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P.O. Box 707, 601 Fairgrounds Road
Mt. Vernon, Ohio 43050
740-397-0484
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CHAIRMAN: Mike Schirtzinger

Garden Club Committee Chairman: Audrey Spearman

 

Co-sponsored by Knox County Fair Board and Knox County Association of Garden Clubs. Competition is open to the world. Entry fee is the purchase of an Exhibitor's Ticket or the payment of fifty cents per entry.

Show Committee Chairman: Audrey Spearman (740) 397-1962. Schedule Committee: Jo Ann Graham, Debbie Hurlbert Minard,

Mary Scott.

 

DIVISION I - ADULT HORTICULTURE CULTIVARS

 

RULES:

Open to any adult amateur grower. Competition is open to the world. Entry fee is the purchase of a Season Pass of $25 or the payment of fifty cents per entry at the Secretary's Office. Entries will be accepted from 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M., Monday, July 25, 2016. The Knox County Fair Board asks that all vehicles be removed from the midway by 11:00 A.M. Open Judging by the OAGC Standard System will be 1:00 P.M. Monday, July 25, 2016. Entries MUST BE REMOVED Wednesday evening, July 27, or before 8 A.M. Thursday morning.

Exhibitor's name, address and exhibitor number must appear on entry tag. No reservations are necessary. Entry tags should be picked up at the Fair Board Office. Tags must be made out in advance.

All cultivars are to be grown by exhibitor and correctly labeled on entry tags as to variety to be eligible for competition. More than one entry per class is allowed, provided each entry is a different variety. Cultivars should be well groomed and should be disbudded unless being shown as a stem, spray or scape. Foliage should not be removed.

Exhibitor is to furnish clear glass containers that are heavy enough to support plant material for all cultivars. Small water tubes will be provided for miniature roses. Paper plates will be provided for vegetables. Green styrofoam will be available for use as blocks for large heavy cultivars.

Container grown plants, except for Classes 79, 83, 84, 115, 116 and 117, should be in the possession of exhibitor for at least ninety days before the Fair to be eligible for competition. Section K (container grown plants) will remain for the duration of the Fair.

The Flower Show Committee shall not be responsible for breakage, theft or loss of property. The Committee reserves the right to combine, divide or eliminate classes to insure a uniform show. Classes may or may not be sub-divided. Judge’s decisions are final and no decisions are to be changed after the close of judging.

 

PREMIUMS:

Classes 1 — 106: 1st - $2.00, 2nd - $1.75, 3rd - $1.50

Class 107-- 1st - $7.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $2.00

Class 108 — 117: (Container Grown Plants) 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.50, 3rd - $2.00

Best of Show: Recognition and $5.00 for each Section (A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K). Class 107 (Vegetable Basket) not eligible for Best of Show. Premiums will be paid in class subdivisions. Premiums will be awarded as deemed worthy by the judge.

 

 

SECTION A - ROSES

Class 1-Hybrid Tea, White or Near White, Yellow or Yellow Blend—one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 2-Hybrid Tea, Pink or Pink Blend, Red or Red Blend, Orange or Orange Blend—one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached,

any variety, named.

Class 3-Hybrid Tea, Any other color not listed above —one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 4-Miniature Rose, White or Near White, Yellow or Yellow Blend—one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety,

named.

Class 5-Miniature Rose, Pink or Pink Blend, Red or Red Blend, Orange or Orange Blend—one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached,

any variety, named.

Class 6-Miniature Rose, Any other color not listed above—one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 7-Miniature Rose, one spray, not disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 8-Grandiflora, one stem with one bloom or one stem with multiple blooms and buds, foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 9-Floribunda, one stem, not disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 10-Knock Out Rose, one stem with one bloom or one stem with multiple blooms and buds, foliage attached, any variety, named.

