Junior & Young Adult Horticulture

Class 1600 – JUNIOR & YOUNG ADULT HORTICULTURE

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Committee Chair: Bev Elnor, 905-655-1070

Rules:

1.      No artificial flower unless otherwise stated.

Prizes:
1st $2.00 2nd $1.75 3rd $1.50 4th $1.25

Class Sponsors:
FELIX ALIE
YOUNG’S WATER SYSTEMS
GLORIA JACKSON
APPLE BLOSSOM SHOP, ORONO
MITCHELL LUMBER
BROOKLIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

Flower Specimen

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  1601 - Iris, any type, any colour (1 bloom)

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  1602 - Lilac, single, any colour (1 bloom)

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  1603 - Lilac, double, any colour (1 bloom)

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  1604 - Lily of the Valley, blooms with some foliage (3 stems)

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  1605 - Narcissus, (daffodil) any type (1 scape)

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  1606 - Tulip, single, any colour (1 bloom)

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  1607 - Viola (Pansy or Johnny-Jump-Up) (3 stems)

Houseplants

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  1608 - Plant grown for foliage, must be identified (1 pot)

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  1609 - Plant grown for bloom, must be identified (1 pot)

Vegetables (MUST BE SHOWN ON A PAPER PLATE)

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  1610 - Radishes, 1 cultivar, tops trimmed to 2.5 cm (1 inch) (3 plants)

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  1611 - Rhubarb, 1 cultivar, pulled out, tops cut 3.8 cm (1 ½ inches) in fan shape, tied (3 stems)

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  1612 - Any other vegetable, (3 plants or stems)


Just for Fun ~ Our Amateur Horticultural Corner

Prizes:
1st $3.00 2nd $2.50 3rd $2.00 4th $1.50

Design

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  1613 - 'Wagon Wheels and Ferris Wheels' Design a centre piece for a table, using fresh flowers

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  1614 - “Funny Planters” Create a planter from a recycled container and fill with the most unusual plant

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  1615 - “Crazy Critter”, Crazy shaped fruit or vegetable, decorated to create the strangest character ever, displayed on a disposable plate


Special Exhibits

Prizes:
1st $3.00 2nd $2.50 3rd $2.00 4th $1.50

Preschool up to & including Senior Kindergarten

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  1616 - 'Gigantic Beans' Three yellow or green bean seeds placed on a piece of damp cotton batten in a Ziploc bag, must have sprouted

Grades 1 and 2

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  1617 - 'Bean Power' Three yellow or green bean seeds placed on a piece of damp cotton batten in a Ziploc bag, must have sprouted

Grades 3 and 4

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  1618 - 'Super Roots' A vegetable or fruit rooted in a glass container, water only

Grade 5 to Grade 12

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  1619 - 'Spring Colours' A boot, of your choice, filled with artificial mixed spring flowers, accessories allowed

Exhibitor with the most points for Class 1600 will receive
A Prize of $10 donated by
YOUNG’S WATER SYSTEMS


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