OPEN CLASS DIVISIONS & CLASSES
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* Quilt Block*
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1. Blocks entered will become property of the Wright County Fair.
2. A packet of fabric will be available at Art U Creative, 104 N. Main, Clarion for the contestant to use for construction of quilt block. DO NOT ADD
FABRICS AND DO NOT QUILT OR EMBELLISH.
3. Exhibitor may use an established pattern or create an original block.
4. Return completed quilt block(s) with excess fabric and creators contact information, as well as name of the block by June 22, 2017, to Wright Co.
Fair Block, c/o Art U Creative, 104 N. Main, Clarion, IA 50525.
5. Quilt block(s) will be voted on by the public during the fair.
6. Limited to 50 quilt blocks.
7. Quilt Block Contest blocks need to be (12 inches finished - 12-1/2 inches by 12-1/2 inches unfinished).

* NEEDLEWORK DIVISION *
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1. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor.
2. All entries must be in place between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 11 and will remain until Sunday evening July 16 at 5:00 p.m. Be prompt! Judging will begin Wednesday, July 12 at 8:00 a.m.
3. All possible care will be taken to protect exhibits, but the management will not be responsible for loss or damage to exhibits or property of the exhibitors. We suggest you bring your articles in plastic bags.
4. All entries will be judged by the following:
a. General appearance
b. Newness of material
c. Individuality
d. Neatness and quality of workmanship
5. Entries exhibited in past Fairs will not be accepted.
6. Entries in the Open Family Needlework Show are open to residents in Wright County or adjoining counties.
7. Exhibitor may enter one exhibit in no more than three of the sub-classes in each Class division with sub-classes.
8. No exhibitor will be permitted in area during judging.
9. Decision of the judge is final, not every exhibit will necessarily receive a ribbon!
10. Prize money: Blue - $2.00, Red - $1.00, White - Ribbon.
11. A judge’s “Choice of Show” may be awarded a purple rosette.
12. Prize money (if any) will be mailed from the Fair Office after the Fair is over. Items must be picked up at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 16 when your item is released at the Arts & Crafts Building. Prize money will not be issued to anyone who removes an exhibit from the show before closing.
13. Entries are limited to amatuers. Anyone who sells quilts or quilting for pay is considered a professional and must enter the professional class.
Entries for the professional class must be designated with a “P” immediately following the exhibitor numbers on entry tag. The professionals are not eligible for the judges “Choice of Show” award.

Exhibit List

Class 1 - Crochet
a. Afghans and throws
b. Clothing
c. Tatting
d. Miscellaneous
e. Tablecloths
f. Doilies - Starched and
Blocked
g. Baby afghans

Class 2 - Hand Stitching
a. Cross-stitch
b. Crewel
c. Candlewicking
d. Hardanger
e. English smocking
f. Embroidery
g. Wall hanging
h. Miscellaneous

Class 3 - Needlepoint
All entries must
show decorative
needleworkdecorative
sewing other than plain
sewing (ex: cross
stitch, embroidery,
needlepoint, plastic
canvas, etc.)
a. Wall hangings
b. Pillows
c. Miscellaneous

Class 4 - Latch Hook
a. Wall hangings
b. Rugs
c. Miscellaneous

Class 5 - Holiday
Decorations
a. Holiday wall hangings
b. Tree ornaments
c. Novelty items

Class 6 - Knitting
a. Afghans and throws
b. Sweaters and clothing
c. Accessories (mittens,
hats, etc.)
d. Miscellaneous
e. Baby afghans

Class 7 - Hand Quilted

Class 8 - Quilts done
by one individual
(quilt top and
quilting)-Bed Size
(twin, full, queen or king)

a. Applique
b. Crazy quilting
c. Machine pieced
d. Paper pieced
e. Machine embroidery
f. Hand embroidery
g. Hand pieced
h. Scrap pieced
(contains 20 or more
fabrics)
i. Memory quilts (photo
or T-shirt)
j. Miscellaneous

