Spring Show Results 2017

 

"UPTON-BY-CHESTER HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

 

RESULTS SPRING SHOW 25th MARCH 2017

 

SECTION A: TULIPS AND DAFFODILS

Class

 

WINNER

1

Showman’s class

One vase of 3 cut Daffodils any variety or varieties

One vase of 3 cut Tulips any variety or varieties

Pot of spring bulbs maximum pot size 12″

John White

2

One pot of daffodils grown from bulbs provided by the Society maximum pot size 6″

Helen Gardiner

3

One pot of tulips grown from bulbs provided by the Society maximum pot size 6″

John White

4

One pot of daffodils, excluding miniatures any variety/varieties, excluding bulbs supplied for class 2 maximum pot size 6″

Rita Critchley

5

One pot/tub of daffodils, excluding miniatures any variety/varieties, unlimited number of bulbs maximum pot size 12″

Rita Critchley

6

One pot/tub of miniature daffodils, any variety/varieties, unlimited number of bulbs maximum pot size 12″

Rita Critchley

7

One vase of 5 cut daffodils blooms any one variety excluding miniatures

Mike Lewis

8

One vase of 6 cut daffodils two stems of three varieties excluding miniatures

Mike Lewis

9

One vase of 5 cut miniature daffodils any variety/varieties

Mike Lewis

10

One vase of 6 cut miniature daffodils two stems of three varieties

Mike Lewis

11

One multi head daffodil excluding miniature

Not Awarded

12

One yellow daffodil bloom excluding miniatures

Mike Lewis

13

One white daffodil bloom excluding miniatures

Mike Lewis

14

One bi-colour daffodil bloom excluding miniatures

Mike Lewis

15

One yellow daffodil bloom miniature

Rita Critchley

16

One white daffodil bloom miniature

Mike Lewis

17

One bi-colour daffodil bloom miniature

Wendy Carman

18

One multi head daffodil miniature

Rita Critchley

19

One pot/bowl of tulips any variety/varieties, excluding bulbs provided for class 3 maximum pot size 12″

Rita Critchley

20

One vase of three cut miniature tulips, any variety/varieties

John White

21

One vase of three cut tulips, any variety/varieties. excluding miniatures

Mike Lewis

22

One red tulip.

John White

23

One yellow tulip.

John White

24

One tulip any other colour

Mike Lewis

25

One bi-colour tulip

Mike Lewis

26

One vase of three daffodils any variety/varieties

Novice

Mr. & Mrs. Hunt

27

One vase of three tulips any variety/varieties

Novice

Not Awarded

SECTION B FLOWERS AND POT PLANTS

28

One bowl of three hyacinths, any variety/varieties

John White

29

One pot/bowl of spring bulbs, or corms any variety/varieties, except those shown in classes 1 to 25 maximum pot size 12″

Rita Critchley

 

30

One vase of three stems of Hellebores, any variety/varieties

Wendy Carman

 

31

One vase of spring flowers not previously mentioned in classes 1 to 25. Any foliage allowed

Rita Critchley

32

One bloom of Camellia, any variety

John White

33

One vase of Pieris in bloom

Brian Cox

34

One Amaryllis bulb, maximum pot size 6″

Edward Elliott

35

One flowering plant any variety, maximum pot size 12″excluding orchid class 38

Edward Elliott

36

One vase of spring-flowering shrubs, any variety/varieties not previously mentioned

Brian Cox

 

37

Pot of Polyanthus or Primula maximum pot size 6″

Rita Critchley

38

One flowering Orchid any variety maximum pot size 6″

Jean Coward

 

39

Spring Alpine Garden in a container maximum dimensions 12" x 12"

Rita Critchley

40

Pot of Pansies or Violas maximum pot size 6″

Rita Critchley

41

Pansies six blooms any variety or varieties. To be shown on board provided

Edward Elliott

 

42

Violas six blooms any variety or varieties. To be shown on board provided

Joan Ramsden

 

43

Spring hanging basket not to exceed 14"diameter.

