one stem in each vase
Class 16. Narcissi, six varieties in three divisions, six vases with one stem in each vase
Class 17. Narcissi, in container as grown
Class 18. Narcissus, one, any variety for novice members only
Class 19. Narcissi, one or more varieties, three stems, one vase for novice members only
Class 20. Narcissus, one stem from bulbs distributed free to members in 2016

SECTION ll – GENERAL FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES

AWARDS
Best Exhibit: Joan Sparrow Memorial Cup and a Worshipful Company of Gardeners Diploma.
Highest points: David Watson Cup and Worshipful Company of Gardeners Diploma

Class 30. Alpine, one in a pan or pot
Class 31. Camellia, specimen bloom, one
Class 32. Heathers, one or more varieties in a vase
Class 33. Pansies or Violas, five blooms
Class 34. Polyanthus, five blooms
Class 35. Tulips, single self colour, three stems
Class 36. Tulips, one variety excluding self colour, three stems
Class 37. Tulips, double, self colour, three stems
Class 38. Tulips, double, excluding self colour, three stems
Class 39. Foliage shrub or tree, one or more varieties, three stems, one vase
Class 40. Flowering shrub or tree, one or more varieties, three stems, one vase
Class 41. Flowers, other than Narcissi and those specifically named in the schedule, one vase
Class 42. Flowering bulbs or corms, (excluding class 17) in a container as grown
Class 43. Flowering plant, (excluding class 41) in a pot of 15cm in diameter or less
Class 44. Flowering plant, (excluding class 41) in a pot of over 15cm diameter
Class 45. Foliage plant, in a pot of 15cm diameter or less
Class 46. Foliage plant, in a pot of over 15cm diameter
Class 47. Bonsai.
Class 48. Cactus, in a pot of 15cm diameter or less
Class 49. Cactus, in a pot of over 15cm diameter
Class 50. Succulent
Class 51. Orchid
Class 52. Any Vegatable
Class 53. Rhubarb, two sticks foliage trimmed to approx. 7.5cm

Section III
Floral Art.

Niche size W 75 x D 60 x H 75cm

AWARDS
Best Exhibit:        Worshipful Company of Gardeners Certificate
Winner Class 62: GBHS Diploma
Winner Class 63: Worshipful Company of Gardeners Award of Merit

Class 60. “Early Colour” – an exhibit of fresh flowers and foliage.
Class 61. “Spring Medley” – an exhibit of fresh flowers, foliage with accessories.

Junior exhibitors (under 16)
Class 62. “Easter Basket”– an exhibit of fresh flowers and foliage

Novice (See rule 15)
Class 63 “Take Five” – an exhibit of fresh flowers and foliage.

Section IV
Handicrafts

AWARDS.
Best Exhibit:     GBHS Diploma.
Highest Points: GBHS Diploma.
Articles must not have been shown in any previous GBHS Show.

Class 70. Needlework, any article.
Class 71. Cross stitch picture or pattern.
Class 72. Item of Knitting
Class 73. Greetings card, any material approx 15cm x 12.5cm
Class 74. Painting in any medium.
Class 75. Item of woodwork.
Class 76. A drawing in a single medium.
Class 77. Computer generated A4 poster, any subject.
Class 78. Computer generated picture A4.
Class 79. Item of jewellery
Class 80. A Model
Class 81. Any handicraft of merit

Exhibitors in classes 74 and 75 please note that exhibits must be of a suitable size to place on a table.

Section V
Photography

AWARDS
Best Exhibit:      GBHS Diploma.
Highest Points: GBHS Diploma.

Class 90. Frosty Morning
Class 91. Riverside
Class 92. Down the Path
Class 93. Reflections
Class 94. Any subject taken on your mobile or Tablet

Print only – colour or black and white, mounted or unmounted.
Maximum size including mount 20 cm x 15 cm  All photographs to be taken by the exhibitor.