Class 9 - Quilts done
one individual (quilt
top and quilting)-Small
(throw, youth, crib,
infant, lap, or wall)
a. Applique
b. Crazy quilting
c. Machine pieced
d. Paper pieced
e. Machine embroidery
f. Hand embroidery
g. Hand pieced
h. Scrap pieced
(contains 20 or more
fabrics)
i. Memory quilts (photo
or T-shirt)
j. Miscellaneous
k. Holiday

Class 10 - Quilts by two or more
individuals (quilt top done by one or more and quilting done by one or more)- Specify what part of the
work you did. - Bed Size (twin, full, queen, or king)
a. Applique
b. Crazy quilting
c. Machine pieced
d. Paper pieced
e. Machine embroidery
f. Hand embroidery
g. Hand pieced
h. Scrap pieced (contains 20 or more
fabrics)
i. Memory quilts (photo
or T-shirt)
j. Miscellaneous
k. Holiday

Class 11 - Quilts by two or more
individuals (quilt top done by one or more and quilting done by one or more)-Small (throw, youth, crib, infant, lap, or wall) - Specify what part of the work you did.
a. Applique
b. Crazy quilting
c. Machine pieced
d. Paper pieced
e. Machine embroidery
f. Hand embroidery
g. Hand piecing
h. Scrap pieced (contains 20 or more
fabrics)
i. Memory quilts (photo or T-shirt)
j. Miscellaneous

Class 12 - Other Quilted Articles
A. Jacket or Vest
B. Pillows
C. Purses
D. Totes
E. Table runner
F. 2 Placemats
G. Miscellaneous

Class 13 - Other Pieces
Articles (not quilted)

Class 14 - Rugs

Class 15-
Miscellaneous

CHANGES TO RULES & REGULATIONS –
If quilt or item has a label, it MUST be
covered for judging.

* ARTS & CRAFTS DIVISION *
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Rules and Regulations

1. All arrangements and handmade work must be the work of the exhibitor.
2. All entries must be in place between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 11 and must be picked up Sunday evening at 5:00 p.m. Be prompt!
Judging will begin Wednesday, July 12 at 8:00 a.m.
3. All possible care will be taken to protect exhibits. Management cannot assume responsibility for injury or loss of exhibits.
4. All entries will be judged by the following:
a. General appearance
b. Newness of material
c. Individuality
d. Neatness and quality of workmanship
5. Entries exhibited in past Fairs will not be accepted.
6. Entries in the Arts & Crafts Division are open to residents in Wright County or adjoining counties.
7. Exhibitor may enter one item in no more than three sub-classes in each Class Division with sub-class. No copy-righted copies.
8. No exhibitor will be permitted in area during judging!
9. Decision of the judge is final, not every exhibit will necessarily receive a ribbon!
10. Prize money: Blue - $2.00, Red - $1.00, White - Ribbon
11. A judge’s “Choice of Show” may be awarded a purple rosette.
12. Prize money (if any) will be mailed from the Fair Office after the Fair is over. Items may be picked up at 5 p.m. on Sunday, July 16 when your
item is released at the Arts & Crafts Building. Prize money will not be issued to anyone who removes an exhibit from the show before closing.
13. Entries are limited to amateurs only. If you sell for profit you are professional.

Exhibit List

Class 1 - Ceramics

Class 2 - Pottery
a. Thrown
b. Slab
c. Coil
d. Misc.

Class 3 - Leather work (pig,
cow, lamb)

Class 4 - Rosemaling
a. Large
b. Small

Class 5 - Stenciling

Class 6 - Folk Art

Class 7 - Dolls
a. Soft
b. China
c. Miscellaneous
d. Porcelain

Class 8 - Holiday Decorations
a. Fall
b. Christmas
c. Thanksgiving
d. Easter
e. Miscellaneous

Clas s 9 - Pictures
a. Oil
b. Watercolor
c. Charcoal, color chalks, pencil
d. Acrylics
e. Ink
f. Etched
g. Scratch Art
h. Miscellaneous

i. Paper tole
j. Calligraphy
k. Novelty

Class 10 - Woodwork
a. All hand carved
b. Miscellaneous
c. Shelves
d. Scroll saw
e. Recycled Wood
f. Novelty

Class 11 - Macramé

Class 12 - Tole Painting

Class 13 - Jewelry

Class 14 - Novelty

Class 15 - Baskets

Class 16 - Miscellaneous

Class 17 - Candles
a. Molded
b. Miscellaneous

Class 18 - Photography
a. People
b. Animals
c. Miscellaneous
d. Novelty
e. Landscape
f. birds

Class 19 - Cartoon

Class 20 - Greeting Cards
a. Holiday
b. Miscellaneous
c. Stamped
d. Novelty

Family Crafts for Residents of Care Facilities

This is a separate class for any residents of any of our Care Facilities. The exhibits can be entered in classes as follows. No copyrighted copies. Items can only be shown one year. Each exhibitor may exhibit a total of three exhibits.

