Section 11 – Plants and Flowers

Competition Details

Convenor: Rhonda Graham 519-940-7155

Except for the decorative classes, the exhibitor must have grown all plants and flowers entered for competition. PLEASE PROVIDE CONTAINERS THAT WILL NOT TIP. Entry tag must be tied to the exhibit. Make sure your entry meets and does not go beyond the class specifics.


High Point Special Sponsored in memory of Marjorie Walterhouse

$10 to the exhibitor obtaining the most points in classes 201 to 223. Prior year’s winner is not eligible.


Judge’s Choice Award Sponsored by Rhonda Graham – Prize $10.00



Prizes: 1st $3.00, 2nd$2.00, 3rd$1.00

Containers for cultural exhibits should be of suitable size for entry. Cultural classes are not to be arranged as in the decorative classes. Only the quality of the flowers will be taken into consideration. The containers will not be judged although it should be clean, appropriate size and complement the entry. No entry to be more than 24 inches tall.

Cultural flowers must be shown with FOLIAGE (THEIR OWN).


  1. Rose, 1 stem
  2. Tulip, 1 bloom
  3. Narcissus or daffodil, any type, 1 scape
  4. Lily of the valley, 3 stems.
  5. Viola or Pansy, 3 stems
  6. Iris, 1 stem with foliage, any number of blooms or buds.
  7. Bleeding Heart, 1 stem, max length 50cm.
  1. Columbine, 1 spray
  2. Solomon’s Seal.
  3. Astilbe, 1 spray.
  4. Lupine, 1 stem.
  5. Shasta Daisy, 1 stem.
  6. Delphinium, 1 stem.
  7. Peony, 1 stem.
  8. Blue Bells, 1 spray
  9. Day Lily, 1 stem
  10. Phlox, 1 stem
  11. Foxglove, 1 stem
  12. Clematis, 1 stem
  13. Lady’s slipper, 1 stem
  14. Jacob’s Ladder, 1 stem
  15. Hosta Leaves (3)
  16. Any other flower, not listed, named.




Prizes: 1st $3.00, 2nd$2.00,3rd $1.00

House plants to be in the possession of the exhibitor at least 3 months prior to the show. Plants and pots must be clean and ready to show. Where possible, please name your plant for the benefit of the public. Overall size not to be more than 24 inches across, maximum pot size 8 inches.


  1. African violet
  2. Aloe plant
  3. Begonia
  4. Geranium
  5. Ivy
  6. Fern
  7. Coleus
  8. Spider plant
  9. Any other houseplant in bloom (not listed)
  10. Any other non-flowering house plant (not listed).




Prizes: 1st $3.00, 2nd$2.00,3rd $1.00

Single branch, maximum length 24 inches.

  1. Lilac
  2. Deutzia.
  3. Hibiscus
  4. Shrub rose.
  5. Snowball.
  6. Dogwood.
  7. Any other native flowering shrub.




Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $7.00, 3rd$5.00

NO BOUQUETS, must be arranged with line, focal, and filler plant material.


  1. Caledon, A Place to Grow– A floral arrangement using fresh flowers
  2. Basket of Fun– A Country arrangement in a basket
  3. Spice of Life-An arrangement using fresh herbs
  4. Grace & Alvin Good Memorial Special– Best arrangement of fruit, flowers and vegetables. Basket max. size 2’x2’ (60cmx60cm)
  5. Daphne Scaife Memorial Special-Arrangement showcasing the fair theme, “There’s Still a Taste of Country”
vase of tulips
Section 11 – Plants and Flowers

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