Show Schedule for 2001

SCHEDULE OF HORTICULTURAL CLASSES

SECTION A

– Single stem, standard daffodil

SECTION B

– Three stems, one standard cultivar or species daffodil

SECTION C

– Collection of five different standard cultivars and/or species, one stem each

A B C

DIVISION 1 – TRUMPET DAFFODILS

109

Yellow perianth, yellow trumpet 1 8

Colored perianth, orange/red trumpet 2 8

Yellow perianth, pink in trumpet 3 9

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white 4 10

White perianth, yellow/orange trumpet 5 11

White perianth, pink in trumpet 6 12

White perianth, white trumpet 7 13

DIVISION 2 – LONG-CUPPED DAFFODILS 110

Yellow perianth, yellow cup 14 26

Colored perianth, predominately orange/red cup 15 27

Yellow perianth, rimmed orange/red cup 16 27

Yellow perianth, pink in cup 17 28

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white 18 29

White perianth, yellow cup 19 30

White perianth, yellow rimmed cup 20 30

White perianth, orange or red cup 21 31

White perianth, orange or red rimmed cup 22 31

White perianth, pink cup 23 32

White perianth, pink rimmed cup 24 32

White perianth, white cup 25 33

DIVISION 3 – SHORT-CUPPED DAFFODILS 111

Yellow perianth, yellow cup 34 45

Colored perianth, predom. orange or red cup 35 46

Colored perianth, orange or red rimmed cup 36 46

Colored perianth, pink in cup 37 47

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white 38 48

White perianth, predominately yellow cup 39 49

White perianth, yellow rimmed cup 40 49

White perianth, orange or red cup 41 50

White perianth, orange or red rimmed cup 42 50

White perianth, pink in cup 43 51

White perianth, white cup 44 52

DIVISION 4 – DOUBLE DAFFODILS 112

Yellow perianth, one bloom per stem 53 57

White perianth, one bloom per stem 54 57

Yellow perianth, more than one bloom per stem 55 58

White perianth, more than one bloom per stem 56 58

DIVISION 5 – TRIANDRUS DAFFODILS 113

Yellow perianth, yellow, orange or red cup 59 64

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white 60 64

White perianth, yellow, orange or red cup 61 65

White perianth, pink in cup 62 65

White perianth, white cup 63 65

DIVISION 6 – CYCLAMINEUS DAFFODILS 114

Yellow perianth, yellow cup 66 73

Colored perianth, orange or red cup 67 73

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white 68 73

White perianth, yellow cup 69 74

White perianth, orange or red cup 70 74

White perianth, pink in cup 71 74

White perianth, white cup 72 74

DIVISION 7 – JONQUILLA DAFFODILS 115

Yellow perianth, yellow cup 75 82

Colored perianth, orange or red cup 76 82

Colored perianth, pink cup 77 82

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white 78 82

White perianth, yellow, orange, or red cup 79 83

White perianth, pink in cup 80 83

White perianth, white cup 81 83

DIVISION 8 – TAZETTA DAFFODILS 116

Yellow perianth, yellow, orange, or red cup 84 88

White perianth, yellow cup 85 89

White perianth, orange or red cup 86 89

White perianth, white cup 87 89

DIVISION 9 – POETICUS DAFFODILS 117

White perianth, eye green 90 92

White perianth, eye any other color 91 92

DIVISION 10 – BULBOCODIUM DAFFODILS 93 94 118

DIVISION 11 – SPLIT CORONA DAFFODILS 119

Colored perianth, col. cup, one bloom/stem 95 100

White perianth, yel./org. cup, 1 bloom/stem 96 101

White perianth, pink in cup, one bloom/stem 97 101

White perianth, white cup, one bloom/stem 98 101

Any cultivar, more than one bloom per stem 99 102

DIVISION 12 – MISCELLANEOUS DAFFODILS 120

Any cultivar, one bloom per stem 103 105

Any cultivar, more than one bloom per stem 104 105

DIVISION 13 – SPECIES, WILD VARIANTS, WILD HYBRIDS 121

Any species, one bloom per stem 106 108

Any species, more than one bloom per stem 107 108

 

SECTION D

– Single stem, miniature daffodilSECTION E

– Three stems, one miniature cultivar or species daffodilSECTION F

– Small Growers Section – open to anyone growing 100 or fewer standard cultivars and or species. All entries are standard single stems.D E F

