Noanett Garden Club
 

Spring's Wonder

Schedule
Noanett's Spring Horticulture Show

SCHEDULE

Refer to Noanett Horticulture Show rules


CUT SPECIMENS (CLASSES 1-28)

                       

Flowering Branches

A single blooming branch from a tree, shrub or woody vine not to exceed 24” in length. Any foliage must be attached to the stem.

            1. Cornus (Dogwood)

            2. Daphne

            3. Malus (Crabapple/Apple)

            4. Weigelia

            5. Syringa (Lilac)

            6. Viburnum

            7. Other

Ericaceae

The family comprising primarily broadleaf evergreen shrubs. A single blooming branch, not to exceed 24” length.

            8. Leucothoe

            9. Kalmia (Mountain Laurel)

            10. Rhododendron Large Leaf

            11. Rhododendron Small Leaf (Azaleas)

            12. Other

Bulbs and Corms

Grown outdoors, one flowering stem. Not to exceed 24” in length. Any foliage must be attached to the stem.

            13. Hyacinth

            14. Iris

            15. Narcissi

            16. Tulipa

            17. Allium

            18. Other

 

Native Wildflowers in Bloom

One blooming stem, spike or spray not to exceed 24” in length. Any foliage must be attached to the stem. These may be exhibited only if grown naturally on the exhibitor’s property, or if purchased originally from a reputable nursery or propagator who has certified where they were propagated.

            19. Aquilegia canadensis (Columbine)

20. Dicentra exemia (Wild Bleeding Heart)

21. Phlox

22. Podophyllum (May Apple)

            23. Polemonium (Jacob’s Ladder)           

            24. Trillium

            25. Other

 

           

Perennials (non-natives)

One blooming stem, spike or spray not to exceed 24” in length. Any foliage must be attached to the stem.

            26. Dicentra spectabilis (Bleeding Heart)

            27. Polygonatum (Solomon’s Seal)

            28. Other

 

CONTAINER GROWN PLANTS (CLASSES 29-31)

 

Plant(s) Grown Indoors

Container not to exceed 12” in any dimension. Container may include more than one plant of the same species or cultivar.

            29. Plant(s) Grown Primarily for Flowers-must be in bloom

            30. Plant(s) Grown Primarily for Foliage

            31. Succulent Plant(s)

 

PAR CLASS

 

            32. Par. An exhibit of exceptional horticultural merit, which does not qualify for entry elsewhere in the Horticulture Division. Entries in the Par classes must have been owned and grown by the exhibitor for a minimum of one year. Cut specimens or hanging baskets are not