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Horticulture


SOCIETY OFFICIALS ALBANY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Incorporated Postal Address: Post Office Box 392, ALBANY 6331 Office: 88 Cockburn Road, Albany WA 6330 Showground: Centennial Park Eastern Precinct Telephone 98414003 Email: aas@albanyshow.org.au; Website: www.albanyshow.org.au PATRON: Mr John O’Meehan VICE PATRONS: Kevin Prince LLB; Peter Watson MLA; Hon Colin Holt MLC; Mr Rick Wilson MP TRUSTEES: Messrs; R.J.H. Whittem; G. Wilson: M Montgomery PRESIDENT: Mr Rob Wright SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT: Mr Gary Wilson JUNIOR VICE PRESIDENT: Mr P Cockayne IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT: Mrs E Henderson EXECUTIVE OFFICERS: Mrs B. Swainston; Mr P Murray & Mrs D Lyon COUNCIL: J Baker; D. Bell; D Bickford; A Carter; B Cook; A Gorman; J Haydock; D Higgins; C King: T. McAllister; D. McIntosh; D. Panizza; K Pritchett; A Riggall; S. Smith; J. Sutcliffe SECRETARY: Mr Paul Higginson SECRETARY/TREASURER: Mrs Carolyn Cockayne

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PERPETUAL TROPHIES The following trophies are competed for in each section in turn. For the purpose of deciding the winner of the trophy, the following points will be counted: Champion 1; First 3; Second 2; unless otherwise stipulated for the particular section. Each trophy will be engraved with the winner exhibitors name, section and year and will entitle them to hold the trophy for twelve months, returning it to the secretary one month prior to the following show. ABC RADIO 6AL SILVER CUP .......................................................................................... Supreme Ridden Exhibit AF MARSHALL TROPHY .............................................................................................. Most Points - Rose Section ALBANY AMATEUR WINEMAKERS CUP ............................................................................................ not for 2019 ARTHUR AND FREDA MARSHALL TROPHY ......................................................... Best Exhibit Pot Plant Section B. LANGE TRAY ............................................................................................................................. Horses in Action BETTER HEARING ALBANY WA .......................................................................................................... Junior Craft CHALLENGE (Westpac) BANK TROPHY ........................................ Winner of the unofficial dressage competition EILEEN CROXFORD PERPETUAL SHIELD ....................................... Best Bowl of Exhibition/ Decorative Roses FIELDING INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION TROPHY .............Goats - not for 2019 GLENICE FLETT SHIELD ................................................ Most Points over all Sections - Creative Craft / Cookery HELEN CHAPMAN MEMORIAL...................Breed Section – donated by Albany and Great Southern Weekender J & M MEUZELAAR TROPHY..............................................................................Most Points – Vegetable Classes J M THOMSON TROPHY...................................................................................Champion Gladiolus - not for 2019 MURIEL HAINES MEMORIAL CUP ....................... Most Outstanding Exhibit – Produce and Preserves 2019 only NELL WATKINS TROPHY ............................................................................................ Most Points Hand Spinning OLLIE TREASURE MEMORIAL TROPHY .................................... Exhibitor gaining most points in Poultry Section PARATTAH STUD TROPHY ................................................................... Winner Great Southern Pony of the Year R W GOODMAN TROPHY ($50 cash) ............................................................................................................. Wool R W GOODMAN TROPHY .............................................................. Most Outstanding Exhibit Horticultural Section R&C DUFFIELD CHAMPION GALLOWAY .........................................................Trophy donated by R & C Duffield SALES EXCHANGE CHAMPION HACK ........................................................ Trophy donated by Sales Exchange SILVER JUBILEE CUP ............................................................................ Winner Great Southern Hack of the Year SPRINGHAVEN TROPHY................................................................................... Best Sliver Exhibit Hand Spinning THE BEAL CUP ...................................................................... Most points Horse Section by any single competitor THELMA SIMPSON SHIELD........................................................................... Most points Floral Art – not for 2019 WA GERANIUM / PELARGONIUM SOCIETY SHIELD ..................... Great Southern Pelargonium Championship WINDRUSH HONEY BEE CHAMPION PONY ...................................................... Trophy donated by Mrs J Lucas B AND B SHIRLEY ........................................................................................... High Point Unofficial Showjumping

