DEPARTMENT L: FLORICULTURE- HORTICULTURE
Superintendent- Susan Askew
Amount offered this class, $1,470
New day to enter! You may now enter and bring items on Sunday, August 20th from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.!
The following classes will have open registration three different days:
Friday, August 18th from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., tags issued, do not bring item.
Saturday, August 19th from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Sunday, August 20th from 1:00 pm until 4:00 p.m.
Monday, August 21st from 9:00 a.m. until noon, and all items in place when building closes for judging.
Entry fee $3.00; to be paid at time of entry.
Entry tags must be secured by Monday, and entries have to be in place by noon on Monday, August 21, 2017.
Fresh cut plant material to be used in arrangement classes unless otherwise stated.
Foliage will be allowed for filler in arrangement classes.
No artificial flowers or foliage allowed in any class.
Flowers in horticultural classes must be grown by exhibitor.
Please be sure all flowers are accurately weighted for display.
Exhibits may be removed between
Accessories may be used in all arrangement classes
Premiums for Department K: 1st $12; 2nd $10; 3rd $8
Arrangements to be judged by the following scale of points:
Distinction and Originality 20
Color Combination 20
Suitability of Materials 10
Condition of Materials 20
Anna-Jo Garden Club will award $50 cash to the floral entry selected as the Best of Show.
Section 1. ARRANGEMENT CLASSES
1200-Dried flowers arrangement
1201-Arrangement suitable for a patio.
1202-A holiday arrangement
1203-A composition of any material, figurines, rocks, flowers and etc.
1204-A center piece arrangement with accessories
1205-Arrangement suitable for a child's room.
1206-Arrangement, mini, to be used for individual place settings at a dinner table
1207-Arrangement of different shades of green
1208-Arrangement of suitable for a classroom
1209-Arrangement of red, white and blue
1210-Arrangement (any kind of flowers) in a basket
1211-Arrangement suitable for a kitchen
1212-Arrangement appropriate for a shower, bridal, baby, new home, etc.
Section 2.HORTICULTURE CLASSES
Specimen to be displayed in fruit jars or bottles.
All specimen must have foliage on.
1213-Rose, red, 1
1214-Coneflower, 3 blooms
1215-Rose, color not listed above, 1
1216-Coleus, 2 stems
1217-Sunflower, fresh, 1, any bloom
1218-Celosia (cox comb) crested, 1 stalk
1219-Celosia (cox comb) plumed, 1 stalk
1220-Zinnia, giant, 1 color, 3 blooms
1221-Zinnia, giant, mixed color, 4 blooms
1222-Zinnia, cactus, 1 color, 1 bloom
1223-Zinnia Dwarf, 1 color, 3 blooms
1224-Zinnia Dwarf, mixed colors, 3 blooms
1225-Dahlia, large, 1 bloom
1226-Hydrangea, 1 bloom
1227-Knockout Rose, 1 spray, any color
1228-Gladiola, any color, 1 stem
1229-Cosmos, any color(s), 3 blooms
1230-Marigold, large, 4 blooms
1231-Marigold, small, 4 blooms
1232-Petunias, 1 color, 4 stems
1233-Vinca (Periwinkle), 4 stems
1234-Crepe Myrtle, 2 stems
1235-Impatiens, any color, 4 stems
1236-Salvia, any color, 3 blooms
1237-Wildflower collection, 5 blooms
1238-A collection of cut flowers, 6 blooms
1239-Any bloom not listed in other classes
1240-Holly, 1 branch, not to exceed 25 inches, minimum 15 inches
1241-Daisy, 3, any color
Section 3. POTTED PLANTS
1244-Fern (container no more than 10-12 inches)
1245-Foliage plant (container no more than 10-12 inches)
1246-Any blooming plant
1247-Blooming hanging plant
1248-Foliage hanging basket