 

SECTION B - DAHLIAS

Every entry must include sufficient foliage to permit its proper evaluation; usually at least one full set of leaves

Class 11-Decorative Type (6” or over)—one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 12-Cactus Type (6” or over)—one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 13-Medium Flowered (4” to 6”)—one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any type, any variety, named.

Class 14-Miniature (2” to 4”)—one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any type, any variety, named.

Class 15-Pompom (2” or under)—three blooms of same variety and color, disbudded with foliage attached, named.

 

SECTION C - GLADIOLUS

 

Class 16-Miniature (100-200 size)—White (00-01)—Green (02-09); Yellow (10-19); Orange (20-29); Salmon (30-39);one spike, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 17-Miniature (100-200 size)—Pink (40-49); Red (50-59); Rose (60-69); Lavender (70-79); Violet (80-89); Smokies, Tan,

Brown (90-99)—one spike, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 18-White (00-01); (300-500 size)—one spike, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 19-Green (02-09); Yellow (10-19); (300-500 size)—one spike, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 20-Orange (20-29); Salmon (30-39); (300-500 size)—one spike, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 21-Pink (40-49); (300-500 size)—one spike, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 22-Red (50-59); Rose (60-69); (300-500 size)—one spike, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 23-Lavender (70-79); Violet (80-89); (300-500 size)—one spike, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 24-Smokies, Tan, Brown (90-99); (300-500 size)—one spike, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

 

SECTION D - HEMEROCALLIS (DAYLILY)

 

Bi-colors are flowers in which the petals and the sepals are two entirely different colors, with the petals being the darker shade or

intensity.

Bi-tones are flowers of one color with petals a darker shade or intensity while the sepals are lighter.

Blends are flowers in which two or more colors are intermingled on the flower segments. The petals and sepals are the same blend

of colors. Stamens and throats may be different.

Class 25-Small Flowering—(3” or more to under 4.5” in diameter) one scape, any variety, named.

Class 26-White, Near White, Cream Solid, Cream Blend, Green Solid or Green Blend—one scape, any variety, named.

Class 27-Yellow Solid or Yellow Blend—one scape, any variety, named.

Class 28-Orange Solid or Orange Blend—one scape, any variety, named.

Class 29-Pink Solid or Pink Blend—one scape, any variety, named.

Class 30 Lavender Solid or Lavender Blend—one scape, any variety, named.

Class 31-Red Solid or Red Blend, Wine Solid or Wine Blend, Brown Solid or Brown Blend—one scape, any variety, named.

Class 32-Purple Solid or Purple Blend—one scape, any variety, named.

Class 33-Bi-Color (two distinct colors on one flower)—one scape, any variety, named.

Class 34-Double (consistently more than six segments)—one scape, any variety, named.

Class 35-Spider—(petal length to width ratio of at least 5 to 1) one scape, any variety, named.

Class 36-Unusual Forms--one scape, any variety, named. See OAGC Handbook.

 

SECTION E - MARIGOLDS

 

Class 37-Large Carnation or Chrysanthemum Flowered-one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named. (Example:

Climax Series, Odorless, Jubliee, Gold Coin, Lemon Mum, Simba, etc.)

Class 38-Medium Flowered-compact, medium to tall plants, medium length stems with medium to large blooms; one bloom, disbudded,

with foliage attached, any variety, named. (Example: Happy Face, Ladies series, Inca II, Perfection, Antigua, Discover, Galore, etc.).

Class 39-Small Flowered-short plants with semi to full doubles, crested doubles, one spray*, not disbudded with foliage attached, any

variety, named, of solid color. (Example: Petite series, Sophia series, Janie, Boy-O-Boy series, Gypsy, etc.).

Class 40-Small Flowered-short plants with semi to full doubles, crested doubles, one spray*, not disbudded with foliage attached, any

bi-colored variety, named. (Example: Petite series, Honeycomb, Queen Sophia, Aurora, Boy-O-Boy, Red Pygmy, etc.).

