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Spring Flower Show

Saturday, May 16, 2020
Venue —Birkdale Place, 611 Farmstead Dr, Milton (Farmstead and Derry)

Exhibits to be entered between 8:45 am and 10:30 am on the morning of the show. Exhibits to be picked up between 3 pm and 3:30 pm that afternoon. No responsibility will be taken for exhibits left after that time.

DIVISION 1 – DESIGN

Theme: Spring is Here

Class D1: Quilt – a pavé design
Class D2: Warm Breeze – a design showing motion. A prize of $5.00 in memory of John Roberts for Most Creative Design.
Class D3: Be Kind to the Planet – a design without using oasis (no bouquet). A prize of $5.00 in memory of A. Clement.
Class D4: Connecting – a satellite design OJES 2019 p150. A prize of $5.00 in memory of Anastatia Roberts.
Class D5: The Horizon – a horizontal design using fresh/dried material

Section 2 – Novice

Class D6: Glory of Spring – a design using only 3 flowers and foliage

Section 3 – Youth

Class D7: Spring is Here — 7 years and under
Class D8: Same as D7—8 to 12 years old

DIVISION 2 – HORTICULTURE

No limit to the number of exhibits in any Horticulture class provided the entries are different cultivars/varieties/species. When 3 blooms/stems are required they must be the same cultivar. Classes may be subdivided on the day of the show depending on the entries received.

Section A—Narcissi

Notes: Perianth are the petals; Corona is the cup or trumpet; Floriferous is more than one blossom per stem. No foliage required.

Class H1: Div 1 – Trumpets 3 blooms corona is larger or equal to the perianth
Class H2: Div 2 – Large cups 3 blooms corona is greater than 1/3 of the perianth
Class H3: Div 3 – Small cups 3 blooms corona is not more than 1/3 of the perianth
Class H4: Div 4 – Doubles 3 blooms doubles of the perianth or corona or both
Class H5: Div 5 – Triandus 3 stems usually floriferous
Class H6: Div 6 – Cyclamineus 3 blooms significantly reflexed (swept back) petals.
Class H7: Div 7 – Jonquilla and Apodanthus 3 stems fragrant, floriferous
Class H8: Div 8 – Tazetta 3 stems floriferous, rounded perianth, very short cup
Class H9: Div 9 – Poeticus 3 stems large white petals, small dainty cups
Class H10: Div 10 – Bulbocodium Hybrids 3 stems small perianth, with a very large Corona
Class H11: Div 11 – Split Corona 3 stems. the corona is split for at least one half of its length
Class H12: Other 1 stem any other not mentioned above
Class H13: Largest Narcissi any type 1 bloom

Section B—Tulips

Note: No more than two attached leaves per stem

Class H14: Single 3 blooms petals one colour
Class H15: Single 3 blooms bi-colour petals
Class H16: Double 3 blooms more than the normal 6 petals, petals one colour
Class H17: Double 3 blooms more than the normal 6 petals, bi-colour petals
Class H18: Lily-Flowered petals one colour 1 bloom six-petalled bloom with long, pointed petals that arch outward
Class H19: Lily-Flowered bi-colour petals 1 bloom six-petalled bloom with long, pointed petals that arch outward
Class H20: Fringed 1 bloom fringes on top of each petal
Class H21: Viridiflora 1 bloom a streak of green somewhere on each petal
Class H22: Rembrandt 1 bloom stripes or flames of one colour on a different colour background
Class H23: Parrot 1 bloom deeply feathered, curled, or twisted petals
Class H24: Kaufmanniana (species) 3 blooms single cup-shaped flower with six, pointed, slightly reflexed petals, on a short stem
Class H25: 150th Anniversary 3 blooms
Class H26: Largest Tulip any type 1 bloom

Section C – Perennials

Note: No Foliage required in this section unless otherwise stated

Class H27A: Dicentra spectabilis Red 1 stem (Bleeding Heart) foliage required
Class H27B: Dicentra spectabilis White 1 stem (Bleeding Heart) foliage required
Class H28: Fritillaria 1 stem
Class H29: Helleborus foliage required 1 stem
Class H30: Hyacinths 1 stem
Class H31: Lily of the Valley foliage required 3 stems
Class H32: Muscari (Grape Hyacinth) 3 stems
Class H33: Polygonatum (Solomon’s Seal) foliage required 1 stem Exhibit must not exceed 30”
Class H34: Primula single bloom per stem 3 stems
Class H35: Primula multiple blooms per stem 3 stems
Class H36: Puschkinia (striped squills) 3 stems
Class H37: Other Named 3 stems any flower not mentioned above. Foliage required if usually attached
Class H38: Other Named 1 stem any flower not mentioned above. Foliage required if usually attached

Section D – Flowering Shrubs

Note: Exhibit must not exceed 30”

Class H39: Lilac 1 branch
Class H40: Magnolia 1 branch
Class H41: Quince 1 branch
Class H42: Other Named 1 branch. E.E. Hollingworth: A five dollar prized donated in memory by R. & E.

Section E – Collections

Note: A minimum of 3 cultivars/variety/species each with 2 or more specimens

Class H43: Narcissi no foliage. The Freda Flook Award
Class H44: Tulips no foliage
Class H45: Lilacs
Class H46: Flowering branches Exhibit must not exceed 30”

Section F – Specials

Class H47: Succulent container not to exceed 15” x 15” (approx. 5.9cm x 5.9cm)