Needlework Division
Class 1 - Crochet
Class 2 - Hand Stitching
Class 3 - Needle Point
Class 4 - Latch Hook
Class 5 - Holiday Decorations
Class 6 - Knitting
Class 7 - Quilting
Class 8 - Rugs
Class 9 - Miscellaneous

Arts and Crafts Division

Class 1 - Ceramics
Class 2 - Pottery
Class 3 - Leather
Class 4 - Rosemaling
Class 5 - Stenciling
Class 6 - Folk Art
Class 7 - Dolls
Class 8 - Holiday Decorations
Class 9 - Pictures
Class 10 - Woodwork
Class 11 - Macramé
Class 12 - Oil Painting
Class 13 - Tole Painting
Class 14 - Jewelry
Class 15 - Novelties
Class 16 - Baskets
Class 17 - Miscellaneous


Junior Exhibitors

17 and under

Prize money (if any) will be mailed from the Fair Office after the Fair is over. Items must be picked up at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 16 when your item is released at the 4-H Exhibit Building. Prize money will not be issued to anyone who removes an exhibit from the show before closing.

Prize money: Blue - $2.00, Red - $1.00, White - Ribbon
Exhibit List

Class 1 - Open Arts & Crafts for
ages 12-17
a. Jewelry
b. Pottery
c. Pictures
d. Plastic canvas
e. Miscellaneous
f. Posters
g. Plastic Beads
h. Wall hanging - cross-stitch
i. Weaving
j. Wood items
k. Novelty
l. Tin Punch
m. Stenciling
n. Pincushion
o. Decoration
p. Photography
q. Canvas Painting


Class 2 - Open Clothing
& Textiles 12-17

Class 3 - Open Arts & Crafts for
ages up to 11
a. Jewelry
b. Pottery
c. Pictures
d. Plastic canvas
e. Miscellaneous
f. Posters
g. Plastic Beads
h. Wall hanging - cross-stitch
i. Weaving
j. Wood items
k. Novelty
l. Tin Punch
m. Photography
n. Canvas Painting

Class 4 - Open Clothing & Textiles
for ages up to 11

* CLOTHING & TEXTILES DIVISION *
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Rules and Regulations

1. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor.
2. All entries must be in place between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 11 and need to be picked up at 5:00 p.m. Sunday evening. Be prompt! Judging
will begin Wednesday, July 12 at 8:00 a.m.
3. All possible care will be taken to protect exhibits, but the management will not be responsible for loss or damage to exhibits or property of the
exhibitors. We suggest you bring your articles in plastic bags.
4. All entries will be judged by the following:
a. General appearance
b. Newness of material
c. Individuality
d. Neatness and quality of workmanship.
5. Entries exhibited in past Fairs will not be accepted.
6. Entries in the Clothing & Textile Division are open to residents in Wright County or adjoining counties.
7. Exhibitors may enter one item in no more than three of the sub-classes in each Class Division with sub-classes.
8. No exhibitors will be permitted in area during judging.
9. Decision of the judge is final, not every exhibit will necessarily receive a ribbon!
10. Prize money: Blue - $2.00, Red - $1.00, White - Ribbon.
11. A judge’s “Choice of Show” may be awarded a purple rosette.
12. Prize money (if any) will be mailed from the Fair Office after the Fair is over. Items may be picked up at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 16 when your
item is released at the Arts & Crafts Building. Prize money will not be issued to anyone who removes an exhibit from the show before closing.
 