Class 41-Single Marigolds-one row of petals and a crested or raised center, one spray*, not disbudded with foliage attached, any

variety, named. (Example: Red Wheels, Marietta series, Golden Gem, Lulu, Paprika, Disco, etc.).

*Definition of a spray—a single main stem with blooms or florets borne on pedicals or lateral branches, led by a terminal

bloom which blooms first.

 

SECTION F - ZINNIAS

 

Class 42-Large Cactus Type (4” or over)-one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 43-Large Dahlia Type (4” or over)-one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 44-Medium Flowered (3” to 4”)-one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 45-Small Flowered (1½ to 3”)-three blooms of same named variety and color, disbudded with foliage attached.

Class 46-Collection of Large Cactus Type, Large Dahlia Type or Medium Flowered Type-three blooms of the same type, named,

each a different color, disbudded with foliage attached.

Class 47- Profusion Zinnia-three blooms of same named variety and color, disbudded with foliage attached.

 






SECTION G - ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS

 

Class 48-New Variety of Annual/Perennial, newly introduced for 2014, 2015 or 2016, one bloom (disbudded), one spray

or one spike, with foliage attached, named. Variety cannot be shown in any other class.

Class 49-Snapdragon—one spike, with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 50-Petunia—single or double flowered, one spray, more than one bloom, with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 51-Small Decorative Sunflower—one bloom, disbudded, with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 52-Any Other Round Form Annual not listed elsewhere—three blooms of same variety, named, disbudded with foliage attached.

Class 53-Any Other Spike Form Annual not listed elsewhere—one spike, with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 54-Any Other Spray Form Annual not listed elsewhere—one spray, not disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 55-Summer Flowering Annual or Perennial Bulb or Tuber or Rhizome or Corm not listed elsewhere—one bloom or one stem or

one spike, any variety, named. Foliage not required. Example: (crocosmia, canna, calla lily, liatris).

Class 56-Hybrid Lily—one stem, with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 57-Salvia (Victoria Blue or White)—three stems of same variety, named, with foliage attached.

Class 58-Rudbeckia (Gloriosa Daisy)—three blooms of same variety, named, disbudded with foliage attached.

Class 59-Shasta Daisy—three blooms of same variety, named, disbudded with foliage attached.

Class 60-Echinacea (Coneflower)—three blooms of same variety, named, disbudded with foliage attached.

Class 61-Achilles (Yarrow)—three stems of same variety, named, foliage attached.

Class 62-Small Ornamental Grasses—three stems of same variety, named, in one container, not to exceed 36” in height, foliage

only or grasses with inflorescence (plumes, flower heads) (including Carex, Helictotrichon, Imperata, etc.).

Class 63-Medium Ornamental Grasses—three stems of same variety, named, in one container, not to exceed 36” in height, foliage only or grasses with inflorescence (plumes, flower heads) (including Chasmathiurm, Elymus, Panicum, Pennisetum, etc.).

Class 64-Large Ornamental Grass—one stem, named, not to exceed 36” in height, foliage only or grass with

inflorescence (plume, flower head) (including Arundo, Erianthus, Miscanthus, Ornamental Corn, etc.).

Class 65-Any Other Round Form Perennial not listed elsewhere—three blooms of same variety, named, disbudded with foliage

attached.

Class 66-Any Other Spike Form Perennial not listed elsewhere—one spike, with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 67-Any Other Spray Form Perennial not listed elsewhere—one spray, not disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 68-Everlastings not listed above (annual or perennial)—fresh, one spray, three blooms of same variety, or three spikes of same

variety, named, with foliage attached.

Class 69- Heuchera (Coral Bells) three leaves of same variety, named

Class 70-Any Other Foliage not listed elsewhere--one stem, any variety, named.

Class 71-Flowering Shrub—one stem, any variety, named, foliage attached.

 

SECTION H – HOSTAS

Each hosta entry must be a mature leaf and be typical of cultivar

 

Class 72-Hosta-one leaf, green (all shades), named, any variety.

