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  • Galain the

    Garden

    CHINGUACOUSY GARDEN CLUB

    2015 FLOWER SHOW SCHEDULE

  • CHINGUACOUSY GARDEN CLUB CLUB EMBLEM:COLUMBINE (AQUILEGIA CANADENSIS)

    41st Annual Flower Show

    THEME: GALA IN THE GARDEN

    LOCATION: Bramalea Retirement Residence 30 Peel Centre Dr Phone: (905) 790-7900

    SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 2015ENTRY PLACEMENT 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 NOON

    JUDGING 12:00 2:00 P.M.OPEN HOUSE 2:00 4:00 P.M.

    ENTRY REMOVAL 4:00 P.M. SHARP

    TROPHIES & AWARDS WILL BE PRESENTED AT THE CLUB MEETING:November 10, 2015, 7:30 p.m. BRAMALEA RETIREMENT RESIDENCE

    QUERIES? CALL RUTH @ 905-460-1790 (Before September 10th)SHOW SPONSORED BY: CHINGUACOUSY GARDEN CLUB

    AND THE CITY OF BRAMPTON

  • table of contentsAwards 1

    How to Enter 3

    Rules 4

    Section 1 - Decorative 8

    Section 2 - Cultural 9

    Section 3 - Roses 12

    Section 4 - Photography 13

    Section 5 - African Violets 13

    Section 6A - Houseplants 14

    Section 6B - Patio Pots 14

    Section 7 - Fruit & Vegetables 15

  • awards

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    The trophies are the property of the CHINGUACOUSY GARDEN CLUB, for annual presentation, and will be retained by the Club in the Trophy Showcase at the old Bramalea Civic Centre.

    1) Presidents Trophy awarded to the BEST DECORATIVE entry, Section 1, as selected by the judge.

    2) Novice Trophy awarded to BEST DECORATIVE ENTRY BY A NOVICE, as selected by the judge.

    3) Diane Murphy Trophy BEST USE OF COLOUR IN A DESIGN, as selected by the judge.

    4) Past Presidents Trophy awarded for the MOST POINTS IN DECORATIVE CLASSES 1-5, Section 1.

    5) James Archdekin Trophy awarded to BEST CUTFLOWER ENTRY, (class 12a - 30) Section 2a, as selected by the judge.

    6) Humber Trophy awarded to the BEST PERENNIAL IN SHOW, (class 32 - 44) Section 2b, as selected by the judge.

    7) Gardeners Trophy awarded for MOST POINTS IN SECTION 2. (Cultural)

    8) Julie Best Trophy Best Arrangement of Garden Flowers in a Vase (class 31)

    9) Chinguacousy Garden Club Trophy BEST ROSE IN SHOW, Section 3, as selected by the judge.

    10) The Chinguacousy Garden Club Photography Trophy awarded to the best entry in PHOTOGRAPHY, Section 4 as selected by the judge

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    11) Robert E. Craig Memorial Trophy awarded to BEST HOUSEPLANT IN SHOW, (excluding African Violet & Orchid) Section 6, as selected by the judge.

    12) Directors Trophy awarded for the most points in FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, Section 7.

    13) Edible Garden Trophy awarded for BEST FRUIT OR VEGETABLE in Section 7.

    14) Members Challenge Trophy awarded for MOST POINTS IN ENTIRE SHOW.

    TOTAL POINTS AWARDED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING POINTS SYSTEM:5 Points for each 1st award3 Points for each 2nd award1 Point for each 3rd award

    Prizes will be awarded to Trophy Winners.

  • How to Enter

    3

    HOW DO I ENTER A FLOWER SHOW?

    1. Read the Flower Show Rules carefully to see what is required for each class. If you have any questions, call our Convener or Co-convener.

    2. The night before the competition, or early in the morning, cut the flowers and immediately place in a bucket of warm water. Always cut one or two extra stems in case one gets damaged en route to the show.

    3. Try to choose flowers that have fresh stamen and are roughly the same size with straight stems and fresh, undamaged foliage.

    4. When entering a collection of cut flowers or herbs, choose several varieties, at least two of each, and list the varieties on a separate sheet and number them. The edge is often given to the exhibit with more varieties, provided all other requirements are met and the entry is in show condition.

    5. Carefully groom and remove any damaged petals, foliage, bugs, pollen or spent blooms before exhibiting the specimen or houseplant.

    6. Remember a bud showing colour is considered a bloom. So carefully disbud before exhibiting a single bloom.

    7. Only self-foliage is permitted to be attached to the exhibit unless otherwise stated.

    Enjoy the many things a flower show has to offer. You never know, your entry might just win a ribbon!