TABLE of CONTENTS SOCIETY OFFICIALS .................................................................................................................................................................... 2 PERPETUAL TROPHIES ............................................................................................................................................................... 3 TABLE of CONTENTS .................................................................................................................................................................... 3 SHOWGROUND LAYOUT ............................................................................................................................................................. 4 RULES AND REGULATIONS......................................................................................................................................................... 5 N O T I C E S .................................................................................................................................................................................. 6 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .............................................................................................................................................................. 7 Sections 7, 8 and 9 – HORTICULTURE ......................................................................................................................................... 8 MAJOR TROPHIES ....................................................................................................................................................................... 9 RULES FOR EXHIBITING............................................................................................................................................................ 10 Section 7A - HANGING CONTAINERS....................................................................................................................................... 11 Section 7B - PELARGONIUMS ................................................................................................................................................... 12 Section 7C - SUCCULENTS........................................................................................................................................................ 13 Section 7D - POT PLANTS ......................................................................................................................................................... 14 Section 7E - VEGETABLES AND FRUIT .................................................................................................................................... 16 Section 8B - SPECIMEN ROSES ................................................................................................................................................ 17 Section 8D - DECORATIVE CLASSES ....................................................................................................................................... 18 Section 8E - SPECIMENS ........................................................................................................................................................... 19 Section 8F – FLORAL ART ......................................................................................................................................................... 20 Section 9A - EXHIBITION ROSES .............................................................................................................................................. 21 Section 9B - CHILDREN'S SECTION ......................................................................................................................................... 22

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SHOWGROUND LAYOUT

Show Office opening times February to September Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 12:30pm October – November, Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 3:30pm

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RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. 2.

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The Society’s Annual Show is held under the Society’s Rules and Regulations. The committee may add, alter, vary or revoke any Rules and Regulations it may deem advisable. No exhibit shall be staged for competition until subscription or entrance fees are paid to the Society. Fees may be paid by direct credit, cheque, EFTPOS or cash. Entry Forms may be received via email, or mail. If Entry Cards are to be returned please allow time for them to be processed. The committee reserves the power to reject or remove any Exhibitor, servant or attendant, or any visitor from the Show without being required to give any explanation or being liable for compensation. The powers conferred on the committee shall be delegated to the Secretary and all monies won by such offenders shall be forfeited. NO DOGS, excepting registered Assistance Dogs or Dogs for exhibition/competition, will be allowed on the grounds. The committee reserves the right to postpone, and further postpone any Show from the advertised date, and may make any alterations it deems desirable in the schedule of prizes, or other show arrangements. The decision of the Society on all points shall be final and without recourse. NO GATE ENTRY FEE AND/OR MEMBERSHIP FEES WILL BE REFUNDED. Quantities, weights and numbers will be strictly adhered to. All persons competing and exhibiting in the Show do so at their own risk. No protest will be considered if person protesting has not an entry in the class concerned. The Head Steward of each section reserves the right to reject and remove from the ground any exhibit, which is in their opinion dangerous or objectionable. The Albany Agricultural Society Incorporated Committee will not be held liable for loss of or damage to the exhibitor’s property whilst on the grounds. Stewards reserve the right to re-enter an entry into a more appropriate section and/or class. Please ensure all vehicles are removed immediately after they have been unloaded and parked offsite in public parking zones. All vehicles parked illegally upon the grounds shall be TOWED AWAY WITHOUT NOTICE. NO ALCOHOL is to be brought onto the grounds.

PRIVACY STATEMENT: The information provided by you in the Application form is collected and used by the Albany Agricultural Society Incorporated to organise and conduct competitions and or exhibitions at the Albany Agricultural Show. We may publish details such as your Name, Photograph and Exhibit details in any Albany Agricultural Society publication or communication. Such information may also be made available to; and published by the media. Your telephone number will be shared with the Show Programme publisher. We will not disclose your personal information without your consent for any other purpose unless required or authorised by law. You may request access to your personal information and, if necessary, request that our records of that information be corrected by writing to the Secretary, Albany Agricultural Society Incorporated, Post Office Box 392, Albany WA 6331 or by Email: aas@albanyshow.org.au REFUND POLICY: Membership – no refund Competitors – no refund unless recommended by the Section Councillor Please keep your receipt or entry cards as proof of purchase.

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NOTICES All exhibitors must pay entrance fee to the grounds on Show Days. Exhibitors will please check individual sections for times that exhibits in the various sections must be in place. These times will be rigidly adhered to. Exhibits MUST NOT be dismantled or removed from the ground before 5:00pm on Saturday. In the event of there being no competition in any particular Class, prizes may be given if the judges certify to particular merit, however, they are specifically requested to with-hold prizes - even where there is competition if the exhibits are of inferior description, or not suitable for the class in which they are competing, they may be awarded a 2 nd prize. Prize money where applicable will be available at the Secretary’s office from 2:00pm Saturday 9 th November 2019. If you are GST registered, you must provide a tax invoice to the Albany Agricultural Society to claim prize money including GST. All prize money not collected by Wednesday 20th November 2019 (or tax invoices not lodged) will revert back to the Society. Entries in Show Sections will be received by the Society’s office: 88 Cockburn Road, Albany WA 6330. Please check your relevant section for closing dates AS NO LATE ENTRIES ARE RECEIVED. PLEASE NOTE: The Committee reserves the right to restrict entries in any class should the need arise. Please submit all entries on the original application forms supplied with the Schedule for that section. For the Alpacas section, this is a requirement. All forms for that section MUST be completed.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The committee of the Albany Agricultural Society Incorporated wish to express their sincere appreciation to our generous Sponsors and Trophy Donors and ask that you acknowledge their generosity and endeavor to support them wherever possible when making your purchases. The list for this section is current at time of going to print.

