Floral

Floral

Section C

CONTACT: Donna Dempsey 613-659-3550
COMMITTEE: Kay Davis, Dawne Fiegen, Wilhelmina Lacelle, Peter Christie
ENTRY FEE: 10% of prize money
PRIZES: $5 - $4 - $3
ROSETTE - BEST OF SHOW: Classes 1 - 85
PREMIER EXHIBITOR: Highest points in classes 1 - 85

Note: To help you prepare your specimens for exhibition, the booklet "Ontario Judging & Exhibiting Standards for Horticulture and Floral Design" is available for $6.00 at www.gardenontario.org/shop. Booklets can also be purchased during registration night at the Exhibit Hall.
Cut Flowers
- Quality of blooms, appropriate length of stem and foliage will be considered in judging specimens.
- Specimens must be accompanied by their foliage.
- Unattached foliage is permitted.
- No soil, no oasis.
- Must be grown by exhibitor.
- Please remember to measure, if required.

CLASS
1. Balloon flower (platycodon) ............................ 3 stems
2. Begonias, any variety ........................................ 1 stem
3. Calendula ........................................................ 3 stems
4. Campanula ...................................................... 3 stems
5. Clematis ............................................................ 1 stem
6. Coreopsis ......................................................... 3 stems
7. Cosmos ............................................................ 3 stems
8. Dianthus .......................................................... 3 stems
9. Echinacea (coneflower) ................................... 3 stems
10. Hosta, 1 variety ............................................... 3 leaves
11. Hemerocallis (Day Lily) ................................... 1 stem
12. Hydrangea ......................................................... 1 head
13. Impatiens, single, 1 colour .............................. 3 stems
14. Liatris .............................................................. 3 stems
15. Lavatera ........................................................... 3 stems
16. Lily (Asiatic, Trumpet, Oriental) ...................... 1 stem
17. Marigold, medium, 2 - 3 inches, one colour ... 3 stems
18. Marigold, small, under 2 inches, one colour ... 3 stems
19. Nasturtium ....................................................... 3 stems
20. Nicotiana ......................................................... 3 stems
21. Pansies/Viola, 1.5 inches and over .................. 3 stems
22. Pansies/Viola, under 1.5 inches ...................... 3 stems
23. Petunia, single, one colour .............................. 3 stems
24. Petunia, double/semi-double, one colour ........ 3 stems
25. Petunia, mixed colours, mixed varieties ......... 3 stems
26. Phlox, perennial .............................................. 3 stems
27. Rose, hybrid tea ................................................. 1 stem
28. Rose, floribunda ................................................ 1 stem
29. Rose, shrub ........................................................ 1 stem
30. Rose, miniature ................................................. 1 stem
31. Rudbeckia ........................................................ 3 stems
32. Salvia, red ........................................................ 3 stems
33. Salvia, any other colour ................................... 3 stems
34. Shasta Daisy .................................................... 3 stems
35. Snapdragons .................................................... 3 stems
36. Summer bulbs, any variety ................................ 1 stem
37. Yarrow .............................................................. 1 stem
38. Zinnia, blooms under 4 inches ........................ 3 stems
39. Any other variety, annual, not listed, named....... 1 stem
40. Any other variety, perennial/biennial, not listed, named ... 1 stem
41. Collection of Coleus - 3 or more stems, featuring different colours in one container, in water
42. Collection of garden flowers, 5 different species, named, maximum 10 stems, shown in a single container
43. Collection of 5 different herbs, cut, named, need not be in bloom, in a country container, maximum 10 stems
44. Collection of edible flowers, cut, named, in a container
45. Display of Petunias - mixed varieties and colours, 5 stems in a single container

Decorative Arrangements
- Materials for the Decorative Class may be obtained from any other garden source (e.g. family member or neighbour).
- Fruit, branches, decorative wood, dried and/or treated material may be used; but artificial plant material is not permitted.
- No silk flowers or foliage.
- Soil not permitted.

