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					         SOUTHPORT                       MAY 21
                   from 12 noon to 4.00 pm

STANLEY HIGH SCHOOL, FLEETWOOD ROAD, SOUTHPORT, PR9 9TF
A565 from Preston, take coastal road, Marine Drive, left onto Marshside Road, right onto Fleetwood Road.
SHOW SECRETARY:           Roger Beecham, Heron Cottage, 24 Knobhall Lane, Southport PR9 9QS
                          Tel: 01704 211749. email: Roger.Beecham@agsgroups.org
ENTRIES TO:               Show Secretary by Tuesday, before the show.
                          (Novice Section Entries at any time - advance notice of large entry appreciated)
STAGING:                  8.30 am to 9.45 am on Saturday only.
JUDGING:                  begins at 10.00 am                                TROPHY PRESENTATION: 3.45 pm

 Trophies                                                                                   2010 Winners
 Redmayne-Jones Cup:                     most first prize points in Open Section            Cecilia Coller
 J B Rimmer Cup:                         most first prize points in Intermediate Section    Margaret Pickering
 Southport Junior Challenge Bowl:        most first prize points in Novice Section          Adam Baines
 Goffey Cup:                             best plant exhibited in Open2 B2 and C             Ivor Betteridge
 Southport Jubilee Goblet:               best pan of Ericaceae                              Ian Leslie
 Ron Moncur Trophy:                      best plant in Intermediate Section                 Margaret Pickering
 Connie Greenfield Trophy:               best plant in Novice Section                       Adam Baines


THE JOINT ROCK GARDEN PLANT COMMITTEE of the Royal Horticultural Society will meet at 12 noon.
Plants for consideration by this Committee must be registered by 11.00 am

     OPEN SECTION

(1) PAN SIZE NOT TO EXCEED 36 cm OUTSIDE DIAMETER
CLASS

 1   6   pans rock plants, distinct. AGS MEDAL             19    3 pans dwarf shrubs, distinct, excl. Ericaceae &
 2   3   pans rock plants, distinct genera                         conifers, two to be in flower
 3   1   pan rock plant in flower                          20    1 pan dwarf shrub, in flower, excl. Ericaceae
 4   3   pans Primulaceae, distinct                        21    3 pans Ericaceae, distinct
 5   1   pan Primulaceae, excl. Androsace                  22    1 pan Ericaceae, excl. Rhododendron
 6   1   pan Androsace                                     23    1 pan dwarf Rhododendron
 7   1   pan Gesneriaceae                                  24    1 pan dwarf conifer
 8   3   pans Lewisia, distinct                            25    3 pans rock plants for foliage and group effect.
 9   1   pan Lewisia                                               Not more than one to be silver or grey
10   1   pan Saxifragaceae                                 26    1 pan rock plant with silver or grey foliage
11   1   pan Orchidaceae                                   27    1 pan hardy fern
12   3   pans bulbous plants, distinct. Note 27            28    1 pan Sempervivum or Jovibarba
13   1   pan bulbous plant. Note 27                        29    1 pan cushion plant
14   3   pans rock plants, distinct, from any one          30      Arrangement of cut alpine flowers, incl. dwarf
         continent. Continent to be stated                         shrubs, grown by the exhibitor, judged for
15   1   pan rock plant native to the Americas                     quality, delicacy and artistic arrangement.
16   1   pan rock plant native to Asia                             No accessories or base. Varieties to be named
17   1   pan rock plant native to Australasia              31    1 pan planted as a miniature garden. Note 22
18   1   pan rock plant native to Europe