“Anima” Roger and Cathy Albany Irrigation and Drilling Albany Landscape Supplies Albany Lock Service Ardess Nursery Bella Swainston Bunning Warehouse Albany Dan Murphy Liquor Stores Graham Walker Ray White Real Estate Albany John Dekker Builder Lush Garden Gallery Norma and Ron Adams Oyster Harbour Nursery Pam and Noel Leamon Paperbark Merchants Peter Watson MLA Rustlers Restaurant Trevor Cosh Dome Café Whalley’s United Service Station

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Sections 7, 8 and 9 – HORTICULTURE CHIEF STEWARD HORTICULTURE COUNCILLOR

Rob Leonard Arthur Gorman 0437742951

All Exhibitors are to pay Gate entry fees or membership to remain on ground after Benching ENTRY FEES must be paid to the Albany Agricultural Society Inc: Adults $2.00 Children $1.00 In person entry applications close at 4:00 pm on Friday 1st November 2019. Late entries CANNOT be accepted. E-mail & posted entry applications close on Friday 25th October to allow for return postage time for Blue Entry tickets et cetera, OR THEY MUST be picked up personally from the Show office.

E-mail entries to – aas@albanyshow.org.au. Please refer to Rules of Entry as they appear in the Schedule. Entries with BLUE EXHIBITORS CARD ATTACHED are to be lodged at the Show display venue between 7:30am & 4:00pm Thursday 7th November 2019. Exhibitors are requested to lodge their entry form (along with payment) AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE. When making more than one entry in each class, please use the Class Number in each instance

ALL EXHIBITS ARE TO REMAIN FOR THE DURATION OF THE SHOW REMOVAL OF EXHIBITS will be allowed after 5:00pm on the Saturday and 9:00am to 11:00am on Sunday of the show. Presentation of the duplicate exhibitor’s ticket will be required. Items unclaimed after that will be available from the Albany Agricultural Society office during normal office hours. Items unclaimed after that will be available from the Albany Agricultural Society office during normal office hours. PRIZE MONEY for all classes in all sections (other than Championship events) shall be 1st Place $4.00 and 2nd Place $2.00 EXCEPT WHERE A TROPHY / PRIZE HAS BEEN DONATED FOR THE BEST EXHIBIT IN A SPECIFIED CLASS (SEE SECTION NOTES). Prize money will be available for collection from 2:00pm on Saturday at the Secretary’s Office. TROPHIES presented at approximately 4:30pm on Saturday at the Horticultural exhibition area. ALL CUT FLOWERS become the property of the Albany Agricultural Society from 5:00pm on Saturday (unless previously arranged with the Chief Steward)

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MAJOR TROPHIES GREAT SOUTHERN CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS WILL RECEIVE A SASH AND CERTIFICATE DONATED BY W.A. HORTICULTURAL COUNCIL. CHAMPION EXHIBIT WINNERS WILL RECEIVE A ROSETTE DONATED BY THE ALBANY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ROBERT GOODMAN PERPETUAL TROPHY For the most outstanding exhibit in the Horticultural section. Prize donated by Graham Walker Ray White Real Estate FREDA AND ARTHUR MARSHALL PERPETUAL TROPHY For the best exhibit in Pot Plant Section. J. M. THOMSON PERPETUAL TROPHY For the Champion Gladiolus of the show - Not available 2019 THELMA SIMPSON PERPETUAL TROPHY For the Most Points in the Floral Art Section A.F. MARSHALL PERPETUAL TROPHY For the Most Points in the Rose Section. Sub-Section 8B EILEEN CROXFORD PERPETUAL SHIELD For the best bowl of Exhibition / Decorative roses. J. & M. MEUZELAAR PERPETUAL TROPHY For the Most Points in the Vegetable Section. W.A. GERANIUM / PELARGONIUM SOCIETY PERPETUAL SHIELD For Great Southern Pelargonium Championship. - Not available 2019

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RULES FOR EXHIBITING 1. 2. 3.

