Cut Flowers
Class 82 to 86

Coordinator: Margit Clarke 613-269-2867
Committee: Sharon Baker, Marie-Anne Prefontaine

Information for Exhibitors:

  • Please see General Rules and Regulations
  • All Exhibitors are required to register under their own name not the name of their business or farm.  Such entries will be disqualified for judging.
  • Items to exhibit must be brought in between 6pm & 9pm Wednesday night September 6th or Thursday morning September 7th between 8am and 10am
  • No exhibits to be removed from exhibit building before 4:30 pm Sunday
  • Entry fee 20% off prize money
  • All entries to be grown by exhibitor
  • No purple loosestrife will be accepted in arrangements
  • One entry per person per section
  • All entries to be considered fresh flowers unless specified otherwise.
  • Arrangements should be table top size

All prize money in EACH SECTION of this CLASS will be DOUBLED for the years 2015, 2016 and 2017 due to the generosity of an Anonymous Donor.  Prize money may or may not decrease in 2018.

Prizes: Classes 82 and 83: 1st: $4; 2nd: $3; 3rd: $2
Prizes: Classes 84 to 86: 1st: $8; 2nd: $6; 3rd: $5
Prizes: Classes 86 section 1,8,9: 1st: $6; 2nd: $4; 3rd: $3

Additional Prizes:
Best Cut Flower: Rosette
Best Houseplant: Rosette
Best Arrangement: Rosette
Highest Points: Rosette

Class 82 Sections:

To be judged on quality of bloom, stem and limited amount of OWN foliage (no buds)

  • 1. Asters: four blooms, any variety, mixed colours
  • 2. Calendula: five blooms
  • 3. Cleome: one head
  • 4. Coleus Foliage: one stem
  • 5. Cosmos Double: five blooms, buds permitted
  • 6. Cosmos Standard: five blooms, any colour, buds permitted
  • 7. Dahlia under 5”: three blooms, any colour
  • 8. Dahlia Cactus Type: three blooms, any colour
  • 9. Dahlia Large: one bloom over 5”
  • 10. Flowering Cabbage or Kale in suitable container
  • 11. Gladioli: one spike, any colour, can use floral foam and own container
  • 12. Gladioli: three spikes, three different colours, can use floral foam and own container
  • 13. Hosta Leaf, under 8” in width; all the same variety, three Stems (no flowers)
  • 14. Hosta Leaf, over 8” in width; all the same variety, three stems (no flowers)
  • 15. Hydrangea: one head any colour
  • 16. Lavatera: three sprays, any colour, buds permitted
  • 17. Marigold under 2”, five blooms
  • 18. Marigold over 2”, three blooms
  • 19. Nasturtium: five blooms
  • 20. Pansy Mini: five bloom
  • 21. Perennial Aster: three sprays
  • 22. Petunia Double: five blooms any colour
  • 23. Petunia Single: five blooms, any colour
  • 24. Phlox Perennial: three stems, any colour
  • 25. Rudbeckia (Daisy): three stems, any colour
  • 26. Sedum: one head any colour
  • 27. Sunflower: one stem, one flower under 8” in diameter
  • 28. Zinnias: three blooms
  • 29. Zinnias Pom-Pom: five blooms

Class 83 Sections:

Potted plants must be free of debris, disease and pests and be suitable for table display. Rim of pot/container not more that 10 inches in diameter

  • 1. African Violet: single flower
  • 2. African Violet: semi - double flower, any color
  • 3. Begonia Tuberous: one plant rooted, in bloom
  • 4. Cactus: single, rooted
  • 5. Coleus established in pot
  • 6. Geranium: any colour, in bloom
  • 7. Houseplant noted for foliage (not flower, not ivy, named). Please supply name of plant.
  • 8. Ivy: established in pot
  • 9. Orchid
  • 10. Succulent (has leaves, no spines)
  • 11. Any Flowering Houseplant in bloom not mentioned above (please provide plant name
  • 12. " Fairy Garden" - 20 inches maximum. All live plants, accessories acceptable.

Class 84 Sections:

Make an arrangement using only the following flowers: twelve blooms maximum, any colour and foliage

  • 1. Collection of Herbs in water: five to seven plants, named.
  • 2. Marigolds: in unusual container
  • 3. Pansies: displayed in tea cup - 360 degrees view
  • 4. Petunias
  • 5. Zinnias: in child's toy

Class 85 Sections:

Make an arrangement using any flower and any foliage. Accessories acceptable. Please note any exception below.

  • 1. " Happy Easter"
  • 2. " Fall is Here": using autumn tones only
  • 3. " Teeny Weeney" : in unusual container not to exceed 3 inches including container
  • 4. " Coffee Break": displayed in a mug
  • 5. " Christmas is Coming" use fresh evergreen fillers
  • 6. " Happy Halloween": displayed in any container
  • 7. " Arrangement with Water" as the main feature, (Ikebanna Style) shallow container, maximum three flowers of varying heights plus suitable accent material
  • 8.. “Celebrate Canada’s 150th using reds and whites”

Class 86 Sections:

  • 1. A Rose is a Rose: single rose in a suitable container
  • 2. Arrangement for a Man: - any flower or weed - accessories acceptable
  • 3. Dried arrangement: grasses, weeds, flowers, seeds, foliage etc.
  • 4. Mini Complete: a miniature arrangement of tiny flowers - not over 4" in any direction
  • 5. " In a Hurry": - No Time To Fuss - Put it Together Fast - Anything Goes
  • 6. Arrangement in any one color, all shades. Any flower or combination of flowers
  • 7. Simplicity: one fresh flower (other than a rose)
  • 8. Beauty on a Budget: one begonia flower floating on water
  • 9. Wine and Roses: a single rose floating in a wine glass.

 

 

Attention All Exhibitors!

Deadline for Entries September 2nd, 2017

$1.00 late entry fee per item applicable after deadline | Late entry fees for livestock noted in the livestock section

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All prize money doubled for 2015, 2016 & 2017

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2017 Home Craft Entry Form
2017 Poultry & Small Animal Entry Form
2017 Horse Entry Form

MANDATORY PROOF OF 2017 NEGATIVE COGGINS TEST IS REQUIRED WITH EACH AND EVERY HORSE ENTRY

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