Flowers

Item Entry, Thursday, August 19th, 8:00 am to 10:00 am

Organized by: Cara Nielson

Flower Rules

  • 2 entries per family in each class of same variety & color.
  • Exhibitors need to furnish their own containers.
  • In Cultural Div., exhibitors must grow all of the flowers that they exhibit.
  • Committee reserves the right to remove any wilted, broken or damaged flowers at any time. Exhibitors may replace  flowers in arrangement after the first day, if they desire.
  • Judged according to varieties, entered at judge’s discretion.
  • Petunias can be entered in only one class. (example Flowers from a purple giant ruffled petunia plant from same garden cannot be entered in both hybrid & giant ruffled classes.)

Junior Division Flower Age Groups
**4-8 years of age
**9-13 years of age
**14-18 years of age

Flower Awards

1st – $3.00

2nd – $2.00

3rd -$1.00

Flower Best of Show and Honorable Mention will be awarded.

Departments


Item Entry, Thursday, August 19th, 8:00 am to 10:00 am

Cultural Division
Asters – 3 stems of one variety
1. Princess, pom-pom & powder puff
2. American
3. Crego
4. Other

Bachelor Button – 10 stems
1. One color
2. Mixed
Black Eyed Susan – 3- 5 stems
1. Under 3”
2. Over 3”
Calendula – 5 stems, Any color
Carnations – 3 stems, Any color

Coneflower – 1 to 3 stems

1. Purple
2. Orange
3. Other
4. Double

Coreopsis – 3 to 5 stems
1. Solid color
2. Variegated
Cosmos – 5 stems Any color
Daisies – 3 stems
1. Same color
2. Gloriosa
3. African
4. Shasta
5. Other

Dahlia – 1 stem, w/foliage, 10 inches or larger, any color
1. Exhibitor (formal)
2. Exhibitor (informal)
3. Large Cactus
4. Large Semi Cactus
Dahlia – 3 stems w/foliage, 10 inches or larger, any color
1. Ball
2. Pom-Pom
3. Intermediate
4. Annual
Delphinium – 1 stem, any color
1. Double
2. Small
Dianthus – 3 stems Any color
Gaillardia – 5 stems Same color
Gladiola – 1 stem
1. White
1A. White w/blotch
2. Green
2A. Green w/blotch
3. Cream
3A. Cream w/blotch
4. Yellow
4A. Yellow w/blotch

5. Buff 11A. Lavender w/blotch

5A. Buff w/blotch

6. Orange
6A. Orange w/blotch
7. Pink
7A. Pink w/blotch
8. Salmon
8A. Salmon w/blotch
9. Red
9A. Red w/blotch
10. Rose
10A. Rose w/blotch
11. Lavender
12. Blue
12A. Blue w/blotch
13. Brown or Smokey
13A. Brown w/blotch
14. Peach
15. Maroon w/blotch
16. Other
Gladiola – 3 stem (Same colors as above)
Gladiola miniature
(Same colors as above)
Hollyhocks
1. White
2. Red
3. Pink
4. Mixed
5. Dwarf
Hydrangea – 1-3 stems
1. One Color
2. Multi – Color
Lilies – 1 stem include foliage
Daylilies
1. Yellow
2. Orange
3. Red
4. Variegated
5. Any other color
Tiger
1. Orange
2. Yellow
3. Any other color
Oriental
1. Yellow
2. Any other color

Regal
1. Any color
Marigolds
Lot 1: Small French – 5 stems
1. Yellow
2. Orange
3. Variegated
4. French – Crested Yellow
5. French – Crested Orange
Lot 2: Large – 3 stems
1. Yellow
2. Orange
3. Variegated
Petunias – 3 stems over 4 inches long

Lot 1: Double Ruffled
1. Blue
2. Maroon
3. Purple
4. Pink
5. Red
6. Striped
7. White
8. Variegated

Lot 2: Hybrid
9. Blue
10. Maroon
11. Purple
12. Pink
13. Red
14. Orchid
15. White
16. Yellow
17. Maroon/White
18. Pink/White
19. Purple/White
20. Salmon
21. Striped
22. Variegated

Lot 3: Plain
23. Blue
24. Maroon
25. Purple
26. Pink
27. Red
28. Striped
29. White
30. Variegated
Pansies – 10 stems
1. Blue
2. Purple
3. Red or Maroon
4. Yellow – Purple
5. Variegated
6. Yellow
7. White
8. White/Purple
9. Purple/Yellow
10. Yellow/Bronze
Phlox – 1 stem
1. One Color
2. Mixed colors
ROSE DIVISION
Roses – 1 stem
1. Pink
2. Yellow

3. Orange
4. White
5. Red
6. Other

Tea Roses – 1 stem (Do not remove foliage. It can begroomed. Whenever possible, give correct name of variety. Peace, Queen Elizabeth and Pin Peace roses to be  entered only in those classes.)