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(2) PAN SIZE NOT TO EXCEED 19 cm OUTSIDE DIAMETER
35 6 pans rock plant, distinct, not more than 57                3    pans Ericaceae, distinct
       two of any one genus. AGS MEDAL        58                1    pan Ericaceae
36 3 pans rock plants, distinct genera        59                1    pan Rhododendron
37 1 pan rock plant in flower                 60                1    pan Daphne
38 1 pan Primulaceae                          61                1    pan dwarf conifer
39 1 pan Androsace                            62                1    pan rock plant for foliage effect
40 1 pan Campanulaceae                        63                3    pans hardy ferns
41 1 pan Caryophyllaceae                      64                1    pan hardy Sedum
42 3 pans Lewisia, distinct                   65                1    pan cushion plant
43 1 pan Lewisia                              66                3    pans rock plants, new or rare in cultivation.
44 1 pan Gesneriaceae                                                Botanical notes to be supplied. Note 23(d)
45 1 pan Ranunculaceae                        67                1    pan rock plant, new in cultivation. Note 23(d)
46 1 pan Saxifragaceae                        68                1    pan rock plant, rare in cultivation. Note 23(d)
47 1 pan Orchidaceae, excl. Pleione           69                3    pans rock plants, raised from seed by the
48 1 pan Pleione                                                     exhibitor. Date of sowing to be stated.
49 3 pans bulbous plants, distinct. Note 27                          Botanical notes allowed
50 1 pan bulbous plant. Note 27               70                1    pan rock plant, raised from seed by the
51 1 pan rock plant native to Africa                                 exhibitor. Date of sowing to be stated.
52 1 pan rock plant native to the Americas                           Botanical notes allowed
53 1 pan rock plant native to Asia            71                3    pans rock plants, distinct, all requiring similar
54 1 pan rock plant native to Australasia                            cultural conditions. Educational information
55 1 pan rock plant native to Europe                                 about 'How and Where to Grow' to be
56 1 pan dwarf shrub, to be in flower,                               provided. Note 32
       excl. Ericaceae


                                 Open to Amateur AGS Members who have not qualified for the Gold Merit
 INTERMEDIATE (B)
                                 Medal and who have not won 5 Silver Bars
(1) PAN SIZE NOT TO EXCEED 26 cm OUTSIDE DIAMETER
 75   6   pans rock plants, distinct. AGS SPOON            84   1 pan Ericaceae
 76   3   pans rock plants, distinct                       85   1 pan dwarf conifer
 77   1   pan rock plant in flower                         86   3 pans rock plants for foliage and group effect
 78   1   pan Primulaceae                                  87   1 pan Sempervivum or Jovibarba
 79   1   pan Papaveraceae or Ranunculaceae                88   1 pan cushion plant
 80   1   pan Lewisia                                      89   1 pan rock plant, raised from seed by the
 81   1   pan Saxifraga                                           exhibitor. Date of sowing to be stated.
 82   1   pan bulbous plant. Note 27                              Botanical notes allowed
 83   1   pan dwarf shrub, excl. conifers &                90   1 pan planted as a miniature garden. Note 22.
          Ericaceae                                               Pan size not to exceed 36 cm

 (2) PAN SIZE NOT TO EXCEED 19 cm OUTSIDE DIAMETER
 95 3 pans rock plants, distinct                101              1 pan Orchidaceae
 96 1 pan rock plant in flower                  102              3 pans bulbous plants, distinct. Note 27
 97 1 pan Primula                               103              1 pan bulbous plant. Note 27
 98 1 pan Androsace                             104              3 pans rock plants native to any one continent.
 99 1 pan Lewisia excl. L. cotyledon and L.                        (Continent to be stated)
        cotyledon hybrids                       105              1 pan Ericaceae
100 1 pan Lewisia cotyledon or cotyledon hybrid 106              1 pan cushion plant

                                 Open to Amateur AGS Members who have not qualified for the Bronze Merit
      NOVICE (C)
                                 Medal prior to January 1, 2011.
PAN SIZE NOT TO EXCEED 19 cm OUTSIDE DIAMETER
110   3   pans rock plants, distinct                      116   1 pan Crassulaceae
111   1   pan rock plant in flower                        117   1 pan rock plant, raised from seed by the
112   1   pan Primulaceae                                         exhibitor. Date of sowing to be stated.
113   1   pan bulbous plant. Note 27                              Botanical notes allowed
114   1   pan dwarf shrub                                 118   1 pan rock plant. For exhibitors who have not
115   1   pan rock plant for foliage effect                       won a first prize at an AGS National Show



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