Flower Show Results

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Below are the results of the wonderful show at the Methodist Home last week. Photos can be viewed by clicking HERE. Be sure to take a look....it was a beautiful show, thanks to Beth Bartle and her crew! 

Weeders Fall 2014 Flower Show Results

“All Around Town”

Horticulture Classes

 1. Last Rose of Summer Cut Specimen: a. Shrub
                        1st:  Julie DeVuono
                        2nd:
                        3rd: Maria Thompson
                        HM:

1. Last Rose of Summer Cut Specimen: b. Hybrid Tea                                    
                                          NO ENTRY

1. Last Rose of Summer Cut Specimen: c. Other
                                          NO ENTRY
                        
2. Cut  Flowering Woody Branch not to exceed 24”
a. Hydrangea           
1st:  Karen Doyle
                        2nd: Cheryl Cheston
                       3rd: Patty Minehart
                        HM: Nancy Evans/ Patty Minehart
b. Other
1st:
                        2nd:
                        3rd: Alice Doering
                        HM: Maria Thompson/Alice Doering/Lorraine Wallace

3. Cut Branch with Berries or Seed Pods, not to exceed 30”
a. Woody, other than Viburnum   
                        1st: Julie DeVuono
                        2nd: Polly Garnett
                        3rd: Cheryl Cheston
                        HM: Julie DeVuono
            b. Viburnum
                        1st: Cheryl Cheston
                        2nd: Cheryl Cheston
                        3rd: Alice Doering
                        HM:
c. Herbaceous Perennial
                        1st:
                        2nd:
                        3rd: Julie DeVuono
HM:

d. Annual/Tender Perennial
                        NO ENTRY

4. Cut Flower, other than Dahlia
a. Annual/Tender Perennial
                        1st:
                        2nd: Julie DeVuono
                        3rd: Polly Garnett
                        HM: Lorraine Wallace

b. Herbaceous Perennial
            b1 Other Color                        b2 Pink                                                b3 Purple

                        1st: Polly Garnett                   1.Marilyn Sprague                1.Sally Wood

                        2nd: Cheryl Cheston               2.Sally Wood                         2.Cheryl Cheston

                        3rd: Julie DeVuono               3.Cheryl Cheston                  3.Polly Garnett

                        HM: Julie Devuono/             HM Polly Garnett/                HM Alice Doering

                                Lorraine Wallace/       Lorraine Wallace

                               Cheryl Cheston
5. Dahlia
             a. Cut Specimen
                         1st:
                        2nd:
                        3rd: Patty Minehart
                        HM: Maria Thompson/Patty Minehart/Patty Minehart
            b. Potted Plant
                         NO ENTRY

6. “Oldie But Goodie.” Houseplant   State length of ownership
1st: Alice Doering***BEST IN SHOW
2nd: Sally Wood
      3rd: Alice Doering
      HM: Cheryl Cheston/Cheryl Cheston

7. Propagation – (To be judged as Par Class) SPECIAL CLASS COMMENDATION
"Grown to be Shown/Fabulous Job"
 Describe method of propagation and length of ownership
a.    From June 25th , 2014 workshop
                  1st: Alice Doering 3 entries             
                  1st: Lorraine Wallace 3 entries      FOR BOTH a. and b.
                  1st: Julie DeVuono 3 entries                       
b. Other
                1st: Alice Doering 3 entries
                  2nd: Diane McCallister 1 entry
                  3rd:
                  HM:

8. Challenge Class—Brugmansia ‘Little Angel’ from June meeting
a. Cutting
                  1st: Cheryl Cheston
                  2nd: Ellen Pemberton
                 3rd:
                  HM:

b. Potted plant  NOT JUDGED   1 PHOTOGRAPH DISPLAYED

9. “Quaker Delight”. Collection of at least 5 cut specimens from your garden. May be from mixed plants (Woody, herbaceous, bulb, etc.) To be shown in exhibitor’s own container. To be judged 70% for horticulture, 30% for artistic effect.
            a. Foliage only
                                    1st: Julie DeVuono
                                    2nd:
                                    3rd:
                                    HM:

b.    Specimens with fruit, seedpod and/or grass
1st: Alice Doering***BEST IN SHOW
                  2nd: Linda Anderson
                  3rd:
                  HM:
c.     Herbaceous flowering perennials
                   NO ENTRY
                           
10. “Farm to Table”.  Collection of herbs from your garden.  Include recipe using at least one of the herbs. To be shown in exhibitor’s own container. To be judged 70% for horticulture, 30% for artistic effect.
1st: Alice Doering
                        2nd:
                        3rd:
                        HM:

11. Container Garden.  Key card required. No ownership requirement.

a.    Herbs     NO ENTRY

b. Other          NO ENTRY


Floral Design/Arrangement Classes

12. “Italian Market” A combination of flowers and vegetables in the colorful spirit of the Italian Market.  Creative mass design, not to exceed 24” height and width. To be viewed from all sides.

                        1st:
                        2nd: Patty Minehart
                        3rd:
                        HM:

13. “Ben Franklin Bridge”  A two-part creative design to celebrate the inventive Benjamin Franklin. Containers linked together. Not to exceed 24” height and width. Viewed from 3 sides.

***1st: Diane McCallister BEST IN SHOW
                        2nd: Beth Bartle
                        3rd: Patricia Doolittle
                        HM:

14. “Go Eagles”  Foliage arrangement incorporating the manipulation of leaves and using at least 3 types of leaves. Not to exceed 30” height and width. Viewed from 3 sides. Feathers not allowed.

                        1st: Patty Minehart
                        2nd: Patricia Doolittle
                        3rd: Sally Wood
                        HM:


Total numbers of winners, class entries, entries by exhibitors:

Exhibitor ID #                                  Class Entries                     Winners—see above

1.Ellen Pemberton
1Hort

2.Patricia Doolittle
2 Floral Design

3.Cheryl Cheston
10 Hort

4.Lorraine Wallace
8 Hort

5.Alice Doering
15 Hort

6.Maria Thompson
5 Hort

7.Patty Minehart
6 Hort
 1 Floral Design

8.Marilyn Sprague
1 Hort

 9.Beth Bartle
1 Floral Design

10.Sally Wood
3 Hort

11.Julie DeVuono
11 Hort

12.Linda Anderson
1 Hort

13.Nancy Evans
1 Hort

14.Margaret Sager
3 Hort

15.Diane McCallister
1 Hort
1 Floral Design

16.Polly Garnett
5 Hort

17.Karen Doyle
1 Hort

 

TOTAL ENTRIES  77

HORT   72

FLORAL DESIGN  5