Edward Elliott

 

44

Pot of heather pot up to 12″

Rita Critchley

45

One Rhipsalidopsis (Easter Cactus) pot up to 6"

 

Christine Hughes

46

One pot or bowl of spring bulbs one variety maximum pot size 12″ Novice"

Not Awarded

SECTION C FLORAL ART

47

“An arrangement to include a garden tool” An exhibit. Space allowed 18² x 18². Height unlimited

Sue Formstone

48

““An arrangement to represent a book or song title” Space allowed 18" x 18²

Sun Formstone

49

One bowl of cut daffodils, any variety/varieties, arranged for effect. Own bowl. Any foliage allowed

David Pendlebury

50

One vase of daffodils arranged for effect using Society vase

Not Awarded

51

One vase of tulips arranged for effect using Society vase

Not Awarded

52

An arrangement of flowers floating in water. Bowl maximum diameter 9". No foliage allowed

Wendy Carman

SECTION D PRESERVES

54

One jar of Seville Orange marmalade please display ingredients

No 1st awarded

 

55

One jar of 3 Fruit Marmalade

No 1st awarded

56

One jar of Citrus Fruit Marmalade

No 1st awarded

57

Any other Marmalade

No 1st awarded

58

One jar of any Fruit Jelly

Debbie Corbett

59

One jar of Lemon Curd

Angela Lloyd

60

One jar of Fruit Chutney

Angela Lloyd

61

Victoria sponge

Debbie Corbett

62

Savoury Leek and Ham Muffins

Eileen Warren

63

Rhubarb, three sticks

John White

SECTION E CHILDREN’S CLASSES

Aged under 7

64

Bake 6 fairy cakes and decorate for Spring or Mother’s Day (own recipe)

Robin Lloyd

65

On your computer draw a picture of Spring Flowers

Robin Lloyd

66

Make a Mother’s Day card

Robin Lloyd

Aged 7 to 10

67

Bake a sponge cake and decorate it for Mother’s Day (own recipe)

Ryley Breen

 

68

Make a collage picture on the theme of “Spring”

 

Elliott Lloyd

69

Using coloured pencils or pastels draw a picture of animals which remind you of Spring

Neil Breen

 

Aged 11 to 16

70

Bake fruit scones and display 6 with the recipe (own recipe)

Elan Breen

 

71

Display a vase of Spring flowers

Elan Breen

72

Make a Mother’s Day gift

Elan Breen

SECTION F HANDICRAFTS

73

An item of craftwork. Any material

 

Jean Coward

74

Write a poem or Limerick about Spring Bulbs 

Chris Gilford

75

A cross-stitch or tapestry

Judith Barritt

76

Home made toy in any medium

Judith Barritt

77

“Local View” Photographic Print not exceeding 8²x 6² unmounted

Jeff Formstone

78

“Local View”. Painting or drawing.

not exceeding 13²x 17² including frame

Joan Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPRING SHOW 25th MARCH 2017 ROSETTES AND CUP WINNERS

ROSETTES AND CUP

WINNER

The Carman Challenge Cup for Tulips and Daffodils

Mike Lewis

Rosette for best exhibit in Section A: Tulips and Daffodils

Mike Lewis

Spring Show Flowers & Pot Plants Cup

Rita Critchley

Rosette for best exhibit in Section B Flowers & Pot Plants

Jean Coward

Spring Show Floral Art Cup

Sue Formstone

Rosette for best exhibit in Section C Floral Art

Sue Formstone

Spring Show Preserve Cup

Angela Lloyd

Rosette for best exhibit in Section D Preserves

Angela Lloyd

Award for the most points in Children’s Classes under 7

Robin Lloyd

Award for the most points in Children’s Classes aged 7 to 10

Ryley Breen

Award for the most points in Children’s Classes aged 11 to 16

Elan Breen

The Spring Challenge Cup for most points in the Spring Show

 

Mike Lewis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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