Department B – Floriculture

Exhibits must be prepared to standard show specifications.  The exhibitor must be the actual grower of the flowers entered.  Uniform containers will be furnished for all flowers except arrangements.  Arrangements must be sturdy enough to hold together while being moved.  Flowers are to be placed in the containers by the exhibitor.   Exhibitor may enter more than one exhibit in each class, provided that each variety is named.

Sub-Classes for Department B

  1. Child, 5 – 11 years
  2. Youth, 12 – 18 years
  3. Adult, 19 – 59 years
  4. Senior, 60+ years
  5. People with Disabilities

Division 1101 – Garden Flowers

Class/Description

  1. Asters, 5 blossoms
  2. Calendulas, 3 stems
  3. Carnations, 3 stems
  4. Chrysanthemums, 3 stems
  5. Cockscomb, 1 stem
  6. Cosmos, 5 stems
  7. Dahlias, formal, 1 blossom
  8. Dahlias, informal, 1 blossom
  9. Dahlias, ball type, 1 blossom
  10. Dahlias, pompons, 2 blossoms
  11. Daisies, 3 blossoms
  12. Delphinium, 2 stems
  13. Dianthus, 5 stems
  14. Gaillardias, 1 stem
  15. Gladiolus, 1 stem
  16. Marigold, giant hybrid, 3 blossoms
  17. Marigold, Chrysanthemum, 3 blossoms
  18. Marigolds, dwarf, 5 stems
  19. Nasturtiums, 5 blossoms
  20. Petunias, 3 blossoms
  21. Phlox, 3 stems
  22. Roses, hybrid teas, 1 blossom
  23. Roses, larger varieties, 1 stem or 3 blossoms
  24. Zinnias, ruffled hybrid, 3 blossoms
  25. Zinnias, large type, 3 blossoms
  26. Zinnias, pompon type, 3 blossoms
  27. Any other flower, named, 3 stems

Division 1102 – Floral Arrangements

(Must be new or different from previous years)

Class/Description

  1. Dried arrangement
  2. Fresh arrangement
  3. Mini arrangement
  4. Centerpiece
  5. Do your own thing

Division 1103 – House Plants

Class/Description

  1. Aspidistra (Cast-Iron)
  2. Begonia
  3. Bonsai
  4. Cactus
  5. Bromeliads
  6. Ceropegia (Rosary Vine/String of Hearts)
  7. Chlorophytum (Spider or Airplane)
  8. Coleus
  9. Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane)
  10. Dracaena (Dragon Tree)
  11. Fern
  12. Ficus
  13. Gynura (Purple Passion or Velvet)
  14. Hoya (Wax Plant)
  15. Hypoestes (Polka Dot or Freckle Face)
  16. Ivy
  17. Impatiens
  18. Iresine (Beefstake or Blood Leaf)
  19. Maranta (Prayer Plant)
  20. Oxalis (Shamrock Plant)
  21. Pelargonium (Geranium)
  22. Peperomia
  23. Philodendron
  24. Pilea
  25. Plectranthus (Swedish Ivy)
  26. Rhoeo (Moses in the Cradle)
  27. Saintpaulia (African violet)
  28. Sansevieria (Mother-In-Law/Snake)
  29. Sedum
  30. Schefflera or Brassaia (Umbrella Tree)
  31. Succulent
  32. Syngonium/Nephthytis
  33. Tolmiea (Piggyback)
  34. Tripogandra (Tahitian Bridal Veil)
  35. Zebrina (Purple Wandering Jew)
  36. Terrarium or Dish Garden
  37. Flowering Bulb, not listed
  38. Flowering Shrub, not listed
  39. Flowering Annual, not listed
  40.  Flowering Perennial, not listed
  41. Exotic Plant (Carnivorous Plant)
  42. Foliage Plant, not listed
  43. Vine Plant, not listed
  44. Fruited Plant, not listed
  45. Orchids
  46. Palms
  47. Conifer

Division 1104 – Apiary

Class/Description

  1. Extracted Honey, 3 jars
  2. Comb Honey, in container
  3. Framed Honey Comb
  4. Beeswax