DIVISION 1 – TRUMPET DAFFODILS

122 135 148DIVISION 2 – LONG-CUPPED DAFFODILS

123 136 149DIVISION 3 – SHORT-CUPPED DAFFODILS

124 137 150DIVISION 4 – DOUBLE DAFFODILS

125 138 151DIVISION 5 – TRIANDRUS DAFFODILS

126 139 152DIVISION 6 – CYCLAMINEUS DAFFODILS

127 140 153DIVISION 7 – JONQUILLA DAFFODILS

128 141 154DIVISION 8 – TAZETTA DAFFODILS

129 142 155DIVISION 9 – POETICUS DAFFODILS

130 143 156DIVISION 10 – BULBOCODIUM DAFFODILS

131 144 157DIVISION 11 – SPLIT CORONA DAFFODILS

132 145 158DIVISION 12 – MISCELLANEOUS DAFFODILS

133 146 159DIVISION 13 – SPECIES, WILD VARIANTS, WILD HYBRIDS

134 147 160

SECTION G – SINGLE AND THREE STEM INTERMEDIATE CLASSES

Class 161 One intermediate stem, Division 1

Class 162 One intermediate stem, Division 2

Class 163 One intermediate stem, Division 3

Class 164 One intermediate stem, Division 4

Class 166 One intermediate stem, Division 11

Class 167 One intermediate stem, Division 12

Class 168 Three intermediate stems of one cultivar, Division 1, 2, 3, 4, 11 or 12

SECTION H – JUNIOR DIVISION

– Exhibitors 18 years of age or younger. Junior exhibitors are not restricted to this section; they may elect to enter other sections for which they qualify.

Class 169 One standard stem, Division 1, 2 or 3

Class 170 One standard stem, Division 4 through 13

Class 171 One stem of any miniature daffodil

Class 172 Three standard stems of one cultivar or species, any division

Class 173 Three miniature stems of one cultivar or species, any division

Class 174 Five different cultivars, either all standard or all miniature

SECTION I – STANDARD DAFFODIL COLLECTIONS

– One stem each of standard cultivars or species from any division(s) individually labeled

Class 175 Five pink cupped standard cultivars with white perianth from RHS Divisions 1, 2 and 3. This class is eligible for the Pink Collection Trophy.

Class 176 Five white standard cultivars from RHS Divisions 1, 2 and 3.This class is eligible for the White Collection Trophy.

Class 177 Five yellow standard cultivars from RHS Divisions 1, 2 and 3.This class is eligible for the Yellow Collection Trophy.

Class 178 Five red and/or orange cupped standard cultivars with colored perianth from RHS Divisions 1, 2, 3.This class is eligible for the Ben Hager Award.

Class 179 Five single floreted cultivars of intermediate sized daffodils from RHS Divisions 1, 2, 3, 4, 11 or 12. Bloom is normally between 1.5 and 3 inches in diameter.

Class 180 Five daffodil cultivars of American breeding. See rule #5. This class is eligible for the ADS Red-White-Blue Ribbon.

Class 181 Five standard daffodil cultivars with perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white. This class is eligible for the ADS Maroon Ribbon.

Class 182 Five standard daffodil cultivars that originated in the same country (not USA).

Class 183 Twelve cultivars and/or species from not less than 4 divisions. This class is eligible for the ADS Bozievich Ribbon.

Class 184 Twelve standard daffodils from at least three RHS divisions 5 through 10. This class is eligible for the Havens Ribbon.

Class 185 Fifteen cultivars and/or species from fifteen different RHS classifications. COLOR CODE IS REQUIRED. This class is eligible for the ADS Throckmorton Ribbon.

Class 186 Twenty-four cultivars and/or species from at least five RHS divisions. This class is open to ADS members only. This class is eligible for the ADS Quinn Ribbon. First time winners may receive the Silver Quinn Medal. Former winners receive the Quinn Ribbon.

SECTION J – MINIATURE DAFFODIL COLLECTIONS

Class 187 Five cultivars or seedlings, one stem each (no species). This class is eligible for the ADS Lavender Ribbon.

Class 188 Five cultivars, seedlings, or species, one stem each. This class is eligible for the ADS Lavender Ribbon.

Class 189 Five cultivars or seedlings of American breeding, one stem each. See Rule #5. This class is eligible for the ADS Miniature Red-White-Blue Ribbon.

