ADRAN GARDDWRIAETH/HORTICULTURAL SECTION

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR HORTICULTURAL SECTION
1. The object of the Show is to cultivate an improved knowledge of and taste of, the principles and practices of Gardening.

2. The Committee reserves to itself the right to inspect the Garden of any intending Exhibitor at any time after the entry is received, the visits to be made by Non-Exhibitors at the Show. Exhibitors must be able to show proof that the specimens have been grown by them should a demand be made.

3. Exhibitors governed by these Rules and Regulations as interpreted by the Secretary.

4. The judges shall have power to withhold Prizes in cases where specimens are not to sufficient to
merit.

5. The Judges’ decision is final.

6. The Committee reserves the right to withholding any prizes if the circumstances warrant it, or altogether excluding any persons exhibiting in any Class Exhibits not grown in their own gardens.

7. Staging must be completed by 10.45am when marquee will be closed for Judging.

8. Highest Points only in any class will be awarded for Challenge Cups 1st – 3 points, 2nd – 2 points, 3rd – 1 point.

9. No Exhibitor shall be allowed to remove any exhibits from the Show marquee 6.00pm Any person breaking this Rule will forfeit all Prizes won.

10. Exhibitors Fees must accompany their Entry Form or the entry will not be accepted.

11. The Committee will not be responsible for any loss or damage that happen to any of the specimens on their way to or from or during the show.

12. All objections to be laid with the Secretary, IN WRITING before 4.00pm on the day of the Show with a deposit of 50p for each objection, which will be forfeited if the objection be considered frivolous.

13. Any exhibitor fraudulently obtaining a prize will forfeit the whole of the Prizes awarded to him, her and may be prohibited from exhibiting for five years after the commission of the offence.

CUPS
GREENING SILVER (PERPETUAL) CHALLENGE CUP
The gift of the late Mr Greening Esq. Llanfyllin (1952 show) to the exhibitor gaining the most points in Section B and C.

DAVIES SILVER CHALLENGE CUP
The gift of the late D T Davies Esq. Cardiff to the Exhibitor residing in the Llanfyllin parish gaining most points
in Section A.

J PLOWDEN EVANS CUP
Presented in his memory by his daughters, for the best Exhibit in the Onion class.

D C WILLIAMS (PERPETUAL) CUP
Presented by David Williams Esq. in memory of his father, 1971 Show; for the best exhibit in the Section A Carrot Class.

G O RICHARDS (PERPETUAL) CUP
The gift of the late Mr Gwyn Richards, Four Crosses (2004 Show) for the best exhibit in the Garden section.

SECTION A – LOCAL
Open to Householders and Allotment Holders within a radius of 10 miles of Llanfyllin Council Offices, who do not employ a regular gardener or part-time gardener.

PRIZES: Classes 520-555 1st £3 2nd £2 3rd £1
Class 556 1st £4 2nd £3 3rd £2
ENTRY FEE: 20p after 10 entries 10p per entry
Class

520 Five Onions
521 Five Onions – grown from sets round base
522 Five Onions -grown from sets flat base
523 Three Carrot – long
524 Three Carrots – short
525 Three Turnips – any colour
526 Three Beet – round
527 Five Potatoes – long
528 Five Potatoes – round
529 Six Pods Peas
530 Six Broad Beans
531 Six Scarlet Runners
532 Six Dwarf beans
533 Six Eschalots large any colour
534 Six Echalots small any colour
535 Three Parsnips
536 Two Cauliflowers with stalks
537 Two marrows any variety
538 Two Green Cabbages
539 Two lettuces – any variety
540 Five Tomatoes
541 Any vegetable not in schedule
542 Six Radishes – any variety
543 Three Roses
544 Vase of Mixed Flowers
545 Vase of Annuals one variety
546 One Flowering Pot Plant-Any variety
547 One Foliage Plant-Any Variety
548 Three Spikes of Gladioli in vase
549 Four Asters
550 Three Dahlias in vase any variety
551 Vase of Sweet Peas
552 Six Pansies
553 Miniature Water Garden not exceeding 18” x 12”
554 Potato bucket – one entire tuber in 3 gallon bucket, presented
undisturbed potatoes to be weighed on the day of the show
555 Three Rhubarb
556 556 Collection of Vegetables – Four distinct kinds Space for staging 2’ (Cauliflowers shown must be on the stalk.)

