Cut Flowers

SECTION MC
ENTRY FEE: 50c
ENTRY FORMS CLOSE:  Thursday, MARCH 8th at 6pm
EXHIBITS MUST BE PLACED BY:  9.00am Show day
EXHIBITS & PRIZES TO BE COLLECTED: 5.00pm Show day from the Section
PRIZE MONEY:  1st: $3    2nd: $1.50   3rd: $1 – when 6 or more entries
CONVENOR: Dianne Semmler   P: 8563 2957
STEWARDS: Joy Wilksch

Exhibits to remain until 5.00pm, at which time ENTRY FORMS MUST be produced to collect entries, prize money and trophies in Cut Flowers Section.

All entries must be distinct unless otherwise stated.

1. Roses, 3 stage exhibit of 1 cultivar – 1 bud (colour must show, no petals unfurling) – 1 intermediate (decorative 17 stage) – 1 full bloom (stamens visible, 18 no side buds)

2. Rose Bud, 3 (colour must be showing, 20 no petals unfurling)

3. Rose single flower, 3 (5-8 Petals, stem/cut)

4. Roses Decorative, 6

5. Roses Decorative, 3

6. Rose Decorative, 1

Decorative – not fully open

7. Roses in Full Bloom, 6

8. Roses in Full Bloom, 3

9. Rose in Full Bloom, 1

Full Bloom – must have showing of stamens, no side buds

10. Roses, Floribunda/Cluster, 3  (1 stem/cut)

11. Rose, Floribunda/Cluster, 1 (1 stem/cut)

12. Miniature Roses, 6  (1 -3 florets on each)

13. Petite / Small Roses,3  (not less than 4 florets on each cut)

14. Petite / Small Rose,1  (no less than 4 florets on cut)

15. David Austin, Old Garden or Shrub Rose, 3 (can have more than 1 floret)

16. David Austin, Old Garden or Shrub Rose, 1 (can have more than 1 floret)

 MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR (1-16) – prize kindly donated by LORNA NOACK

CHAMPION ROSE – Prize kindly donated by ROSES IN THE HEARTLAND

* Classes 17-21 Dahlia (N.N.D) not necessarily distinct – 

17. Dahlia, any variety, 3

18. Dahlia, any variety, 1

CHAMPION DAHLIA – Trophy: kindly donated by TANUNDA DAHLIAS

* Classes 19-33 must be distinct

19. Collection of Flowering Cuts, 6 (incl. trees & shrubs)

20. Collection Flowering shrubs or tree cuts, 3

21. Collection Native flower cuts, 3

22. Native Cut, 1

23. Collection Annuals, 3

24. Perennials, 3 (not trees or shrubs)

25. White or Cream Flowers, 3

26. Lemon or Yellow Flowers, 3

27. Pink to Cerise Flowers, 3

28. Red or Orange Flowers, 3

29. Blue or Purple Flowers, 3

30. Collection Tuberous, Bulbous or Rhizomatous, 3

31. Tuberous, Bulbous or Rhizomatous, 1

32. Canna, 1

33. Salvias, 3

* Classes 34-64 not necessarily distinct

34. Pétunia Double, 2

35. Pétunia Colour Parade, 3 (waved petals)

36. Petunia Single Bedding, 3

37. Phlox, 2

38. Marguerite Daisy, 3

39. Zinnia, 3 any type

40. Carnation, 3 (10cm above bottle 1 bloom)

41. Carnation, 1 (10cm above bottle 1 bloom)

42. Dianthus, 3

43. Gaillardia, 3

44. Aster annual, 2

45. Aster perennial, 3

46. Marigold, African, 3

47. Marigold, French, 3

48. Gerbera, 3

49. Hollyhock, 3

50. Sunflower, 3

51. Celosia,1

52. Penstemon, 1

53. Antirrhinum,1

54. Fuchsia Double, 1 cut

55. Fuchsia Single, 1 cut

56. Begonia Tuberous,1

57. Geranium, 3, any type

58. Verbena, 1

59. Delphinium, 1

60. Cockscomb, 1

61. Amaranthus, 1

62. Scabiosa, 1

63. Japanese wind anemones, 1

64. Any other flower not enumerated

65. Foliage only garden cuts, 3 (no flowers) – must be distinct

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR (classes 19 – 64) – $25 Voucher kindly donated by MISS MAGGIES

CHAMPION CUT (classes 19 – 64) – $30 Voucher (Barossa Nursery) kindly donated by BARRY & HEATHER SWAN

Prize for Best Single Foliage Cut donated by BAROSSA NURSERY

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR (class 1 – 65) Prize kindly donated by BAROSSA GLASS

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