Spring Divisions 2017

PLEASE READ ALL RULES & CLASS DESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY

(A) NARCISSUS DIVISION (No leaves displayed)
1. Trumpets
2. Large Cup
3. Small Cup
4. Doubles
5. Multi-flowered (Tazetta, Triandrus and Jonquila. Classes 5, 7 & 8 RHS)
6. Cyclamineus Hybrids
7. Miniature
8. Poeticus
9. 3 Large Narcissus – 1 variety
10. 3 Large Narcissus – 3 varieties
11. Splits & Butterflies
12. Display Only (not judged)

classes of narcissus division

(B) TULIP DIVISION (Leaves optional)
15. Red
16. Rose or Pink
17. Yellow
18. White
10. Other colour or blend
20. Lily-flowered – any colour
21. Double – any colour
22. Species tulip
23. 3 tulips – any variety
24. Parrot
25. Display Only (not judged)

(C) OTHER BULBS & ANEMONES DIVISION (No leaves except classes 33 & 35)
30. Hyacinth
31. Bluebell – 3 stems
32. Any other bulbous flower – 1 stem
33. Anemone “de Caan” or “St. Brigid” – 1 stem
34. Erythronium
35. Any other anemone – 1 stem
36. Grape hyacinth (Muscari) – 3 stems
37. Display Only (not judged)

(D) PRIMULA DIVISION
40. Polyanthus (umbel or multiple blooms)
41. “English primrose” (1 flower per stem) – 3 stems
42. Double primrose – 3 stems
43. Primula denticulate
44. Any other primulas – 1 stem
45. Any other primulas – in a pot
46. Display Only (not judged)

(E) POTTED PLANT DIVISION
50. African violet
51. Orchid
52. Any other indoor plant
53. Fern
54. Cacti
55. Succulents
56. Greenhouse plant
57. Decorative outdoor plant/s in a container
58. Display Only (not judged)

(F) PERENNIAL DIVISION
60. Pansy – 3 stems, 1 variety, in a club container
61. Rhizomatous iris
62. Hellebores – floating in own bowl (10″ or less)
63. Rock plant/s – 3 cut stems
64. Rock plant/s – in a container
65. Any other perennial
66. Decorative foliage, non-woody plants, 1-5 stems
67. Display Only (not judged)

(G) FLOWERING SHRUB & TREE DIVISION
70. Azalea – 1 truss or group of trusses, or a spray not over 15” in any direction
71. Rhododendron – 1 truss
72. Camellia branch – 1 or more blooms
73. Magnolia branch – 1 or more blooms
74. Flowering vine
75. Flowering tree
76. Flowering Currant
77. Forsythia
78. Any other flowering shrub
79. Decorative foliage of woody plants, 1-3 cuts
80. Display Only (not judged)

(H) VEGETABLE DIVISION
81. 1 each of 3 outdoor grown vegetables
82. Rhubarb – 3 stalks
83. Leeks – 1 only
84. Any other vegetable
(see Show Rules for numbers required for each type of vegetable)
printer friendly version of VRGC VEGETABLE DIVISION NUMBERS
85. Display Only (not judged)

(I) DECORATIVE DIVISION (see definitions in show rules)
90. Miniature Exhibit – not over 5 inches in any dimension
91. Petite Exhibit – over 5 inches, but less than 9 inches in any direction
92. “Party Girls” (Designer’s Choice)
93. Display Only (not judged)

(J) JUNIOR DIVISION
J1. One small container or tray of labeled, growing seedlings
J2. Exhibit of spring flowers & foliage
J3. Miniature garden on a pie plate
J4. One clear container which shows the sprouting of one or more seeds of the same variety, labeled.
J5. Display Only (not judged)

Back to:
Spring Show DATES & TIMES
Show RULES
Mini-Show Guide for Entrants
How To Exhibit
ENTRY FORMS for Shows
Tips for Having a Happy Show
EXHIBITOR’S HANDBOOK for Vegetables and Fruits 
VOLUNTEERING for shows
printer friendly copy of 2016 VRGC Spring Show pamphlet

updated March 1, 2017

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