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2017/18 Flower Show Schedule
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Spring Show

  • Narcissi - Special Classes
  • Narcissi Open Section
  • Narcissi Amateur Section
  • Narcissi School Children’s Section
  • Display Classes
  • Cut Flowers
  • Camellias
  • Rhododendrons
  • Container Grown Plants
  • Homecraft and Handcraft
  • School Children’s Classes

 

Summer Show

  • Gladioli - Open Section
  • Gladioli - Amateur Section
  • Gladioli - School Children
  • Dahlias
  • Dahlias - Open Section
  • Dahlias - Seedling Classes
  • Dahlias - Amateur Section
  • Roses
  • Display Classes
  • Cut Flowers
  • Container Grown Plants
  • Fruit and vegetables
  • School Children’s Classes

 

Show Dates

SUMMER SHOW

- 2018 January 27 & 28

 

Note: Dates may need to be altered to fit with National Shows.

Enter Exhibits
Phone
Christine Squier
(03) 545 1102

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Line drawing of Lily
Line drawing of Narcisuss (Daffodil)
Line drawing of Peony
Line drawing of Cornflower
Line drawing of Crocus
Line drawing of Iris
Line drawing of Iris
Line drawing of Carnation
Line drawing of Mays Lily
Line drawing of poppy
line drawing of Iasminum
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Line drawing of Lily
Line drawing of Narcisuss (Daffodil)
Line drawing of Peony
Line drawing of Cornflower
Line drawing of Crocus
Line drawing of Iris
Line drawing of Iris
Line drawing of Carnation
Line drawing of Mays Lily
Line drawing of poppy
line drawing of Iasminum
Line drawing of Hyacinth
Line drawing of Lily
Line drawing of Narcisuss (Daffodil)
Line drawing of Peony
Line drawing of Cornflower
Line drawing of Crocus
Line drawing of Iris
Line drawing of Iris
Line drawing of Carnation
Line drawing of Mays Lily
Line drawing of poppy
line drawing of Iasminum
Line drawing of Hyacinth

Spring Show

  • Narcissi - Special Classes
  • Narcissi Open Section
  • Narcissi Amateur Section
  • Narcissi School Children’s Section
  • Display Classes
  • Cut Flowers
  • Camellias
  • Rhododendrons
  • Container Grown Plants
  • Homecraft and Handcraft
  • School Children’s Classes

 

Summer Show

  • Gladioli - Open Section
  • Gladioli - Amateur Section
  • Gladioli - School Children
  • Dahlias
  • Dahlias - Open Section
  • Dahlias - Seedling Classes
  • Dahlias - Amateur Section
  • Roses
  • Display Classes
  • Cut Flowers
  • Container Grown Plants
  • Fruit and vegetables
  • School Children’s Classes

Show Dates


SUMMER SHOW

2018 January 27 & 28

 

Note: Dates may need to be altered to fit with National Shows.

  • Society Rules

    1. All exhibits for competitions must be bona fide property of the competitor, and must have been in his (or her) possession for at least two calendar months previous to the exhibition except (a) in the case of an exhibitor who has just recently imported any new or rare plants; (b) flowers for decorative exhibits. All pot plants must have been in pots for a like period.

    2. In the main flower sections for all shows, the following will apply:

      Open sections may be contested by ALL (includes commercial growers, professionals, home gardeners, instructors, etc).

      Amateur sections Persons who grow flowers for enjoyment only, NOT for profit on a commercial scale. This does not exclude persons who sell surplus stock occasionally.

    3. NO exhibits may be removed without permission before closing time on the final day of the show (4:30pm).

    4. All protests against the awards of Judges must be made in writing and delivered to the secretary on the first day of the Show. Such protests shall be considered by the Committee or a duly appointed Sub-committee as soon as possible after the receipt and the decision of the Committee or Sub-committee shall be final.

    5. TROPHIES, ROSETTES, AWARDS, and CERTIFICATES will be awarded according to the schedule. In the event of there being no entries in a trophy class, the trophy will be awarded for the most points in the corresponding section.

    6. Entries must be received by 8pm on the Thursday before the show. All entries to be staged by 11am on the day of the show. Exhibitors may sit quietly in the gallery during judging, but must not move on to the hall floor until all judging is complete.

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  • Spring Show

    Seeding daffodils should have the division noted on entry card.

    Premier Blooms only to be chosen if they are outstanding examples of their division or sub-division

     

    CHAMPION ROSETTE & TROPHY
    Awarded to the champion daffodil.