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DISEASED or insect infested exhibits will be immediately disqualified and must be removed from the Pavilion. EXHIBITS must have been grown by the exhibitor and in the case of Pot Plants have been owned by the exhibitor for at least 8 weeks prior to the show. DRESSING and staging of all exhibits must be done in the Staging Area, only minor adjustments are to be made on the benches. Once benched, the exhibits are under the jurisdiction of the Stewards and must not be touched without their permission. Should it become necessary for the Stewards to move the exhibits, every endeavor will be made not to disturb the presentation. SPECIMENS must be displayed in the tubes and bottles provided. SPECIMEN FLOWERS must have their own stems and foliage, with no artificial Supports. It is recommended that they face the judge. COLLARS are only provided for Pansies and Violas. They are not allowed for other flowers. ROSE buds must show colour. They become a bloom when the guard or outer petals drop to more than 45 degrees and are a full bloom when the centre is visible. A BUD on a specimen as well as the primary bud or bloom disqualifies the entry as a single specimen, it then becomes a ‘cut’. BOWL is a round container without adornment such as handles, of which the total diameter is greater than the height and the diameter of the mouth is not less than ⅔ of the total diameter. The arrangement should form a ‘ball shape’ to compliment the size of the bowl. VASE is a round container without adornment such as handles, of which the height is greater than the total diameter. The arrangement should form a ‘pyramid shape’ that is 1½ times the height of the vase. CONTAINER is all other shaped vessels and those with handles, spouts and other additions. It can be anything (eg a Trough or Shallow Bowl etc) that will hold soil in which to grow plants or display flowers. N.N.D. (NOT NECESSARILY DISTINCT) means that while of the same species (ie. Roses) it is not necessary for them to be different varieties (ie. Peace or Mr. Lincoln). They can be either 3 of all the same variety, 2 the same plus 1 different or can be 3 different varieties. N.P.M. (NOT PREVIOUSLY MENTIONED) means that either the species or the type (eg. variegated foliage) has not been included in any other class in that section but that the entry can be included in the general heading of the section (eg. Specimens or Pot Plant et cetera). POINTS for determining the MOST POINTS in a section shall be awarded as 3 points for First place and 1 point for Second place in each class. BONSAI will be judged on their overall health and suitability for growing in this form. They must be mature in appearance and not be dominated by the container. Any style is acceptable but an attempt to develop one of the known styles will gain more points. Ie; formal, Informal, Literati, Broom, Octopus, Windswept, Cascade etc. THE Horticulture Area of the Exhibition Pavilion will be open to receive exhibits from Thursday 7:30am to 2:00pm and Friday 7:00am to 8:30am. Vehicles to removed by 8:45am on Friday

16. Pots and containers need to be clean.

Absolutely no late entries.

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Section 7A - HANGING CONTAINERS BENCHING TO BE COMPLETED BY 12:00 noon THURSDAY 7th November 2019. Judging will take place on Thursday at 3:00pm NOTES ON PRESENTATION: Size of container is unlimited. Hanging containers may be made of wire, porcelain, wood, plastic or any other material that can hold a growing plant and be hung up. Plant should be of spreading, not upright nature suitable for hanging container Class 00 GREAT SOUTHERN HANGING CONTAINER CHAMPIONSHIP HANGING CONTAINERS – EITHER FOLIAGE or FLOWERING More than one plant is permitted in each container but must be of the same variety.

Class: ONE Hanging CONTAINER OF EACH 1. Ivy - Geranium - Flowering 2. Flowering Annual - 1 variety only (more than one plant permitted) 3. Fern 4. Flowering 5. Elkhorn or Staghorn - On a Board 6. Any other not previously mentioned

Great Southern Hanging Container Championship Prize Donated by

Best Hanging Basket Prize Donated by PAPERBARK MERCHANTS

Graham Walker – Ray White Real Estate

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Section 7B - PELARGONIUMS 702

BENCHING TO BE COMPLETED BY 8:30am THURSDAY 7th November 2019.

Judging will take place on Thursday at 3:00pm NOTES ON PRESENTATION: Hybrid crosses of Zonal / Climbers (ie. Milfield Gem, Blue Springs and W.H. Trego) are classed as Zonal and should be exhibited as such. A truss is to be shown with one leaf of foliage NOT wired together and as a single full head of flowers.

A cut is a branch which may have more than one head of flowers. Pots are to be a suitable size for the plant, the maximum size of each pot is 250mm except as stated.