46. TINTS, TONE AND TEA - A fresh flower arrangement in a tea pot, using one colour.
47. GRANDMA’S PURSE - A small fresh flower arrangement in a purse not to exceed 10˝ in width.
48. PERFECTION - An arrangement using 1 perfect bloom of your choice, foliage and filler may be used.
49. CELEBRATE - For Senior Citizens (60+) only A festive fresh arrangement for birthdays,
anniversaries, holidays, etc. Accessories may be used.
50. DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE - Using 2 containers, create a fresh arrangement to look like one design.
51. ARRANGEMENT FOR A MAN - Any fresh flower or weed. Accessories may be used.
52. KEEP SAKE - Miniature arrangement of fresh flowers not to exceed 5˝ in any direction including the container and its accessories.
53. OUTSIDE THE BOX - An arrangement of fresh flowers in an unusual container.
54. AT THE BEACH - An arrangement of fresh flowers using a sand toy as a container.
55. A,B,C - An arrangement of fresh flowers that start with A, B, and C. Name the flowers used.
56. GREEN WITH ENVY - An arrangement of various types of fresh cut foliage to accent texture, tone and colour. (No flowers)
57. LITTLE OLD LADY WHO LIVED IN A SHOE - A fresh arrangement of garden flowers in a suitable container. Accessories may be used.
58. ORIENTAL FLAIR - A fresh arrangement in a low container. Three flowers only. Foliage permitted.
59. WEARY & WORN - An arrangement using plant material dried/preserved displayed in a cowboy boot.
60. ROADSIDE RAMBLE - Arrangement of wild flowers in a suitable container.
61. CANADA 150 - In support of Lansdowne Association For Revitalization Community Spirit - An arrangement of fresh red and white flowers in a suitable container. Accessories may be used.
62. JOY TO THE WORLD - A Christmas arrangement using fresh winter greenery, and other seasonal materials, including flowers.
63. THEMED ARRANGEMENT - An arrangement of fresh materials judged on originality of design and container. Accessories may be used to incorporate the fair theme.
64. TEACHER’S PET - An interpretive design, using fresh flowers, and featuring an “apple”.
65. NATURE’S BOUNTY - An arrangement made using any of the following items: berries, branches, fruit,cones, etc.
66. HERE COMES THE BRIDE - Arrangement of fresh flowers suitable for a bridal shower. Accessories may be used.

Potted House Plants
67. African Violet, single crown, any colour .... 1 specimen
68. Orchid, in bloom ........................................ 1 specimen
69. Begonia (tuberous) ..................................... 1 specimen
70. Cactus/Succulent ........................................ 1 specimen
71. Cactus/Succulent Garden ............................ 1 container
72. Arrowhead plant (Syngomium Podophyllum) ... 1 specimen
73. Geranium, grown for blooms ..................... 1 specimen
74. Ivy, any variety .......................................... 1 specimen
75. Spider plant ................................................ 1 specimen
76. Prayer plant ................................................ 1 specimen
77. Trailing plant, not listed ............................. 1 specimen
78. Plant grown for bloom, not listed ............... 1 specimen
79. Plant grown for foliage, not listed .............. 1 specimen
80. Scindapsus (e.g. Pothos) ............................ 1 specimen

Outdoor Planters for Porch or Patio
81. Outdoor hanging flowering container
82. WELCOME - a planter suitable for your entrance
83. FAIRY GARDEN - miniature plants including accessories, not to exceed 18" in any direction
84. Collection of coleus in a planter to feature varied colours and textures
85. HERB GARDEN - 3 herbs grown in a container

You are invited…
The Lansdowne Association for Revitalization invites you to join their garden theme for 2017
“CANADA 150” The village hanging baskets and planters will demonstrate this theme using red and white flowers. Show your community spirit and national pride by planting and growing a Canada 150th garden and patio planters..

Summer Garden Contest - Summer Garden Contest - Residents of the Lansdowne Community are invited to enter a summer garden contest for 2017, sponsored by the Lansdowne Association for Revitalization (LAFR). To enter, please register by name, civic address, and phone number at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Donna at 613-659-3550.
Winners will be announced at the 153rd Lansdowne Fair 2017. Watch for more information in April 2017.

2017 Fair Dates...

July 21 to 23, 2017
Gates open at 3pm!

Homecraft Registration
July 20 at 7pm and
July 21 at 8am

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Admission

Daily Pass:
Adults (13 & Up) - Friday $8, Saturday $10, Sunday $10

Weekend Pass - Adults $18 (Available at the Gates)

Kids (12 & under) - Free everyday!

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Available until July 20, at 4:00 p.m.
at these locations:
Gananoque Pharmasave, Sears, Lucky Dollar, Rapid Valley Restaurant, Lion’s Den, J. W. Lackie & Sons, Hilltop Coffee Shop, Twist’s Outlet, Lansdowne Freshmart, Purcell’s Freshmart Mallorytown, Wing’s Live Bait

Please Note: Advance Midway Bracelets WILL NOT be sold at the Lansdowne Fair Office. 

LAS Meetings

The Lansdowne Agricultural Society meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm; unless otherwise advertised.

The Junior Fairboard meets the last Tuesday of the month at 7pm.
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