     

    PREMIER
    Awarded to the best bloom in each of the following:

     

    Division 1 - Trumpet:

    1Y-Y, 1Y-W, 1Y-P, 1Y-O/R
    1W-W, 1W-Y, 1W-P, 1W-O/R

     

    Division 2 - Large Cup:
    2Y-Y, 2Y-W, 2Y-P, 2Y-O/R

    2W-W, 2W-Y, 2W-P, 2W-O/R

     

    Division 3 - Small Cup:

    3 Yellow Perianth

    3 White Perianth

     

    Division 4 - Double:

    4 Yellow Perianth

    4 White Perianth

     

    Intermediate Daffodils

    Division 5 - Triandrus daffodils

    Division 6 - Cyclamineus daffodils

    Division 7 - Jonquilla daffodils

    Division 8 - Tazetta daffodils

    Division 9 - Poeticus daffodils

    Division 10 - Bulbocodium daffodils

    Division 11 - Split corona daffodils

    Seedling

    Amateur

    School Children

    Camellia

    Rhododendron

    Cut Flower Vase

     

    NARCISSI - Special Classes

    All Narcissi to be named. Seedlings to be numbered.

    1. NATIONAL DAFFODIL SOCIETY RIBBON CLASS
      6 Varieties, 1 bloom of each from not less than 3 divisions, staged in 6 vases. Open only to members of the National Daffodil Society.

      The following classes open to all exhibitors

    2. THE DAVID ADAMS MEDAL CLASS
      12 Varieties, one bloom of each from not less than 6 R.H.S. Horticultural Divisions to be represented in the entry, staged in 12 vases.

    3. TRUMPET DAFFODILS Division 1 (Trophy)
      6 blooms, 2 vases, not more than 3 of any one variety.

    4. LARGE OR SMALL CUP DAFFODILS Divisions 2 or 3 (Trophy)
      6 blooms, 2 vases, not more than 3 of any one variety.

    5. DOUBLE DAFFODILS Division 4 (Trophy)
      6 blooms, 2 vases, not more than 3 of any one variety.

    6. OTHER DIVISIONS (Trophy)
      6 blooms from Divisions 5 - 13, 2 vases, not more than 3 of any one variety

      SEEDLING DAFFODIL CLASSES (Raised by exhibitor)
    7. 6 varieties, one of each, 2 vases (Special award ribbon)
    8. 1 Trumpet
    9. 1 Large Cup
    10. 1 Small Cup
    11. 1 Narcissus, other than specified.

    12. BRIGHTWATER DAFFODIL FOR 2015, 2016 & 2017 Gold Lake (Trophy)
      Entries restricted to Brightwater Horticultural Society members.
      1 Bloom, 1 vase, Entries restricted as above.

      OPEN SECTION

      SINGLE BLOOM DAFFODIL CLASSES
    13. 1 Trumpet, all yellow, sulphur or deep cream
    14. 1 Trumpet, yellow perianth white corona
    15. 1 Trumpet, yellow perianth red, orange in corona
    16. 1 Trumpet, yellow perianth pink in corona
    17. 1 Trumpet, all white
    18. 1 Trumpet, white perianth yellow corona
    19. 1 Trumpet, white perianth red, orange in corona
    20. 1 Trumpet, white perianth pink in corona
    21. 1 Large Cup, all yellow, sulphur or deep cream
    22. 1 Large Cup, yellow perianth white corona
    23. 1 Large Cup, yellow perianth pink corona
    24. 1 Large Cup, yellow perianth red or orange in corona
    25. 1 Large Cup, all white
    26. 1 Large Cup, white perianth yellow corona
    27. 1 Large Cup, white perianth red or orange in corona
    28. 1 Large Cup, white perianth pink in corona
    29. 1 Bloom division 1-4 orange flushed perianth
    30. 1 Small Cup, all yellow
    31. 1 Small Cup, yellow perianth red or orange in corona
    32. 1 Small Cup, Yellow perianth pink or white in corona
    33. 1 Small Cup, all white
    34. 1 Small Cup, white perianth red or orange in corona
    35. 1 Small Cup, white perianth yellow in corona
    36. 1 Small Cup, white perianth pink in corona
    37. 1 Double, all yellow
    38. 1 Double, yellow perianth red or orange centre
    39. 1 Double, yellow perianth pink or white in corona
    40. 1 Double, all white
    41. 1 Double, white perianth red or orange centre
    42. 1 Double, white perianth yellow corona
    43. 1 Double, white perianth pink centre
    44. 1 Triandrus
    45. 1 Cyclamineus
    46. 1 Jonquilla
    47. 1 Tazetta
    48. 1 Poeticus
    49. 1 Bulbocodium
    50. 1 Split Corona Daffodil, yellow perianth
    51. 1 Split Corona Daffodil, white perianth

      INTERMEDIATE DAFFODILS
    52. 1 Trumpet Intermediate
    53. 1 Large/small cup Intermediate
    54. 1 Double (Division 4) Intermediate