1. Bronze
2. Coral
3. Orange
4. Peace Rose
5. Light Pink
6. Dark Pink
7. Red
8. Variegated
9. White
10. Yellow
11. Any other color
12. Bouquet
13. Tropicana
14. Smokey Pink
15. Lt. Fuchsia

Grandfloria – 1 stem
1. Orange
2. Pink
3. Red
4. White
5. Fuchsia
6. Any other color

Floribunda Roses – 1 stem
1. Golden
2. Orange
3. Pink
4. Red
5. White
6. Any other color
Miniature Roses – 1 stem
1. Pink
2. Red
3. White
4. Yellow
5. Salmon
6. Any other color
Climbing Roses – 1 stem
1. Pink
2. Red
3. Any other color Bud Roses (Same colors as Tea Roses)
Salvia
1. Red
2. Blue
Snapdragons – 3 stems
Lot 1: Large
1. Bronze
2. Maroon
3. Pink
4. Rose
5. Yellow
6. Variegated
7. White
8. Mixed
Lot 2: Miniature
9. Bronze
10. Maroon
11. Pink
12. Rose
13. Yellow
14. Variegated
15. White
Sunflowers – 1 stem
1. 4” & under
2. Over 4”
Sweet Peas
Lot 1: Perennials – 5 stems
1. Dark
2. Light
Lot 2: Annual – 12 stems
3. Dark
4. Light
Sweet Williams – 3 stems
1. Same or assorted colors
Violas – 5 stems
1. Any color
Vinca
1. Red
2. Pink
3. White
Zinnias – 3 stems
1. Dwarf, same color
2. Hybrid, large, same color
3. Formal, large
4. Informal
5. Pom – pom
6. Liliput
7. Mixed
House Plants
1. African Violets, double (must be in bloom)

2. African Violets, single (must be in bloom)

3. Geranium, blooming

4. Decorative Fern
5. Fern
6. House Plant, blooming
7. Tuberous Begonia
8. Planter 15. Ivy
10. Bulb, blooming
11. Fibrous/Rhizone
12. Tree type
13. Cactus
14. Dish Garden

Decorative Arrangements

(Natural materials only in arrange ents, except for accessories)

1. Floor piece for living room

2. Table piece for living room

3. Arrangement for mantle

4. Artistically arranged bouquet

5. Small arrangement: not over 6 inches

6. Dry winter bouquet

7. Theme arrangement: (3×5 card naming theme)
8. Arrangement with accessories

9. Unusual arrangement

10. Arrangement for children under 11
11. Arrangement for one color

12. Novice arrangement (for those who haven’t received a blue ribbon)

13. Coffee table arrangement

14. Gladiola arrangement

15. Rose arrangement

16. Child’s room arrangement

Artificial
1. Table piece

2. Bouquet arrangement

3. Mantel arrangement

4. Floor pieces

Wild Flowers – 5 varieties

1. Variety Miscellaneous
1. Any outstanding cut flower, which does not classify in any of the above groups.

2. Any plant or arrangement, which does not classify in any of the above groups.

Junior Division (Classification same as Sr. Div.)

Class Jr. – Asters
Class Jr. – Bachelor
Buttons
Class Jr. – Calendula
Class Jr. – Carnations
Class Jr. – Coneflower
Class Jr. – Coreopsis
Class Jr. – Cosmos
Class Jr. – Daisies
Class Jr. – Dahlia – 1 stem
Class Jr. – Dahlia – 3 stems
Class Jr. – Delphinium
Class Jr. – Dianthus
Class Jr. – Gaillardia
Class Jr. – Gladiola – 1 stem
Class Jr. – Gladiola – 3 stems
Class Jr. – Gladiola miniature
Class Jr. – Hollyhocks
Class Jr. – Hydrangea
Class Jr. – Lillies
Class Jr. – Marigolds
Class Jr. – Petunias
Class Jr. – Pansies
Class Jr. – Phlox 1 stem
Class Jr. – Phlox 3 stem
Class Jr. – Roses
Class Jr. – Tea Roses
Class Jr. – Grandfloria
Class Jr. – Floribunda Roses
Class Jr. – Mini. Roses
Class Jr. – Climbing Roses
Class Jr. – Bud Roses

Class Jr. – Snapdragons

Class Jr. – Sunflowers
Class Jr. – Sweet Peas

Class Jr. – Sweet Williams

Class Jr. – Zinnias
Class Jr. – House Plants
Class Jr. – Decorative Arrangements
Class Jr. – Artificial

Class Jr. – Wild Flowers

Class Jr. – Salvia
Class Jr. – Vinca
Class Jr. – Black Eyed Susan