Exhibit List

Class 1 - Infants and children

Class 2 - Adult sportswear
a. Blouse
b. Pants
c. Skirt
d. T-Shirts

Class 3 - Holiday Apparel

Class 4 - Dress

Class 5 - Novelty sewing

Class 6 - Jackets

Class 7 - Recycled Material
a. Denim
b. Dresses
c. Vest

Class 8 - Sweatshirts
a. Applique

b. Miscellaneous
c. Stripe piecing
d. Novelty
e. Ribbon weaving

Class 9 - Vests
a. Applique
b. Miscellaneous
c. Stripe piecing
d. Novelty
e. Christmas

Class 10 - Denim
a. Applique
b. Christmas
c. Misc.
d. Novelty

Class 11 - Miscellaneous

* PRODUCTS OF THE KITCHEN *
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1. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor.
2. All entries must be in place between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 11 and must be picked up by 5:00 p.m. Sunday
evening. Be prompt! Judging will begin Wednesday, July 12 at 8:00 a.m. Entry could be brought in from 7:30-8:00 a.m. of judging day.
3. All possible care will be taken to protect exhibits, but the management will not be responsible for loss or damage to
exhibits or property of the exhibitors. We suggest you bring your articles in plastic bags.
4. Entries in this department are limited to amateurs only. Anyone who bakes goods to sell for profit is considered
professional.
5. Exhibitors may enter one item in any sub-class.
6. Entries in the Products of the Kitchen are open to residents in Wright County and adjoining counties.
7. Cookies should be placed on double or rigid 6 or 8 inch paper plates. Breads should be on heavy corrugated cardboard
covered with plain white paper. The cardboard should not extend more than 1/2 inch from the edge of the product. All products must have entry tags
securely tied to pass.
8. Judging will be based upon appearance, texture and taste. Judge will decide which ribbons, if any, are to be awarded. In
articles having no competition they will not award a premium unless Judge feels they are worthy of one.
9. No exhibitor will be permitted in area during judging.
10. Decision of the judge is final, not every exhibit will necessarily receive a ribbon!
11. Prize money: Blue - $2.00, Red - $1.00, White - Ribbon.
12. A judge’s “Choice of Show” may be awarded a purple rosette.
13. Prize money (if any) will be mailed from the Fair Office after the Fair is over. Items must be picked up at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 16 when your
item is released at the 4-H Exhibit Building. Prize money will not be issued to anyone who removes an exhibit from the show before closing.
14. Must include recipe for each food item.
 

Exhibit List

Class 1 - Breads
a. Loaf yeast bread (white)
b. Loaf yeast bread (whole wheat
or graham)
c. Rye bread
d. Cloverleaf rolls, three (whole
wheat)
e. Butterhorn rolls, three
f. Cinnamon rolls, three
(unfrosted)
g. Coffee cake, quick (9x9 or 8x8)
(unfrosted)
h. Quick bread with vegetables
i. Quick bread with fruits
j. Corn bread
k. Dinner rolls, three
l. Muffins, four
m. Home milled flour
n. Miscellaneous
o. Sweet rolls (unfrosted)

Class 2 - Cookies
a. Chocolate Chip, 3 cookies
b. Molasses, 3 cookies
c. Oatmeal, 3 cookies
d. Kringla, 3 cookies
e. Chocolate brownies, 3 (spread
type, not iced)
f. Ice Box, 3 cookies (not frosted)
g. Chocolate drop cookies, 3 (not
frosted)
h. Bar cookies, 3
i. Sugar cookies, 3
j. Unbaked cookies, 3
k. Ginger

l. Miscellaneous
m. Sugar free
n. Spritz
o. Holiday cookies
p. Peanut butter
q. Decorated

Class 3 - Decorated Cakes
& Cookies
a. Plate of 4 cupcakes - not paper
cups
b. Decorated Cake
c. Miscellaneous

Class 4 - Canned Goods
(Include procedure for each
food item)
a. Pickles
b. Vegetables
c. Sauce
d. Meats
e. Jelly & Jams
f. Relish
g. Miscellaneous
h. Fruit

Class 5 - Pies
No soft pies.
Use disposable pan.
a. Fruit
b. Pecan

Class 6 - Candy
a. Fudge
b. Mints
c. Miscellaneous

Class 7 - Cobbler

* HORTICULTURE DEPARTMENT, OPEN SHOW *
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Barb Ainger, Superintendent
Jo Elberg, Assistant Superintendent

