Classes 2017

NUMBERNAMEDESCRIPTIONDOWNLOADS
FLORAL CLASS
1PANSY or VIOLAOne specimen.
2CLEMATISOne single flower. 
3SWEET PEAS (Annual)Six stalks in one vase. 
4ROSESHybrid tea with own foliage – one bloom in a vase. 
5ROSES Spray–One stem in a vase. 
6HERBSTwo or more culinary varieties, five stalks in a vase. 
7MIXED ANNUALSTwo or more varieties – five stalks in one vase. 
8PERENNIALSTwo or more varieties – five blooms in one vase. 
9DAHLIASBall or Pompom – any size – four blooms in a vase. 
10DAHLIASSmall or large cactus and/or semi-cactus. Assorted or same variety – three blooms in a vase. 
11DAHLIASDecorative, small or large, assorted or same variety. Three blooms in a vase. 
12LILIESOne stem. 
13GLADIOLIGiant, large or medium flowers assorted or same variety. Three stalks in a vase. 
14HYDRANGEASThree heads in a vase. 
15HOUSE PLANTFlower type – any variety in a pot (max 12" pot). 
16HOUSE PLANTFoliage type – any variety in a pot (max 12" pot) 
17CACTI or SUCCULENTSMax 8" pot. 
18FLOWERING TREE OR SHRUBThree sprays of flowering tree or shrub in a vase – assorted or same variety, other than Hydrangeas. 
19GERANIUM or PELARGONIUMOne plant in a pot (max 10" pot). 
20FUCHSIAUpright – any variety (max 10" pot). 
21FUCHSIATrailing – any variety (max 10" pot). 
22HOSTAOne plant in a pot (max 12"” pot). 
23FRAGRANCEA fragrant flower, single stem any variety. 
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CLASS
24BEANSDwarf French – five on a plate. 
25BEANSRunner – five on a plate. 
26PEASFive pods on a plate. 
27BEETROOTRed - three round (tops on and tied). 
28CABBAGEAny variety - one cabbage with 3" inch stalk. 
29CARROTSThree. Tops cut to 4"” and tied individually. 
30COURGETTESLong type, any colour – three on a plate,– less than 8”". 
31CUCUMBEROutdoor grown, any variety, one only. 
32CUCUMBERGrown under protection, any variety, one only. 
33LETTUCEAny variety, –one on a plate. 
34MARROWAny variety, one only. 
35SQUASHAny variety, one only. 
36ONIONS: LARGEAny variety, – three only (over 8 oz) – tops tied. 
37ONIONS: SMALLAny variety, three only, (under 8 oz), tops tied. 
38SHALLOTSAny type, six only, tops tied. 
39GARLICAny variety, three only, 3”" stem, remove roots. 
40POTATOESWhite, one variety to be named,– five only, max 8oz. 
41POTATOESColoured, one variety to be named, five only, max 8oz. 
42TOMATOESRed, indoor or outdoor, any variety, five on a plate. 
43TOMATOESOther than red, five on a plate. 
44TOMATOESCherry, seven on a plate – red or coloured. 
45PEPPERSAny variety, three on a plate. 
46ANY OTHER VEGETABLEMatching pair of any vegetable not otherwise in schedule.
47APPLESEating, three on a plate. 
48APPLESCooking, three on a plate. 
49BERRIESNine on a 6" ”plate, other than raspberries. One or more varieties. 
50PLUMS or GAGESAny one variety, five on a 6"” plate. 
51RASPBERRIESNine on a 6"” plate. 
52TRAY OF VEGETABLESFour varieties of salad vegetables in a 18”" x 12”" box or tray, selected from the following: 3 beetroot, 3 carrots, 3 potatoes, 3 tomatoes, 6 spring onions, 1 lettuce, 1 cucumber, 5 radishes. (Double points for class 52) 
DECORATIVE CLASS Flowers do not have to be grown by the arranger
53ARRANGEMENTA Film Title. Front facing, accessories may be used, space allowed 24”" (60cm) wide, height unlimited. 
54ARRANGEMENT IN A LADIES SHOESpace allowed 18"” (45cm) wide, height unlimited. 
55An all-round ARRANGEMENT OF FOLIAGESpace allowed 24"” (60cm) wide, height unlimited. 
DOMESTIC CLASS
56FRUIT SCONESSix on plate. 
57CHERRY CAKE8"” Round Tin, Own Recipe. 
58BREAD ROLLS –Handmade, 6 on a plate. 
59SHORTBREAD FINGERS– 6 on a plate. 
60CIABATTA LOAF–Own recipe. 
61FRUIT TARTFrangipane fruit tart, mould 9.5" diameter and 1.4" inches height.Download Recipe
62ORANGE MARMALADEOne Jar. 
63FRUIT JELLYOne Jar. 
64FRUIT JAMOne Jar. 
65CHUTNEYOne Jar, minimum 3 months old. 
66BREAD PUDDING–1.25 – 1.5 litre (2 - 2½ pint) sized baking dishDownload Recipe
67MEN’S CLASS – SAUSAGE ROLLS3" long, 6 on a plate. Own recipe. 
68EGGSSix displayed in a plain egg carton. 
69HONEY–One Jar. 
No points awarded for the following classes
70SUNFLOWER CUPFor the tallest sunflower growing in Walsham: measured in situ the week of the show. Open to all ages. 
71HANGING BASKET COMPETITIONFor the best display viewed in situ the week of the show. 
PHOTOGRAPHIC CLASS - No larger than 5" x 7", a small mount is permitted. All photos must be taken in the Walsham area.
72THE WALSHAM WILD WOOD  
73INSECTS OR BUGS ON PLANTS  
74REFLECTIONS  
PHOTOGRAPHIC CLASS FOR CHILDREN
75INSECTS OR BUGS ON PLANTS  
HANDICRAFTS CLASS
76KNITTINGA hand knitted Twiddlemuff to pattern.Download Pattern
77WOODWORKA hand carved (no lathe) wooden Candle Holder, max 12"” H.W.D. 
CHILDREN’S CLASS
78COCONUT ICE–6 on a plate.Download Recipe