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Keeping Ontario Beautiful

Keeping Ontario Beautiful

June 2017 Flower Show

The June Flower Show takes place at our monthly meeting held on Tuesday, June 15. Entry time is 6:30 p.m. to 7:10 p.m. Judging begins at 7:15 p.m. sharp. Listed below are the categories for the show.

SECTION A – CUT SPECIMENS

  1. Allium, 1 stem
  2. Aquilegia (Columbine), 1 stem
  3. Clematis, with leaves, 1 stem
  4. Hosta, one cultivar, large, 3 leaves
  5. Hosta, one cultivar, medium, 3 leaves
  6. Hosta, 3 cultivars, large, 1 leaf each cultivar
  7. Hosta, 3 cultivars, medium, 1 leaf each cultivar
  8. Hosta, small or miniature, 1 leaf
  9. Dianthus (Pinks), 3 stems
  10. Hemerocallis (Daylily), 1 stalk
  11. Iris, bearded, 1 stalk
  12. Iris, Siberian, 1 stalk
  13. Iris, any other variety, 1 stalk
  14. Peony, single, 1 bloom
  15. Peony, double, 1 bloom
  16. Peony, semi-double, 1 bloom
  17. Peony, any other kind, 1 bloom
  18. Peony, collection, at least 3 varieties, 3-6 blooms
  19. Rose, hybrid tea, 1 bloom
  20. Rose, grown for fragrance, 1 bloom
  21. Rose, floribunda, 1 stem
  22. Rose, polyanthus, 1 spray
  23. Rose, climber or rambler, 1 stem
  24. Rose, shrub, 1 stem
  25. Rose, any kind not listed, 1 stem
  26. Rose, floating in bowl with foliage
  27. Rose, full blown, 1 bloom
  28. Rose, miniature, 1 stem
  29. Violas, (Pansies) 5 stems with leaves
  30. Any other perennial or biennial, 1 stem
  31. Any other perennial or biennial, 3 stems
  32. Any other flowering bulb, corm or tuber, 1 stem, spike or spray
  33. Container of flowers, 1 kind only
  34. Collection of flowers, 3 or more kinds
  35. Flowering tree/shrub/vine, 1 branch, not to exceed 1 metre

SECTION B – PLANTS

  1. African violet, 1 crown, 1 pot
  2. Cactus or succulent, 1 pot
  3. House plant, flowering, 1 pot
  4. House plant, foliage, 1 pot

SECTION C – FRUITS & VEGETABLES

  1. Rhubarb, 3 stalks, on a plate (trim stalks to a 2.5 cm fan)
  2. Herbs, 3 or more varieties, displayed in water, must be named
  3. Any other fruit or vegetable, 1 to 3

SECTION D – DESIGN CATEGORIES

Show Theme: "Canada 150 / Sesquicentennial"
  1. Maple Leaf Forever- design using red & white flowers
    a) Experienced exhibitors
    b) Novice exhibitors (A person who has not yet won a first-place ribbon in a design category at an EYGC flower show.)
  2. The Rocky Mountains - a parallel design
  3. The Maritimes - an underwater design
  4. O Canada - an interpretive design including a “Canadian” accessory or accessories
  5. Sable Island - a small design

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