Rules and Regulations

Read this section carefully. No awards will be given to inferior exhibits.
1. All fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, and arboreal must be grown by the exhibitor. Entries limited to amateur gardeners.
2. Two members from the same family may not exhibit the same class unless the Junior Gardener (under 18) has his or her
own section in the garden. Please comply.
3. All entries must be in place between 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 13 and remain until 5:00 p.m. Sunday
evening, July 16. Judging will be at 12:30 on Thursday, July 13.
4. No entry fee is required.
5. Each exhibitor may enter up to three exhibits in any one class as the schedule permits. However, each exhibit must be a
different cultivar, color, or type and named. Up to three varieties may be entered in a class, if named. Plates for vegetables
will be furnished.
6. Awards given are recorded under each Division.
7. All possible care will be taken to protect exhibits, but the management will not be responsible for loss or damage to
exhibits.
8. Prize money (if any) will be mailed from the Fair Office after the Fair is over. Items must be picked up at 5:00 p.m. on
Sunday, July 10 at the 4-H Building. No prize money will be issued to anyone removing an exhibit from the show before
closing.
9. Prize money: 1st - $2.00, 2nd - $1.00, 3rd - Ribbon.
10. The Award of Merit ribbon will be given in each division if warranted. A Judge’s “Best of Show” ribbon will be awarded
for the best entry of the whole show.
11. Entries in the Horticulture Department are open to residents in Wright County or adjoining counties.

Vegetable and Fruit Section

When selecting entries for exhibit, the condition and uniformity of size are factors in judging, so choose carefully. Table use
size is preferred.
Gently wash all dirt off, do not scrub!
Do not remove husks from corn or skin from onions.
A strip of corn husk is to be peeled back sufficiently so the judge may see top of each ear and condition of kernels.
Cut off roots from onions. Pick onions a few days before fair so they can dry.
Exhibit herbs in water.
Judge’s decisions are final.

Division I - Vegetables
101. Beans, green, 6
102. Beans, yellow, 6
103. Beans, any other, 6
104. Beets, leave 1” top, 3
105. Cabbage, green, 1
106. Cabbage, red, 1
107. Cauliflower, 1
108. Corn, white, shucks left on, 3
109. Corn, yellow, shucks left on, 3
110. Corn, bi-color, shucks left
on, 3
111. Carrot, leave 1” top, 3
112. Cucumber, slicing, 3
113. Cucumber, pickling, 3
114. Eggplant, 1
115. Kohlrabi, 3
116. Lettuce, in water, 5 leaves or
1 head
117. Onion, white, 1” top left on, 3
118. Onion, yellow, 1” top left on, 3
119. Onion, red, 1” top left on, 3
120. Onion, plate of 3 varieties,
named
121. Onion, green, finger-size, 5
122. Peas, green, 5 pods
123. Peas, sugar snap, 5 pods
124. Peppers, red, 3
125. Peppers, green, 3
a. Bell
b. Other
126. Peppers, any other color, 3
127. Peppers, sweet salad, 3
128. Peppers, hot, 3
129. Peppers, collection of 3
varieties, named
130. Potatoes, red, new (2” or
under), 3
131. Potatoes, red, mature, 3
132. Potatoes, white, new (2” or
under), 3
133. Potatoes, white,
mature, 3
134. Potatoes, any other, 3
135. Potatoes, collection of 3
varieties, named
136. Spinach, in water, 3 leaves
137. Squash, zucchini, 3
138. Squash, summer, any other
variety, 3
139. Tomato, cherry, 5 (remove
stem)
140. Tomato, patio, 3 (remove
stem)
141. Tomato, early hybrid, 3
(remove stem)
142. Turnip, 1” left on
top, 3
143. Any other vegetable, small, 3
144. Any other vegetable, medium,
2
145. Any other vegetable, large, 1
146. Basket of at least 5 varieties,
named
(use a cloth to line basket)
147. Unusual shaped vegetable, 1
148. Broccoli, 1

