12th March 2017
STEWARD: Megan Siotos
PH: 5257 1565
ENTRY FEES: NO FEE
All Entries Close: 9/3/2017
The official entry form or legible photocopy is to be addressed to:
Bellarine Agricultural Society Inc.
PO Box 315
CHECKLIST WHEN SENDING IN YOUR ENTRY:
Please check that the following have been included with your entry form:
- A self-addressed stamped envelope for the return of your duplicate entry form and /or exhibit tickets.
- Admission tickets if you wish to pre-order (Adults $10, Conc. $5, Family 2 Adults and 3 Children $25) will also be included.
Additional Rules of Entry
- NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED
- Accepted entries are subject to the rules and regulations for all sections as well as these additional conditions.
- Exhibitors to supply own containers.
- Exhibits must be staged by 9am.
- Exhibits to be collected after 4pm.
- All prize money to be collected on the day.
- All exhibits of cut flowers must be grown by the exhibitor.
Proudly Sponsored by St Leonards Garden Club
President: Helen Bowtell
Meets every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 1.30pm. February - November.
All meetings are held at the Memorial Hall, Murradoc Rd, St Leonards.
Cut Flowers, Shrubs & Trees
A vase of flowers and/or foliage is 3-6 stems unless stated otherwise. Stems are counted from above the top of the vase. There should be about 15 cm of stem showing to the first flower.
K1 Specimen rose
K2 Vase of roses
K3 One truss zonal pelargonium (geranium)
K4 One specimen dahlia smaller type
K5 Vase of dahlias mixed
K6 Vase of dahlias - large type
K7 Vase of mixed flowers not scheduled
K8 Vase of flowers of one kind not scheduled
K9 One specimen bloom – not multi-headed, and not scheduled
K10 One multi-headed spike, truss or stem not scheduled
K11 Vase of flowering shrub/s or tree/s
PRIZE FOR AGGREGATE CLASSES K1-K11
Materials used in floral design may be purchased if desired. Accessory/ies, painted or dyed material may be used with discretion if it assists the design. –O.H.M.P. other horticultural material permitted.
Space permitted 45 cm. unless stated.
K12 Modern Arrangement
K13 Just greenery arrangement (NO Flowers)
K14 Weathered wood & flowers
K15 My Choice
NOVICE FLORAL ART *NEW SECTION*
K16 Weathered wood & iris
K17 Box of flowers
K18 Basket arrangement
K19 My choice
PRIZE FOR AGGREGATE CLASSES K12-K19
Prize for Best Novice Arrangement, donated by Joy Benbow
K20 One decorated hard boiled hen egg
K21 Necklace made of leaves on gut or cotton (45cms)
K22 One vase of mixed flowers 3-6 stems
K23 ‘I made it Myself” – own choice novelty from horticultural materials, and /or fruit and vegetables
PRIZE FOR AGGREGATE CLASSES K20-K23
Container of Grown Plants
A container is anything that holds or grasps the plant e.g. backing boards for elks and all container grown plants must have been owned by the exhibitor for at least two months prior to show date. Container inside measurements must not exceed 30 cms.
K24 One variegated plant
K25 One maiden hair fern
K26 One any other fern
K27 One flowering African violet
K28 One flowering plant not scheduled
K29 One succulent
K30 One any begonia
K31 One green foliage plant – Not scheduled this section
K32 One any unspecified plant/s