Class 00 GREAT SOUTHERN PELARGONIUM CHAMPIONSHIP 3 PLANTS IN BLOOM MAXIMUM POT SIZE 250mm 1 SPECIMEN EACH of ZONAL, REGAL and IVY PELARGONIUM Not available in 2019 PELARGONIUMS Must have been owned by exhibitor for a minimum of 2 months prior to Show. Classes 1 POT 1. Regal 2. Ivy Geranium 3. Stella Hybrid 4. Zonal 5. Geranium Family - not previously mentioned - SPECIMENS ONLY -

Classes 1 TRUSS 6. Ivy Pelargonium 7. Regal Pelargonium 8. Stella Hybrid Pelargonium 9. Zonal Pelargonium 10. Geranium Family - not previously mentioned

GREAT SOUTHERN PELARGONIUM CHAMPIONSHIP Not available 2019 PERPETUAL SHIELD Runner Up Prize Donated by – not for 2019

Best Exhibit Pelargonium Truss Prize Donated by NORMA and RON ADAMS Most Points in Section Prize Donated by ALBANY IRRIGATION

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Section 7C - SUCCULENTS 703

BENCHING TO BE COMPLETED BY 12 noon Thursday 7th November 2019.

Judging will take place on Thursday at 3:00pm Class 00 GREAT SOUTHERN SUCCULENT CHAMPIONSHIP 4 SUCCULENTS and /or CACTI 4 DISTINCT GENERAL MAXIMUM POT SIZE 355mm

NOTES ON PRESENTATION: One plant per pot. Must have been owned by exhibitor for a minimum of 2 months prior to Show. Class: Maximum pot size 255mm 1. Cacti 2 Distinct - 3 Pots 2. Succulents 2 Distinct - 3 Pots 3. Schlumbergera - Zygocactus - 1 Pot 4. Cactus or Succulent not previously mentioned - 1 Pot 5. Cactus Flowering - 1 Container 6. Grafted Cactus - 1 Pot GREAT SOUTHERN SUCCULENT CHAMPIONSHIP Class 00

Sash and Certificate – WA Horticultural Council Prize Donated by Ardess Nursery. CHAMPION SUCCULENT to be taken from Classes 1 - 6 Prize Donated by DAN MURPHY Most points in section Prize Donated by ALBANY IRRIGATION

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Section 7D - POT PLANTS 704

ABSOLUTELY NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED IN THIS SECTION

BENCHING TO BE COMPLETED BY 12 noon THURSDAY 7th November 2019. Judging will take place on Thursday at 3:00pm NOTES ON PRESENTATION: A ‘Pot Plant’ will be considered as any plant Pot Plant must have been owned by the successfully grown in a pot for decorative exhibitor for at least 8 weeks prior to this purposes. show. Hanging Containers are not to be used in this Pot size unrestricted in classes 1 - 13. section. Self-watering pots are permitted. Class FERNS - 1 POT 1. Adiantum (Maiden Hair Fern) 2. Asplenium Bulbiferum (Hen & Chicken) 3. Asplenium Nidus (Birds Nest Fern) 4. Nephrolepis (Fishbone Fern) 5. Any Other Variety not previously mentioned Class ORCHIDS - 1 POT 6. Orchid - Any variety Class PLANTS IN BLOOM - 1 POT 7. Fuchsia 8. Flowering Annual - (pot or container) 9. Any Other Variety not previously mentioned Class: FOLIAGE PLANTS - 1 POT 10. Fuchsia - Coloured Leaf 11. Varigated Foliage Plant 12. Any Other Variety not previously mentioned Class: HIPPEASTRUM 13. Hippeastrum - 1 Pot Class: BROMILIADS 14. Vriesia 15. Neoregelia 16. Bill Bergia 17. Achmea 18. Any Other Variety not previously mentioned Class: BEGONIAS 19. Cane 20. Rhizomatous 21. Any Other Variety not previously mentioned

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Class: BONSAI NOTES ON PRESENTATION A Bonsai is a miniature tree and should be Drawings of styles are available from Albany true to nature. Horticultural Society, Show Secretary. Containers may be made from any material and should complement the exhibit not dominate it.

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Single Specimen any variety or style - OVER 200mm from top of container) Single Specimen any variety or style - (UNDER 200mm from top of container) Clump or Multi Trunk or Small Group (2-3 Trees) - Any Variety Forrest Grouping of 5 or more Trees - Any Variety "Saikei" - A reproduction of a Landscape TO SCALE with 1 or more groups of trees and paths, rocky outcrops and hills. Any figures or additions MUST BE to SCALE

BEST POT PLANT IN SECTION FREDA & ARTHUR MARSHALL PERPETUAL TROPHY Prize Donated by Trevor Cosh – Dome Café Best Fern In Pot Prize Donated by ARDESS NURSERY Best Bloom or Foliage Plant in Pot overall (by judges) Prize Donated by Whalley’s Albany Fuel Service Best Bonsai Prize Donated by Graham Walker – Oyster Harbour Nursery Best Bromiliad Classes 14-18 Prize Donated by Trevor Cosh – Dome Café Best Begonia Classes 19-21 Prize Donated by Trevor Cosh – Dome Cafe