Class 190 Twelve cultivars and/or species of miniature daffodils from at least three RHS divisions. This class is open to ADS members only. This class is eligible for the ADS Watrous Ribbon. First time winners may receive the Silver Watrous Medal. Former winners receive the Watrous Ribbon.

Class 191 Three miniature daffodils, three stems each. This class is eligible for the Miniature Challenge Award.

SECTION K – CONTAINER-GROWN DAFFODILS – Blooms are to be grown in and exhibited in a container or pot. All bulbs in any one container shall be of the same cultivar or species. Container-grown daffodils may be grown in protected areas. No bloom or exhibit in this section shall be eligible for any ADS award other than the ADS awards for container-grown daffodils. Rule #15 is extended to permit subdividing classes by daffodil division.

Class 192 Standard daffodils – named cultivars or seedlings, no species

Class 193 Miniature daffodils – named cultivars or seedlings, no species

Class 194 Species and species hybrid daffodils. Both standards and miniatures are permitted.

SECTION L – HISTORIC DAFFODILS

This section is open to all cultivars, i.e., not species, introduced or in gardens before 1940. All cultivars shall be labeled with name, division number, and year of registration (or introduction) as listed in the ADS Daffodil Data Bank. No bloom in this section shall be eligible for any ADS award other than the ADS ribbon for Pre-1940 Cultivar. Rule #15 is extended to permit subdividing Classes 194 and 195 by daffodil division or registration date.

Class 195 Single stem of standard cultivar

Class 196 Single stem of miniature cultivar

Class 197 Collection of 5 different standard cultivars

SPECIAL NCDS CLASSES

Calaveras County Garden Club members/Kautz Ironstone Vineyards employees; Livermore Amador Valley Garden Club members/Alden Lane Nursery employees

Class 198 Single stem – one standard daffodil, any division

Class 199 Potted Daffodils

PACIFIC REGIONAL (LIVERMORE) SHOW ONLY (SECTION I)

Class 200 Three stems each of twelve cultivars and/or species of standard daffodils from at least three divisions. This class is eligible for the Tuggle Ribbon.

Class 201 Three stems each of five cultivars and/or species of miniature daffodils from at least three divisions. This class is eligible for the Miniature Bronze Ribbon.

ARTISTIC DESIGN DIVISION

Artistic Design Rules

1. The Artistic Design Section is open to all.

2. Only one entry per class per exhibitor is allowed for a total of six entries per exhibitor.

3. NO fresh plant material may be treated in any way. Treated dried material is permissible.

4. NO artificial plant material is allowed.

5. Daffodils must predominate in all arrangements.

6. Judging will be done by a judge or judges qualified by the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc. All decisions are final.

4. Exhibits must be left in place until the close of each show. Exhibitors should pick up their accessories or arrange for someone else to claim them by 5 pm (Livermore) or 4 pm (Murphys) on Sunday.

Class

AR 1 March Wind – a horizontal arrangement

AR 2 Interaction – depicting complex motion

AR 3 Spring Symphony – a parallel design reflecting serenity

AR 4 The Sky’s the Limit – a vertical arrangement

AR 5 East or West, Daffodils are Best – reflecting an oriental influence

AR 6 Pot-et-fleur – two or more rooted plants growing in a suitable container accented by an arrangement of flowers, accenting daffodils. All must be in the same container.

A Best of Show will be awarded for the most outstanding exhibit in the Artistic Arrangements Division. The Calaveras Cup, a traveling trophy, will be awarded to the highest scoring arrangement done by a Calaveras County Garden Club member.

 

 

SCHEDULE OF HORTICULTURAL CLASSES

 

 

SECTION A – Single stem, standard daffodil

 

SECTION B – Three stems, one standard cultivar or species daffodil

 

SECTION C – Collection of five different standard cultivars and/or species, one stem each

 

 

                                                                                                                                 A         B         C

 

DIVISION 1 – TRUMPET DAFFODILS                                                                                     109

 

Yellow perianth, yellow trumpet                                                                           1         8

 

Colored perianth, orange/red trumpet                                                               2         8

 

Yellow perianth, pink in trumpet         3         9

 

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white         4         10

 

White perianth, yellow/orange trumpet         5         11

 

White perianth, pink in trumpet         6         12

 

White perianth, white trumpet         7         13

 

 

DIVISION 2 – LONG-CUPPED DAFFODILS                                                  110

 

