West Virginia Black Walnut Festival Flower Show 2016
Sponsored by Hill and Hollow Garden Club
Theme: Autumn Blaze
1. An exhibitor may enter more than one entry per class provided each is of a different color or type. Classes may be subdivided by form, color, etc.
2. Entries must be grown by the exhibitor. Label non-paper containers with the name of the flower or plant and exhibitor’s name and address (sticky address labels work well.)
3. Entries will be received 6:00 to 8:00 PM Wednesday, October12th, and 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon Thursday, October 13th, on the porch/deck area of the Heritage Park Community Building in the City of Spencer.
4. Judging will be at 12:00 Noon Thursday, October 13th. Ribbons will be awarded.
5. Entries may be picked up by 2:00 pm on Sunday, October 16th. Those remaining may be discarded.
6. The Garden Club, Festival Committee, nor the City of Spencer can be responsible for the safety of persons or personal property, although reasonable care will be taken for the protection of both. Questions may be directed to 927.1356.
Section A. Non-hanging container-grown plants. Container not to exceed 8” in diameter
Class 1. African violet
Class 2. Cactus or succulent
Class 3. Flowering Plant, in bloom
Class 4. Foliage Plant, grown primarily for foliage, may have insignificant flowers
Class 5. Combination Planting (dish garden)
Section B. Herbs, cut, one stem or spray
Class 6. Basil
Class 7. Lavender
Class 8. Mint
Class 9. Oregano
Class 10. Rosemary
Class 11. Parsley
Class 12. Sage, common
Class 13. Thyme
Section C. Annuals, cut, one stem or spray
Class 14. Ageratum
Class 15. Cosmos
Class 16. Petunia
Class 17. Zinnia
Class 18. Marigold
Class 19. Celosia (cockscomb, Chinese Woolflower)
Class 20. Dahlia over 5” wide
Class 21. Dahlia under 5” wide
Class 22. Any other annual
Section D. Perennials, cut, one stem or spray
Class 23. Coreopsis
Class 24. Chrysanthemum, spray
Class 25. Echinacea, YELLOW CONEFLOWER, paradoxa, drooping yellow to orange-yellow rays surrounding brown cone, smooth leaves, lance-shaped 8” long.
Class 26. Echinacea, PURPLE CONEFLOWER, purpurea, drooping rosy-purple rayswith orange-brown cone; can be rosy-pink, white, clear pink, rosy-pink double, or white withorange-yellow cone, leaves bristly, oblong 3-8” long.
Class 27. Rudbeckia, CONEFLOWER, Black-eyed Susan, orange-yellow rays, purplish-black cone, rough, hairy stems & lance-shaped leaves to 4” long, rough & hairy.
Class 28. Sedum
Class 29. Any other perennial
Section E. Rose (Rosa)
Class 30. Hybrid Tea, one bloom
Class 31. Floribunda, one spray
Class 32. Grandiflora, one bloom or spray
Class 33. Miniature, one bloom or one spray
Class 34. Other Rose, any variety, one bloom or spray
Section F. Foliage, some bloom permitted, but generally grown for foliage or color; cut specimen not to exceed 15” in length, excluding container
Class 35. Coleus
Class 36. Hosta
Class 37. Fern
Class 38. Caladium
Class 39. Ivy
Class 40. Any other foliage or vine
Section G. Arboreal, Plants or woody perennials, trees & shrubs, branches with foliage flowers, fruits or cones, cut specimen not to exceed 15” in length, excluding container
Class 41. Needled Evergreen, conifer branch
Class 42. Holly (Ilex)
Class 43. Boxwood (Buxus)
Class 44. Any other shrub or bush
Section H. Fresh Arrangement
Class 45. Mass arrangement under 6 inches tall, excluding container
Class 46. Mass arrangement, 6 inches tall and over, excluding container
Section I. Dried Arrangement
Class 47. Mass arrangement under 6 inches tall, excluding container
Class 48. Mass arrangement 6 inches tall and over, excluding container