      Division 1 - TRUMPET DAFFODILS
      Entries Staged 3 blooms in 1 vase
    55. 3 Blooms, all yellow, one or more varieties
    56. 3 Blooms, yellow perianth white, pink, red or orange in corona, one or more varieties.
    57. 3 Blooms, all white, one or more varieties
    58. 3 Blooms, white perianth yellow, pink, red or orange in corona, one or more varieties.
    59. 3 Blooms, 3 varieties

      Division 2 - LARGE CUP DAFFODILS
      Entries Staged 3 blooms in 1 vase
    60. 3 Blooms, yellow perianth, one or more varieties
    61. 3 Blooms, all white, one or more varieties
    62. 3 Blooms, white perianth coloured corona, one or more varieties
    63. 3 Blooms, 3 varieties
    64. 6 Blooms, 6 varieties, red or orange in corona in 2 vases
    65. 6 Blooms, 6 varieties, white, yellow or pink in corona in 2 vases

      Division 3 - SMALL CUP DAFFODILS
      Entries Staged 3 blooms in 1 vase
      Distinguishing characters: One flower to a stem, corona (cup) not more than one-third the length of the perianth segments (petals) .
    66. 3 Blooms, yellow perianth, one or more varieties
    67. 3 Blooms, white perianth, one or more varieties
    68. 3 Blooms, 3 varieties
    69. 3 Blooms, yellow perianth, one or more varieties
    70. 3 Blooms, white perianth, one or more varieties
    71. 3 Blooms, 1 or more varieties, staged in 1 vase
    72. 3 Blooms, 1 or more varieties, staged in 1 vase
    73. 3 Blooms,1 or more varieties, staged in 1 vase

      Division 8 - TAZETTA DAFFODILS
    74. 3 Blooms, 1 or more varieties, staged in 1 vase

      Division 9 - POETICUS DAFFODILS
      Characteristics of N.poeticus group: usually one flower to a stem; perianth segments purewhite; corona very short or disc-shaped, usually with a green or yellow centre and a red rim, but sometimes of a single colour; flowers fragrant.
    75. 3 Blooms, one or more varieties, staged in 1 vase

      Division 10 - BULBOCODIUM DAFFODILS
    76. 3 Blooms, one or more varieties, staged in 1 vase

      Division 11 - SPLIT-CORONA DAFFODILS
    77. 3 Blooms, one or more varieties, staged in 1 vase

      INTERMEDIATE DAFFODILS
      An Intermediate daffodil must clearly show characteristics that rend it too large to be classed as a miniature and too small to compete as a standard daffodil. As a guideline, flowers are expected to measure between 50 and 80mm in diameter with the perianth spread out. Entries must be identified by either their registered name or by the raisers seedling number. Exhibitors are advised that if uncertain, advice and confirmation can be obtained from any National Daffodil Society of New Zealand member.
    78. 3 Blooms intermediate, one or more varieties, staged in 1 vase

      MINIATURE DAFFODILS
    79. 3 Blooms, one or more varieties, staged in 1 vase

      AMATEUR SECTION
      Exhibitors in this section are also eligible to enter special classes 2 - 5.
      Blooms to be named where possible.
      • Premier award for the best entry.
      • Trophy for most points.
      • Denny Marshal Cup for Champion Bloom.

      Division 1 - TRUMPET DAFFODILS
    80. 1 Bloom, all yellow
    81. 1 Bloom, yellow perianth white, pink, red or orange in corona
    82. 1 Bloom, all white
    83. 1 Bloom, white perianth yellow, pink, red or orange in corona
    84. 3 Blooms, yellow perianth, one or more varieties 1 vase
    85. 3 Blooms, white perianth, one or more varieties 1 vase

      Division 2 & 3 - LARGE & SMALL CUP DAFFODILS
    86. 1 Bloom, yellow perianth yellow, pink or white in corona
    87. 1 Bloom, yellow perianth red or orange in corona
    88. 1 Bloom, all white
    89. 1 Bloom, white perianth yellow or pink in corona
    90. 1 Bloom, white perianth red or orange in corona
    91. 3 Blooms, yellow perianth, one or more varieties 1 vase
    92. 3 Blooms, white perianth, one or more varieties 1 vase
    93. 1 Bloom, yellow perianth
    94. 1 Bloom, white perianth
    95. 3 Blooms one or more varieties 1 vase

      INTERMEDIATE DAFFODILS
    96. 1 Bloom, Division 1 – 4
    97. 3 Blooms, Division 1 – 4, one or more varieties / vase

      OTHER DIVISIONS
    98. 1 Triandrus
    99. 1 Cyclamineus
    100. 3 Blooms, Cyclamineus 1 or more varieties, 1vase
    101. 1 Jonquilla
    102. 3 Blooms Jonquilla, one or more varieties, 1 vase
    103. 1 Tazetta
    104. 3 Blooms Tazetta, one or more varieties, 1 vase
    105. 1 Split Corona
    106. 3 Blooms Split Corona, one or more varieties, 1 vase
    107. 3 stems miniature, one or more varieties, 1 vase
    108. 1 other than specified

