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iCanGarden.com
... in the native plants of British Columbia and their preservation. THE AGCBC SPRING SHOW presents competitive exhibits illustrating all the classes of plants our members grow: alpine and woodland plants from four ...
www.icangarden.com

Royal Horticultural Society - About Us: RHS Committees
... 2002. Formerly Photographic Panel) The Committee is responsible for judging exhibits of photographs of plants, flowers and gardens. It reports to ... judging all group exhibits of rock garden and alpine plants shown at the London Flower Shows. Group exhibits at Chelsea are ... Committee will meet in the RHS Halls to inspect non-competitive exhibits (unless otherwise notified) at 10.15am on the first day ...
www.rhs.org.uk

Scottish Rock Garden Club - Main Index Page
... at previous SRGC shows. Section III is for Junior members. Section IV is for non-competitive exhibits of plants, photographs, paintings, sketches, etc. Council is anxious to encourage these to make the ... and the names should be horizontally displayed. Inaccurate naming shall not be a disqualification. 5. Competitive exhibits must be the property of the exhibitor and must have been in his or her ...
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Hosta Show
... Design are specified under the Design Division. There are no awards for Division V - Non-Competitive Exhibits. 7. Care will be taken, but no responsibility shall be incurred by any person, group ... -Maria Herwig, Alex Malloy, Ali Pollock, Warren Pollock, and Kent Terpening. DIVISION V – NONCOMPETITIVE EXHIBITS Entries in the Noncompetitive Division are not judged. The exhibit may be a single cut ...
www.tristatehosta.org

Michiana Orchid Society
... recognition based on present quality, without regard to previous awards.† To maintain highly competitive standards, no trophies or other recognition will be awarded if, in the judges ... in flower, arranged for effect, 25 square feet maximum. 4.†††††††† Other exhibits- (Examples might† include: Educational exhibits,† Cut flowers arranged for effect, Orchid related materials arranged for effect, ...
community.michiana.org

Exhibiting at Hort Shows: Some Winning Strategies
... the basis of the artistic effect created. Closing time for staging - Shows often specify that exhibits must be ready for judging at a given time. Most shows will reject late entries ... -quality materials. A head of cauliflower all brown and ricey has no place in a competitive show. Unfortunately, such entries are occasionally seen. It is not wise to submit entries of ...
gardenline.usask.ca

nvps journal:
... of additions. In reviewing this year's show it was clear that the majority of exhibits were in classes for garden varieties. The committee therefore decided that it would try to ... of viola or pansy there is a class in which it can be shown. The competitive element at our show is minimal. What we want is to fill the hall with ...
myweb.tiscali.co.uk

Gainesville Camellia Society- Florida--growing and showing camellia flowers
... enter a bloom in the Novice Division or in another competitive division or you might have a Grace Albritton whose size ... flowers being attached to stems in the rules governing acceptance of exhibits. However, most show programs exhibition rules give a required ... example, the Gainesville Camellia Society's show program states "All competitive entries shall be attached to their own stems. The stems ...
www.afn.org

Alpine Garden Society
... Rock Garden Society. His letter proposed the staging of shows with both professional and amateur exhibits (as well as a bulletin, seed exchange and programs of lectures). After a lively correspondence ... . However, heading indoors across the white-rimed lawns surrounding the new venue of this first competitive meet of the year, a warm glow was engendered by a very serviceable display of ...
www.alpinegardensociety.net

APS Annual Meeting 2002 - Networking Opportunities
... ) Posters Program (pdf) Special Sessions Posters/Oral Topics Poster Guidelines Professional Development Networking Opportunities Exhibits and Services Exhibitor Materials Roommate Requests APS 2002 Annual Meeting July 27-31, ... final rounds in the evening during "social hour." Don't miss this often-hilarious "competitive" event! Prizes are awarded to first and second place teams. Women in Plant ...
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