Yellow perianth, yellow cup                        14                        26

 

Colored perianth, predominately orange/red cup                        15                        27

 

Yellow perianth, rimmed orange/red cup                        16                        27

 

Yellow perianth, pink in cup                        17                        28

 

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white                        18                        29

 

White perianth, yellow cup                        19                        30

 

White perianth, yellow rimmed cup                        20                        30

 

White perianth, orange or red cup                        21                        31

 

White perianth, orange or red rimmed cup                        22                        31

 

White perianth, pink cup                        23                        32

 

White perianth, pink rimmed cup                        24                        32

 

White perianth, white cup                        25                        33

 

 

DIVISION 3 – SHORT-CUPPED DAFFODILS                                                  111

 

Yellow perianth, yellow cup                        34                        45

 

Colored perianth, predom. orange or red cup                        35                        46

 

Colored perianth, orange or red rimmed cup                        36                        46

 

Colored perianth, pink in cup                        37                        47

 

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white                        38                        48

 

White perianth, predominately yellow cup                        39                        49

 

White perianth, yellow rimmed cup                        40                        49

 

White perianth, orange or red cup                        41                        50

 

White perianth, orange or red rimmed cup                        42                        50

 

White perianth, pink in cup                        43                        51

 

White perianth, white cup                        44                        52

 

 

DIVISION 4 – DOUBLE DAFFODILS                                                  112

 

Yellow perianth, one bloom per stem                        53                        57

 

White perianth, one bloom per stem                        54                        57

 

Yellow perianth, more than one bloom per stem                        55                        58

 

White perianth, more than one bloom per stem                        56                        58

 

 

DIVISION 5 – TRIANDRUS DAFFODILS                                                  113

 

Yellow perianth, yellow, orange or red cup                        59                        64

 

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white                        60                        64

 

White perianth, yellow, orange or red cup                        61                        65

 

White perianth, pink in cup                        62                        65

 

White perianth, white cup                        63                        65

 

 

DIVISION 6 – CYCLAMINEUS DAFFODILS                                                  114

 

Yellow perianth, yellow cup                        66                        73

 

Colored perianth, orange or red cup                        67                        73

 

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white                        68                        73

 

White perianth, yellow cup                        69                        74

 

White perianth, orange or red cup                        70                        74

 

White perianth, pink in cup                        71                        74

 

White perianth, white cup                        72                        74

 

 

DIVISION 7 – JONQUILLA DAFFODILS                                                  115

 

Yellow perianth, yellow cup                        75                        82

 

Colored perianth, orange or red cup                        76                        82

 

Colored perianth, pink cup                        77                        82

 

Perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white                        78                        82

 

White perianth, yellow, orange, or red cup                        79                        83

 

White perianth, pink in cup                        80                        83

 

White perianth, white cup                        81                        83

 

 

DIVISION 8 – TAZETTA DAFFODILS                                                  116

 

Yellow perianth, yellow, orange, or red cup                        84                        88

 

White perianth, yellow cup                        85                        89

 

White perianth, orange or red cup                        86                        89

 

White perianth, white cup                        87                        89

 

 

DIVISION 9 – POETICUS DAFFODILS                                                  117

 

White perianth, eye green                        90                        92

 

White perianth, eye any other color                        91                        92

 

 

DIVISION 10 – BULBOCODIUM DAFFODILS                        93                        94                        118

 

 

DIVISION 11 – SPLIT CORONA DAFFODILS                                                  119

 

Colored perianth, col. cup, one bloom/stem                        95                        100

 

White perianth, yel./org. cup, 1 bloom/stem                        96                        101

 

White perianth, pink in cup, one bloom/stem                        97                        101

 

White perianth, white cup, one bloom/stem                        98                        101

 

Any cultivar, more than one bloom per stem                        99                        102

 

 

DIVISION 12 – MISCELLANEOUS DAFFODILS                                                  120

 

Any cultivar, one bloom per stem                        103                        105

 

Any cultivar, more than one bloom per stem                        104                        105

 

 

DIVISION 13 – SPECIES, WILD VARIANTS, WILD HYBRIDS                                                      121

 

Any species, one bloom per stem                        106                        108

 

Any species, more than one bloom per stem                        107                        108

 

 

 

SECTION D – Single stem, miniature daffodil

 

SECTION E – Three stems, one miniature cultivar or species daffodil

 

SECTION F – Small Growers Section – open to anyone growing 100 or fewer standard cultivars and or species. All entries are standard single stems.