      SCHOOL CHILDREN’S SECTION
    109. 1 Trumpet daffodil
    110. 3 Trumpet daffodils, 1 vase
    111. 1 Large or Small Cup daffodil, yellow perianth
    112. 1 Large or Small Cup daffodil, white perianth
    113. 3 Large or Small Cup daffodils, 1 vase
    114. 1 Double daffodil
    115. 3 Double daffodils, 1 vase
    116. 1 Multi-headed daffodil
    117. Pot grown daffodil
    118. 1 Other than specified

      DISPLAY CLASSES (Open to all)
      • Rosette for best entry in this section
      • Trophy for most points
    119. Arrangement of flowers 1 shade in own container flowering shurbs or trees.
    120. Arrangement in a unusual container flower & shurbs Not to exceed 60cm of show bench.
    121. “From the Beach” Design using shells stones grasses driftwood.
    122. Basket Class
    123. Vase of white or whitish daffodils not more than 9 Blooms own foliage, viewed from the front Society’s own vase.
    124. Vase of daffodils with coloured corona, not more than 9 Blooms. Society’s own vase.
    125. Vase of yellow daffodils not more than 9 Blooms. Society’s own vase.

      CUT FLOWERS
      Where not specified, the number of stems per vase is left to the discretion of the exhibitor, but not less than three. Leaves optional, but must be of the plant specified. Buds acceptable. Names of exhibits, where possible, are appreciated.
      • Premier for the best vase of cut flowers.
    126. COLLECTION OF CUT FLOWERS - Rosette class
    127. Anemones
    128. Calendulas
    129. 1 vase Sparaxias
    130. 1 vase Ixias
    131. Tritonias
    132. Cyclamen
    133. Dianthus
    134. Freesias, cream
    135. Freesias, white or coloured
    136. Grape hyacinths
    137. 1 Hyacinth
    138. Iceland poppies
    139. Iris, bulbous (Dutch)
    140. Iris, dwarf bearded, under 38cm
    141. Iris, other than specified
    142. Daisies, small flowers, under 50mm
    143. Daisies, large flowers, 50mm and over
    144. Narcissi
    145. Narcissi, miniature
    146. 1 Stem orchid
    147. Pleione
    148. 3 Pansies, in 3 small vases
    149. Polyanthus
    150. Primroses, single
    151. Primroses, double
    152. Ranunculi
    153. Sweet Williams
    154. Tulips
    155. 3 Violas, in 3 vases
    156. Violets
    157. Wallflowers
    158. Rock garden plant, low growing, 1 variety
    159. Rock garden plant, low growing, 3 or more varieties, 1 vase.
    160. Annuals, other than specified, 1 variety
    161. Perennials, other than specified, 1 variety
    162. Azaleas
    163. Rhododendron, 1 stem, small flowered
    164. Rhododendron, 1 stem, large flowered
    165. Flowering shrub or tree, other than specified
    166. Flowering shrubs or trees, 3 varieties other than specified, 3 vases
    167. 1 flowering climber
    168. Native trees and/or native shrubs, flowering or foliage
    169. 1 vase ferns

      CAMELLIAS
      Camellias should be named if possible and be from the varieties named in Camellia Nomenclature published by the Camellia Society of New Zealand.
      • Premier bloom
    170. 1 Bloom Very large over 12.5cm
    171. 3 Blooms Very large over 12.5cm variegated or striped.
    172. 1 Bloom Large over 10.5 under 12.5cm
    173. 3 Blooms Large over 10.5 under 12.5cm two or more varieties.
    174. 1 Bloom Medium over 8.5 under 10.5cm
    175. 3 Blooms Medium over 8.5 under 10.5cm two or more varieties.
    176. 1 Bloom Small over 7 under 8.5cm
    177. 3 Blooms Small over 7 under 8.5cm two or more varieties.
    178. 1 Bloom Miniature
    179. 3 Blooms Miniature two or more varieties
    180. 1 Branch of Camellia Miniature

      RHODODENDRONS
      Named if possible
      • Premier Bloom.
    181. 1 large, any colour
    182. 1 medium stem, any colour
    183. 1 Miniature stem, any colour
    184. 1 bloom, judged on fragrance

      CONTAINER GROWN PLANTS
    185. Container of spring flowers in bloom
    186. 1 Cymbidium orchid, small flowered
    187. 1 Dendrobium orchid
    188. 1 Orchid of any other type
    189. African violet
    190. Succulent, 1 or more varieties, 1 container
    191. Cactus, 1 or more varieties, 1 container
    192. Plant with variegated or mottled leaf
    193. Foliage plant/s, other than specified
    194. Plant/s in bloom, other than specified
    195. Container of Spring Bulbs - Daffodils
    196. Any other spring bulbs
    197. Miniature Daffodils
    198. Container of Cyclamen
    199. Neckwear - Scarf, Cowl, Shawl, any medium
    200. Rug, Blanket – any medium
    201. Baby’s Matinee or Cardigan
    202. Childs garment - hand knitted
    203. Bootees knitted or crochet
    204. Gloves Mittens or socks knitted
    205. Any other article of knitting
    206. Article - hand spun
    207. Article - cross stitch
    208. Item of embroidery
    209. Item of crochet
    210. Item of patchwork
    211. Soft toy
    212. Any article hand woven or hand felted
    213. Greeting, Birthday card - made at home

      INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL CLASSES
      • Special Award Ribbon for best entry in section
      • Cash Prize for most points in section
    214. Machine sewn article
    215. Hand sewn article
    216. Something made from wool
    217. A toy, any medium
    218. Hand made card
    219. Woodwork
    220. Metalwork
    221. Posy bowl for table centre
    222. Bulb growing in a glass
    223. Flowers in a vase
    224. Cacti and/or succulent garden in a dish

      YEAR 4, 5 AND 6
      • Special Award Ribbon at judge’s discretion
      • Cash Prize for most points in section
    225. A toy made by you
    226. Article from junk
    227. Paint a picture or computer art
    228. Basket of spring flowers
    229. Sand saucer
    230. Flowers floating in a bowl or dish of water
    231. Bean grown in a jar
    232. Vase of flowers
    233. Potted plant
    234. Bulb growing in a glass
    235. Hand made Card

      YEAR 1, 2 AND 3
      • Special Award at judge’s discretion
      • Cash Prize for most points in section
    236. Model using vegetables and/or fruit - to be named
    237. Spring flowers in a teapot
    238. Flowers in a decorated tin
    239. A sand saucer
    240. A miniature Garden
    241. A miniature farmyard
    242. A model, Duplo, Lego etc
    243. Bulb growing in a glass
    244. Spring bulb grown by you in a pot

      PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN
      • Special Award Ribbon at Judges discretion
      • Cash Prize for most points in section
    245. Spring flowers in a boot or shoe
    246.  Junk construction
    247. A model, Duplo, Lego, Torro etc
    248. Sand saucer
    249. Spring Bulb growing in a glass
    250. A miniature farmyard
    251. A miniature Garden

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  • Summer Show

    ROSETTE & TROPHY

    - Gladioli, Champion spike, first day


    ROSETTE

    - Gladioli, Champion spike, second day

    PREMIER AWARDS

    - Gladioli, large flowered, formal

    - Gladioli, large flowered, informal

    - Gladioli, 300 size, 1 vase or spike

    - Gladioli, 200 size, 1 vase or spike

    - Gladioli, seedling from seedling section

    - Gladioli, 1 vase or spike from Amateur Section

    - Gladioli, 1 vase or spike from Children’s Section

    - Rose

    - Cut flowers, 1 vase

     

    The Committee recommends that blooms in the Gladiolus Section may be replaced on the second day. Application must be made to the Secretary for “Replaced Bloom” cards to be placed at the base of the vase. Where vases are required, the Society’s vases must be used.

     

    SIZE CLASSIFICATIONS

    • Miniature Gladiolus - Florets under 64mm
    • Small Gladiolus - 64mm up to 90mm
    • Medium Gladiolus - 90mm up to 115mm
    • Large Gladiolus - 115mm up to 140mm
    • Giant Gladiolus - 140mm and over

     

    COMPETITION

    ••• CASH PRIZE •••

    For all Garden Clubs

    The garden Clubs of the Nelson District are invited to enter an arrangement of flowers in a basket. base of basket not to exceed 350mm.

    We would welcome the Garden Club Members to exhibit their flowers in our Show

     

    GLADIOLI - Open Section


    Formal, Large Flowered, Named
    • Most Points Trophy

    1. 3 spikes, 3 vases
    2. 1 spike, white or cream
    3. 1 spike, green
    4. 1 spike, yellow or buff
    5. 1 spike, orange or salmon
    6. 1 spike, pink
    7. 1 spike, red or scarlet
    8. 1 spike, rose
    9. 1 spike, lavender, purple or violet (blue)
    10. 1 spike, tan or smoky

      Informal, Large Flowered, Named
      • Most Points Trophy
    11. 3 spikes, 3 vases
    12. 1 spike, white or cream
    13. 1 spike, green
    14. 1 spike, yellow or buff
    15. 1 spike, orange or salmon
    16. 1 spike, pink
    17. 1 spike, red or scarlet
    18. 1 spike, rose
    19. 1 spike, lavender, purple or violet (blue)
    20. 1 spike, tan or smoky

