- A: Wool
- B: Working Dogs
- C: Shearing and Wool Handling Competition
- D: Agricultural Produce
- E: Poultry
- F: Vintage Machinery and Vintage Cars
- G: Equestrian Events
- H: Vegetables, Fruit and Herbs
- I: Plants and Flowers
- J: Cookery
- K: Needlework
- L: Knitting and Crochet
- M: Creative Crafts
- N: Patchwork
- O: Art
- P: Photography
- Q: Junior Sections
- R: Dog Jumps
- S: Collectors
- Volunteers Needed!
Section I: Plants and Flowers
STEWARDS: Garden Club Members
Entries Close: Wednesday 24th October, 2012
Late entries received in Irises, Cuts and Specimens Only,
Until 1.00pm Friday 26th October, 2012.
Most Outstanding Exhibit, Classes 1-60, donated by Mrs Helen Bignell
Most Outstanding Exhibit, Classes 61-69, donated by Garden Club
Most Points Pot Plants, donated by KD's Garden Centre
Most Points Irises, donated by Mrs Gerry Watson
Most Points Cuts and Specimens, donated by Derek Stock
Most Points Decorative, donated by Derek Stock
Most Points Petite Decorative, donated by Garden Club
Most Points Floral Art, donated by Edwards Motors
Winner Class 70, donated by QFH MULTIPARTS
Runner up Class 70, donated by QFH MULTIPARTS
Most Points Overall, donated by Garden Club
Exhibits are to be staged by 9.00am Saturday 27th October, 2012, ready for judging.
All plants and flowers must be grown by the exhibitor on his or her own property, except in
Floral Art (Classes 65-69) and Special Feature (Class 70). Exhibitors to supply their own containers.
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.
Self watering pots allowed. A POT may be any container of terracotter, plastic, or ceramic that is neat and does not detract from the pot plant as a whole. NO LATE ENTRIES
1. Plant or Plants in Flower
2. Fern, any type
3. Foliage plant other than Fern
4. Cactus and/or Succulet, one or more in one pot
5. Any plant in an unusual container
6. Iris, Bearded, 1 stalk
7. Iris, Bearded, 3 stalks, 2 distinct (separate containers)
8. Iris, other than Bearded, 1 stalk
9. Iris, other than Bearded, 2 stalks distinct (separate containers)
10. Iris, 2 stalks different varieties (separate containers)
11. Iris, 3 florets (separate containers)
Cuts and Specimens
12. Rose, 1 Specimen. (single Stem)
13. Roses, 3 specimens distinct (separate containers)
14. Roses, 1 bud, 1 perfect, 1 full blown (separate containers)
15. Roses, Floribunda, 1 cut
16. Roses, Heritage or old fashioned type, 1 cut
17. Roses, Carpet or Miniature Bush, 1 cut
18. Roses, Climber, 1 cut
19. Orchid, 1 cut
20. Bulb, corm, Tuber or Rhizome, 1 specimen, cut or spike NPM
21. Geranium, 1 head with own leaf
22. Geraniums, 3 heads distinct, each with own leaf, (separate containers)
23. Geranium, 1 cut
24. Pelargonium, 1 head with own leaf
25. Pelargoniums, 3 heads distinct, each with own leaf, (separate containers)
26. Pelargonium, 1 cut
27. Ivy Geranium, 1 head with own leaf.
28. Carnation /and /or Dianthus, 1 cut or specimen
29. Iceland Poppies, 6 specimen NND, (one container)
30. Sweet Peas, 6 stems NND, (one container)
31. Calendulas, 3 cuts any variety (one container)
32. 3 Annuals or Perennials NPM (NND) in 1 container
33. Pansies, 3 specimens distinct, (with collars), (separate containers)
34. Stock, 1 cut
35. Petunias, 1cut
36. Schizanthus, 3 cuts NND (one container)
37. Daisies, 3 cuts NND (one container)
38. Fuchsia, 1 cut
39. Protea, Leucandendron or Leucospermum, 1 cut or specimen
40. Tree or Shrub, foliage only, 1 cut
41. Grevillia, 1 cut
42. Eucalyptus, 1 cut
43. Melaleuca, 1 cut
44. Callistemon (Bottle Brush) 1 cut
45. Geraldton Wax, 1 cut
46. Native Flora, 1 cut NPM
47. Tree Shrub or Climber in Flower 1 cut NPM
Exhibitors to supply own clear glass containers (Classes 6-47).
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)
(Arrangements to be viewed same all around. To be Judged 50% quality and 50% arrangement)
48. Container of Roses
49. Container of Sweet Peas
50. Container of Daisies
51. Container of Petunias
52. Container of Nasturtiums
53. Container of Marigolds or Calendulas
54. Container of Stocks
55. Container of Bulbs, Corms, Tubers and/or Rhizom (at least 3 varieties)
56. Container of Geraniums and/or Pelargoniums
57. Container of Mixed Flowers (at least 3 varieties)
58. Container of Flowers, one variety NPM
59. Container of Mixed Foliage
60. Container of Irises
(Must be over 10 cm, and less than 23cm in height, width and depth)
(To be grown by exhibitor)
NO LATE ENTRIES
61. Bowl of Mixed Flowers, (at least 3 varieties)
62. Bowl of Flowers of Shades of 1 Colour
63. Bowl of Mixed Foliage
64. Bowl of One Variety NPM.
Space allowed 60cm unless otherwise stated.
65. Fruit and Flowers
66. Inverted Crescent
67. Less is More
68. Lines and Leaves
69. Petite Arrangement (any line)
For the Special Feature section this year,
1st Prize will be awarded $50, 2nd prize $35, and 3rd prize $15.
Space allowed 75cm x 75cm.
70. It's A Farmers Life. An arrangement depicting life/or part of the life of a farmer.
(Plant material must predominate, arrangement to be viewed from all angles).
Entries Close on Wednesday 24th October, 2012.
Exhibits are to be staged by 9.00am Saturday 27th October, 2012.
Exhibits may be collected on Saturday 27th October from 6.00pm
Juniors See Section Q9