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Lights, Camera, Action”
Table of Contents
Flower Show Committee ……………………………………………………………………………………...Page 1

General Rules……………………………………………………………………………………………….Page 2

Horticulture Awards…………………………………………………………………………..….Page 3

Horticulture Rules…………………………………………………………………………..… ...Page 3 Division I Horticulture………………………………………..…………………………….. …Page 4

Design Awards………………………………………………………………..Page 7

Design Rules……………………………………………………...……….….Page 7

Division II Design…………………………………………………………….Page 8

Special Exhibits Awards……………………………………Page10

Special Exhibit Rules……………………………………….Page10

Division III Special Exhibits………………………………..Page10



Flower Show Committee Chairmen
Show Chairmen Shirley Johnston sajon@pldi.net 580-439-6107 319-750-1779

MaryAnn Holman Makhol@aol.com 580-875-3720 512-917-3349

Schedule Shirley Johnston 580-439-6107

Herb Society Monica Arndt 405-699-2600

Staging & Properties Carolyn Burkes 405-732-3856

Horticulture Consultant Jean Kersten 405-703-0117

Design Consultant Doris Rae Arens 405-751-3117

Hospitality Chairman Mardi McKenzie 405-381-4358

Judges Chairman MaryAnn Holman 580-875-3720

Clerks Chairman Linda Lawson 405-524-1261

Entries & Tabulation Judy Grotts 918-377-2557

Classification Clara Bishop 405-799-7334

Placement Donna Marsheck 918-440-1325

Awards MaryAnn Holman 580-875-3720 Charlene Wells 918-333-8464

Publicity Diana Treat 405-942-2534

Hospitality & Dismantling All Members



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General Rules


  1. Entries are open to all Oklahoma Garden Clubs. All horticulture, design and special exhibits will be received beginning at 7:30 a.m. Friday June10, 2011 at the Will Rogers Expo Center 3400 NW 36th street, Oklahoma City, Ok. and must be in place by 1:00 p.m. All entries must remain in place until the close of the show at 4:00 p.m. Saturday June 11th.




  1. All entries must be accompanied by an entry tag, filled out in advance, if possible and handwritten in pencil or water-proof pen (to avoid water damage). Tags obtainable the day of the show. Also colored sheets of paper will be provided by the show committee to list all entries in all divisions, (green for Horticulture and pink for Design and Special Exhibits.)




  1. No artificial flowers, foliage, fruits or vegetables are allowed in any division.


Emphasis is on Fresh plant material.


  1. Cut annuals & biennials must have been in exhibitors’ possession for at least 90 days.




  1. Container-grown plants must have been in exhibitors’ possession for at least 90 days. Exception: Multiple and combination planting must have been growing together in exhibitors’ possession at least 6 weeks.




  1. Plant material may not be altered by the application (treatment) of oil, commercial “shines products, etc. that may alter artificially change the natural color and texture.




  1. Judging will begin promptly at 2 p.m. June 10, 2011. (Exhibit area will be closed during judging. Only those assisting will be admitted to the area where judging is taking place, Show Chairmen and Classification Chairman.)




  1. The show committee will not be responsible for loss or damage to exhibits or exhibitor’s property, though caution will be exercised.




  1. Classification Chairman will check each entry for conformance to schedule requirements.




  1. Show Chairmen, will be present the day of the show to answer any questions.




  1. Judging will be according to Scale of Points in the National Garden Clubs, Inc. “Handbook for Flowers Show Updated 2007 Edition. Pages 298-304




  1. Judges are required to consider no-blue ribbons for 90 + recognition, by stating so on entry tag.




  1. Plants on state conservation/native plant list, grown by exhibitors or obtained in legal manner and so identified will be allowed. Although no plants on the state endangered species list will be allowed. State policy prevails




  1. Staking is permitted, but should be unobtrusive and not extend above the plant.




  1. Handcrafted, contrives flowers constructed of recognizable Plant Materials are allowed.

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Standard System of Awards HBFS Page 5

All Standard Flower Shows are judged by NGC Standard System of Awarding

1. Scale of Points is based on perfection (100 points) and is used to assure fair & objective evaluation of all exhibits.