      Medium and Small Flowered, Named
      • Most Points Trophy
    21. 3 spikes, 3 varieties, medium, 1 vase
    22. 3 spikes, 1 or 2 varieties, medium, 1 vase
    23. 1 spike, 300 size, informal
    24. 1 spike, 300 size, formal
    25. 3 spikes, 3 varieties, small, 1 vase
    26. 3 spikes, 1 or 2 varieties, small, 1 vase
    27. 1 spike, 200 size
    28. 1 spike, 100 size

      Seedling Classes. Raised by exhibitor
    29. 1 spike, formal, 400 or 500
    30. 1 spike, informal, 400
    31. 1 spike, 300
    32. 1 spike, 100 or 200

      GLADIOLI - Amateur Section
      • TROPHY for most points
      • PREMIER AWARD for best entry

      Formal Large flowered Named if possible
    33. 1 spike, red
    34. 1 spike, white or cream
    35. 1 spike, pink
    36. 1 spike, yellow
    37. 1 spike, lavender, purple or violet (blue)
    38. 1 spike, any other colour

      Informal Large flowered Named if possible
    39. 1 spike, white or cream
    40. 1 spike, red
    41. 1 spike, pink
    42. 1 spike, yellow
    43. 1 spike, lavender, purple or violet (blue)
    44. 1 spike, any other colour

      Medium and Small Flowered Named if possible
    45. 3 spikes, 1 vase, medium and/or small
    46. 1 spike, 300 size, informal
    47. 1 spike, 300 size, formal
    48. 1 spike, 200 size, small

      GLADIOLI - School Children
      • PREMIER AWARD for best entry
    49. 1 spike, formal, large flowered
    50. 1 spike, medium, small or miniature

      DAHLIAS
      ROSETTE AND TROPHY for Champion Dahlia Bloom or Vase
      PREMIER AWARD awarded to premier vase in each of the following:
      DAHLIAS
      Decorative Giant
      - Large
      - Medium
      - Small
      - Miniature
      Cactus
      - Large
      - Medium
      Semi-Cactus Giant
      -
      Large
      - Medium
      Cactus/Semi-Cactus Small
      - Miniature
      - Ball Small
      - Miniature
      Waterlily
      Fimbriated
      Pompone
      Seedling
      Any other type at the discretion of the judge
      Best vase of 3 or 5 blooms
      Best vase in the amateur section

      SIZE CLASSIFICATIONS
      Giant Dahlia  • Diameter of bloom over 250mm
      Large Dahlia • Diameter between 200 - 250mm
      Medium Dahlia • 155mm to 200mm
      Small Dahlia • 115mm to 155mm
      Miniature Dahlia • Below 115mm
      Pompone • Below 50mm

    51. BRIGHTWATER DAHLIA FOR 2016, 2017, 2018 Hamari accord 1 Bloom 1 vase

      DAHLIAS - Open Section
      Blooms to be named
      Decorative
    52. 1 bloom, giant
    53. 1 bloom, large
    54. 3 medium, 1 or more cultivars, 3 vases
    55. 1 medium
    56. 3 small, 2 or 3 cultivars, 1 vase
    57. 3 small, 1 cultivar, 1 vase
    58. 1 bloom, small
    59. 3 miniature, 2 or 3 cultivars, 1 vase
    60. 3 miniature, 1 cultivar, 1 vase
    61. 1 bloom, miniature
    62. 3 small, 1 cultivar, 1 vase
    63. 3 small, 2 or 3 cultivars, 1 vase
    64. 1 bloom, small
    65. 3 miniature, 1 cultivar, 1 vase
    66. 3 miniature, 2 or 3 cultivars, 1 vase
    67. 1 bloom miniature
    68. 3 blooms, 1 or more varieties, 3 vases
    69. 1 bloom
    70. 3 blooms, 3 varieties, 3 vases
    71. 3 blooms, 1 or more varieties, 3 vases
    72. 1 bloom
    73. 3 blooms,3 varieties, 3 vases
    74. 3 blooms, 1 or more varieties, 3 vases
    75. 1 bloom
    76. 3 blooms, small, 2 or3 varieties, 1 vase
    77. 3 blooms, small, 1 or more varieties, 1 vase
    78. 1 bloom, small
    79. 3 blooms, miniature, 2 or 3 varieties, 1 vase
    80. 3 blooms, miniature, 1or more varieties, 1 vase
    81. 1 bloom, miniature
      Waterlily
    82. 3 blooms, 1 cultivar, 1 vase
    83. 3 blooms, 2 or 3 cultivars, 1 vase
    84. 1 bloom
    85. 1 bloom, giant or large
    86. 1 bloom, medium
    87. 3 blooms, small, 1 vase
    88. 1 bloom, small
    89. 5 blooms, 1 or more cultivars, 1 vase
    90. 3 blooms, 1 cultivar, 1 vase
    91. 3 blooms, 2 or 3 cultivars, 1 vase
    92. 3 blooms, 1 cultivar, 1 vase
    93. 3 blooms, 2 or 3 cultivars, 1 vase
    94. 1 bloom
    95. 1 bloom
    96. 1 bloom, bi-coloured, giant, large or medium
    97. 3 blooms, bi-coloured, small or miniature, 1 or more cultivars, 1 vase
    98. 3 blooms, baby dahlias, under 2” (50mm) , 1 vase
    99. 1 bloom, giant, large or medium, any type
    100. 3 blooms, miniature or small, any type, 1 vase

