DIRECTOR IN CHARGE: Darlene Lewis (705-377-7160,

1. Flowers are to be shown with own foliage and no artificial colouring, unless specified.
2. Tags must be securely attached to containers with rubber bands, string, tape, etc., or they will not be judged.
3. A bloom is an individual flower, one on a stem.
4. A bud showing colour is counted as a bloom.
5. A stem or stalk may have more than one flower or bud, eg. Sweet Pea, Lavatera.
6. A spike is an upright stem with several flowers, eg. Glad or Snapdragon.
7. A spray is a portion of the plant with a number of flowers on one stem, eg. Mum.
8. Pot size no larger than 12” for potted plants.

Prize Money for All Sections: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00

1. African Violet, Ruffled, Single Crown
2. African Violet, Bicolour, Single Crown
3. African Violet, Any Colour, Single Crown
4. Begonia, One White, Tuberous
5. Begonia, One Yellow, Tuberous
6. Begonia, One Red, Tuberous
7. Begonia, One Orange, Tuberous
8. Begonia, One Salmon, Tuberous
9. Begonia, One Any Other Colour, Tuberous
10. Begonia, One Wax, Any Colour
11. Canna Lily, Any Colour
12. Ivy Plant
13. Ivy Geranium
14. Geranium, One Red Plant
15. Geranium, One White Plant
16. Geranium, One Plant, Any Other Colour
17. Shamrock Plant
18. Coleus Plant
19. Aloe Vera Plant
20. House Plant with a Religious Name
21. Miniature Dahlia Plant
22. Elephant Ear Plant
23. Cacti Plant
24. New Guinea Impatience Plant
25. Any other variety of potted plant
26. Fern, Any Type

Judge’s Choice from all Potted Plants – Prize Ribbon

27. Asters, Three, Tall (Over 12”)
28. Astilbe, Three Stems
29. Calendulas, One Stem
30. Gladioli, One Red Spike
31. Gladioli, One White Spike
32. Gladioli, One Yellow Spike
33. Gladioli, One Bicolour Spike
34. Gladioli, One Pink Spike
35. Gladioli, One Spike, Any Other Colour
36. Gladioli, One Mini Spike
37. Bee Balm, Three Stems, Any Colour
38. Black-Eyed Susan, Three Stems
39. Butterfly Bush, One Stem
40. Cosmos, Three Stems
41. Coneflower, Three Singles
42. Coneflower, One Double
43. Clematis, Three Blooms
44. Dahlia, Large (Over 6”)
45. Dahlia, Small (Under 5”)
46. Daisy, Shasta, Three Blooms
47. Hydrangea, One Stem
48. Hollyhock, One Spike, Any Colour
49. Iris, One Bloom
50. Lavatera, Three Blooms
51. Lily, Not Day Lily, Any Other Kind
52. Marigolds, Three Blooms Up To 2½” (6 cm)
53. Marigolds, Three Blooms Over 2½” (6 cm)
54. Marigolds, Three Blooms, Bicolour
55. Morning Glory, One Bloom
56. Nasturtiums, Three of the Same Colour
57. Nicatiana, Three Stems
58. Pansies, Three Stems
59. Petunias, Three Singles
60. Petunias, Three Doubles
61. Phlox, One Bloom, Any Colour
62. Poppy, Three Stems
63. Salvia, One Spike
64. Snapdragon, Two Spikes
65. Zinnias, Three
66. Outdoor Container, Three Varieties
67. Three Blooms, All Same, Any Other Annual, Named
68. Three Blooms, All Different, Perennial, Named
69. One Spray of Miniature Roses, Any Colour
70. One Rose, Any Colour

Judge’s Choice from all Specimen Flowers – Prize Ribbon

71. Beginner’s Luck (First time exhibitor)
72. Floating Fantasy (One flower in a suitable container with own foliage)
73. Coffee Pot Arrangement
74. Family Memories (Flowers our family has always grown)
75. Hydrangea Arrangement
76. An arrangement using different shades of yellow flowers
77. An arrangement of pansies in a tea cup
78. Autumn Glow (An arrangement in a rubber boot with/without accessories)
79. Rise & Shine (Arrangement in a Coffee Mug)
80. Roadside Beauty (An arrangement using roadside grasses, flowers, etc.)
81. Buttered Up (Featured in a butter dish)
82. The Family Farm (An arrangement in an old-fashioned container)
83. Lover’s Lane (An arrangement of roses)
84. i-Pod (An arrangement with pods and seeds)
85. Engagement (Table arrangement using Candles)
86. Pink Plumage (Arrangement using pink flowers)
87. Shaver’s Delight (An arrangement featuring shaving tools)
88. Sunny Roads (Arrangement featuring different varieties of sunflowers)
89. Tough Truck (An arrangement using a child’s truck as a container)
90. Time Marches On (Arrangement depicting Remembrance Day)
91. Green Thumb
92. Arrangement of Tiger Lilies
93. Arrangement of Miniature Roses
94. Arrangement of Gladiolas
95. Arrangement of Sunflowers
96. Arrangement of Perennials (using at least six different varieties)
97. Arrangement of Annuals (using all the same flower)

Judge’s Choice from all Arrangements – Prize Ribbon