Division II - Fruits
201. Apple, early variety, 3
202. Blackberries, 10
203. Blueberries, 10
204. Cherries, 10
205. Grapes, 1 bunch on paper
plate
206. Melon, cantaloupe, 1
207. Melon, watermelon, 1
208. Raspberries, black, 10
209. Raspberries, red, 10
210. Rhubarb, 3 (pull out of
ground, trim leaves to 1-1/2
inches & tie together at both
ends)
211. Strawberries, 10
212. Any other fruit, 3 small, 2
medium or 1 large

Division III - Herb
301. Basil, 3 stems
302. Chives, 5 stems
303. Dill, 1 specimen
304. Garlic, 1 stalk-1 inch top left
on
305. Lavender, 3 stems
306. Mint, 3 stems
307. Oregano, 3 stems
308. Parsley, 3 stems
309. Any other herb, 3 stems
310. Collection of 5 varieties,
named
311. Sage, 3 stems
312. Thyme, 3 stems

Flower and Plant Section

Most flower specimens should be conditioned: cut stems evening before entering, place in water immediately, gently wash if
dirty, pick off any bugs or damaged leaves, keep in cool place overnight.
Condition, uniformity of blooms, straightness of stems, healthy foliage will be some of the factors considered by the judge.
Labeling entry with name of variety will be an asset.
Bring specimens in suitable inexpensive clear glass containers (no colored). Stems must be visible to judge without removing
flowers from container. Some attached foliage must remain on stem having foliage. Please do not have foliage under the
water line on specimens where removal is possible. All stems must be the same length.
The chairman shall have the right to remove an exhibit if it becomes unsightly. Exhibitors may replace wilted flowers, after
judging, if they wish.
Helpful Hints:
A spray is a branched stem with more than 1 bloom or bud.
Dahlias - disbud, no green centers, stems straight.
Daylilies - may have discarded blooms, which have been cut off.
Gladiolas - don’t disbud.
Knockout Roses are shrubs.
Double Potting is permissible for container plants.