2. Ribbons offered and withheld if no exhibits merited.

a. Only one first place (blue) per class or sub-class: must score 90 or more.

b. Only one second place (red) per class or sub-class: must score 85 or more.

c. Only one third place (yellow) per class: must score 80 or more.

d. One or more honorable mention (white) as merited: must score 75 or more.


Judges decision is final. No award will be given unless merited.
NGC Top Exhibitor Awards: Exceptional exhibits are recognized by NGC with special awards, if merited in the opinion of the Judges. HBFS Page 43.


Horticulture Awards HBFS Page 43

Award of Horticulture Excellence: One Award to the highest scoring exhibit in the entire Horticulture Division I consisting of a rosette of green, orange and blue ribbons.

Arboreal Award: One Horticulture Award in Section G consisting of a rosette of green ribbons in two shades.

Award of Merit: Five Horticulture Awards in Sections A, C, E, F & H consisting of a rosette of orange ribbons.

Grower’s Choice Award: Two Horticulture Awards in Sections C & D consisting of a rosette of green & white ribbons

Special Award: Division I Section C Classes 23-29 consisting of a rosette of 3 yellow ribbons.

Sweepstakes Award: Division Award earning the most blue ribbons in Horticulture. A rosette of green & white ribbons, each blue ribbon counts as 1 point and red ribbons to break a tie.


HORTICULTURE RULES


  1. All horticulture must be fresh and grown by the exhibitor. HBFS P 10

  2. Cut annuals and biennials must have been in exhibitor’s possession from seeds, cutting or immature plants, perennial for at least 90 days. HBFS Page 103

  3. All specimens entered should be correctly labeled with scientific (botanical) names or the currently accepted scientific identification for education value, HBFS Page 103

4. Exhibitor may make more than one entry per class if each entry is a different species, variety, cultivar, type or color. HBFS Page103

5. Plant material may not be altered by the application (treatment) of oil, commercial “shine” products, etc. that may artificially change the natural color and texture. HBFS Page 103

6. Clear containers for cut specimens will be provided by the show committee.

7. Cut specimens should not have foliage below water line (exception: Gladiolus) HBFS Page 103

8. Wedging is permitted using plug of plastic wrap or celery, either one to be furnish by exhibitor. Wedging may be visible, but must not detract from the cut specimen. HBFS Page 103

9. Potted plants must be cultivated by the exhibitor for a minimum of three months (90 days). Potted plants are restricted

to a container no larger than 12 inches outside diameter at the top and 25 pounds. May be double potted, but inner pot must not be visible. HBFS Page 104

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10. All entries must be accompanied by an entry tag, filled out in advance, if possible and handwritten in

pencil or water-proof pen to avoid water damage. Tags will be available the day of the show.

11. Classification Committee may subdivide classes as necessary. HBFS Page 104

12. Judges may not subdivide, but may advise the Classification Committee to do so. HBFS 104

13. Judging will be according to Scale of Points in National Garden Clubs, Inc. “Handbook for Flower

Show” revised 2007 Edition.

14. See General Rules in Schedule for date & time entries will be received and time of dismantling.

15. Judging considerations for flowering container-grown plants should be flowering when exhibited. HBFS Page111

16. A plant must be identified by its binomial name or its currently accepted scientific identification to

be eligible for a Top Exhibitor Award. HBFS Page 93

17. Arboreal section of cut specimens of trees and shrub such as flowering or fruiting branches, conifer

with or without coned will be a branch thirty-inch (30) maximum length from cut end to apex with

several nodes, minimum branch length twelve (12) inches. HBFS Page 124
Scale of Points for Horticulture HBFS pg 298

Scale of Points for Foliage Plants HBFS pg 299

Scale of Points for Arboreal HBFS pg 300
DIVISION I HORTICULTURE
Section A: Rosaceae (Roses)

Days of Wine and Roses

Section A is Eligible for Award of Merit, may be awarded if merited HBFS Page 43


Horticulture Consultant: Jean Kersten 405-703-0117
Exhibits will be staged on green covered raised boxes.