Class 73-Hosta-one leaf, blue (all shades), named, any variety.

Class 74-Hosta-one leaf, yellow (all shades), named, any variety.

Class 75-Hosta-one leaf, margined (all shades), named, any variety.

Class 76-Hosta-one leaf, variegated (all shades), named, any variety.

Class 77-Hostas- three leaves, named, each leaf a different variety, in one container.

Class 78-Hostas-five leaves, named, each leaf a different variety, in one container.

Class 79-Hosta(s)-container grown, named, any variety(ies). Pot not to exceed ten inches across.

 

SECTION I - HERBS

 

Class 80-Herb-annual, fresh, one stem, any variety, named.

Class 81-Herb-perennial, fresh, one stem, any variety, named.

Class 82-Collection of Herbs-fresh, collection of five stems, one each of five different varieties, named.

Class 83-Scented Geranium-container grown, one plant, named, any variety.

Class 84-Herb-container grown, one plant, named, any variety.








SECTION J - VEGETABLES

 

Class 85-New Variety of Vegetable, newly introduced for 2014, 2015 or 2016, shown as to type, any variety, named. Variety cannot be

shown in any other class.

Class 86-Peas—five pods, named, any variety. Stems should be left on.

Class 87-Green Beans—five pods, named, any variety. Stems should be left on.

Class 88-Yellow Beans—five pods, named, any variety. Stems should be left on.

Class 89-Purple or Red Onions—three onions, named, any variety.*

Class 90-Yellow Onions—three onions, named, any variety.*

Class 91-White Onions—three onions, named, any variety.*

*Classes 88, 89 and 90—roots should be removed just below the base of the bulb, the jagged and dirty outer

scales should be removed, tops should be cut off ½ to 1 inch above bulb.

Class 92-Beets—three beets, named, any variety, tops should be removed to 1 inch above crown, tap root left on, minor roots to be removed.

Class 93-Carrots—three carrots, named, any variety, tops should be trimmed to 1 inch above base, tap root left on.

Class 94-Cucumbers—three cucumbers, named, any variety, ¼ inch of stem should be left on.

Class 95-Red or Yellow Tomatoes—three tomatoes, named, any variety, to be exhibited with stem end down; stem and calyx removed.

Class 96-Small Tomatoes— one cluster attached to stem, named, any variety, can be all stages of maturity. (Ex: cherry, grape, pear, etc.).

Class 97-Sweet Peppers—three peppers, named, any variety, ½ inch of stem should be left on.

Class 98-Hot Peppers—five peppers, named, any variety, ½ inch of stem should be left on.

Class 99-White or Red Potatoes—three potatoes, named, any variety.

Class 100-Cabbage—one head, named, any variety, outer leaves to be removed except 2 to 4 wrapper (leaves that cradle the head) leaves.

Class 101-Cauliflower—one head, named, any variety, leaves to be removed except about 6 or enough to protect the head; these should be

trimmed neatly about 1 inch above the curd.

Class 102-Broccoli—one head, named, any variety, not less than 3 inches in diameter with part of the main stem attached, leaves should remain.

Class 103-Zucchini—one zucchini, edible size, named, any variety.

Class 104-Squash—one squash, edible size, named, any variety.

Class 105-Sweet Corn—three ears, husks removed, named, any variety.

Class 106-Any Other Vegetable or Fruit—not listed above, named, any one variety; 1 large or 5 medium or 10 small.

Class 107-Vegetables In A Basket—a display of any number of seven or more named varieties of vegetables, accessory leaves and herbs

permitted, to be staged in a 30” x 30” table space. Quality, number and rarity of the items making up the group, as well

as horticultural perfection, will be considered in judging the display. A 3 x 5 card listing all horticulture materials must accompany the display.

 

SECTION K - CONTAINER GROWN PLANTS

To Remain Duration of the Fair

 

Class 108-African Violet—single crown, single or double bloom, any named variety.

