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East Anglian Area Show  Schedule 2010
Baytree Nurseries,  Weston,  Spalding,  Lancs.
Saturday 14th. & Sunday 15th. August
Judge : Alan Bryce

Open Classes

1st.

2nd.

3rd.

1

Three pots of Tuberous Double Begonia, any cultivars.

10

7

5

2

One pot of Tuberous Double Begonia.

3

2

1

3

One pot & one cut-bloom of Tuberous Double Begonia, same cultivar.

4

3

2

4

One pot of Tuberous Double Begonia - to be grown in a pot no greater than 7" (18cm.) in diameter or a volume no greater than 3 litres.  To be grown as one main stem with side shoots.  The base of the lowest side shoot should be clearly visible above the compost.

3

2

1

5

Three pots of Tuberous Double Begonia grown as class 4.

10

7

5

6

Six cut-blooms of Tuberous Double Begonia, any cultivars.

10

7

5

7

Three cut-blooms of Tuberous Double Begonia, any cultivars.

4

3

2

8

Three cut-blooms of Tuberous Double Begonia, white, cream or yellow only.

4

3

2

9

Three cut-blooms of Tuberous Double Begonia, red, crimson or orange only.

4

3

2

10

Three cut-blooms of Tuberous Double Begonia, picotee or bi-colour only.

4

3

2

11

One cut-bloom of Tuberous Double Begonia.

3

2

1

12

One pot of Begonia - Rex or Masoniana.

3

2

1

13

Three pots of Begonia - Rex or Masoniana.

4

3

2

14

One pot of any Begonia other than Tuberous Double or Class 12.

3

2

1

15

Three pots of any Begonia other than Tuberous Double or Class 13.

4

3

2

16

One basket of pendula Begonia. Maximum size of basket 16", more than one tuber allowed.

6

4

3

17

One basket of pendula habit Begonia (eg Sutherlandii, Flamboyant or Species). Maximum size of basket 16", more than one tuber allowed.

4

3

2

18

One half basket of pendula Begonia. Maximum size of basket 16", more than one tuber allowed.

3

2

1

19

One half basket of pendula habit Begonia (eg Sutherlandii, Flamboyant or Species). Maximum size of basket 16", more than one tuber allowed.

3

2

1

20

One pot of Multiflora Begonia, to be grown in a pot.  One tuber per pot.

3

2

1

21

One pot of Tuberous Double Begonia & one pot foliage.

4

3

2

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Intermediate Classes

1st.

2nd.

3rd.

22

One pot of Tuberous Double Begonia.

3

2

1

23

Three cut-blooms of Tuberous Double Begonia, any cultivars.

4

3

2

24

One pot of any Begonia other than tuberous double.

3

2

1

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Novice Classes

1st.

2nd.

3rd.

25

One pot of Tuberous Double Begonia.

3

2

1

26

One cut-bloom of Tuberous Double Begonia.

3

2

1

27

One pot of any Begonia other than Tuberous Double.

3

2

1

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4' x 4' Display

1st.

2nd.

3rd.

28

A group of any type of Begonias, plus ferns or other greenery to be staged for effect.
A stand 1.2m. x 1.2 m.(4' x 4') with two tiers of 300mm.high x 400mm. deep covered with black cloth will be provided.
Up to two members may enter this class jointly.

20

15

10

Baytree Staff Competition

1st.

2nd.

3rd.

29

One pot or basket of any Begonia grown by an employee of Baytree.

3

2

1

Awards:


Points will be awarded as follows for the Grantham Cup, Peterborough Begonia Group Perpetual Challenge Plate
and the Roland Scott Memorial Trophy:
     Classes 6                                                                        6   4   3
     Classes 1,5,7,8,9,10,13,15,21 and 23                                 4   3   2
     Classes 2,3,4,11,12,14,16,17,18,19,20,22,24,25,26 and 27   3   2   1
  In the event of a tie, the Exhibitor gaining the greater number of first prizes will be awarded the cup,
  and if still tied the Exhibitor gaining the greater number of second prizes shall be deemed the winner.

The NBS Bronze Medal and Rosette will be awarded to the best pot of Begonias and the best cut-bloom.
The Newton Trophy
will be awarded to the best exhibit in the Show.
The Stanley Dickenson Trophy 
will be awarded to the winner of Class 1.
The Roy Mackey Memorial Bowl 
will be awarded to the winner of Class 6, there will also be a replica bowl which the recipient will keep.
The Andy James Cup
will be awarded to the winner of class 7.
The Kettering Cup
will be awarded to the best pot in Classes 12 to 15.
The Intermediate Trophy
will be awarded to the best exhibit in Classes 22 and 24.
The Peterborough Begonia Group Novice Shield
will be awarded to the best exhibit in Classes 25 and 27.
There will also be a tankard for the best exhibit from classes 22 - 27 for the recipient to keep.
The Ladies Cup will be awarded to the best exhibit in show by a lady.
The Grantham Cup will be awarded to the Exhibitor with the most points in show.
The Peterborough Begonia Group Perpetual Challenge Plate will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points for pot plants.
The Roland Scott Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points for cut blooms.

Judging
to National Begonia Society (NBS) rules.
Classes 1 - 21 are open to NBS members.
Classes 22 - 24 are restricted to members who have won no more than 3 first prizes, excluding the Novice Classes.
Classes 25 - 27 are restricted to members who have not won more than 2 first prizes in a members' Begonia Class, excluding Classes 12 - 15.

There will be no limit to the number of entries and prizes won by an exhibitor in any class, but where an exhibitor has more than one entry in a class, points will only be awarded to the highest placed exhibit.

Boards will be provided for the cut-bloom classes but exhibitors may use their own which must comply with NBS rules.

Staging
 Friday 3.00pm. - 8.00pm. and Saturday 8am. - 9.30am
Removal of exhibits
 After 4.00pm on Sunday 15th. August
 

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