Class 1 Hybrid Tea, single bloom disbudded Class 2 Floribunda, 1 spray Class 3 Grandiflora

Class 4 Climber Class 5 Miniature, 1 spray Class 6 Any Other

Section B: Cut Flowers

Please Don’t Eat the Daisies
Class 7 Begonia Class 8 Canna Class 9 Carnation

Class 10 Daylily Class 11 Geranium Class 12 Gladiolus

Class 13 Hollyhock Class 14 Iris Class 15 Lantana

Class 16 Larkspur Class 17 Marigold Class 18 Pansy

a. Yellow

b. Orange

Class 19 Peony Class 20 Phlox Class 21 Zinnia

Class 22 Any Other

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Section C: Herbs

Something Wonderful Has Sprouted


Special Award: Division I Section C Herbs, Cut Specimens

Rosette of 3 yellow ribbons. HBFS Page 54



Awarded by the Show Committee

Herbs will be stages on a variety of 3 inch black frames.


Cut Specimens

Class 23 Basil Class 24 Lavender Class 25 Mint Class 26 Oregano

Class 27 Sage Class 28 Scented Geranium Class 29 Thyme
Eligible for Award of Merit

Potted Specimens

Class 30 Medicinal Class 31Culinary Class 32 Fragrant Class 33 Any Other


Section D: Container Grown

African Queen

Class 34 is Eligible for Grower’s Choice Award, may be awarded if merited


Class 34 African Violets (Saintpaulia)

a. Standard b. Miniature c. Any Other




Section E: Combination Plantings

The Three Musketeers

Section E is Eligible for Award of Merit and may be awarded if merited


Sections E, F, G & H will be staged on a 3 tiered shelf.
Class 35 Dish Garden

Exhibit may include one or more accessories.

Class 36 Planter

Accessories are not permitted. Any type of container is allowed as long as it is compatible with and proportionate to

the plant material.

Class 37 Terrarium

Exhibit may include one or more accessories.

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Section F: Liliaceae (Hosta)

Green Mile

Section E is eligible for Award of Merit, may be awarded if merited.


Small (Up to 3” across, Medium from 3” to 6” across, Large 6” to 8 “across, Extra Large over 8 “)
Class 38 Blue, Single Leaf

a. Small b. Medium c. Large d. Extra Large e. Any Other

Class 39 Green, Single Leaf

a. Small b. Medium c. Large d. Extra Large e. Any Other

Class 40 Variegated, Single Leaf

a. Small b. Medium c. Large d. Extra Large e. Any Other


Section G: Arboreal Trees and Shrubs

Tree of Life

Section G is eligible for Arboreal Award, may be awarded if merited


Shrubs are staged lying on table, no container necessary

Class 41 Non Flowering Shrubs

a. Barberry b. Boxwood c. Nandina d. Photinia e. Any Other

Specimens staged in clear containers with water. Containers provided by show committee

Class 42 Flowering Shrubs

a. Azalea b. Hydrangea c. Weigela d. Any Other



Section H: Poaceae (Ornamental Grasses)

Splendor in the Grass

Section H is eligible for Award of Merit, may be awarded if merited


Class 43 Maiden Class 41 Pampas Class 42 Zebra Class 43 Any Other
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Design Awards

Award of Design Excellence: One award may be awarded to the highest scoring exhibit in the entire Design Division consisting of a rosette of gold ribbons. HBFS Page 46-49

Designer’s Choice: Two Design Awards may be awarded, one in Section A Classes 1, 2, 3. and another in Section B Classes 4, 5 & 6. The rosettes will consist of purple ribbons.

Petite Award: One award maybe awarded in Design Division II Section C. A small rosette consisting of blue & white ribbons.