Class 109-Foliage Plant—one plant per pot (may be multiple stemmed), any named variety.

Class 110-Flowering Plant—one plant per pot (may be multiple stemmed), any named variety.

Class 111-Cactus or Succulent—one plant per pot (may be multiple stemmed), any named variety.

Class 112-Fern—one plant per pot (may be multiple stemmed), any named variety.

Class 113-Flowering Hanging Basket—any one named variety of plant or plants.

Class 114-Foliage Hanging Basket—any one named variety of plant or plants.

Class 115-Container Garden-three or more plants of different named varieties.

Class 116-Miniature Landscape-three or more different named plants and garden “accents” in one container (an established garden scene

using the principles of design—balance, scale, color, proportion, rhythm, contrast, unity, dominance). Accessories permitted.

Container not to exceed 15” in any direction. See OAGC Handbook.

Class 117-Miniature Landscape-three or more different named plants and garden “accents” in one container (an established garden scene

using the principles of design—balance, scale, color, proportion, rhythm, contrast, unity, dominance). Accessories permitted.

Container to be over 15” in any direction. See OAGC Handbook.

 

 






DIVISION II - ADULT ARTISTIC SHOW

THEME: “The Magic of Disney”

 

RULES:

Open to any adult amateur arranger (sections A and B) or any adult professional arranger, student judge or judge (section B). Competition is open to the world. Entry fee is the purchase of a Season Pass of $25 or the payment of fifty cents per entry at the Secretary's Office. Exhibits may be entered from 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. Thursday, July 28, 2016. The Knox County Fair Board asks that all vehicles be removed from the midway by 11:00 A.M. Thursday. Open oral judging by the OAGC Standard System will be at 1:00 P.M., Thursday, July 28, 2016. Entries may not be removed until Sunday, July 31, 2016 from 1:00 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. If you cannot claim your entries at that time, please make other arrangements. Premium checks may be obtained from a club officer at that time.

Exhibitor's name, address, and exhibitor's number must appear on entry tag. Entry tags should be picked up at the Fair Board Office. Tags must be made out in advance. Each arrangement must be accompanied by a 3 x 5 card listing all plant material used. Interpretation card may be included if desired. Exhibitors may make only one entry per class.

No artificial plant material may be used. Painted material is permitted in all classes except 2,5,6,7,9,13,18,20,23.

No fresh plant material may be painted. Accessories are permitted in any class. Garden grown or roadside plant materials are preferred over florist plant material for artistic designs.

Only whole fresh fruits and vegetables are to be used.

Limited space will be provided for assembly of arrangements before reaching entry and classification table. Creative designs may be assembled where staged.

Caution will be exercised, but the committee is not responsible for breakage, theft or loss of property. Judge's decisions are final and no decisions are to be changed after the close of judging.

PREMIUMS:

1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00

Best of Show - Recognition and $10.00--Section A (classes 1-10) and Section B (classes 11-26)

Most Creative - Recognition and $10.00--Section A (classes 1-10) and Section B (classes 11-26)

Premiums will be awarded as deemed worthy by the judge.

 

SECTION A - ARTISTIC DESIGNS

OPEN TO AMATEURS - ANY INDIVIDUAL OR GARDEN CLUB MEMBER

 

Class 1—Old Yeller—a design featuring yellow. Painted material allowed.

Class 2—Pinocchio—a traditional horizontal design. No painted material.

Class 3—Bambi—a small design between 5” and 12” in any direction. To be staged on a platform provided by the show committee.

Painted material allowed.

Class 4—Cinderella—a design incorporating a shoe(s). Painted material allowed.

Class 5—Swiss Family Robinson—a design incorporating treasured wood. No painted material.

Class 6—Beauty and the Beast—a traditional design using two containers. No painted material.

Class 7—Escape to Witch Mountain—a traditional vertical design. No painted material.

Class 8—Winnie the Pooh—a design incorporating a pot(s). Painted material allowed.

