Fair Book Classes & Competitions

Class 15 Floral Exhibits

COMMITTEE: Theresa Dawn (599-2642), Donna Dinsmore, Wenona Hammond

Plants dug out of the garden and silk or artificial flowers are ineligible. Accessories may be used where stated. Please make sure that entry tickets are securely attached to containers only.

Note: Not responsible for loss or damage

Definitions:

Bloom - an individual flower, one to a stem, do not leave buds showing.

Collection - minimum of three different varieties.

Display - may be one or more varieties.

Spike - a thick upright stem carrying several flowers.

Spray - a portion of the plant with a number of flowers on one stem.

Stem - may have one or more flowers and buds.

Prizes for Nos. 1 – 33 - 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3

Potted Plants

Pots may contain more than one plant per unless otherwise indicated

  1. Geranium in bloom
  2. Aloe Vera
  3. Coleus
  4. African Violet, any variety
  5. Begonia (fibrous) Busy Lizzie
  6. Collection of herbs in one container, at least 3 plants
  7. Ivy
  8. Houseplant, any variety not listed
  9. Impatiens, one colour
  10. Spider plant
  11. Houseplant grown for foliage

Cut Flowers

(Flowers are judged, not container, cut flowers must be grown by exhibitor)

  1. Marigold, French, 3 blooms, up to 2” across
  2. Marigold, African, 3 blooms, up to 5” across
  3. Snapdragons, 3 spikes
  4. Cosmos, 3 sprays
  5. Pansy, 4 stems
  6. Asters, 3 blooms, any variety
  7. Gladiola, best single spike
  8. Sweet Peas, 4 stems
  9. Black-eyed Susan, 4 stems
  10. Rose, hybrid tea, 1 bloom
  11. Rose, miniature, 1 spray
  12. Petunia, bowlful of single or double blooms
  13. Hydrangea, 3 stems
  14. Sedum, 3 stems
  15. Chrysanthemum, 3 stems
  16. Sunflower, 1 bloom

Design Division - Please attach tags to bottom of design

  1. "Just Kidding", arrangement made in a child’s toy
  2. “Just the three of us”, arrangement using 3 blooms plus greenery
  3. “Good morning” arrangement using tea cup as a container
  4. “Wicker Wonder”, arrangement in a small wicker basket
  5. “Tea Time”, Arrangement in a tea pot
  6. “Green Time”, arrangement using only foliage

High Points

  1. Highest Points                                                          PRIZE
  2. 2nd Highest Points                                                   PRIZE
  3. 3rd Highest Points                                                    PRIZE

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