Penicuik Horticultural Society
(Charity No SCO03929)



PENICUIK HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
(Charity No. SCO03929)
 
AUTUMN 2019 SHOW

HOMECRAFTS   FLOWERS   VEGETABLES   FRUIT

will be held in
LADYWOOD LEISURE CENTRE
on
SUNDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2019

Show opens 1pm and closes at 4.00pm

Staging of Exhibits: Saturday Evening 5.00pm - 7.00pm
                                                             Sunday Morning 8.30pm - 10.00am 

Welcome to the new format for our show. 
Our aim is to make it more inclusive and relaxed to encourage more people to have a go.


AUTUMN 2019 SHOW SCHEDULE 

HOMECRAFTS 
1.  Knitted Article
2.  Sewn Article
3.  Crochet Article
4.  Cross Stitch Article exclude picture
5.  Wooden Spoon Decorated As a Doll
6.  Home Made Piece of Jewellery
7.  Handmade Toy
8.  Paper-Mache Item
9.  Photograph “Flower or Veg”
10. Watercolour Painting
11. Any other Painting
12. Acrylic Painting
13. Painted Tile
14. Cross Stitch Picture

HOMEBAKING
15. 3 Scones
16. 3 Pieces of Tray Bake
17. 3 Cup Cakes
18. A Victoria Sponge Cake
19. A Fruit Loaf
20. A Loaf of Bread
21. Jar of Chutney
22. Jar of Marmalade
23. Jar of Lemon Curd
24. Jar of Jam

WRI ROSE BOWL
25. “A Country of Your Choice”
      Display must include the following
Knitting
2 Baked Articles
Sewn
Floral Arrangement
A Pot Plant

JUNIORS – 6yrs & Under
26. A Fruit/Veg Animal
27. A Painting
28. A Vase of Flowers

JUNIORS – 7-11yrs
29. A Fruit/Veg Animal
30. A Painting
31. A Vase of Flowers

MARWICK GIRL GUIDE SHIELD
32. “Recycled World” - (61x61cm)

BROWNIE GUIDE SIXESSHIELD
33. “Magical Garden” - (46x46cm)

RAINBOW/BEAVERS ANN STURGEON SHIELD
34. “The Jungle” - (46x46cm)

FLORAL ART
35. Jug of Garden Flowers
36. A Table Arrangement
37. A Miniature Arrangement
38. Driftwood Exhibit

POT PLANTS
39. A Foliage Plant
40. A Flowering Plant
41. Flowering Pot Begonia
42. Flowering Begonia–not tuberous root
43. Flowering Fuchsia maximum pot 15cm
44. Flowering Fuchsia maximum pot 25cm

PLANTERS
45. A Hanging Basket/Pot
46. A Container – suitable for a Patio

CUT GARDEN FLOWERS
47. Vase Spray Chrysanthemums
48. Vase Dahlias–3 Blooms
49. Vase Bedding Dahlias
50. Vase Roses–3 Blooms
51. Vase Floribunda–3 Stems
52. Vase Miniature Roses
53. Vase 3 Phlox
54. Vase 1 Gladioli
55. Vase Sweet Peas
56. Vase Mixed Foliage
57. Vase Annuals
58. Vase Herbaceous
All vases to be provided by the Society

BOARDS
59. 6 Miniature Rose Blooms
60. 6 Pansies or Violas
61. 6 French Marigolds
62. 6 Calendula
63. 6 Nasturtiums
64. 6 Gladioli Florets
65. 6 Annual Blooms
66. 6 Fuchsia Blooms (same)
67. 6 Mixed Fuchsia Blooms
68. 3 Begonia Blooms
69. 6 Tricolour Leaves–distinct cultivar 
 

GARDEN VEGETABLES & FRUIT
70. 4 Pods Peas
71. 4 Pods Broad Beans
72. 4 Runner Beans
73. 4 Shallots
74. 3 Onions
75. 4 White Potatoes - one variety
76. 4 Coloured Potatoes – one variety
77. 2 Beetroot
78. 2 Carrots
79. 2 Parsnips
80. 1 Vegetable Marrow
81. 2 Leeks
82. 1 Cabbage
83. 2 Stalks Rhubarb
84. 5 Tomatoes
85. 5 Cherry Tomatoes
86. 1 Truss Tomatoes – named
87. 1 Cucumber
88. 1 Courgette
89. Any Other Vegetable
90. 1 Herb Plant – in a pot
91. 3 Dessert Apples
92. 3 Cooking Apples
93. 5 Plums
94. 1 Bunch of Grapes
95. Any Other Fruit – named
96. Box or Basket mixed Veg/Fruit

Exhibits must be removed on day of show between 4pm and 4.30pm and NOT before.

SHOW RULES
·       Exhibiting is open.
·       All exhibits, except Floral Art must be grown by the exhibitor.
·       No exhibit article previously entered at a PHS show may be entered again.
·       No exhibits can be entered after the stated staging times. After which time no exhibitor will be allowed in the hall until the opening of the Show, excludes officials appointed to assist the judges.
·       Exhibit must have an exhibitor card attached.
·       No exhibitor shall make more than two entries in any class.
·       The decision of the judges shall be final.
·       Any exhibitor who has cause for complaint shall notify the Secretary in writing by 3pm on the day of the Show.  The Secretary shall have the power to appoint an Appeal Committee.
·       Where two or more competitors have the greatest number of points qualifying for a trophy, the winner will be the one with the highest number of qualifying first prizes.  If still equal, seconds and thirds will come into reckoning.
·       If there is only one or two entries in any one class, the judges will have the power to withhold prizes if they consider the exhibit unworthy.
·       Trophies in classes WRI, Girl Guides, Brownies Guide Sixes and Rainbow/Beavers ONLY – no other Trophies.
·       Prize winners will receive the respective Winners Card.  No prize money at this Show.
·       The Society will take every care of exhibits but shall not be responsible for any loss or damage sustained by exhibitors.

HAPPY SHOWING ! 










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