Jill Heath & Myrna Patterson
Special Prize Awards
David Ralph, Vicki Butler, Nola Yorsten
1. All exhibits (except for floral art) must be grown by the exhibitor or have
been in his or her possession for at least 2 months prior to the show.
2. Exhibits to be shown in containers of exhibitor’s own choice except
where otherwise stated. Definition of a container is a receptacle of any
shape or design in which plant material is exhibited.
(i) A container exhibit must consist of 2 or more stems.
(ii) Unless otherwise stated an exhibit must consist of one kind of plant
(iii) Name Roses where possible.
(iv) Where number of stem is stated, branching of a stem to be above the rim of container.
(v) Terminology: ‘Kind’ e.g. Camellia, ‘Type’ e.g. Sasanqua. ‘Variety’ e.g. With Love
JUDGING: Saturday 27 November
Performed by Australian Horticultural Judges’ Association Inc.
Entries to be handed to Stewards on Saturday 27 November
between 7.30am and NO LATER than 9am
Pavilion will open at 7.30am and close 9am SHARP
Closing date for Entry: 12 November
NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
$1 Per Entry, Juniors Free
PRIZES: 1st $2, 2nd $1 unless otherwise stated
Sponsored by Yea Garden Club
Most Successful Exhibitor in Section H:
The Royal Horticultural Society Silver Medal, Rosette and $20 Voucher donated by Garden Centre Yea.
Most Successful Exhibitor Junior Section:
Rosette, $10 Donated by Yea Garden Club.
Best Exhibit in Roses; classes 1-7:
John Yorsten Memorial Trophy, National Rose Society Bronze Medal, Rosette and $10
Best Exhibit (other than a rose):
classes 8-21: Rosette, $10 donated by Yea Garden Club.
Best Floral Art Exhibit; classes 31-44:
Yea Garden Club Trophy, Rosette and $10
Best Arrangement of Roses; class 40:
Dawn McIntosh Memorial Trophy and $10
Best Lilium: class 16a:
Kath McCracken Perpetual Trophy.
Best Exhibit in Container:
classes 22-30: Peter and Jill Heath Perpetual Trophy
Best Exhibit in Fruit and Vegetables:
classes 45-56: $20 in Memory of Stan and Helen Cummins.
CUT FLOWERS AND FLOWERING SHRUBS AND TREES
1. THREE FULL BLOOM ROSES shown separately (must show stamens)
2. THREE ROSES different varieties, shown separately.
3. ONE ROSE any type (no buds)
4. CONTAINER OF ROSES 6-10 stems
5. ONE STEM OF FLORIBUNDA (cluster) ROSE.
6. MINIATURE ROSE (no buds)
7. ONE STEM OF DAVID AUSTEN
8. SIX PANSIES shown separately
9. CONTAINER OF CUT FLOWERS, one type of one variety.
10. CONTAINER OF MIXED CUT FLOWERS AND/OR SHRUBS Container no more than 30cm tall
11. ONE FUSCHIA Single variety
12. ONE FUSHCIA Double variety
13. THREE ZONAL PELARGONIUMS(geraniums) Not necessarily different, shown separately
14. THREE REGAL PELARGONIUMS Not necessarily different, shown separately
15. THREE CARNATIONS not necessarily different, shown separately
16. ONE BLOOM OR STEM OF IRIS any type
16a. ONE STEM OF LILIUM any type
17. ONE STEM OF THREE DIFFERENT KINDS OF CUT FLOWER (no roses)
18. SWEET PEAS any number of stems
19. CONTAINER OF FLOWERING SHRUBS not less than four kinds.
Container no more than 30cm tall.
20. CONTAINER OF FOLIAGE not less than four kinds.
Container no more than 30cm tall.
21. CONTAINER OF AUSTRALIAN NATIVE SHRUBS and /or FLOWERS no less than four different kinds. Container no more than 30cm tall.
CONTAINER GROWN PLANTS
Note carefully: only one plant to a container unless otherwise stated.
Hanging racks are provided
22. CONTAINER OF MAIDEN HAIR FERN
23. CONTAINER OF FERN (Excluding Maiden Hair)
24. CONTAINER PLANT IN BLOOM
25. CONTAINER PLANT FOLIAGE ONLY. (excluding fern, succulent and cacti)
25a CONTAINER OF SUCCULENTS OR CACTI
26. CONTAINER PLANT OF ORCHID any type
27. CONTAINER PLANT, MULTIPLE PLANTING one or more kind
28. HANGING CONTAINER IN BLOOM
29. HANGING CONTAINER, FOLIAGE ONLY.
30. HANGING CONTAINER, MULTIPLE PLANTING one or more kind.
31. LADY’S SPRAY
32. ONE GENTLEMEN’S BUTTONHOLE
33. DECORATION FOR CHRISTMAS TABLE, horticultural material
34. MODERN ARRANGEMENT
35. MANTELPIECE ARRANGEMENT
36. ARRANAGEMENT OF FLOWERS IN NOVEL CONTAINER
37. ARRANGEMENT OF MIXED FLOWERS with any natural foliage
38. ARRANGEMENT OF FLOWERS IN TINTS AND SHADES OF ONE COLOUR
some foliage allowed.
39. ARRANGEMENT OF IRISES.
40. ARRANGMENT OF ROSES
41. DRIED ARRANGEMENT plant material
42. ARRANGEMENT OF FRESH FOLIAGE
43. MINIATURE ARRANGEMENT, fresh or dried, not more than 10cm (4”) overall
44. ARRANGEMENT OF ANY OTHER FLOWERS, not previously mentioned, not necessarily horticultural material
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
45. THREE ONIONS with minimum stalk 10cm (4”) one type.
46. ONE HEAD OF LETTUCE WITH STALK
47. ONE HEAD OF CABBAGE WITH STALK
48. TWELVE PODS OF GREEN PEAS
49. THREE STALKS OF RHUBARB
50. TWELVE PODS OF BROAD BEANS
51. BUNCH OF SILVER BEET OR RAINBOW CHARD
52. PUNNET OF STRAWBERRIES
53. THREE LEMONS WITH STALK
54. COLLECTION OF 5 KINDS OF VEGETABLES and/or fruit, displayed in basket or box, root vegetables to be in bunches of 3
55. FRESH MIXED HERBS 6 types shown separately in water
56. TUSSIE MUSSIE, posy of herbs and edible flowers.
14 years and under
PRIZES: Most Successful Exhibitor: $10
Best decorated saucer: $5 Donated by Yea Garden Club
Best Miniature Garden: $10 Head Steward Encouragement Award
Best Animal or Novelty in Fruit or Veg: $5 Donated by Yea Garden Club
Prize Cards for all winning exhibits.
57. PLANT IN POT OR HANGING CONTAINER
58. DECORATED SAUCER in sand, not water, plant material only
59. ARRANGEMENT OF FLOWERS
60. ARRANGEMENT OF FOLIAGE
61. ANY NOVELTY ARRANGEMENT mostly horticultural material
62. ONE ROSE
63. MINIATURE ROSE
64. ONE CUT FLOWER not a rose
65. A MINIATURE GARDEN, container (e.g. shoe box lid) no larger
than A4 size, mainly plant material, accessories allowed.
66. ANIMAL OR NOVELTY IN FRUIT OR VEGETABLES, must be stable
67. LETTUCE preferably with stalk
68. THREE STALKS OF RHUBARB with 10 cm of leaf showing
69. SIX PANSIES shown separately
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Jill Heath - 0427 972 752
Myrna Patterson - (03) 5797 2314