Show Schedules

APRIL SHOW 2017

SPRING SHOW in the Recreation Hall, Wigginton, YO32 2LL

Saturday 8th April - 11.00am to 3pm

staging: Friday before show: 4.30pm - 8pm

morning of show 8am - 10am

no entry fees or prize money are involved at this show

exhibitors are encouraged to bring their own vases

The Daffodil Society Bronze Medal

awarded to the best exhibit in classes 1 to 21

LEO DIXON TROPHY

 awarded to the best exhibit in Auriculas

The PAMELA INNS MEMORIAL TROPHY

 awarded for the most points in floral Art at each show

to be returned for the summer 2017 show

 

Class

SECTION ‘A’ (Daffodils/Narcissi)  

1.

6 blooms from not less than 3 divisions and not fewer than 4 cultivars, staged in individual vases.  

2.

9 blooms of 3 distinct cultivars from any division or divisions staged in 3 vases.  

3.

3 blooms of one cultivar from each of divisions 1,2 and 3 staged in one vase.  

4.

3 blooms any cultivar or cultivars from division 1 in 1 vase.  

5.

3 blooms any cultivar or cultivars from division 2 in 1 vase.  

6.

3 blooms any cultivar or cultivars from division 3 in 1 vase.  

7.

3 blooms any cultivar or cultivars from division 4 in 1 vase.  

8.

3 blooms any cultivar or cultivars from division 5,6,7,8 & 9 in 1 vase.  

9.

3 blooms any cultivar or cultivars from division 11 in 1 vase.  

10.

1 bloom from division 1  

11.

1 bloom from division 2  

12.

1 bloom from division 3  

13.

1 bloom from division 4  

14.

1 bloom from division 6  

15.

1 bloom from divisions 5,7,8 or 9   

16.

1 bloom from division 11   

17.

3 blooms of miniatures any cultivar or cultivars, in one vase.  

18.

1 bloom of a miniature.  
   19. 1 Pot/Bowl of Daffodils, not exceeding 7"  
  Novice Classes, a novice must not have won a 1st prize in any of the Society's Spring Shows in the Daffodil classes  
   20. A Vase of 3 blooms from any division or divisions.  

21.

A single bloom from any division or divisions.  
   

SECTION ‘B’ TULIPS

 

22.

3 Tulips, 1 vase, any variety or varieties  

23.

9 Tulips, 1 variety  

24.

3 Lily-flowered Tulips, 1 variety  

25.

3 Parrot Tulips, 1 variety  

26.

3 Double-flowered Tulips, 1 variety  

27

3 Yellow-flowered Tulips, 1 variety  

28.

3 White-flowered Tulips, 1 variety  

29.

3 Pink or Red-flowered Tulips, 1 variety  

30.

3 Tulips any other colour, 1 variety  

31.

5 Kaufmanniana, Greigii or Fostriana cultivars  

32.

A Bowl or Pan of Species Tulips containing not less than 5 bulbs  

33.

1 Pot/Bowl Tulips not exceeding 7"  

34.

1 Pot/Bowl of 5 miniature Tulips  
  SECTION ‘C’ AURICULAS  

35.

4 Show Auriculas………….At least 3 dissimilar

 

36.

3 Show Auriculas Dissimilar  

37.

1 Show Auricula Green Edged  

38.

1 Show Auricula White or Grey Edged  

39.

1 Show Auricula Yellow Self  

40.

1 Show Auricula Red Self  

41.

1 Show Auricula Blue Self  

42.

1 Show Auricula Dark Self  

43.

1 Show Auricula Any other colour  

Class

   

44.

4 Alpine Auriculas At least 3 dissimilar  

45.

3 Alpine Auriculas Dissimilar  

46.

2 Alpine Auriculas Gold Centred  

47.

2 Alpine Auriculas Light Centred  

48.

2 Alpine Auriculas 1 Gold Centred, 1 Light Centred  

49.

1 Alpine Auricula Gold Centred  

50.

1 Alpine Auricula Light Centred  

51.

3 Double Auriculas  

52.

2 Double Auriculas  

53.

1 Double Auricula  

54.

2 Fancy Auriculas  

55.

1 Fancy Auricula  

56.

1 Striped Auricula  

57.

1 Border Auricula  
  The following 2 classes are for those who have not won THREE or more first prizes in Auriculas at this show.  

58.

1 Edged Auricula or 1 Self Auricula or 1 Striped Auricula  

59.