Class 9—The Sword in the Stone—a design featuring a stone(s). No painted material.

Class 10—Aladdin —a design incorporating a lamp. Painted material allowed.




SECTION B - ARTISTIC DESIGNS

OPEN TO AMATEURS - ANY INDIVIDUAL OR GARDEN CLUB MEMBER,

PROFESSIONAL DESIGNER, STUDENT JUDGE OR JUDGE

 

Class 11— 101 Dalmatians—a design featuring black and white. Painted material allowed.

Class 12—20,000 Leagues Under the Sea— an underwater design. Painted material allowed.

Class 13—The Jungle Book—a design featuring tropical material. No painted material.

Class 14—Peter Pan—a design showing motion. Painted material allowed.

Class 15—Honey, I Shrunk the Kids—a miniature design under 5” in any direction. To be staged on a platform provided by

the show committee. Painted material allowed.

Class 16—Bad Hair Day—an interpretive design. Explain interpretation on 3x5 card. Painted material allowed.

Class 17—Tinker Bell—a vibratile design. A vibratile design is an abstract design characterized by vibration and sound.

The sound-making device must be an integral part of the design, not something added for the sole purpose of sound.

See 2016 Edition of OAGC Handbook. Painted material allowed.

Class 18—Popeye—a design featuring vegetables and/or fruit and/or flowers. No painted material.

Class 19—Mary Poppins—an embellished small or child size umbrella. Plant materials must be attached to a folded or unfolded

umbrella to make it more attractive. Plant materials can be fresh, dried or a combination.

Only dried material can be treated, painted or artificially colored.

Class 20—The Lion King—a traditional mass design. No painted material.

Class 21—Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs—a synergistic design. May be Type 1 or Type 2.

A synergistic design is a creative grouping of plant materials, three or more containers, and/or other components sharing

common characteristics designed to create an artistic whole. Each individual unit is unified by color, form, repetition

or through plant material. See 2016 Edition of OAGC Handbook. Painted material allowed.

Class 22—Alice in Wonderland (Through the Looking Glass)—a reflective design. A reflective design is a creative design

that contains some components to involve the viewer through the use of reflection.

See 2016 Edition of OAGC Handbook. Painted material allowed.

Class 23—Into the Woods—a design incorporating treasured wood. No painted material.

Class 24—Tomorrowland—an interpretive design. Explain interpretation on 3x5 card. Painted material allowed.

Class 25—The Parent Trap—a satellitic design. A satellitic design is a creative design, with a smaller design of the same color, form

and /or texture placed near its base, having a curving connective line that becomes a vital part of its rhythmic pattern.

See 2016 Edition of OAGC Handbook. Painted material allowed.

Class 26—The Santa Clause—a Christmas wreath featuring conifer foliage, fresh and/or dried materials. Painted material allowed.

Ribbon and accessories allowed. Glitter or artificial snow not allowed.





















DIVISION III - JUNIOR HORTICULTURE CULTIVARS

 

RULES:

 

Open to any member of a 4-H Club, junior garden club or to any junior gardener 19 years and under. Entry fee is fifty cents per entry,

payable at Fair Secretary’s office. JUNIORS MUST REGISTER AT THE FAIR SECRETARY’S OFFICE AND RECEIVE AN EXHIBITOR NUMBER. Entries will be accepted from 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M., Monday July 25, 2016. Open judging by the OAGC Standard System will be at 1:00 P.M. Monday, July 25, 2016. Exhibits MUST BE REMOVED Wednesday evening, July 27 or before 8 A.M. Thursday morning. Exhibitor's name, address and age must appear on entry tag. All cultivars must be grown by exhibitor and correctly labeled as to variety on the entry tag. More than one entry per class is allowed, providing each entry is a different variety. Cultivars should be well groomed and should be disbudded unless being shown as a stem, spray or scape. Foliage should not be removed. Exhibitor is to furnish clear glass containers for all cultivars. Paper plates will be provided for vegetables. Exhibitors should enter their cultivars in person and be able to correctly identify them at time of entry. Container grown plants should be in possession of exhibitor at least ninety days before the Fair to be eligible for competition.

