Class 24 Flowers

Class 24
Flowers  Download & Print 2014 Class 24 Flowers Sections & Specials
Arrangement Section:

1.       “Saddle Up” – a miniature design in dry material not to exceed 12.7cm (5”) all ways.

2.       “Giddy up” – a miniature design in fresh material not to exceed 12.7cm (5”) in all ways.

3.       “Saddled with Flowers” – a small design not to exceed a maximum of 25cm (10”) all ways.

4.       “On the Road Again” – a wayside design, made of common flowers found in ditches and fields, not to exceed a maximum of 60cm (24”) all ways.

5.       “These Boots were Made for Walkin’” – a design incorporating a boot, not to exceed 60cm (24”) all ways.

6.       “Whose bed have your boots been under?” – an all-round floral design, with candle, suitable as a table centre-piece.

7.       “Lasso My Heart” – a vase of mixed annuals – minimum of 6 varieties.

8.       “Green Oasis” – an all-foliage design. Foliage is to predominate; flowers may be present, but should be inconspicuous. Maximum 60cm (24”) all ways.

9.       “Home on the Range” – a parallel design in which three or more groupings are placed in a parallel manner with open spaces between the groupings. Parallel direction may be vertical, horizontal, or diagonal. Use one container or containers deigned to look like one. Maximum 60cm (24”) all ways.

10.   “Boot Scoot ‘n Boogie” – a design of your imagination. Maximum 60cm (24”) all ways.

Cut Flowers Section:

11.   Amaranthus (e.g. Love-Lies-Bleeding) – 1 stem

12.   Anemone (e.g. Japanese, Woodland) – 3 stems

13.   Aster, perennial – 1 stem

14.   Canna Lily – 1 stem

15.   Chrysanthemum – 3 stems

16.   Coleus, any variety – 3 stems

17.   Cosmos, same colour, not more than 46cm (18”) in height  – 3 stems

18.   Dahlia, any variety – 1 bloom

19.   Echinacea (Cone flower), pink/purple tones – 3 blooms

20.   Echinacea, other colours – 1 bloom

21.   Gladiolus, any colour – 1 stem

22.   Grasses, ornamental, with leaf blades intact, same cultivar – 3 stems

23.   Helianthus (Sunflowers), any colour, up to 15.2cm (6”) – 1 bloom

24.   Helianthus (Sunflowers), any colour, over 15.2cm (6”) – 1 bloom

25.   Hosta, same cultivar, in a vase – 3 leaves

26.   Hydrangea, variety names – 1 stem in bloom

27.   Lavendula (Lavendar), variety named – 3 spikes

28.   Marigolds, solid colour, up to 6.4cm (2 ½”) – 5 blooms

29.   Marigolds, bicolour, up to 6.4cm (2 ½”) – 5 blooms

30.   Marigolds, same colour, over 6.4cm (2 ½”) – 3 blooms

31.   Morning Glory, variety named – 1 stem in bloom

32.   Perovskia (Russian Sage) – 1 stem

33.   Rose, named, floating – single bloom

34.   Rose, named – 1 spray

35.   Rose, grown for scent, named – 1 spray

36.   Rudbeckia triloba, under 5cm (2”) – 1 stem

37.   Rudbeckia hirta, 5cm (2”) and over – 3 blooms

38.   Sedum, green leaves – 1 stem in flower

39.   Sedum, other colour leaves – 1 stem

40.   Zinnia, same variety – 3 blooms

41.   **Any climbing vine not listed, in bloom (i.e. sweet pea, honeysuckle, clematis) – 1 stem

42.   **Any flowering branch not listed – one branch not to exceed 60cm (24”) in length

43.   **Any other annual not listed – 3 blooms, stems, or spikes

44.   **Any other perennial not listed – 3 blooms, stems, or spikes

45.   **Any other flower not listed, grown from a bulb, corm, tuber, or rhizome (e.g. call, canna, toad lily, autumn crocus) –1 stem

46.   A collection of garden flowers you have grown yourself displayed in a vase

Potted Plants Section:

47.   African Violet, single crown, in bloom – 1 pot

48.   A cactus or succulent plant

49.   Pelargonium (annual geranium), grown for bloom – 1 pot

50.   Pelargonium (annual geranium), grown for foliage – 1 pot

51.   Pelargonium (annual geranium), any other variety – 1 pot

52.   **Any trailing house plant grown for flowers or foliage, ready to hang or in a plant stand – 1 pot

53.   **Any other house plant, grown for flowers, in bloom, named – 1 pot

54.   **Any other house plant, grown for foliage, named – 1 pot

**In the ANY OTHER VARIETY categories of Cut Flowers or Popped Plants, one Exhibitor may show two specimens in the category, provided the specimens are different species.

Specials:

A.      The Flower Workshop “Ponderosa” – a floral arrangement sing purchased or garden flowers, accessories allowed. Prize: $30 Gift Certificate

B.      Bolton Florist Design Special “Happy Trails” – A design of your imagination, depicting fair theme. Prizes: Gift Certificates 1st $25, 2nd $15

C.      Bolton Florist Special Best in Show for Arrangements – for Sections 1 – 10. Prizes: Gift Certificates 1st $25 2nd $15

D.      Greenside Gardens Best in Show Cut Flowers – for Sections 11 – 46. Prizes: Gift Certificates 1st $25, 2nd $15

E.       Elsie St. Jacques Award – for most points in Sections 1 – 10 by a first time exhibitor in Class 24. Mark on your entry tag “First Time Exhibitor”. Prize: $10

F.       Bolton and District Horticultural Society Special – for most points in Arrangements, Sections 1 – 10. Prize: BDHS Family membership for 2015, valued at $30

G.     Humber Nursery Special – most points in cut flowers, Sections 11 – 46. Prize $20 gift certificate

H.      Humber Nursery Special – most points in potted plants, Sections 47 – 54. Prizes: Gift certificates 1st $30, 2nd $10

I.        Ken and Carol Price Trophy—for the highest points won in all of Class 24, Sections 1 – 54. Winners in 2012 & 2013 are ineligible.