Horticulture

Horticultural Pavilion – Section T

Floral Art & Horticulture

PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN DAYS & TIMES THE GARDEN CLUB PAVILION WILL BE OPEN TO RECEIVE EXHIBITS 10am-10pm THURSDAY, 3 October AND 7am-4pm FRIDAY, 4 October 2019.

 

Each adult exhibitor in the Horticultural Pavilion can purchase from the Show Office on Thursday or Friday, one $10 gate entry wristband to enter the Showgrounds on Saturday in exchange for one of our ‘Horticultural entry ticket’ on presentation to the Show Office.

Please ensure that after staging your exhibit on Thursday or Friday, you collect the ‘Horticultural entry ticket’ for presentation to the Show Office before 4pm Friday for purchase of an exhibitor’s wristband.

Children 14 years and under, exhibiting can collect a free wristband from the Show Office on Thursday or before 4pm Friday on presentation of the ‘Horticultural entry ticket’ to enter the show on Saturday to encourage more children to enter.

Wristbands must be pre-purchased by 4pm Friday for Saturday access OR exhibitors will be required to pay full Show entry price.

All exhibits must be staged by 4pm Friday. (No car access Saturday due to safety issues).

Exhibits to be collected 5pm – 6pm Saturday and 9am – 10am Sunday.

No exhibit entry fee.   All entries must stay on display until 5pm Saturday 5th October 2019.

No entries to be left at Show Secretary’s Office please.

 

FLORAL ART

OPEN SECTION (space allowed 1 metre)

Class 1: “BRIAN PAYNE MEMORIAL”

Driftwood and what you will

1st Blue Ribbon, $30 and Shield   2nd $20

 

Class 2: Spherical Connections

Class 3: Shore to Shore

Best Exhibit Classes 2-3 Blue Ribbon

 

INTERMEDIATE SECTION (space allowed 60cm)

Class 4:                   High and Low

Class 5:                   Green with Envy

Best Exhibit Classes 4-5 Blue Ribbon

Classes 2-5:   1st $1   2nd $10

 

CHILDREN’S SECTION  

Children can only enter in their own age group

Age 10-14 years

Class 6:    Decorated pumpkin

Class 7:    Enchanted Garden

Age 6-9 years

Class 8:    Fairy Fantasy flowers and foliage

Class 9:    A decorated saucer using flowers and leaves

Age 9 years and under

Class 10: Miniature Garden

 

Age 10-14 years

Class 11:   Miniature garden

Classes 6 – 11:       1st $5   2nd $3   3rd $1

Best Exhibit: Classes 6-11:   Blue Ribbon and $10

 

DEFINITIONS – ABBREVIATIONS

ANS        Any Number of Stems

CVA       Colour Variation allowed

DK           Different Kinds (each must be different)

DV           Different Varieties (each must be different)

NAS        Not According to Schedule

NND        Not Necessarily Different

OK          One Kind

OV          One Variety

SS            Staged Singly

MIXED     means 3 or more varieties or kinds

STEM       means a Single Plant Structure carrying one or more flowers and buds

 

CUT FLOWERS

Class 12: 6 Steams or Blooms – DK SS

Class 13: 3 Blooms – DK SS

Class 14: 3 Steams of Flowers – DK SS

Class 15: Container of Flowers -1 variety ANS

Class 16: Container of Mixed Flowers

Class 17: 1 Stem of Foliage (max height 60cm)

Class 18: 1 Bloom

Class 19: 1 Stem of Flower

Class 20: 1 Stem of Orchid

Class 21: 3 Leaves – DK SS

Class 22: 1 Stem of Australian Flora

Class 23:  1 Stem of Flowering Shrub (not Aust. Flora)

Classes 12 – 23:    1st $5.    2nd  $3

Best Exhibit: Classes 12 – 23  Blue Ribbon

 

PLANTS

Class 24: Foliage pot plant/s

Class 25: Flowering plant/s

Class 26: Container of succulent/s

Class 27:  Container of cacti/us

Class 28: A Container of Fern/s

Class 29: Plants in a Novelty Container

Classes 24 – 29     1st $5    2nd $3

Best Exhibit Classes 24 – 29:   Blue Ribbon.

 

Horticultural Pavilion – Section T

 

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

Class 30:  A unit of Fruit

Class 31: A unit of Vegetable

Class 32:  A Container of Cut Herbs            (min 3 kinds)

Class 33:  A Collection of Garden Produce        (min 3 kinds)

Classes 30 – 33:    1st $5    2nd $3

Best Exhibit: Classes 30 – 33:  Blue Ribbon

The Horticultural Section of the Yarrawonga Mulwala Spring Show is conducted by the Yarrawonga & District Garden Club and they thank the following sponsors for their support –

A & C Tripp, Yarrawonga Glass and Border Trophies.

 

The Yarrawonga & District Garden Club

The Committee of the Yarrawonga & Border Agricultural & Pastoral Association Inc. would like to thank the Garden Club for their contribution to the Annual Spring Show over many decades. The quality of exhibits and the staging of the exhibits is a credit to the past and current members and an attraction that adds to the longevity of this community event.

The Yarrawonga & District Garden Club members meet 1st Tuesday, February – October and 2nd Tuesday in November, in their clubroom located at the Yarrawonga Showgrounds (entry via Dunlop Street) from 12 noon with meeting commencing at 1pm.   In winter months members gather at 12pm for soup, bread and sandwiches followed by a guest speaker or DVD prior to all meeting business, with afternoon tea at meeting conclusion.

Membership subscription is $15 p.a.

All members are encouraged to display something they have grown on the Show Bench with points awarded and bench prizes presented at the Christmas gathering.

If you are interested in joining our group please come along to a meeting or two.