Floral – Department 17

Contact: Pat Stewart

1. Bring entries to the Fair from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM on Saturday, August 12, 2017.
NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED THE WEEK OF THE FAIR.
2. Exhibitors must have an exhibitor’s number. (Obtained from Premium Office.)
3. Exhibitors should get a premium book and entry tags before the Fair, FILL OUT tags and securely attach them BEFORE entering.
4. One entry per class per exhibitor. The Fair will accept only entries in the classes listed in this book. There is no charge to enter.
5. Pick up your entries on Sunday, August 20, 2017, from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The Fair is not responsible for entries not claimed during this time. Claim stubs must identify exhibit.
SPECIAL RULES:
1. The use of or displaying of any artificial foliage or flowers is prohibited and no premiums will be paid.
2. Plants positively will NOT be accepted for exhibition unless they have been growing in containers for two months.
3. Baskets or containers must be supplied by exhibitor and will be given every possible care, but the management assumes no responsibility for their safety.
4. Flowers or plants entered for competitions must be more than ordinary, standard and quality to be entitled to an award.
5. All entries must be grown by exhibitor except in arrangement class.

DEPT. 17 SECTION 1 FLOWERING POTTED PLANTS

Only one plant per pot except in collection class.

PREMIUMS:……1st – $3.00 2nd – $2.50 3rd – $2.00

CLASS:
African Violets, any color or bicolor
1. Single
2. Double

Wax Begonias, fibrous-rooted, in bloom
3. Single, any color
4. Double, any color
5. Any other variety

Begonias, tuberous-rooted,in bloom
6. Single or semi-double, any color
7. Double, any color

Impatiens
8. Common, Shade type
9. New Guinea

10. Flowering Hanging Basket
11. Flowering Box or Planter
12. Any Other Flowering Potted Plant


DEPT. 17 SECTION 2 FOLIAGE POTTED PLANTS

Only one plant per pot except in collection class.

PREMIUMS:…..1st – $3.00 2nd – $2.50 3rd – $2.00
CLASS:
Begonias, foliage type
1. Large leaf, any variety
2. Small leaf, any variety

Cacti
3. One specimen
4. Cactus Garden

5. Coleus, any leaf color
6. Fern, Boston or Any other variety

Geraniums
7. Ivy type
8. Scented, any variety
9. Variegated foliage
10. Bedding or common

11. Philodendron

Potted Ivy
12. English
13. German
14. Grape
15. Swedish
16. Variegated

17. Spider Plant

Succulent
18. Aloe
19. Any other

20. Foliage – Hanging Basket
21. Foliage Box or Planter
22. Any Other Foliage

Novelty Classes
23. Dish Garden or foliage plants consisting of three or more different specimens in a container.
24. Terrariums or arrangement in closed container


DEPT. 17 SECTION 3 ANNUALS

1. No specimens will be returned.
2. Use a disposable, clear container – no writing or labels on container.
3. Exhibits must be cut flowers grown by the exhibitor and must conform to the number of blooms, spikes, or stems specified in each class. The uniformity of height, color, and/or size is an important factor in evaluating entries.
4. Flowers in each entry must be of one color and variety unless otherwise stated.
5. Flowers only – no greenery.

PREMIUMS:…..1st – $3.00 2nd – $2.50 3rd – $2.00

CLASS (Number of required specimens)

1. Ageratum (3 stems)
2. Asters (5 blooms)
3. Bachelor Buttons (5 blooms)
4. Bells of Ireland (3 stems)
5. Calendula (5 blooms)

Celosia
6. Crested (1 stem)
7. Plume (3 stems)
8. Cleome (spider flower) (3 stems)

Cosmos (5 blooms)
9. Standard – Pink, White, Red
10. Bright lights – Orange, Yellow
11. Seashell – Mix

Dahlias
12. Cactus (1 bloom)
13. Pompom (1 bloom)
14. Large, Over 3” (1 bloom)
15. Small, Under 3” (3 blooms)

Gladiolus (1 spike)
16. Bi-Color
17. Lavender
18. Pink
19. Purple
20. Red
21. Salmon
22. White
23. Yellow
24. Other color not listed
25. Miniature – any color