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Section 7E - VEGETABLES AND FRUIT ABSOLUTELY NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED IN THIS SECTION BENCHING MUST BE COMPLETED BY 8:30am Friday 8th November 2019. NOTES ON PRESENTATION: Plates or foam trays will be provided for displaying all root vegetables, onions, peas, beans and fruit. Cauliflowers are to have curds exposed by cutting leaves to a neat fringe. Root vegetables, other than potatoes, to have secondary roots removed and tops cut off neatly. Class VEGETABLES 1. Collection of Vegetables - 6 varieties in a container 2. Broad Beans - 6 pods 3. Beetroot - 3 only 4. Broccoli - 1 head 5. Cabbage - 1 only 6. Carrots Any variety - 3 only 7. Cauliflower - 1 head 8. Herb - 1 of any variety growing in a pot 9. Herbs - 4 varieties - 1 fresh cut of each named and staged singly in bottles provided 10. Lettuce - 1 head 11. Leeks - 3 only

Onions to have roots and tops trimmed neatly. Peas and Beans to be arranged on a plate or foam tray. All vegetables are considered suitable for the “Collection of Vegetables” and are to be presented in a foam fruit box or similar container. Parsley etc is not counted as a vegetable when used as a fill in or decoration. 12. Onions Brown - 3 only 13. Onions White - 3 only 14. Peas - 6 pods 15. Potatoes - 6 only 16. Pumpkin - 1 Any variety 17. Radishes - 6 only 18. Rhubarb - 3 stalks 19. Turnips - 3 only 20. Turnip Swedes - 3 only 21. Silver Beet bunch - 6 stalks 22. Snow Peas - 6 pods 23. Any Vegetable not previously mentioned - (numbers appropriate)

Class: FRUIT 24. Berry Fruit (Not Strawberry) - 6 only 25. Citrus not Oranges or Lemons - 3 only 26. Lemons - 6 only 27. Loquats - 6 only

28. Oranges - 6 only 29. Strawberries - 6 only 30. Any Fruit not previously mentioned - 3 only

MOST POINTS IN VEGETABLE CLASSES J & M MEUZELAAR PERPETUAL TROPHY Prize Donated by Bunnings Albany

MOST POINTS IN FRUIT CLASSES Prize Donated by Ardess Nursery

Fruit that is cut for Judging will be removed after Judging is completed

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Section 8B - SPECIMEN ROSES 802

NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED BENCHING TO BE COMPLETED BY 9:00am FRIDAY 8th NOVEMBER 2019.

Class: 1. 1 Bloom - Peace – original only 2. 1 Bloom - Excluding Peace 3. 3 Blooms - 2 Distinct 4. 3 Full Blooms - 2 Distinct 5. 6 Blooms - 4 Distinct 6. 1 Bud, 1 Perfect and 1 Full Bloom - All one variety 7. 1 Cut David Austin - Must be named 8. 3 Cuts David Austin - Must be named 9. 1 Cut Floribunda 10. 3 Cuts Floribunda - 2 Distinct 11. 1 Cut Miniature 12. 3 Cuts Miniature N.N.D 13. 1 Cut or Bloom - not previously mentioned - (eg. Heritage or Moss) MOST POINTS IN SECTION Prize Donated by Bunnings Albany BEST ROSE SPECIMEN (excluding David Austin) Prize Donated by Peter Watson MLA BEST CUT DAVID AUSTIN ROSE IN SPECIMEN Prize Donated by Peter Watson MLA

ALL SPECIMENS ARE TO BE NAMED IF POSSIBLE - CARDS ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE OFFICE OR STAGING AREA

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Section 8D - DECORATIVE CLASSES 804

BENCHING TO BE COMPLETED BY 9:00am FRIDAY 8th NOVEMBER 2019. NO LATE ENTRIES

NOTES ON PRESENTATION: Foliage must be of the flowers being shown unless otherwise stated See ‘RULES FOR EXHIBITING’ at front of the Schedule for more information Class: 1 VASE OF 1. Mixed Flowers Other foliage permitted (VASE NOT TO EXCEED 150mm in height) 2. Roses - One variety 3. Roses - 3 Distinct Varieties, 6 Blooms 4. Sweet Peas 5. Flowers NPM 6. Proteaceae – one variety or mixed (Proteas / Leucodendrons / Leucospernnums / Banksias. Class: 1 BOWL OF 7. Miniature Roses 8. Mixed Flowers at least 3 varieties 9. Mixed Flowers at least 3 varieties OF ONE COLOUR 10. Anemone / Ranunculus or any other Bulb 11. Roses 12. Roses- Full Bloom 13. Roses- Cluster Type 14. Roses - David Austin 15. Flowers – not previously mentioned Class: 1 CONTAINER OF 16. Pansies / Violas Class: AUSTRALIAN NATIVE FLOWERS 17. 1 Bowl - One Variety only 18. 1 Bowl - Mixed Varieties 19. 1 Vase - One or more varieties Best in Decorative Section excluding classes 17-19 Prize Donated by Yates Garden Products Best Mixed Flowers in Decorative At least 3 varieties Prize Donated by Yates Garden products Best Australian Native flowers in Decorative classes 17-19 Prize Donated by Ardess Nursery

