- Name 12 of each of the following, pointed out in a park or garden: trees, shrubs, herbaceous perennial, hardy or half hardy annuals; rock or alpine plants.
- Prepare and discuss with the Examiner, either a plan for the layout of an herbaceous border with particular reference to continuity of bloom, colour schemes and comparative height; OR a plan for an ornamental bed of trees, shrubs, bulbs and herbaceous perennials to give bloom all the year round.
- Give a plan for a 10-rod allotment for supplying vegetables for 1 year, listing the seeds necessary.
- Show shrub or fruit tree pruned by himself and discuss the principles and purpose of pruning.
- Discuss and show the Examiner how to propagate plants by seed, division, cuttings, layering, budding and grafting.
- Give the names of 3 varieties of the following fruits in his own district: apples, pears, plums, blackcurrants, raspberries, strawberries and gooseberries. In giving these selections the importance of pollinators, where necessary, should be considered.
and maintain the fertility of his own garden soil.
- Understand the importance of control of pests and diseases. Know how and when to use sprays, dusts, grease-bands.
- Know how to cultivate and maintain the fertility of his own garden soil.