  • rules

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    FLOWER SHOW RULES

    1. The decision of the judges will be final.

    2. Decorative classes will be open to flower arrangers from Garden Clubs and Horticultural Societies. Cultural classes will be open to any Garden Club or Horticultural Society members. (Cut flowers, house plants, and vegetables).

    3. Exhibits will be received from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Saturday, September 12, 2015. NO ENTRY PLACEMENT WILL BE PERMITTED AFTER 12:00 p.m. LATE ENTRIES WILL BE PLACED ON AN EXHIBIT ONLY TABLE AND WILL NOT BE JUDGED.

    4. All entries must be removed from Showroom at 4:00 p.m. Saturday September 12, 2015 after the announcement of Show closing.

    5. The Garden Club will NOT be responsible for the property of exhibitors.

    6. No awards will be made to mediocre exhibits, even though they may be the only ones entered.

    7. Exhibitors are permitted to make only one entry in any class, except where noted.

    8. Exhibitors should place entries in section specified and leave, making room for the next person to place entries.

    9. Exhibitors are responsible for the correctness of their Entry Cards. Cards are supplied by the club, when entries are being received, or at a previous meeting. (suggestion: use address labels)

    10. Once the judging has commenced, no exhibitor may change or move their exhibit. Exhibits may, however, be moved carefully after judging to give a more pleasing aspect to the show.

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    11. Containers for entries will be provided, except for small entries. Bowls for floating begonias and fully open roses will be provided. For many stemmed entries (e.g. pansies, violas, nasturtiums, sweet peas) exhibitor to provide container.

    12. Bloom is an individual flower, one to a stem, with no sign of bud. Spray is the portion of plant, or a plants lateral or side shoots, with a number of flowers on one stem. More than one must be open. Stalk or Stem is a portion of plant bearing one or more flowers and buds. A bud showing colour must be considered a bloom.

    13. Specimen bloom(s) must be grown by exhibitor.

    14. Cultural flowers must be shown with their own FOLIAGE.

    15. Judges may use their own discretion if, to simplify judging, a class needs to be divided. (i.e. if class is too large and there are three of one variety).

    16. Vegetables and fruits must be grown by exhibitor.

    17. When three is stated, no more and no less may be exhibited.

    18. All pots must be clean, with exhibitors name on bottom of pot. No restrictions on supports for plants.

    19. Potted plants MUST have been in possession of the exhibitor for at least TWO MONTHS prior to Show.

    20. Entrants must supply own containers for decorative designs.

    21. No exhibits with pests or signs of infestation are permitted. Please inspect your entries before placing them.

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    RULES FOR THE DECORATIVE CLASS

    1. Decorative classes are open to flower-arranging members of the Chinguacousy Garden Club and other horticultural societies.

    2.Judging standards for decorative classes are:(regular size) Design elements & principles 35 Conformity to theme & class title 25Creativity 20 Distinction/condition 20 Total 100

    (small and miniature) Design elements & principles 40 Conformity to theme & class title 20Creativity 25 Distinction/condition 15 Total 100

    3. Fresh material only (unless otherwise stated) is to be used and may be obtained from any source. Natural materials such as decorative foliage, twigs, driftwood, evergreens, moss, rocks, grasses and flowering shrubs may be used as an adjunct and may be obtained from any source. All flower designs are to be the work of the exhibitor. The use of artificial material will not be permitted (only exception a bunch of plastic grapes). Accessories are permitted to complete the design or develop the theme, but must be in scale. No cut fruit is allowed, only whole where specified.

    4. Niches will be supplied by the Club for Decorative Classes where stated. Niche size is important when planning your design; your tallest branch should be within an inch or two of top of niche. Niche size is: height 31 x 22 wide.

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    5. A Novice is a beginner one who has not yet won three 1st place ribbons at our Show or any other Major Show, i.e. Canada Blooms, Successful Gardening, etc. Novice should put a large N on front of entry card.

    CARE OF CUT FLOWERS AND FOLIAGE

    The terms hardening and conditioning refer to the care needed so that cut stem can fill up with water and prevent wilting. Store in cool, dark, draft-free place.

    GENERAL RULES

    Cut stem on a slant for better water intake, preferably underwater. Place in pail of tepid water IMMEDIATELY (take pail to garden). Soak as much length of stem as possible, several hours or overnight. If hard stem, split upward of 1. If woody, (i.e. mums) scrape 2 at bottom, slit and hammer. If hollow stem (delph.) burn ends with flame to keep sap in, or hold stem in boiling water 1 minute. While in garden, dip stem in sand until you can treat. Cover bloom and foliage with bag when putting stem in boiling water. For decorative entries already conditioned, just re-cut stems. To carry flowers to Show, use pail with 1 water. Blooms that shatter easily are best transported in long cardboard box or picnic cooler, wrap stem in wet towel, rest necks on a cardboard roll.

  • decorative

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    SECTION 1 DECO