ADRAN Y PLANT/CHILDRENS SECTION
(For children aged under 10 years of age)
PRIZES: 1st £3 2nd £2 3rd £1 NO ENTRY FEE
Class:

560 A funny face made with fruit and veg
561 A vase of annuals grown from seed
562 Garden in a seed tray (37.5cm x 23cm)
563 A garden tool or machine made of toy bricks
564 Floating flowers in a dish or plate
565 A collage using plant material and seed
SECTION B OPEN TO ALL
PRIZES: Classes 570-604 1st £3 2nd £2 3rd £1
Class

605 1st £4 2nd £3 3rd £2
ENTRY FEE: 20p after 10 entries 10p per entry)
Class

570 Five Onions
571 Five Onions – grown from sets globe variety
572 Five Onions – grown from sets flat base variety
573 Six Runner Beans
574 Six Pods of Peas
575 Six Dwarf Beans
576 Six Broad Beans
577 Three Carrots – long
578 Three Carrots – short
579 Three Turnips – any variety
580 Three Beet – long
581 Three Beet – round
582 Two Cauliflowers with stalks
583 Five Potatoes – long
584 Five Potatoes – round
585 Five Potatoes – coloured (excluding white)
586 Twelve large Eschalots (Hative de Niort)
587 Twelve small Eschalots (Hative de Niort)
588 Three parsnips
589 Two Cucumbers
590 Two Marrows – any variety
591 Two Green Cabbages
592 Two Lettuces – any variety
593 Five Dessert Apples
594 Five Cooking Apples
595 Five Tomatoes (non cherry variety)
596 Tomatoes on the vine
597 Dish of Soft Fruit – one variety
598 Dish of Stone Fruit – one variety
599 Any vegetable not already in Schedule
600 Any Fruit not already in Schedule
601 Unusual shaped vegetable
602 Three types of salad leaves on a plate – selection of each
603 Four peppers on a plate with stalks
604 Three Courgettes, stalks attached
605 Collection of Vegetables – Four distinct kinds. Space for staging not to exceed 3’ 6” wide. Cauliflowers, if included, must be shown on stalks.
SECTION C – OPEN TO ALL
PRIZES: Classes 610-642 – 1st £3 2nd £2 3rd £1
ENTRY FEE: 20p after 10 entries 10p per entry)
Class

610 Best vase of sweet peas, mixed colours, six stems
611 Four Vases of Hardy perennials, four distinct kinds
612 One Vase Three Spikes Gladioli
613 Four Asters
614 Four Spikes of stocks
615 Four Spikes of Antirrhinums
616 Four African Marigolds
617 Five Zinnias
618 Four kinds of Annuals, shown distinct in four vases
619 Four Carnations
620 Three Dahlias, decorative, over 8” – in three vases
621 Three Dahlias, decorative, 6” – 8” – in one vase
622 Four Dahlias, decorative, 3” – 6” -in one vase
623 Five Dahlias, miniature ball
624 Five Dahlias, Pompom, under 2” diameter
625 Four Dahlias, Cactus, 4”-6” – in one vase
626 Three Dahlias, Cactus, 6” – 8”- in one vase
627 Three Dahlias, Cactus, over 8” – in three vases
628 Six pansies
629 Collection of Phlox, three colours, shown distinct in one vase
630 Miniature Water Garden, not exceeding 18”x12”
631 Three Chrysanthemums, incurved
632 Three Chrysanthemums, reflex
633 Three Chrysanthemums, spray
634 Rose, one bloom
635 Four HT Roses
636 Floribunda Roses, four sprays in one vase
637 One Cactus
638 One Succulent
639 One Flowering House Plant
640 One Foliage Plant
641 Hanging Basket
642 Collection of herbs in container
SECTION D
ADRAN Y PLANT/CHILDRENS SECTION
Sponsored by London House, Llanfyllin
SILVER (PERPETUAL CUP) Presented by Mrs Mair Evans Lloran (1975 Show) for the best Exhibit in the
Childrens Section
SILVER (PERPETUAL CUP) given in memory of Mrs Idris Evans The Mount for the best collection of Wild
Flowers and Grasses
PRIZES: 1st £3 2nd £2 3rd £1
Class