The Flower Show Committee shall not be responsible for breakage, theft or loss of property. The committee reserves the right to combine, divide or eliminate classes to insure a uniform show. Judge’s decisions are final and no decisions are to be changed after the close of judging.

 

PREMIUMS:

1st - $2.00 2nd - $1.75 3rd - $1.50

Best of Show – Recognition and $5.00. Premiums will be awarded as deemed worthy by the judge.

 

Class 1-Any Perennial--one bloom disbudded with foliage attached, or one spray not disbudded with foliage attached, or one spike

with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 2-Marigold, Large Flowered Variety--one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 3-Marigold, Small Flowered Variety-one spray, not disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 4-Zinnia, one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 5-Petunia--one spray (more than one bloom) any variety, not disbudded with foliage attached, named.

Class 6-Small Decorative Sunflower-one bloom, disbudded, with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 7-Any Other Annual Flower--one bloom, disbudded with foliage attached or one spray not disbudded with foliage attached or one

spike with foliage attached, any variety, named.

Class 8-Any Root or VineVegetable--three vegetables of same named variety. Example: beets, carrots, onions, potatoes, squash,

. cucumbers etc.

Class 9-Any Bush Vegetable--three vegetables of same named variety. Example: peas, peppers, tomatoes, green beans, etc.

Class 10-Any Other Vegetable-not listed above-any variety, named.

Class 11-Container Grown Plant(s)--any variety(s), named. May be multiple stemmed



DIVISION IV - JUNIOR ARTISTIC SHOW

 

RULES:

 

Open to any member of a 4-H Club, junior garden club or to any junior gardener 19 years and younger. Entry fee is fifty cents per entry,

payable at the Fair Secretary’s office. JUNIORS MUST REGISTER AT THE FAIR SECRETARY’S OFFICE AND RECEIVE AN EXHIBITOR NUMBER. Entries will be accepted from 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M., Thursday, July 28, 2016. Open oral judging by the OAGC Standard System will be at 1:00 P.M., Thursday, July 28, 2016. Entries may not be removed until Sunday, July 31, 2016 from 1:00 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. Premium checks may be obtained from a club officer at that time.

Exhibitor's name, address and age must appear on entry tag. Exhibitor may make one entry per class. Plant material used in the arrangement must be listed on a 3 x 5 card to accompany the arrangement.

No artificial plant material may be used. Painted material allowed except in classes 1,3,5,7. Accessories are permitted in any class.

Arrangements must be completely assembled before reaching the entry and classification table. Arrangements are to be staged under the direction of the placement committee. Exhibitors should enter their arrangements in person and should be able to identify plant material used.

Caution will be exercised, but the committee is not responsible for breakage, theft or loss of property. Judge’s decisions are final and no decisions are to be changed after the close of judging.

 

PREMIUMS:

1st - $2.00 2nd - $1.75 3rd - $1.50

Best of Show - Recognition and $5.00

Premiums will be awarded as deemed worthy by the judge.



SECTION A – ARTISTIC DESIGNS

OPEN TO 4-H MEMBERS OR JUNIOR GARDENERS 19 YEARS AND UNDER

 

JUNIORS AGES 12 AND UNDER

Class 1—The Little Mermaid—a design showing water. No painted material.

Class 2—Frozen—a design featuring white. Painted material allowed.

Class 3—Toy Story—a design incorporating a toy(s). No painted material.

Class 4—Dumbo—a big and bold creative design. Painted material allowed.

 

JUNIORS AGES 13-19

Class 5—The Little Mermaid—a design showing water. No painted material.

Class 6—Frozen—a design featuring white. Painted material allowed.

Class 7—Toy Story—a design incorporating a toy(s), No painted material.

Class 8—Dumbo—a big and bold creative design. Painted material allowed.