Horticulture – Class 31

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Horticulture – Class 312022-04-12T13:38:00+00:00

HORTICULTURE

CLASS 31: SECTION 1 – 55

of the chemical ‘Plant Shine’ is discouraged, and infested plants will be isolated in plastic bags & not be judged

  • The Exhibitor with HIGHEST POINTS will receive a special prize, to be determined before the Fair

SPECIMENS

PRIZES:

1st – $3.00, 2nd – $2.50, 3rd – $2.00

  1. Tulip, red
  2. Tulip, white or cream
  3. Tulip, yellow
  4. Tulip, variegated (blended colours)
  5. Tulip, purple or mauve
  6. Tulip, double
  7. Tulip, pink or rose
  8. Tulip, multi-floral (more than one flower per stem)
  9. Tulip, fringed
  10. Tulip, parrot
  11. Tulip, bicolour
  12. Tulip, apricot, or orange
  13. Tulip, lily type
  14. Narcissus or daffodil
  15. Lily of the Valley, 3 stems only leaves, if attached
  16. Lilac, common, 1 truss
  17. Lilac, double, 1 truss
  18. Bleeding heart – 1 stem
  19. Pansies, 3 stems with own foliage
  20. Violas, 3 stems with own foliage
  21. Crown imperial (skunk flower)
  22. Iris – white or cream, 1 stem
  23. Iris – pink, 1 stem
  24. Iris – yellow, 1 stem
  25. Iris – peach, 1 stem
  26. Iris – mauve, 1 stem
  27. Iris – blue, 1 stem
  28. Iris – bronze, 1 stem
  29. Iris – purple, 1 stem
  30. Iris – black, 1 stem
  31. Iris – plicata

Any colour with fancy markings on edge – 1 stem

  1. Iris – beige, 1 stem
  2. Iris- two tone, 1 stem
  3. Iris – 3 distinct colours, 1 stem
  4. Iris – Siberian, 1 stem
  5. Iris – any other colour not listed, 1 stem
  6. Oriental poppy, any colour, 1 bloom
  7. Solomon’s seal, 1 stem
  8. Columbine, 1 stem
  9. Flowering branch
  10. Lupin, 1 stem
  11. Peony, 1 stem, no buds
  12. Leopards Bane, 1 stem
  13. Allium, 1 stem
  14. Any other flower not listed

ARRANGEMENTS

PRIZES: 1st – $5.00, 2nd – $4.00: 3rd – $3.00

Commercial flowers may be used, but no artificial or dried flowers unless stated. Accessories only when listed.

CHIEF POINTS OF DESIGN:

Colour harmony, distinction and originality, suitability to occasion, texture harmony, and condition of blooms & relation to container

  1. “Good things come in small packages” A miniature design not to exceed 5 inches in any direction including the container
  2. “Variations” An arrangement in a vase featuring shades of any one colour
  3. “Babbling Brook” A water viewing design in a bowl, accessories allowed
  4. “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” A foliage design
  5. “Time Out” An arrangement in a tea pot
  6. “Family Tree” An arrangement using flowering branches
  7. “Bakers Delight” A design using a kitchen utensil or gadget. 1st Place only, Best design will win a gift certificate from Jaclyn Parsons at Season’s Floral Studio, Highway 27, Schomberg
  8. “Come On In” A decorative door swag ready to hang. Artificial flowers can be used
  9. “May Secret” A planting of flowering bulbs arranged in a basket
  10. SPECIAL PRIZE: – “Through the Garden Gate” A design using a picture frame. Accessories permitted

Winner will receive a special prize of $15.00 donated by Barb Niemeyer.

There will be one Best of Show Ribbon awarded to the best entry in The Specimen Section.

There will be one Best of Show Ribbon awarded to the best entry in The Arrangement Section.

SPECIAL PRIZE: A plaque in memory of Doris Hughes. One winner will be selected from the Arrangements Section and their name entered on the perpetual plaque donated by Linda Baker.