1 Alpine Auricula  
  SECTION ‘D’ PRIMULAS, POLYANTHUS and PRIMROSE  

60.

2 European Primulas Species dissimilar  

61.

1 European Primula Species  

62.

2 European Primulas Hybrids dissimilar (excluding Vernales)  

63.

1 European Primula Hybrid (excluding Vernales)  

64.

2 Non European Primula species dissimilar (excluding Denticulata)  

65.

1 Non European Primula species (excluding Denticulata)  

66.

2 Allionii Species or Hybrids dissimilar  

67.

1 Allionii Species or Hybrids  

68.

1 Denticulata  

69.

2 Polyanthus (excluding Gold Laced)  

70.

1 Polyanthus (excluding Gold Laced)  

71.

2 Polyanthus Gold Laced any ground (excluding doubles)  

72.

1 Polyanthus Gold Laced (excluding doubles)  

73.

2 Single Primroses  

74.

1 Single Primrose  

75.

2 Double Primroses or Polyanthus  

76.

1 Double Primrose or Polyanthus  

77.

1 Anomalous Primula ie Hose in Hose Jack in the Green etc  

78.

1 Primula other than previously specified  
  79. 1 Marginata Species or Hybrid  
  80. 2 Marginata Species or Hybrid dissimilar  
  SECTION ‘E’ MISCELLANEOUS  POTS & VASES  

81.

1 Cyclamen in a pot  

82.

1 Pot/Bowl of Cyclamen  

83.

1 Azalea in a pot  

84.

1 Cactus or 1 Succulent  

85.

1 Pot/Bowl of Flowering Bulbs or Corms not already provided for in this schedule  

86.

1 Pot/Bowl, not exceeding 10", of Alpines  

87.

1 Alpine in a Pot/Bowl not exceeding 6"  

88.

1 Pot Plant, Foliage, not exceeding 10" pot  

89.

1 Orchid any variety  
  90. 1 Flowering Plant not already specified not exceeding 10" pot  

91.

1 Vase Mixed Spring Flowers  

92.

1 Vase Wallflowers  

93.

1 Pot/Bowl Pansies  

94.

1 Pot/Bowl of 3 Hyacinths  

95.

1 Hyacinth in a 3 and a half inch pot

 

 
  SECTION ‘F’ FLORAL ART

Exhibits are in a niche 33" high, 21" wide, 24" deep (unless otherwise stated)

 

96.

an arrangement "Vision of a Garden"  

97.

an arrangement "Over the Rainbow"  

98

"Simply Spring". This class is for novices. A Novice must not have won more than 3 firsts in any of our shows for floral Art.  

99.

"Pink Delight" an arrangement 12"x12"x12", on a table to be viewed all round.  
  SECTION ‘G’ BAKING  

100.

A Jar of Marmalade  

101.

4 Easter Biscuits (see recipe)  

102.

A Loaf of White Bread  

103.

A Victoria Sandwich Cake (jam filling)  

104.

A Bakewell Tart  
  ALL EXHIBITS IN JARS MUST HAVE PLAIN LIDS  
  SECTION ‘H’ HANDICRAFT  

105.

An article of Beadwork  

106.

A Knitted soft toy  

107.

A paper craft item  
  SECTION I: PHOTOGRAPHY  
  108. A Photograph "Purple"  
  109. A photograph "Water Droplets"  
  110. A photograph "Arches"  
  Photographs may be mounted or not mounted. All exhibits in the Handicraft Section should be the sole work of the exhibitor and have not won at any previous show of this Society  
  SECTION 'I' CHILDREN'S CLASSES   children up to 16 years of age  
  111. Daffodils growing in a pot maximum 12" (30cms)  
  112. Spring flowers growing in a pot maximum 12" (30cms)  
  113.  Vase of Spring Flowers  
  114. An Easter Picture  

EASTER BISCUIT RECIPE

INGREDIENTS

100gms butter, 200gms plain flour, 75gms castor sugar, 50gms currants, 1 egg seperated, 1-2 Tbspns of milk,               1 lemon (zest only), castor sugar for dusting

Method (set oven to 200 degrees C)

1. cream butter and sugar together, add egg yolk and lemon zest.

2. add sifted flour and combine together.

3. stir in currants and milk to make a soft dough, knead and roll out to 5mm thick and cut into rounds.

4. bake for 8 minutes.

5. brush tops with egg white, sprinkle with castor sugar.

6. bake for a further 5 minutes.