650 A mobile with a farming theme (children 7 years and under)
651 A mobile with a farming theme (children 14 years and under)
652 Collection of Wild Flowers and Grasses in container (Primary School) (for conservation purposes, please do not pull up roots)
653 An arrangement of Flowers and Foliage in a tea cup – space 18” (Primary School)
654 An arrangement of Flowers and Foliage in a tea cup – space 18” (High School)
655 Drawing or Painting – My Favourite Weather (Nursery and Reception) Space 420mm x 300mm
656 Drawing or painting – My Favourite Weather (Year 1 and 2) Space 420mm x 300mm
657 Drawing or painting – My Favourite Weather (Years 3 & 4) Space 420mm x 300mm
658 Drawing or Painting – My Favourite Weather (Years 5 & 6) Space 420mm x 300mm

SECTION E
CELFYDDYD BLODEUOL/FLORAL ART
PRIZES: 1st £8 2nd £6 3rd £4 ENTRY FEE: 30p
Judge: Trisha Lea
Class

670 Tall & Elegant (Space 2’)
671 Summer Madness (Space 2’)
672 Wire & Wool (Space 2’)
673 By Candlelight (Space 1’6’)
674 Overall Miniature (Space 4” overall)
675 A Day at the Races (Space 2’6”)
676 Confined to 18 years and under Arrangement in a teapot (Space 1’6”)
677 Confined to Members of Llanfyllin and District Floral Art Society
Emerald Pedestal (Space 2’6”)
SILVER CUP (Perpetual) given by the late J P Evans Esq Bodfach in memory of his wife for the best exhibit in classes 670-676
SILVER CUP (Perpetual) given by the late Mrs Dilys Jones, (Hafodunnos) in memory of her husband Lt Col Leonard LL Jones for the most points in classes 670-676
SILVER CUP (Perpetual) given by Mr & Mrs D Usher in memory of Mrs Ann Davies Oaklands for the best
exhibit in class 677
CYSTADLEUAETH GERDDI
Kindly Sponsored by The Cain Valley Hotel Llanfyllin
Prizes: 1st £10 2nd £8 3rd £6 Tal Cystadlu/Entry Fee 30p
Special Class – Rosette Only
Open to all householders and allotment holders within a radius of 10 miles of Llanfyllin Council Offices, who do
not employ a regular gardener or part time gardener.
G O Richards Perpetual Cup for The Best Exhibit In The Garden Section
Judges: Ann Davies & Elizabeth Corrin,
Class

480 Best Patio
481 Best Container / Hanging Basket Display
482 Best Kept Flower Garden
483 Best Vegetable Garden or Allotment Garden
485 Best Senior Citizen’s Garden
486 Best Wildlife Garden
487 Special Class Most Colourful Diplay in all the gardens visited

Closing Date for Entries: Monday 17th July 2017

Judging will take place on Wednesday 26th July 2017. Entrants will be telephoned to
arrange the date and time of judging.
Entry fee, together with the entry form (at back of schedule) must be received by: Mrs
Rachel Jones, Mount Pleasant, llanfyllin, Powys, SY22 5LE 01691 648074
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