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June 28th, 2015 - Flower show entry list

 
CLASS 1 - IRISES SECTION
  1. Siberian – 1 spike
  2. Bearded – Standard – 1 spike
  3. Bearded – Dwarf – 1 spike
  4. Japanese – 1 spike
  5. Vase of 3 different colours, same species – 3 spikes
 
CLASS 2 – PEONIES SECTION
  1. Peony – Single – 1 bloom
  2. Peony – Japanese or Anemone – 1 bloom
  3. Peony – Semi-Double or Double – 1 bloom
  4. Tree or Itoh Hybrid Peony – 1 bloom
  5. Basket with handle, of peonies – not to exceed 10 blooms
 
CLASS 3A – PERENNIALS
  1.  Hosta – miniature – any cultivar  – 3 leaves (under 2” from tip of the leaf to leaf base)
  2.  Hosta – any cultivar – 3 leaves
  3.  Hosta Collection  – minimum 3 varieties with 2 leaves of each variety
  4.  Lilies (Bulb) – 1 stem – any variety
  5.  Hemerocallis (Daylily) – 1 stem
  6.  Flowering Shrub – 1 bloom or spray not to exceed 24”
  7.  Dianthus  – 3 stems – any colour
  8.  Any other perennial not listed with name included – 3 spikes or stems
Gisbert Rosenstein Trophy: For the best perennial – Judge's choice.
 
CLASS 3B – ANNUALS SECTION
  1. Geranium – 1 stem
  2. Cosmos – 3 stems – same colour
  3. Pansies – 5 blooms with foliage attached
  4. Snapdragons – 3 stems – mixed colours
  5. Any other annual – 3 stems of same size, same colour
 
CLASS 4 – ROSES SECTION
  1. Miniature – 3 stems – any colour
  2. Floribunda – 3 sprays – any colour
  3. Fragrant – 1 bloom floating
  4. Container of roses – more than 3 stems – mixed colours
  5. Rosa rugosa – 1 stem with leaves
Norma Rose Bowl Trophy: For the best Rosa rugosa in Section 5 only – Judge's choice.
Freda Armstrong Trophy: For the most points in Class 4.
 
CLASS 5 – HOUSEPLANTS – Shown in 1 container only, saucers allowed
  **Bernice Wilson Trophy – The 2014 winning plant is not eligible for this trophy**
  1. African Violet – any colour – one or more stems
  2. Orchid – double pot allowed
  3. Cactus (true) – less than 6" from top of soil up
  4. Cactus (true) – 6" or more from top of soil up
  5. Succulent  
  6. Salad in a Pot – minimum 3 varieties of lettuce
  7. Most unusual potted plant – name included
  8. Coleus  
  9. Begonia – fancy leaf
  10. Begonia – tuberous
  11. Collection of house plants – 3 varieties on a tray
  12. Fern  
  13. Foliage plant  
  14. Potted plant in bloom  
  16. Herb Garden / Herb Pot – with 3-5 specimens – names included
The Bernice Wilson Trophy: For the best houseplant – Judge's choice.
Margaret Zerter Trophy: For the most points in Class 5
 
CLASS 6 – DECORATIVE ARRANGEMENTS (No Soil)
  1. Fern Fantasy: a green arrangement, no higher than 14", in a brown paper lunch bag (to cover container)
  2. Daisy Daze: wild daisy path carpet design, no more than 15" in any direction
  3. Garden Flowers in a Garden Glove: use your imagination
  4. Welcome to the Hotel Hosta: big, inviting all round design incorporating hosta leaves: maximum height 24", maximum width 18"
  5. Stepping Out: a sophisticated design in a man's dress shoe or boot, not to exceed one "foot" in any direction, with accessories
  6. Fanciful Fan: a fan design of flowers, greenery allowed: maximum height 9"
  7. Sunset: a three sided design, maximum 15" in any direction
  8. Nymph Emerging: a line design in a low dish, no more than 13" in either direction
  9. Champion of the Cure: an all round pink based (breast cancer) or blue based (prostate cancer) design, not to exceed 11" in height in a jar
  10. A Day at the Beach: an arrangement of flowers & foliage with accessories, maximum 24" in any direction
Thelma Woosey Trophy: For the highest points in the Decorative Arrangement Section.
 
CLASS 7 – PHOTOGRAPHS
NOTE: PHOTOS 4"x6" or 5"x7" PLACED & GLUED TOWARDS THE UPPER LEFT CORNER ON A SHEET OF CONSTRUCTION PAPER NO LARGER THAN 6"x9"
  1. Birds on a Wire: two or more "characters", hanging on tightly
  2. Bees Being Bees: caught in the act of bee activities
  3. By the Dawn's Early Light: images captured at sunrise
  4. The Flower of June: roses, roses, roses
  5. Old Friends: senior animals that are loved and remembered
  6. Coming Out Party: a spring flower, shrub or tree in all its glory
  7. Children in the Garden: helpers in the dirt
  8. Bygone Era Structures: Mother Nature always wins
  9. Ponds: the ones we cherish and nurture in the backyard – how civilized
  10. Take Your Breath Away: spectacular garden colours
Silver Tray: For the highest points in the photography section.