      DAHLIAS - Amateur Section
      PREMIER AWARD for Premier Vase
      TROPHY for most points
    101. 1 bloom, giant or large decorative
    102. 1 bloom, medium decorative
    103. 3 blooms, small, decorative and/or ball, 1 vase
    104. 1 bloom, small, decorative and/or ball
    105. 3 blooms, miniature decorative and/or ball, 1 vase
    106. 1 bloom, miniature, decorative and/or ball
    107. 1 bloom, giant or large semi-cactus
    108. 1 bloom, large cactus/semi-cactus
    109. 1 bloom, medium cactus/semi-cactus
    110. 3 blooms, small semi-cactus and/or cactus, 1 vase
    111. 1 bloom, small semi-cactus or cactus
    112. 3 blooms, miniature semi-cactus and/or cactus, 1 vase
    113. 1 bloom, miniature, semi-cactus or cactus
    114. 1 bloom, fimbriated, giant, large or medium
    115. 3 blooms, fimbriated, small, 1 vase
    116. 3 blooms, waterlily, 1 vase
    117. 1 bloom, waterlily
    118. 3 blooms, pompone, 1 vase
    119. 1 bloom, collarette
    120. 3 blooms, collarette, 1 vase
    121. 3 blooms, bi-colour, any type or size, 1 vase
    122. 1 bloom, bi-colour, any type or size
    123. 3 blooms, distinct types, 1 vase
    124. 1 blooms, other than specified
    125. 3 blooms, miniature, under 2” (50mm), 1 vase
    126. 1 exhibition
    127. 1 decorative
    128. 1 bloom, fully open, any colour
    129. 1 stem floribunda, not more than 3 florets open
    130. 1 stem floribunda, 4 or more florets open
    131. Rose in 3 Stages (1 bud,1 exhibition, 1 fully open), 1 vase
    132. 1 Vase of Fairy or Carpet Rose
    133. 1 vase of roses
    134. 1 vase of old fashioned type roses (to be named)
    135. 1 bloom for perfume
    136. 1 Rose floating in a bowl
    137. 3 exhibition, one or more varieties, 1 vase
    138. 3 decorative, one or more varieties, 1 vase
    139. 3 fully open - 1 vase
    140. 3 small stem, not more than 3 florets open
    141. 1 large stem, 4 or more florets open
    142. 1 vase Roses
    143. Miniature Rose floating in a wineglass not more than 7.5cm across

      DISPLAY CLASSES
      ROSETTE for best entry
      TROPHY for most points
    144. Miniature Beauty Floral arrangement 10cm high
    145. Design in a terracotta pot on a brick base
    146. Dahlias small or medium flowers any foliage, own container
      Not to exceed 60cm of show bench
    147. Arrangement of white and green flowers, foliage, own container
    148. Special Award
    149. Box of 6 roses
    150. Box of 6 Gladiolis florets

      CUT FLOWERS
      Where not specified the number of stems per vase is left to the discretion of the exhibitor, but must not be less than 3. Leaves optional, but must be of plant specified. Buds acceptable.
    151. ROSETTE CLASS
    152. Asters Michaelmas, annual
    153. vase alstroemerias one colour
    154. vase alstroemerias bi-colour
    155. 1 vase Calla Lilies
    156. Cosmos, large
    157. Cosmos, small
    158. Dahlias, 1 vase decorative and/or ball
    159. Dahlias, 1 vase cactus and/or semi-cactus
    160. Dahlias, 1 vase other than specified
    161. 1 vase large Daisies
    162. 1 vase small Daisies
    163. 1 Delphinium
    164. Dianthus
    165. Fuchsias, single, 1 variety, 1 stem or branch
    166. Fuchsias, single, 3 varieties, 3 stems, 1 vase
    167. Fuchsias, double or semi-double, 1 variety, 1 stem or branch
    168. Fuchsias, double or semi-double, 3 varieties, 3 stems, 1 vase
    169. Gerberas
    170. Gladioli
    171. Hydrangeas, mophead, 1 stem
    172. Hydrangeas, lacecap, 1 stem
    173. 1 stem Hydrangea - any other type
    174. 1 stem Hydrangea - hybrid type
    175. Lilium, 1 stem
    176. Lilium, 1 floret
    177. Marigolds, African types
    178. Marigolds, French types
    179. Penstemons
    180. Petunias, single, plain edged
    181. Petunias, single, ruffled
    182. Petunias, double
    183. Roses
    184. 1 vase Statice or straw flowers
    185. Zinnias, large flowered
    186. Zinnias, medium flowered
    187. Zinnias, small flowered
    188. Zinnias, small flowered hybrid
    189. Rock garden plant, low growing, 1 variety
    190. Rock garden plant, 3 or more varieties, 1 vase
    191. Annuals, other than specified, 1 variety
    192. Perennials, other than specified, 1 variety
    193. Native shrubs and/or trees (flowers and/or berries and/or foliage), garden raised hybrids acceptable, 3 vases, 1 variety per vase
    194. Flowering climber, 1 variety
    195. Shrub and/or tree other than specified with berries
    196. Flowering shrubs or trees, 3 varieties other than specified, 3 vases

