HORTICULTURAL SECTION / GARDDWRIAETH
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Entries Close Saturday, 24th August.

The Show Committee have agreed not to charge entry fees on any of the competitions this year.
For full details and descriptions of each Class, please see the full
Llanfair Show Schedule, HERE

The tent will be open from 8am to receive entries.
Exhibits must be staged in the Marquee by 11am.


I hereby give notice that I intend to Exhibit the following classes as stated and I agree to abide by the rules of the Society.

Class Description Entries Class Description Entries
LOCAL CLASS
1 Basket of garden vegetables 2 3 Potatoes (white)
3 3 Potatoes (coloured) 4 Pot of Parsley - max 9"
5 6 Eschalots (large) excluding Hative de Niort type 6 2 Cucumbers
7 3 Onions grown from sets 8 Pot of 3 herbs - max 9"
9 6 Runner Beans 10 3 Carrots (other than long) with tops cut to 3"
11 1 Cabbage, as grown with roots 12 1 Vegetable Marrow (any colour)
13 5 Tomatoes (with stalks) 14 3 Beetroot (round) with tops cut to 3"
15 2 parsnips with tops cut to 3" 16 3 Pods of Peas
17 3 Rhubarb 18 A pair of any other veg
19 1 Rose Floribunda 20 6 Sweet Peas with foliage
21 1 Hydrangea head 22 1 Hybrid Tea Rose
23 3 Decorative Dahlias 24 3 Dahlia Cactus
25 3 pom-pom Dahlias under 55cm 26 A Pot Plant - 7" pot maximum
OPEN CLASS
27 Basket of 6 distinct kinds of vegetables 28 1 Plate of 5 Potatoes (1 variety)
29 2 Cucumbers 30 6 Runner Beans
31 6 Eschalots, large, any colour 32 3 Onions grown from sets
33 3 Onions grown from seeds 34 3 Onions not to exceed 250 grams each
35 6 pods of Peas 36 6 French Beans
37 3 types of soft fruit on an 8" plate 38 Pair of Marrows
39 5 Tomatoes, with stalks 40 2 Courgettes
41 3 Beetroot, round 42 2 Lettuces, with roots
43 3 Parsnips with tops cut to 3" 44 2 Specimen Leeks with roots
45 Truss of Tomatoes 46 3 Carrots, long, with tops cut to 3"
47 3 Carrots, other than long, with tops cut to 3" 48 2 Cauliflowers as grown with roots
49 A single Sweet Pea 50 9 Sweet Peas with foliage
51 A single Gladioli 52 4 Asters
53 Fuchsia - 8" pot maximum 54 3 Floribunda Roses
55 3 Hybrid Tea Roses 56 A foliage pot plant - 7" pot maximum
57 6 African Marigolds 58 6 French Marigolds
59 3 sprays Chrysanthemum in 1 vase 60 5 pansies or viola on a board
TOP TRAY CLASS
Top Tray  
TOP VASE CLASS
Top Vase - from a minumum of 5 different plants  
DAHLIAS
61 1 Vase 3 blooms small decorative 4"-6" 62 1 Vase 3 blooms small medium decorative 6"-8"
63 1 Vase 3 blooms small cactus or semi cactus 4"-6" 64 1 Vase 3 blooms medium cactus or semi cactus 6"-8"
65 1 Vase 3 blooms pom-pom not exceeding 55mm 66 1 Vase 3 blooms ball
67 Single Collorette dahlia  
PRIMARY SCHOOL / YSGOL GYNRADD
68 Miniature Woodland - max 12" 69 Floating flowers in a bowl - max 8"
70 A character from Frozen 2, out of fruit and veg 71 Initials from leaves and berries (A4 sheet to be provided)
FLORAL ART UNDER 18 YEARS
72 Arrangement in an shot glass 73 Arrangement in a re-useable coffee cup
74 A Corsage 75 Floating Flowers (in a container no larger than 12")
FLORAL ART - OPEN
76 Green Arrangement - 2ft x 2ft max 77 Cake Topper - 2ft x 2ft max
78 Autumn - 2ft x 2ft max 79 A table arrangement using up to 3 candles - 2ft x 2ft max
80 Let's Talk Rubbish - 2ft x 2ft max 81 The Greatest Showman - 2ft x 2ft max
82 Novice Class - Woodland Walk - 2ft x 2ft max  
SPECIAL COMPETITION
83 Heaviest Marrow  
AGRICULURALIST SECTION / ADRAN AMAETHYDDOL
84 Clenc of hay 85 3 apples with stalks
86 A selection of orchard fruits in a basket 87 A tomato box or similar containing a turf of permanent pasture



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