Division IV - Annuals
Annuals - have to plant each year or reseed itself
401. Aster, single, 1 color, 3 stems
402. Aster, double, 1 color, 3 stems
403. Aster, mixed colors, 3 stems
404. Bachelor Buttons, 1 color, 3 stems
405. Bachelor Buttons, mixed colors, 3 stems
406. Bells of Ireland, leaves attached, 1 stem
407. Calendula, 1 color, 3 stems
408. Carnations, may mix colors, 1 variety, 3 stems
409. Celosia, plumbed, 1 stem
410. Celosia, crested, 1 stem
411. Celosia, pink candle, 1 stem
412. Celosia, miniature, 1 bloom
413. Coleus, may mix colors, 1 variety, 3 stems
414. Cosmos, may mix colors, 1 variety, 3 stems
415. Dianthus (annual), may mix colors, 3 stems
416. Gaillardia, (blanket flower), 1 color, 3 stems
417. Impatiens, single, 1 color, 3 stems
418. Impatiens, double, 1 color, 3 stems
419. Impatiens, mixed colors, 3 stems
420. Larkspur, may mix colors, 3 stems
421. Lobelia, (annual), 1 color, 3 stems
422. Marigold, single type, 1 color bloom, 2 sprays
423. Marigold, small double, 1 color, 2 sprays
424. Marigold, medium double, 1 color, 2 sprays
425. Marigold, large, 1 color, 2 sprays
426. Marigold, collection of 3 varieties, named
427. Nasturtium, one color, 3 stems
428. Nasturtium, mixed colors, 3 stems
429. Pansy, one variety, 3 stems
430. Pansy, mixed colors, 3 blooms
431. Petunia, single, 1 color, 3 stems
432. Petunia, double, 1 color, 3 stems
433. Petunia, miniature (low-growing), 1 color, 3 stems
434. Petunia, new “waves”, 1 color, 3 stems
435. Petunia, variegated, 1 color, 3 stems
436. Petunia, mixed colors, 3 stems
437. Phlox (annual), may mix colors, 3 stems
438. Poppy (annual), may mix colors, 1 variety, 3 stems
439. Rudbeckia (annual), 1 color, 3 stems
440. Saliva, red, 1 variety, 3 stems
441. Saliva, any other color, 1 variety, 3 stems
442. Snapdragon, small, 1 color, 3 stems
443. Snapdragon, medium, 1 color, 3 stems
444. Snapdragon, large, 1 color, 3 stems
445. Snapdragon, mixed colors, 3 stems
446. Statice, 1 color, 3 stems
447. Sunflower, small, 1 variety, 3 stems
448. Sunflower, medium, 1 variety, 3 stems
449. Sunflower, large, 1 stem
450. Sweet Peas, may mix colors, 1 variety, 3 blooms
451. Sweet William, may mix colors, 1 variety, 3 stems
452. Verbena (annual), 1 color, 3 stems
453. Viola, 1 variety, 3 blooms
454. Viola, different colors, 3 blooms
455. Vinca (periwinkle), 1 color, 3 stems
456. Zinnia, small, 1 color, 3 stems
457. Zinnia, medium, 1 color, 3 stems
458. Zinnia, large, 1 color, 3 stems
459. Zinnia, different colors, 1 variety, 3 stems
460. Any other annual, small, 1 color, 3 stems
461. Any other annual, medium, 1 color, 3 stems
462. Any other annual, large, 1 stem
463. Any other annual vine in bloom, 1 color, 3 stems
464. Any other annual used for drying, must be fresh, 1 variety, 3 small
or 3 medium or 1 large
465. Annuals, collection of 5 varieties, same color family, named
466. Annuals, collection of 5 varieties, named
467. Cleome (Spider Flower), 1 stem
Division V - Perennials
Perennials - come up every year from the root
501. Astilbe, (spirea), 1 spike
502. Aster (perennial), 1 variety, 3 stems
503. Black-eye Susan (rudbeckia), 1 color, 3 stems
504. Chrysanthemum, 1 spray
505. Clematis, 1 flower in dish
506. Coreopsis, 1 color, 3 stems
507. Daisy, gloriosa, 1 variety, 3 stems
508. Daisy, painted (pyrethrum), 1 variety, 3 stems
509. Daisy, Shasta, 1 variety, 3 stems
510. Decorative Grasses, 1 variety, 3 stems
511. Delphinium, 1 stalk
512. Dianthus (perennial), may mix colors, 3 stems
513. Echinacea, 1 stem
514. Foxglove, 1 stem
515. Geranium (hardy), 1 variety, 3 stems
516. Globe Thistle (Echinops), 1 stalk
517. Gypsophila (baby’s breath), 1 stem
518. Heuchera (coral bells), 1 variety, 3 stems
519. Hollyhock, miniature, 1 stalk
520. Hollyhock, single, 1 stalk
521. Hollyhock, double, 1 stalk
522. Hosta, small, 1 variety, 3 stems (width up to 2 in.)
523. Hosta, medium, 1 variety, 3 stems (width up to 4 in.)
524. Hosta, large, 1 variety, 3 stems (width up to 6 in.)
525. Hosta, very large, 1 variety, 3 stems (width over 6 in.)
526. Hosta, collection of 5 varieties, named
527. Lobelia, (perennial), 1 variety, 3 stems
528. Monarda, 1 variety, 3 stems
529. Phlox, white, 1 stem
530. Phlox, purple, 1 stem
531. Phlox, any other color, 1 stem
532. Platycodon, 1 variety, 1 stem
533. Poppy (perennial), 1 variety, 3 stems
534. Scabiosa, 1 variety, 3 stems
535. Sedum, 1 stem
a. Green
b. Variegated
c. Red
536. Verbena (perennial), 1 variety, 3 stems
537. Veronica (speedwell), 1 stem
538. Yarrow (achillea), fresh, 1 variety, 3 stems
539. Perennials, any other perennial, small, 1 variety, 3 stems
540. Perennials, any other perennial, medium, 1 variety, 3 stems
541. Perennials, any other perennial, large, 1 stem
542. Perennials, any other perennial, vine in bloom, 3 stems
543. Perennials, any other perennial used for drying, must be fresh, 1
variety, 3 small, 3 medium or 1 large
544. Perennials, collection of 5 varieties, same color family, named
545. Perennials, collection of 5 varieties, named
546. Wild Flowers, 3 stems
547. Companula (Bellflower) 1 stem

