NLHS SHOW SCHEDULE

SECTION 1A: FRUIT AND VEGETABLESECTION 2: FLOWERSSECTION 4: COOKERY  
Most Points in Section 1: The DT Brown trophyMost points in section 2: The DT Brown Trophy    
ALL TO HAVE BEEN GROWN BY YOUALL TO HAVE BEEN GROWN BY YOU    
      
1) Four potatoes, white, one variety on a plate35) A vase of three roses51)  A bread loaf of any type: machine made or conventional oven 
2) Four potatoes, coloured, one variety on a plate36) One specimen rose52) A pizza (recipe for base overleaf) any toppings 
3) Three carrots – stump rooted, tops reduced to 3″37) A vase of mixed flowers – 5 or more kinds53) 5 cheese scones  
4) Three carrots – long rooted, tops reduced to 3″38) A vase of foliage – 5 or more kinds54) Fruit pie shortcrust pastry 
5) Three onions – white39) A basket of mixed flowers frontal view55) 6 Muffins -any recipe  
6) Three onions – red40) A vase of annuals any one kind not already listed56) Swiss Roll – any type no icing 
7) The heaviest onion41) A pot plant – foliage57)  Layer cake any recipe and decoration 
8) Six shallots of the same variety on a plate42) A pot plant – flowering58) Any fruit jelly-small jar  
9 ) Three garlic bulbs – one variety43) Five chrysanthemums – any one colour foliage leY on59) A jar of jam-any variety  
10) Three Beetroot – tops reduced to 3″44) One pot fuchsia – any variety60) A bottle of cordial-undiluted 
11) Five runner beans – stalk left on45) Three dahlias – one variety without foliage61) A jar of chutney  
12) The longest runner bean CLASSES 58,59 &61 from your own produce 
13) Five French beansSECTION 3: Floral Arrangement    
14) Three parsnips – tops reduced to 3″Most points in Section3 – A trophySECTION 5: CHILDREN&YOUNG PEOPLE AGE TO BE STATED 
15) The largest pumpkin – judged by girthFLOWERS & FOLIAGE MAY BE BOUGHTALL ENTRANTS TO RECEIVE A CHOCOLATE BAR & PRIZE CARD 
16) Five tomatoes – normal any one colour on a plate     
17) Five tomatoes -unusual incl cherry on a plate46) An arrangement of flowers & foliage in a jug:Up to and including school year 11 (at 31/8/2019) 
18) A truss of tomatoes on a plateJUDGED IN THE ROUND62) A monster I have made from fruit & vegetables 
19) 3 courgettes same shape..bet 4 & 8″ long/diameter47) An arrangement of foliage:63) A vegetable, flower or plant I have grown 
20) 3 chillies or peppers – one varietyJUDGED FROM THE FRONT64) 4 Butterfly cakes  
21) Two sweetcorn48) Photograph max 5×7 Through the Garden Gate65) Gingerbread man baked and decorated 
22) A pair of vegetable marrows49)  Greeting Card max A4 before foldingUp to and including school year 6 (at 31/8/2019) 
23) The heaviest marrow50) Herbs no fewer than 3 types in single pot66) A monster I have made from fruit & vegetables 
24) One squash – any variety 67) A vegetable, flower or plant I have grown 
25) Three leeks – roots washed and leY onTHE BANKSIAN MEDAL PRESENTED BY THE68) 4 Butterfly cakes  
26) One cabbage – white, green or redROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY WILL BE AWARDED BY69) Gingerbread person baked and decorated 
27) One cucumber – any varietyTHE NORTH LINCOLN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY TO:    
28) 3 cooking Apples on a plateTHE EXHIBITOR WITH THE MOST POINTS IN CLASSES 1 TO 45TROPHIES TO BE RETURNED
BY 10/8/22
 
29) 3 dessert Apples on a plate     
30) Five plums – one variety with stalkPrize cards sponsored by Mal Reynolds of Harlequin Frames    
31) Ten blackberries – with stalks The Judge’s decision is final in all cases 
32) 10 raspberries – a single colour with stalks No correspondence can be entered into