      CONTAINER GROWN PLANTS
      Each container may have 1 or more plant of the specified variety.
      To be named where possible.
      SPECIAL AWARD for the best exhibit in section.
      CASH PRIZE for most points.
    197. African violet
    198. Miniature Rose growing in a pot
    199. Begonia, foliage
    200. Begonia, fibrous rooted, in flower
    201. Begonia, tuberous, single
    202. Begonia, tuberous, double
    203. Fern, maidenhair (Adiantum)
    204. Fern, native
    205. Fern, any other variety
    206. Plant with variegated or mottled leaf
    207. Impatiens (water fuchsia)
    208. Plant/s in flower, other than specified
    209. Foliage plant/s, other than specified
    210. Potted tree or shrub, not over 1 metre high (including container), topiary allowed
    211. 1 hanging basket, Fuchsia, single
    212. 1 hanging basket, Fuchsia, double
    213. 1 hanging basket, flowering, 3 or more varieties
    214. 1 hanging basket, Begonias
    215. Potted Fuchsia
    216. Plant other than specified

      VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
      Prize for best entry
      ROSETTE CLASS
    217. A collection of not less than 6 varieties fruit and/or vegetables, to be arranged on a suitable tray.
    218. Beans, dwarf, 6 pods
    219. Beans, runner, 6 pods
    220. Beetroot, 3 globe
    221. Beetroot, 3 cylindrical
    222. Cabbage
    223. Carrots, 3
    224. Courgettes or zucchini, 3 (not more than 20cm long)
    225. Sweet corn, 3
    226. Cucumbers, 3 apple
    227. Cucumber, 1 telegraph
    228. Cucumber, 1 other than specified
    229. Marrow
    230. Garlic, 3
    231. Lettuce, firm hearted
    232. Lettuce, loose leaf type
    233. Onions, 3 white
    234. Onions, 3 brown
    235. Onions, 3 red
    236. Shallots, 3
    237. Parsnips, 3
    238. Peas, 6 pods
    239. Radishes, 3
    240. Silverbeet, 3 stalks
    241. Potatoes, 3 white
    242. Potatoes, 3 coloured
    243. Pumpkin, butternut
    244. Pumpkin, any other variety
    245. Rhubarb, 3 stalks
    246. Tomatoes, 3
    247. Tomatoes, 3 Cherry
    248. Any vegetable other than specified
    249. 3 varieties of vegetables, 3 of each, on a suitable tray
    250. Herbs, 3 named bunches, 1 variety per bunch, 3 vases
    251. 3 stonefruit, 1 variet
    252. 3 pipfruit, 1 variety
    253. 3 fruit, 3 varieties
    254. 6 Berry fruit on saucer
    255. Grapefruit, 3 of one variety
    256. Lemons, 3 of one variety
    257. Mandarins, 3 of one variety
    258. Oranges, 3 of one variety

      INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL CLASSES
      CASH PRIZE for most points in section
      SPECIAL AWARD at judge’s discretion
    259. Flower in an upside down jar underwater
    260. Paint a terracotta pot and plant it
    261. Posy for grandma
    262. Plant in a pot - to be grown by you
    263. Cactus/Succulent garden in a suitable container

      YEAR 4, 5 AND 6
      CASH PRIZE for most points in section
      SPECIAL AWARD at judge’s discretion
    264. Flowers in a vase
    265. Sand saucer
    266. Grow a bean in a jar
    267. Model using vegetables and/or fruit - to be named
    268. Decorated pot with a plant in it
    269. Plant grown from a vegetable or a fruit. eg. pineapple, carrot, kumara etc

      YEAR 1, 2 AND 3
      CASH PRIZE - for most points in section
      SPECIAL AWARD - at judge’s discretion
    270. Flowers in an unusual container
    271. A sand saucer
    272. Vegetable of fruit animal - named
    273. Grow a plant in a pot
    274. Junk construction

      PRE-SCHOOL
      CASH PRIZE - for most points
      SPECIAL AWARD - at judge’s discretion
    275. Vase of flowers
    276. Flowers in a teapot
    277. Leaf prints
    278. Finger Painting
    279. Coloured picture of you

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