Division VI - Bulbs & Related Structures
601. Allium, small, 1 variety, 3 stems
602. Allium, medium, 1 variety, 3 stems
603. Allium, large, 1 stem
604. Begonias, tuberous, 1 (like a rose)
605. Begonias, fibrous, 1 (smaller, individual)
606. Dahlias, extra large decorative, 9-11”, 1
607. Dahlias, large decorative, 7-9”, 1
608. Dahlias, medium decorative, 4-7”, 1
609. Dahlias, small decorative, 3-4”, 1
610. Dahlias, border, 3
611. Dahlias, cactus, 1
612. Dahlias, pompon, 1
613. Dahlias, spider, 1
614. Dahlias, water lily type, 1
615. Daylily (hemerocallis), Miniature bloom up to 2”
616. Daylily, double, 1
617. Daylily, 1 Scape
a. Small
b. Medium
c. Large
618. Daylily, common roadside (orange), 1
619. Daylily, collection of 5 varieties, named
620. Gladiolus, solid color, 1
621. Gladiolus, bi-color, 1
622. Gladiolus, tri-color, 1
623. Gladiolus, dwarf, 1
624. Gladiolus, collection of 5 varieties, named
625. Liatris, 1 variety, 3 stems
626. Lily, tiger, 10-20 flowers per stalk, 1
627. Lily, trumpet, Aurelion, 1 (includes Easter)
628. Lily, oriental, 1 (fragrant)
629. Lily, Asiatic, 1
a. Light
b. Dark
630. Lily, calla, 1
a. White
b. Colored
631. Lily, any other true lily not listed, 1
632. Lily, water, 1 in dish
633. Any other bulb or related structure not listed, 1
634. Collection of 5 varieties, named

Division VII - Roses
701. Rose, tea, grown disbudded, 1 bloom
702. Rose, grandiflora, grown disbudded, 1 bloom
703. Rose, shrub, 1 stem
704. Rose, miniature
a. 1 stem
b. 1 spray
705. Rose, climbing, 1 stem
706. Rose, floribunda, 1 bloom
707. Rose, collection of 3 blooms, 1 variety
708. Rose, collection of 3 varieties, named
Division VIII - Container Plants
Please groom well before exhibiting!
Indoor Containers
801. Cactus, 1
802. Cactus garden with 2 or more varieties
803. Christmas cactus
804. Fern
805. Ivy
806. Piggy Back Plant
807. Philodendron
808. Spider or airplane plant
809. Succulent
810. Succulent garden with 2 or more varieties
811. Swedish Ivy
812. African Violets, single crown, single, any color
813. African Violets, single crown, double, any color
814. African Violets, single crown, miniature, any color
815. Wandering Jew
816. Any other houseplant
817. Any other blooming houseplant
818. Any other houseplant vine
819. Any other houseplant grown for foliage
820. Any other houseplant in unusual container
821. Two or more house plants in one container
Summer Outdoor Containers
851. Any seasonal plant, 1 variety
852. Any seasonal planter with 2 or more varieties
853. Any seasonal hanging plant in bloom, 1 variety
854. Any seasonal hanging plant in bloom, 2 or more varieties
855. Any other seasonal plant(s), 1 or more varieties

Division IX - Arboreal (6-24 inches)
901. Barberry, red leaf, 1 branch
a. miniature
b. regular
902. Barberry, yellow leaf, 1 branch
903. Crab apple, 1 branch
904. Evergreen, 1 branch
905. Fruited branch grown for birds, 1 branch
906. Grown for flower, 1 branch
907. Grown for flower in bloom, 1 branch
908. High bush cranberry, 1 branch
909. Any other branch not listed, 1 branch
910. Collection of 3 branches, named, displayed in basket or large clear
vase
911. Hydrangea, 1 branch
a. White
b. Colored
912. Potentilla, 1 variety, 3 stems

Division X - Bouquets of Flowers
1001. Bouquet of at least 5, 1 kind of flower, mixed colors, named
1002. Bouquet of at least 5, mixed flowers, mixed colors, named
1003. Bouquet of at least 5, mixed flowers, same color family, named

 

 
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