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PLANTS & FLOWERS

CLASS 19

COMMITTEE: Ainsley Gillespie 705-426-9561

ENTRY FEE: $5.00 Exhibitor/Membership Fee

LOCATION: Curling Club

Only one entry per person per section. Exhibits MUST be in place before 8:00 PM Thursday and MUST be removed between 10:00 and 11:00 AM Sunday, Prizes awarded only to a creditable entry.

NOTE: Cut flowers should be shown with their own foliage.
Judging in accordance to the Ontario Judging and Exhibiting Standards Publication 2019. (Book will be available for review at the Beaverton Public Library or on Thursday at the Curling Club registration desk.)

All specimens must be grown by the exhibitor, arrangements excluded.

House plants must have been in the exhibitor's possession for at least 3 months.

All specimens must be in clear colourless glass containers. (exception design classes) For tall specimens, such as hydrangeas or gladioli, a wide-bottomed bottle such as a clear milk bottle or a clear wine bottle is recommended for stability of entry.

Flowers and plants should be free of disease and insects; remove spent blooms, ragged leaves, water stains, dust and other "foreign" and unsightly material

Beaverton Horticultural Society Best in Show,
Sections 7 to 36
Prize Money $10 plus Rosette

Beaverton Horticultural Society Best in Show, Arrangement Sections 37 to 40
Prize Money $10 plus Rosette

PRIZE MONEY: $5, $4, $3 Sections 1 to 36

SECTIONS:

LIVE FLOWERS

Container Grown Plants
 1. African Violet,any colour, max pot size 8”
 2. Cactus Garden, 3-5 cactus or succulents in
     pot, named if possible
 3. Potted Ivy
 4. Houseplant in bloom maximum
     pot size 8”
 5. Houseplant grown for foliage, maximum
     pot size 8”
 6. Fairy Garden - maximum size 12” x12” x 12”

ANNUALS
  7. 1 bloom floating in a bowl - begonia/clematis/or       other (not a rose)
  8. Coleus Leaves - 1 stem any variety
  9. Cosmos 3 stems single bloom type,same       variety
10. Cosmos 3 stems double bloom type, same       variety
11. Marigold under 7.5 cm - 5 blooms
12. Sunflower, any variety - 1 bloom
13. Sunflower - largest head
14. Sunflower - tallest - roots must be removed
15. Zinnia Pompom/ball under 2”, same cultivar and      colour - 3 stems
16. Zinnia any other/any variety - 3 stems
17. Nasturtium 5 blooms with own foliage
18. Lavatera - 3 stems any variety
19. Snapdraon, tall variety, 3 spikes same colour
20. Any other Annual not listed - 1 bloom, named if      possible

BULBS
21. Dahlia, 3 blooms,same colour, same cultivar
22. Dahlia, cactus/semi cactus - 1 bloom
23. Dahlia, any type, under 6" - 1 bloom
24. Dahlia, any type, over 6" - 1 bloom
25. Gladiolus - any colour 1 spike

PERENNIAL
26. Rudbeckia any type - 3 blooms any colour
27. Echinacea - cone flower 3 blooms any       type/varietynamed if possible
28. Any other perennial not listed above,
      1 stem, named if possible

COLLECTIONS
29. Grasses, annual/perennial - 6 stems
      min 3 varieties
30. Fall Flowers, min. 5 varieties, 7 stems
      (named if possible)
31. Hosta Leaves - 3 different specimens
32. Collection of Roses in 1 container of choice
33. Gladiolus arrangement 3 -5 spikes

ROSES and SHRUBS
34. Rose, shrub type, 1 spray, any variety
35. Rose, single bloom, 1 rose any variety, any
      colour
36. Hydrangea 1 stem, any type, 76cm
      (30”) or less

Beaverton Horticultural Society Special      Section 37-40 PRIZE MONEY 1st - $20 2nd - $9 3rd - $6

ARRANGEMENTS
37. From Pioneer Days to Modern Ways -       (interpretive design may use accessories)
38. Perfect for Fall - arrangement for a table
      center using garden material
39. Love is Everywhere - a small design
       (5 1/2”to 10”)in any direction
40. Simply Wonderful - a vertical linear design
     (refer to OJES,may use accessories, height
      must not exceeed 26”

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