Marigolds, AFRICAN -Large, (3 Blooms)
26. Orange
27. Vanilla
28. Yellow

Marigolds, FRENCH- Small, (5 Blooms)
29. Single
30. Double Brown
31. Double Orange
32. Double Yellow

Nasturtiums (5 blooms)
33. Single
34. Double

35. Pansy (5 blooms)

Petunias (5 blooms)
36. Double-any color
37. Single Bi-Color
38. Single Blue
39. Single Magenta
40. Single Pink
41. Single Red
42. Single White

Salvia (3 blooms)
43. Blue
44. Red
45. White
46. Scabiosa (3 blooms)

Snapdragons (3 spikes)
47. Solid
48. Bi-Color

49. Strawflowers, Mixed (5 blooms)

Sunflowers (1 stock in water)
50. Small, Under 6”
51. Large, Over 6”

Verbena (3 stems)
52. Blue
53. Light Pink
54. Scarlet

Violas (5 blooms)
55. Bi-Color
56. Single Color

Zinnias
57. Cactus (3 blooms)
58. Giant (3 blooms)
59. Novelty (5 blooms)
60. Pom-pom (5 blooms)

61. Any Other Annual not Listed (3 stems)

Best of Show Annuals – Sponsored by Myers Roofing Company


DEPT. 17 SECTION 4 PERENNIALS


1.  No specimens will be returned.
2. Use a disposable, clear container – no labels on container.
3. Exhibits must be cut flowers grown by the exhibitor and must conform to the number of blooms, spikes, or stems specified in each class. The uniformity of height, color, and/or size is an important factor in evaluating entries.
4. Flowers in each entry must be of one color and variety unless otherwise stated.
5. Flowers only – no greenery.

PREMIUMS:…..1st – $3.00 2nd – $2.50 3rd – $2.00

CLASS (Number of required specimens)
1. Cone Flower (3 stems)

Chrysanthemums (3 stems)
2. Common or Cushion
3. Daisy type
4. Spider

Daisy
5. Gerber (1 stem)
6. Painted (3 stems)
7. Shasta (3 stems)

8. Delphinium (1 stem)
9. Dianthus (5 blooms)
10. Feverfew (3 stems)
11. Gaillardia (3 stems)
12. Hibiscus (1 stem)
13. Hydrangea (3 stems)
14. Lily (1 stalk, any color)
15. Monarda (3 stems)

Roses, Hybrid tea (1 stem)
16. Bi-color
17. Orange
18. Pink
19. Red
20. White
21. Yellow

22. Floribunda (1 stem)
23. Miniature rose (1 flower)
24. Rudbeckia, Gloriosa Daisy (3 blooms)
25. Sweet Pea (5 stems)

Yarrow (3 stems)
26. Rose Red
27. White
28. Yellow

29. Any Other Perennial not Listed

Best of Show Perennials – Sponsord by Sankey’s Feed Mill


DEPT. 17 SECTION 5 ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS

1. Anchor arrangements so they can be handled.
2. Maximum care will be taken of the containers and accessories, but the Fair cannot be held responsible for any damage or loss.
3. Plants & flowers used MUST be real. See Dept. 19 for artificial arrangements.

PREMIUMS:…..1st – $4.00 2nd – $3.50 3rd – $3.00
CLASS:
1. Wildflower arrangement. Conservation rules must be used.
2. Arrangement using weathered wood with bird or animal
3. Arrangement in a tea pot or cup and saucer (not a mug)
4. Arrangement in a basket
5. Arrangement of one variety of flowers
6. Arrangement using tints, shades of one color of flowers
7. Autumn jewels
8. Arrangement for a teacher’s desk
9. Patriot’s arrangement
10. Arrangement for any holiday
11. Arrangement with 1 flower with foliage
12. Bottle arrangement
13. Miniature Arrangement (not to exceed 3”)
14. Arrangement representing a Lawrence County Fair Exhibit


Best of Show Artistic Arrangement – Sponsored  by Butz Flowers