 

 

 

                                          D         E         F

 

DIVISION 1 – TRUMPET DAFFODILS         122         135         148

 

 

DIVISION 2 – LONG-CUPPED DAFFODILS         123         136         149

 

 

DIVISION 3 – SHORT-CUPPED DAFFODILS         124         137         150

 

 

DIVISION 4 – DOUBLE DAFFODILS         125         138         151

 

 

DIVISION 5 – TRIANDRUS DAFFODILS         126         139         152

 

 

DIVISION 6 – CYCLAMINEUS DAFFODILS         127         140         153

 

 

DIVISION 7 – JONQUILLA DAFFODILS         128         141         154

 

 

DIVISION 8 – TAZETTA DAFFODILS         129         142         155

 

 

DIVISION 9 – POETICUS DAFFODILS         130         143         156

 

 

DIVISION 10 – BULBOCODIUM DAFFODILS         131         144         157

 

 

DIVISION 11 – SPLIT CORONA DAFFODILS         132         145         158

 

 

DIVISION 12 – MISCELLANEOUS DAFFODILS         133         146         159

 

 

DIVISION 13 – SPECIES, WILD VARIANTS, WILD HYBRIDS         134         147         160

 

 

 

SECTION G – SINGLE AND THREE STEM INTERMEDIATE CLASSES

 

Class 161                        One intermediate stem, Division 1

 

Class 162                        One intermediate stem, Division 2

 

Class 163                        One intermediate stem, Division 3

 

Class 164                        One intermediate stem, Division 4

 

Class 166                        One intermediate stem, Division 11

 

Class 167                        One intermediate stem, Division 12

 

Class 168                        Three intermediate stems of one cultivar, Division 1, 2, 3, 4, 11 or 12

 

 

SECTION H – JUNIOR DIVISION – Exhibitors 18 years of age or younger. Junior exhibitors are not restricted to this section; they may elect to enter other sections for which they qualify.

 

Class 169                        One standard stem, Division 1, 2 or 3

 

Class 170                        One standard stem, Division 4 through 13

 

Class 171                        One stem of any miniature daffodil

 

Class 172                        Three standard stems of one cultivar or species, any division

 

Class 173                        Three miniature stems of one cultivar or species, any division

 

Class 174                        Five different cultivars, either all standard or all miniature

 

 

SECTION I – STANDARD DAFFODIL COLLECTIONS – One stem each of standard cultivars or species from any division(s) individually labeled

 

Class 175      Five pink cupped standard cultivars with white perianth from RHS Divisions 1, 2 and 3. This class is eligible for the Pink Collection Trophy.

 

Class 176      Five white standard cultivars from RHS Divisions 1, 2 and 3.This class is eligible for the White Collection Trophy.

 

Class 177      Five yellow standard cultivars from RHS Divisions 1, 2 and 3.This class is eligible for the Yellow Collection Trophy.

 

Class 178      Five red and/or orange cupped standard cultivars with colored perianth from RHS Divisions 1, 2, 3.This class is eligible for the Ben Hager Award.

 

Class 179      Five single floreted cultivars of intermediate sized daffodils from RHS Divisions 1, 2, 3, 4, 11 or 12. Bloom is normally between 1.5 and 3 inches in diameter.

 

Class 180      Five daffodil cultivars of American breeding. See rule #5. This class is eligible for the ADS Red-White-Blue Ribbon.

 

Class 181      Five standard daffodil cultivars with perianth predominantly yellow, cup predominantly white. This class is eligible for the ADS Maroon Ribbon.

 

Class 182      Five standard daffodil cultivars that originated in the same country (not USA).

 

Class 183      Twelve cultivars and/or species from not less than 4 divisions. This class is eligible for the ADS Bozievich Ribbon.

 

Class 184      Twelve standard daffodils from at least three RHS divisions 5 through 10. This class is eligible for the Havens Ribbon.

 

Class 185      Fifteen cultivars and/or species from fifteen different RHS classifications. COLOR CODE IS REQUIRED. This class is eligible for the ADS Throckmorton Ribbon.

 

Class 186      Twenty-four cultivars and/or species from at least five RHS divisions. This class is open to ADS members only. This class is eligible for the ADS Quinn Ribbon. First time winners may receive the Silver Quinn Medal. Former winners receive the Quinn Ribbon.