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Section 8E - SPECIMENS 805

NO LATE ENTRIES BENCHING TO BE COMPLETED BY 9:00am FRIDAY 8th NOVEMBER 2019. ALL SPECIMENS ARE TO BE NAMED IF POSSIBLE. CARDS ARE AVAILABLE FROM SOCIETY OFFICE and STAGING AREA.

NOTES ON PRESENTATION: See ' RULES FOR EXHIBITING’ at front of the Schedule for more information. ALL AUSTRALIAN NATIVE FLOWER EXHIBITS MUST BE GROWN BY THE EXHIBITOR IN THEIR OWN GARDEN

Class: 1. Australian Native Trees or Shrubs - 1 Cut 2. Native Flower - 1 Cut - not previously mentioned 3. Carnation - 1 Bloom or spray 4. Flowering Tree, Shrub or Climber excluding Proteaceae - 1 Cut 5. Fuchsia - 1 Cut 6. Pansies / Violas - 3 Blooms Distinct shown with collars 7. Pansies / Violas - 6 Blooms 4 Distinct shown with collars 8. Proteaceae - 1 Cut (Proteas / Leucodendrons / Leucospernnums / Banksias etc) 9. Sweet Peas - 6 Blooms Distinct in vase (oasis permitted) 10. Annual - 1 Cut - not previously mentioned 11. Biennial / Perennial - 1 Cut - not previously mentioned IRIS 12. Bearded Iris N.N.D. - 3 Florets 13. Tall Bearded Iris 1 Stalk - No height restriction GLADIOLI 14. Miniature – 1 Spike 15. Large –1 Spike Best Exhibit in Specimen Section Prize Donated by Bunnings Albany Best Australian Native Exhibit in Specimen Prize Donated by Bunnings Albany

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Section 8F – FLORAL ART 805

NO LATE ENTRIES BENCHING TO BE COMPLETED BY 4:00 pm THURSDAY 7th NOVEMBER 2019. ALL SPECIMENS ARE TO BE NAMED IF POSSIBLE. CARDS ARE AVAILABLE FROM SOCIETY OFFICE and STAGING AREA.

ABSOLUTELY NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED IN THIS SECTION MATERIAL USED IN THIS SECTION NEED NOT BE GROWN BY THE EXHIBITOR BUT MUST BE ARRANGED BY THEM AND BE THEIR OWN WORK ENTIRELY. Interpretive Classes - Expressing the thoughts and ideas the title suggests but still using design principles. Unless otherwise stated the emphasis must be on the use of Horticultural material and must be the predominant material – embellishments should be in keeping with the theme. Class: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

“From the Shed” - interpretive Symmetrical foliage triangle “A Rosie Affaire” - interpretive Fan shaped design Celebration Table design – add description card “Pretty in Pink” – interpretive Horizontal Italian design “It feels like Christmas” – interpretive Vertical design

Novice: First time entrant 10. Christmas tree – 50 cm or less 11. Christmas Pave – refers to the placing of materials close together with no spaces between to form a pattern or covering of the container. Looks like tapestry or jewellery. This design must be kept low.

Unless stated emphasis must be on use of Horticultural Material ALL CUT FLOWERS EXHIBITED AT THE SHOW BECOME THE PROPERTY OF THE ALBANY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY TO BE DISPOSED OF AS THEY WISH UNLESS PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS ARE MADE WITH THE CHIEF STEWARD Best Exhibit in Floral Art Section

THELMA SIMPSON PERPETUAL TROPHY Prize donated by: RUSTLERS RESTAURANT Best Exhibit in novice classes 10-11 Prizes Donated by Locksafe

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Section 9A - EXHIBITION ROSES 901

NO LATE ENTRIES BENCHING TO BE COMPLETED BY 9:00am FRIDAY 8th NOVEMBER 2019. Judging Friday 10:30am

NOTES ON PRESENTATION: Super Star and Aztec etc roses are classed as ‘vermilion’ or ‘coral shades’ and Peace as a ‘fancy shade’ ie not of a distinct colour. Bowls and vases of roses, mixed or single colour, are to be arranged lightly so that each bloom can be seen easily and will be judged 50% on arrangement and 50% on quality of the blooms.

