The 41st annual flower show at the Grace United Methodist Church will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 4 and 5, in the church fellowship hall.|
The theme of this year's show is "Through the Seasons." The flower show, held from 1 to 6 p.m. on Saturday and until 11:30 a.m. Sunday, is sponsored by the women of Grace United Methodist Church.
The flowers entered in the show are divided into five divisions: children's artistic arrangement (14 years of age and younger), artistic arrangements, house plants, perennials, and annuals.
Area gardeners are encouraged to exhibit their flowers or house plants. Flowers need not be grown by the exhibitor for artistic arrangements. An exhibitor may make as many arrangements as desired but only one entry of each number. The exception to this rule is in horticultural exhibits where more than one color or variety of specimens will be accepted of roses, petunias, lilies, gladiolus, mari-golds, and zinnias.
Entries will be accepted between 8 and 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 4. The show closes at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 5. Any flowers left at the church will be kept in the fellowship hall until Monday noon, then given away if not claimed.
For further information, call the church office, 243-3601.
41st Annual Flower Show Categories
Arrangements for adults include:
Green Pastures - all green arrangement including container.
Wedding Bells - table arrangement suitable for a wedding using wedding accessories.
Family Picnic - table arrangement with fruits and vegetables.
Small Wonders- miniatures, not to exceed three inches overall and width;
and not to exceed six inches overall and width.
School Days - single flower arrangement with accessories.
Farewell to Summer - a fresh or dried arrangement.
December - an arrangement with Christmas accessories.
Arrangements for children include:
Flowers in a May basket
At the Beach - arrangement in a be
School Bells -an arrangement suitable for a teacher's desk.
Horticultural exhibits (containers will be provided): three blooms, same variety and color except as noted:
104-Bells of Ireland (one stem)
107-Celosia: feather or cockscomb
108-Cleome (one stem): pink, purple, or white
111-Lisianthus: pink, purple, or white
112-Marigolds (large, over two inches): yellow, orange, bronze, or bi-color
113-Marigolds (small, under two inches): yellow, orange, ruffled or bi-color
116-Petunias, single (three stems): plain colors, star design-any color, ruffled, or bi-color
117-Petunias (double, one stem)
118-Phlox (three stems)
120-Salvia: red, peach, or purple
121-Snapdragons: miniature or regular
122-Sweet Peas (three stems)
124-Zinnias (may be different colors): large, medium, miniature or cactus
125-Impatiens: single or double
128- Straw flowers or Statice
129-Any annual not listed
One flower spike of each except as noted:
202-Asiatic and Oriental Lilies
208-Bee Balm (Monarda)
212-Blanket Flower (Gaillardia)
220-Dahlia, pom pom (under two inches)
221-Dahlia, ball (over two inches)
222-Dahlia, cactus (under 6 inches)
223-Dahlia, cactus (over 6 inches)
234-Day Lily, yellow
235-Day Lily, pink and red
236-Day Lily, orange
237-Day Lily, other
240-Gladiolus (miniature), white
241-Gladiolus (miniature), yellow
242-Gladiolus (miniature), orange
243-Gladiolus (miniature), pink
244-Gladiolus (miniature), red
245-Gladiolus (miniature), purple
246-Gladiolus (miniature), bi-color
247-Gladiolus (miniature), other
290-Any other perennial not listed
301-African violets (single)
302-African violets (double)
305-Cactus or succulents
306-Any other plant
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