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Flower Show
Presented by
The Bourbon County Garden Clubs


The Bourbon County Garden Clubs Present:

A Standard Flower Show 

“Inspired by Charlie Brown”





General Rules:
1. Entries are open to all residents of Bourbon County and Garden Club members.
2. One entry per person in each Design Division.
3. Natural flowers and foliage are permitted.
4. Dried natural materials are allowed.
5. Accessories are permitted in all Divisions.
6. Exhibits will be received from 8:30 AM to 11:30 am on Monday June 22,2015. Judging will begin at 1:00 PM by accredited flower show judges. All exhibits are to be removed on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 before 11:00 AM.
7. The judge’s decision is final.
8. Horticulture entries are limited to 12 per person.

Design Division [Adult]
Premiums are Blue $3.00, Red $2.00, and White $1.00
Backgrounds will be provided.
“Charlie Brown, Where are you?”
1. “Are you in Peppermint Patty’s Garden?” an arrangement using herbs.
2. “Is Charlie Brown playing football with his friends?” - a mass arrangement.
3. “Has Charlie Brown gone to hear Schroeder play the piano?”- your own interpretation.
4. “Are Lucy and Charlie Brown in the pumpkin patch?” - an arrangement using orange flowers.
5. “Is Charlie Brown taking Snoopy for a walk?” - an all green arrangement.
6. “Where is Snoopy’s dog house?” - a design that is 5 inches by 5 inches

Design Division [Youth]
Ages 5 to 18 years
Premiums are the same as adults. Horticulture is the same as adults
1. “Woodstock, the bird” - an arrangement using yellow flowers.
2. “Snoopy, the dog” - own interpretation. Educational Exhibit by The Paris Orchid Society Educational Exhibits
H – Fairy Gardens by Ann Davis McClain.
I – Orchids by The Paris Orchid Society.

Horticulture (Adult)
Premiums: Blue-$3.00, Red-$2.00, White $1.00
Rules
1. Open to all residents of Bourbon County and Garden Club members.
2. One specimen per person in each horticulture class. A specimen is one stem.
3. A specimen must be in a proper container, pop bottle or vase at least 6 inches high. No paper cups or soda cans.
4. All specimens must be grown and identified by exhibitor. Cut annual must have been in exhibitor’s possession from seeds, cuttings or immature plants, perennials for at least 90 days.
1. Astilbe
2. Aster
3. Artemisia
4. Baby’s Breath
5. Bachelor Button-cornflower
6. Buddleia-butterfly bush
7. Butterfly Weed
8. Begonia
9. Caladium
10. Celosia—
a. plumed
b. crested
11. Clematis
12. Cleome
13. Coleus
14. Columbine
15. Coral Bells
16. Coreopsis
17. Cosmos
18. Campanula
19. Dahlia
20. Daisy—
a. Shasta
b. Painted
c. Gerbera
21. Daylily—
a. pastel
b. summer vibrant
c. re-bloomer
22. Dianthus
23. Echinacea-coneflower
24. Flowering Shrubs
25. Gaillardia
26. Geranium-hardy
27. Gladiolus
28. Grasses-Ornamental
29. Herbs
30. Hibiscus-hardy
31. Hosta-foliage only
32. Hollyhock
33. Hydrangeas—
a. Oak leaf
b. Annabelle
c. others
34. Lantana
35. Larkspur
36. Liatris
37. Lily—
a. Asiatic
b. Calla
c. Oriental
d. Trumpet
38. Marigold—
a. small
b. large
39. Monarda-bee-balm
40. Petunia
41. Phlox
42. Primrose
43. Roses—
a. Floribunda and Shrub
b. Grandifiora
c. Hybrid Tea
d. English
e. Miniature
44. Rudbeckia—black eyed Susan
45. Sedum
46. Salvia
47. Snapdragon
48. Sunflower
49. Sweet Pea
50. Scabiosa-pincushion flower
51. Verbena
52. Veronica
53. Wildflower
54. Yarrow
55. Zinnia—
a. small
b. large
56. Container grown plants- pots not
to exceed 12 inches
a. flowering baskets
b. ferns
c. African Violets
d. Orchids
e. other
57. Miscellaneous

HORTICULTURE DIVISION (YOUTH)
58. Astilbe
59. Aster
60. Artemisia
61. Baby’s Breath
62. Bachelor Button-cornflower
63. Buddleia-butterfly bush
64. Butterfly Weed
65.Begonia
66. Caladium
67. Celosia—
a. plumed
b. crested
68. Clematis
69. Cleome
70. Coleus
71. Columbine
72. Coral Bells
73. Coreopsis
74. Cosmos
75. Campanula
76. Dahlia
77. Daisy—
a. Shasta
b. Painted
c. Gerbera
78. Daylily—
a. pastel
b. summer vibrant
c. re-bloomer
79. Dianthus
80. Echinaceaconeflower
81. Flowering Shrubs
82. Gaillardia
83. Geranium-hardy
84. Gladiolus
85. Grasses-Ornamental
86. Herbs
87. Hibiscus-hardy
88. Hosta-foliage only
89. Hollyhock
90. Hydrangeas—
a. Oak leaf
b. Annabelle
c. others
91. Lantana
92. Larkspur
93. Liatris
94. Lily—
a. Asiatic
b. Calla
c. Oriental
d. Trumpet
95. Marigold—
a. small
b. large
96. Monarda-bee-balm
97. Petunia
98. Phlox
99. Primrose
100. Roses—
a. Floribunda and Shrub
b. Grandifiora
c. Hybrid Tea
d. English
e. Miniature
101. Rudbeckia—black eyed Susan
102. Sedum
103. Salvia
104. Snapdragon
105. Sunflower
106. Sweet Pea
107. Scabiosa-pincushion flower
108. Verbena
109. Veronica
110. Wildflower
111. Yarrow
112. Zinnia—
a. small
b. large
113. Container grown plants- pots
not to exceed 12 inches
a. flowering baskets
b. ferns
c. African Violets
d. Orchids
e. other
114. Miscellaneous