In all cases the stems must touch water. See ' RULES FOR EXHIBITING’ at front of the Schedule for more information. EXHIBITION ROSES MUST BE NAMED IF POSSIBLE. Cards are available from the Society Secretary’s office and at Staging Area.

Class 00 GREAT SOUTHERN ROSE CHAMPIONSHIP 6 Blooms distinct and names if possible. Class: EXHIBITION/ DECORATIVE BLOOMS (MUST BE NAMED) 1. 1 Red Shade 7. 1 Vermilion / Coral Shade 2. 1 Pink Shade 8. 1 Yellow / Gold / Buff Shade 3. 1 Mauve Shade 9. 1 Bi - Colour (ie My Way) 4. 1 Fancy Shades Excluding Peace 10. 3 Blooms Distinct 5. 1 Peace Original only 11. 3 Blooms NND 6. 1 White / Cream Shade 12. 3 Cuts David Austin 2 Distinct

OTHER (TO BE NAMED IF POSSIBLE) 13. 1 Cut Floribunda 14. 1 Cut Heritage Rose 15. 1 Cut David Austin Rose Named 16. 1 Cut Miniature Rose 17. 3 Cuts Miniature Rose 2 Distinct 18. 3 Cuts Floribunda Roses 2 Distinct GREAT SOUTHERN ROSE CHAMPIONSHIP Sash and Certificate – WA Horticultural Council Prize Donated by Lush Garden Gallery

Best cut of David Austin Rose Prize Donated by TRAVOR COSH DOME CAFE Best Bowl Exhibition/Decorative Roses EILEEN CROXFORD PERPETUAL SHIELD Prize Donated by “Anima” C & R Swainston

Runner up Prize Donated by Oyster Harbour Nursery CHAMPION ROSE to be taken from whole section Prize Donated by ALBANY LANDSCAPE MOST POINTS IN SECTION A F MARSHALL PERPETUAL TROPHY Prize Donated by PETER WATSON MLA

19. 1 Bowl Exhibition and/or Decorative 20. 1 Bowl Floribunda / Multi Flowered 21. 1 Bowl Full Bloom (centre showing) 22. 1 Bowl David Austin Roses 23. 1 Vase of Roses Exhibition Decorative (9 Blooms at least)

Best Bowl of Floribunda/Multiflora roses Prize Donated by “Anima” C & R Swainston Best Bowl Full Bloom Roses Prize Donated by ALBANY LANDSCAPE Best Bowl David Austin Roses Prize Donated by JOHN DEKKER - BUILDER

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Section 9B - CHILDREN'S SECTION 902

BENCHING TO BE COMPLETED BY 8:30am FRIDAY 8th NOVEMBER 2019. NOTES ON PRESENTATION: CHILDREN ARE TO BE 4 -12. AGE MUST BE SHOWN ON ENTRY FORM All classes must be presented and arranged by the Children Only on site Classes 5 - 8 must be arranged at the Staging Area in the Society’s saucers or bowls

Class: 1. Container of Mixed Flowers - Judged for variety and effect 2. Miniature Garden of growing plants 4-7years - (Maximum size 450 x 450mm) Grown by exhibitor 3. Miniature Garden of growing plants 8-12years - (Maximum size 450 x 450mm) Grown by exhibitor 4. 200mm Bowl of Floating Flowers Mutilation allowed - MUST BE ARRANGED AT THE STAGING AREA IN BOWL PROVIDED 5. 150mm Saucer of Flowers in Sand for children 4 - 7 years old - MUST BE ARRANGED AT THE STAGING AREA IN SAUCER PROVIDED 6. 150mm Saucer of Flowers in Sand for children aged 8 to 12 years - MUST BE ARRANGED AT THE STAGING AREA IN SAUCER PROVIDED 7. Decorated Pot containing a growing plant 4 - 7 years - Pot can be painted, covered with papier maché or a handmade pot et cetera 8. Decorated Pot containing a growing plant 8 - 12 years - Pot can be painted, covered with papier maché or a handmade pot et cetera 9. Animal Magic! Created from any vegetable and or fruit

BEST EXHIBIT CLASS BEST EXHIBIT CLASS BEST EXHIBIT CLASS BEST EXHIBIT CLASS BEST EXHIBIT CLASS BEST EXHIBIT CLASS BEST EXHIBIT CLASS BEST EXHIBIT CLASS BEST EXHIBIT CLASS

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N & P Leamon N & P Leamon N & P Leamon Trevor Cosh Dome Cafe Trevor Cosh Dome Cafe Trevor Cosh Dome Cafe Bella Swainston Bella Swainston Trevor Cosh Dome Cafe

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Schedule Horticulture 2019  

Everything you need to know about entering the Competition at the Albany Show

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Everything you need to know about entering the Competition at the Albany Show

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