Section I Plants Flowers

SECTION I
PLANTS FLOWERS

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STEWARD: Gerry Watson 98211648

Entries Close: Wednesday 25th October, 2017.

TROPHIES

  1. Most Outstanding Exhibit Classes 1- 62, donated by KD’s Garden Centre
  2. Most Outstanding Exhibit Classes 63- 67, donated by KD’s Garden Centre
  3. Most Points Pot Plants, donated by Mrs Helen Bignell
  4. Most Points Irises, donated by Mrs Gerry Watson
  5. Most Points Cuts and Specimens, donated by Derek Stock
  6. Most Points Decorative, donated by Derek Stock
  7. Most Points Floral Art Open, donated by Edwards Motors
  8. Most Points Floral Art (Novice), donated by Katanning Garden Club
  9. Most Points Overall, donated by Katanning Garden Club

CONDITIONS

Exhibits are to be staged by 1.00pm Friday 27th October, 2017, ready for judging.

All plants and flowers must be grown by the exhibitor on his or her own property, except in Floral Art (Classes 63-70). Exhibitors to supply their own containers. NO LATE ENTRIES! Exhibits may be collected on Saturday 28th October between 6.00 & 7.00pm.

DEFINITIONS:

  • Specimen: One bloom only on a bare or leafy stalk according to species.
  • NO Buds, NO laterals
  • Cut: More than one bloom or floret, buds, with leaves and laterals according to species.
  • NND: Not Necessarily Distinct
  • NPM: Not Previously Mentioned in sub-section
  • Vase: Must be greater in height than width.
  • Bowl: Must be equal or greater in width than in height.
  • Container: A receptacle of any shape or size in which plant material is exhibited.

 

POT PLANTS
NO LATE ENTRIES

Self watering pots allowed. A POT may be any container of terracotta, plastic, or ceramic that is neat and does not detract from the pot plant as a whole.

CLASS

  1. Plant or Plants in Flower
  2. Fern, any type
  3. Foliage plant other than Fern
  4. Cactus and/or Succulent, one or more in one pot
  5. Any plant in an unusual container

IRISES
NO LATE ENTRIES

CLASS

  1. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN HORTICULTURAL COUNCIL’S GREAT SOUTHERN DISTRICT IRIS CHAMPIONSHIP.

Irises, Tall Bearded and/or Louisiana, 6 stalks, 3 distinct, minimum height 70cm (separate containers)

  1. Iris, Bearded, 1 stalk
  2. Iris, Bearded, 3 stalks, 2 distinct (separate containers)
  3. Iris, other than Bearded, 1 stalk
  4. Iris, other than Bearded, 2 stalks distinct(separate containers)
  5. Iris, 2 stalks different varieties (separate containers)
  6. Iris, 3 florets (separate containers)

CUTS & SPECIMENS
NO LATE ENTRIES

CLASS

  1. Rose, 1 Specimen. (single Stem)
  2. Roses, 3 specimens distinct (separate containers)
  3. Roses, 1 bud, 1 perfect, 1 full blown (separate containers)
  4. Roses, Floribunda, 1 cut
  5. Roses, Heritage or old fashioned type, 1 cut
  6. Roses, Carpet or Miniature Bush, 1 cut
  7. Roses, Climber, 1 cut
  8. Orchid, 1 cut
  9. Bulb, corm, Tuber or Rhizome, 1 specimen, cut or spike NPM
  10. Geranium, 1 head with own leaf
  11. Geraniums, 3 heads distinct, each with own leaf, (separate containers)
  12. Geranium, 1 cut
  13. Pelargonium, 1 head with own leaf
  14. Pelargonium’s, 3 heads distinct, each with own leaf, (separate containers)
  15. Pelargonium, 1 cut
  16. Ivy Geranium, 1 head with own leaf.
  17. Carnation /and /or Dianthus, 1 cut or specimen
  18. Poppies, any variety, 6 specimen NND, (one container)
  19. Sweet Peas, 6 stems NND, (one container)
  20. Calendulas, 3 cuts any variety (one container)
  21. 3 Annuals or Perennials NPM (NND) in 1 container
  22. Pansies, 3 specimens distinct, (with collars), (separate containers)
  23. Stock, 1 cut
  24. Petunias, 1cut
  25. Snapdragon, 1 cut
  26. Daisies, 3 cuts NND (one container)
  27. Fuchsia, 1 cut
  28. Protea, Leucandendron or Leucospermum, 1 cut or specimen
  29. Tree or Shrub, foliage only, 1 cut
  30. Grevillia, 1 cut
  31. Eucalyptus, 1 cut
  32. Melaleuca, 1 cut
  33. Callistemon (Bottle Brush) 1 cut
  34. Geraldton Wax, 1 cut
  35. Native Flora, 1 cut NPM
  36. Tree Shrub or Climber in Flower 1 cut NPM
  • Exhibitors to supply own clear glass containers (Classes 6 – 48).
  • A specimen rose should be at the most perfect stage of its possible beauty.
  • It should be from one-quarter to half open with well formed closed centre.
  • PLEASE NAME YOUR ROSES IF POSSIBLE

 EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE:
There will be containers of water near the Plants and Flowers Section.
On Saturday when collecting your exhibits, please bring a bucket to empty your containers into.

DECORATIVE (Own Foliage Only)
NO LATE ENTRIES

  • Arrangements to be viewed same all around.
  • To be Judged 50% quality and 50% arrangement

CLASS

  1. Container of Roses
  2. Container of Sweet Peas
  3. Container of Daisies
  4. Container of Petunias
  5. Container of Nasturtiums
  6. Container of Marigolds or Calendulas
  7. Container of Stocks
  8. Container of Mixed Bulbs, Corms, Tubers and/or Rhizomes (at least 3 varieties)
  9. Container of Bulbs, Corms, Tubers or Rhizomes. 1 variety
  10. Container of Geraniums and/or Pelargonium’s
  11. Container of Mixed Flowers (at least 3 varieties)
  12. Container of Flowers, one variety NPM
  13. Container of Mixed Foliage
  14. Container of Irises

FLORAL ART – OPEN
NO LATE ENTRIES
Space allowed 60cm unless otherwise stated.

CLASS

  1. Natures Fury
  2. Tapestry Design
  3. Sharp & Spikey
  4. Horizontal Design
  5. Petite arrangement, Anything Goes (must be over 10cm & less than 23cm in height, width & depth)

FLORAL ART – NOVICE
NO LATE ENTRIES
Space allowed 60cm unless otherwise stated.

CLASS

  1. Foliage Arrangement
  2. Black & White
  3. Inverted Crescent Design

Juniors See Section Q9

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