Show Schedule


 

The following information is a giude on how to produce a simple Flower & Vegetable Show Schedule.


Basically a schedule should be designed to cater for the needs of the organisers and the exhibitors,and detail the rules and regulations for the show.

For example it should;


It is up to the organisers of the show to determine these rules and class descriptions.

The production of a schedule will also assist the Organising Committee in preparing sufficient space, equipment and prize cards etc prior to the event.

It also tells the general public / visitors what each class represents.


Typical Rules:


Staging:



Judging:




Objections:




Exhibits:




Prizes:




Entry Fees:



Typical Schedule:


Vegetable Classes

Flower Classes

Class N°

 

Class N°

 
1
Trug of vegetables to be judged for effect, quality and variety.
29
Vase of Flowers. Any size vase.
2
6 pods of Broad Beans.
30
12 Sweet Peas.
3
6 pods Dwarf French Beans.
31
3 Early Flowering Chrysanthemums.
4
3 Beetroot round-tops trimmed to 75mm (3")
32
Vase of Early Flowering Spray Chrysanthemums.
5
1 White Cabbage, over 500gms (1lb) to be cut.
33
Five stems Early Spray Chrysanthemums any varieties.
6
1 Red cabbage, over 350 gms (¾lb) to be cut.
34
1 Tuberous Begonia Flowering in pot.
7
3 Long rooted Carrots-tops trimmed to 75mm (3")
35
1 Giant or Large Dahlia.
8
3 Carrots other than long-tops trimmed to 75mm (3")
36
Dahlias - 3Small decorative.
9
1 Cauliflower-leaves to be trimmed.
37
Dahlias - 3 Medium decorative.
10
2 Blanched Leeks.
38
Dahlias - 3 medium Cactus and/or Semi-Cactus.
11
2 Pot Leeks.
39
Dahlias - 3 small Cactus and/or Semi-Cactus.
12
1 Marrow
40
Dahlias - 3 pompons.
13
3 Onions (round with tops)
41
Dahlias - 5 any Cultivar or Cultivars, Variety or Varieties.
14
3 Onions (flat with tops)
42
6 Pansies or Violas - Vase or Board.
15
3 Onions dressed 8 oz (225 gm) and under.
43
Vase of Hybrid Tee Roses. (3 stems)
16
6 pods of Peas any variety.
44
1 Rose as grown.
17
4 Potatoes (round)
45
Vase of Floribunda Roses.(3 stems)
18
4 Potatoes (white)
46
Gent's Buttonhole, own foliage, no wires.
19
4 Potatoes (with colour / coloured)
47
5 Asters.
20
1 Celery (pink or white)
48
1 Pot Plant, foliage.
21
6 Shallots
49
1 Flowering Pot Plant (excl. Begonias and Fuchsias)
22
6 pods Runner Beans.
50
1 Cactus.
23
4 Tomatoes.
51
1 Succulent.
24
8 Cherry Tomatoes any variety.
52
1 Fuchsia. Any Cultivar. Max. pot dia 90mm (3½")
25
1 Cucumber.
53
1 Fuchsia. Any Cultivar. Max. pot dia 125mm (5")
26
3 Parsnips .
54
1 Fuchsia. Any Cultivar. Any size pot
27
Any other vegetables not in schedule.
55
1 Pelargonium. Max. pot size 150mm (6")
28
Collection of six different types of vegetables from Classes 1-25*
56
1 Pelargonium Variegated or ornamental (any pot size)
*Space allowed to be determined by committee. Example: 90 x 60cm (36" x 24").

 

Gallery

As mentioned previously it is up to the organisers of the show to determine the class descriptions.
The following photographs have been taken at various shows and show some variations on the schedule shown above.

Variation on Class 9 ( 2 N°)
Variation on Class 22 ( 12 N°)
Variation on Class 1 (basket)

Variation on Class 4 ( 5 N°)
Variation on Class 23 ( 9 N°)
Variation on Class 15 (Shallots)

Variation on Class 28 (4 veg)
Variation on Class 15 ( 5 N°)
Class 11

Class 27 Example
Class 56
Class 53

Variation on Class 15 (Red Onions)
Variation on Class 32 ( 1 Stem)
Class 38

Variation on Class 19 ( 5 N°)
Variation on Class 13 ( 5 N°)
Class 51

Variation on Class 28 (pairs of 3 veg)
Variation on Class 18 ( 5 N°)
Class 50

Class 35
Variation on Class 1 (Fruit in lieu of Veg)
Variation on Class 28 (6 veg)

Variation on Class 15 (Exhibition Variety)
Class 1
Variation on Class 43

Variation on Class 43
Variation on Class 30 (For effect)
Variation on Class 28 ( pairs of 3 veg)

Variation on Class 20 (2N°)
Variation on Class 25 (2N°)
Class 10

Class 7
Variation on Class 43 (Stump or Intermediate variety)
New Class 3 Parsnips

 

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