 

 

SECTION J – MINIATURE DAFFODIL COLLECTIONS

 

Class 187     Five cultivars or seedlings, one stem each (no species). This class is eligible for the ADS Lavender Ribbon.

 

Class 188     Five cultivars, seedlings, or species, one stem each. This class is eligible for the ADS Lavender Ribbon.

 

Class 189     Five cultivars or seedlings of American breeding, one stem each. See Rule #5. This class is eligible for the ADS Miniature Red-White-Blue Ribbon.

 

Class 190     Twelve cultivars and/or species of miniature daffodils from at least three RHS divisions. This class is open to ADS members only. This class is eligible for the ADS Watrous Ribbon. First time winners may receive the Silver Watrous Medal. Former winners receive the Watrous Ribbon.

 

Class 191     Three miniature daffodils, three stems each. This class is eligible for the Miniature Challenge Award.

 

 

 

SECTION K – CONTAINER-GROWN DAFFODILS – Blooms are to be grown in and exhibited in a container or pot. All bulbs in any one container shall be of the same cultivar or species. Container-grown daffodils may be grown in protected areas. No bloom or exhibit in this section shall be eligible for any ADS award other than the ADS awards for container-grown daffodils. Rule #15 is extended to permit subdividing classes by daffodil division.

 

Class 192   Standard daffodils – named cultivars or seedlings, no species

 

Class 193   Miniature daffodils – named cultivars or seedlings, no species

 

Class 194   Species and species hybrid daffodils. Both standards and miniatures are permitted.

 

 

SECTION L – HISTORIC DAFFODILS – This section is open to all cultivars, i.e., not species, introduced or in gardens before 1940. All cultivars shall be labeled with name, division number, and year of registration (or introduction) as listed in the ADS Daffodil Data Bank. No bloom in this section shall be eligible for any ADS award other than the ADS ribbon for Pre-1940 Cultivar. Rule #15 is extended to permit subdividing Classes 194 and 195 by daffodil division or registration date.

 

Class 195                        Single stem of standard cultivar

 

Class 196                        Single stem of miniature cultivar

 

Class 197                        Collection of 5 different standard cultivars

 

 

SPECIAL NCDS CLASSES

 

 

Calaveras County Garden Club members/Kautz Ironstone Vineyards employees; Livermore Amador Valley Garden Club members/Alden Lane Nursery employees

 

Class 198                        Single stem – one standard daffodil, any division

 

Class 199                        Potted Daffodils

 

 

PACIFIC REGIONAL (LIVERMORE) SHOW ONLY (SECTION I)

 

Class 200     Three stems each of twelve cultivars and/or species of standard daffodils from at least three divisions. This class is eligible for the Tuggle Ribbon.

 

Class 201     Three stems each of five cultivars and/or species of miniature daffodils from at least three divisions. This class is eligible for the Miniature Bronze Ribbon.

 

 

 

 

 

ARTISTIC DESIGN DIVISION

 

 

 

Artistic Design Rules

 

1.            The Artistic Design Section is open to all.

 

2.            Only one entry per class per exhibitor is allowed for a total of six entries per exhibitor.

 

3.            NO fresh plant material may be treated in any way. Treated dried material is permissible.

 

4.            NO artificial plant material is allowed.

 

5.            Daffodils must predominate in all arrangements.

 

6.            Judging will be done by a judge or judges qualified by the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc. All decisions are final.

 

4.            Exhibits must be left in place until the close of each show. Exhibitors should pick up their accessories or arrange for someone else to claim them by 5 pm (Livermore) or 4 pm (Murphys) on Sunday.

 

 

Class      AR 1               March Wind – a horizontal arrangement

 

AR 2   Interaction – depicting complex motion

 

AR 3   Spring Symphony – a parallel design reflecting serenity

 

AR 4   The Sky’s the Limit – a vertical arrangement

 

AR 5   East or West, Daffodils are Best – reflecting an oriental influence

 

AR 6   Pot-et-fleur – two or more rooted plants growing in a suitable container accented by an arrangement of flowers, accenting daffodils. All must be in the same container.

 

 

A Best of Show will be awarded for the most outstanding exhibit in the Artistic Arrangements Division. The Calaveras Cup, a traveling trophy, will be awarded to the highest scoring arrangement done by a Calaveras County Garden Club member.

 Updated February 25, 2003