Club Competition Award: One award may be awarded in Section C Award consisting of a rosette of light blue ribbons. HBFS Page 52

Special Award: One award in Design Division II Section D, Class 10 Tables consisting of a rosette of 3 yellow ribbons


Design Rules

  1. Designs must be the work of one individual and exhibitor’s name to appear on entry card.

  2. May enter as many classes as desire, but only one exhibit per class. HBFS Page187

  3. Some plant material must be used in every exhibit. HBFS Page187

  4. Plant material used in designs need not have been grown by exhibitor. HBFS Page 188

  5. No artificial flowers, foliage, fruits or vegetable are permitted in design division, or any other division.

HBFS Page 188

  1. Manufactured items having a basic utilitarian use other than simulate plant material, are permitted. HBFS Page 188

7. Plant material that has been treated to alter its exterior appearance may ONLY be used only in its dried state.

HBFS. Page 189

8. Dried material may be dyed, painted, waxed, polished or glittered etc. Bling is permitted.

9. Religious symbols used in design must be displayed in a respectful manner. HBFS Page 189

10. Accessory and featured objects are permitted. HBFS Page 189

11. Fresh plant material may be clipped, stripped, bent or otherwise manipulated.

12. Contrived flowers or other forms made from real plant material, fresh and/or dried are permitted.

13. The following are not permitted: HBFS Page189

a. No living member of the Animal Kingdom

b. No use of any National flag, as underlay, background, skirting, draping etc.

c. No cut fruits & vegetable unless sealed to discourage discoloration, insects and odors.

d. No artificial flowers, foliage, fruits or vegetables.

e. No landscapes or scenes are permitted in the Design division

f. Fresh plant material may not have been treated in any manner.

14. If designer is unable to fulfill assignment, it is the designer’s responsibility to find a replacement. HBFS Page190

15. Pre-registration is required for all Design Classes by June 2, 2011. Contact consultant in each class.

16. Tables are related to the service of food.

17. A small, neat, handwritten 3 X 5 card of explanation may accompany the interpretive design.
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Division II Design

Design Excellence Award may be award to the highest scoring exhibit in the entire

Design Division


Section A: Designs

The Greatest Show on Earth

There must be 4 designs in each class for Top Award


Classes 1, 2 and 3 are eligible for Designer’s Choice Award and may be awarded if merited.

Designer’s choice of fresh, dried or combination of plant materials.


Design Consultant Shirley Johnston 580-439-6107

Class 1 Phantom of the Opera Duo Design HBFS Page 200 FULL

Class 2 Avatar Duo Design FULL

Creative Duo Design organized in one container or in containers joined to appear as one. It is organized as two designs, back to back and entered in two separate classes. Each exhibit will on a 3’ high pedestal with an 18” square top staged in the middle of room for easy viewing of both sides.


Design Consultant Doris Rae Arens 405-751-3117 1 OPENING

Class 3 How Green Is My Valley Mono-Botanic Design HBFS Page 204

A creative design using multiple parts of plants of one family or genus, which may be parts of the stems, bloom/s, foliage, roots, fruit etc. Space allotted is 24 inches. Staging will be on a long table, spaced allotted will be 24”. Exhibit to be placed in front of a room divider covered in a brown tweed cloth.


Section B:

You Light Up My Life

Designer’s Choice of fresh, dried or combination of plant material.

Classes 4, 5 and 6 are eligible for Designer’s Choice Award and may be awarded if merited.

Section B staging is on long tables with cream colored walls. Space allotted will be 24.”
Design Consultant Linda Lawson 405-326-1261

Class 4 Star Wars Reflective Design HBFS Page 207

A Creative Design containing materials that reflect, give back image/s of light or other components to the viewer. Reflective materials are integral part of the over design. Staging a design on or in front of a mirror is not a Reflective Design.


Design Consultant Clara Bishop 405-799-7334

Class 5 Back To the Future Spatial Thrust HBFS Page 208

A Creative Design in which two parallel placements (lines) of like material are used to define a volume of vacant space, creating a feeling of thrust. Design may be created with or without container/s. Thrust may be vertical, diagonal or horizontal. The identical repetition of a line emphasizes the space between them.


Design Consultant Charlene Wells 918-333-8464 FULL

Class 6 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Underwater Designs HBFS Page 212

A Creative Design having component/s, including some or all plant material submerged in water to create interest. Those components under water must contribute artistically to the overall design not merely be stems and or mechanics.

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Section C: Small Designs

A Star is Born
There must be 4 designs in each class for Top Award

Section C will be staged on a 3 tiered table covered with white satin cloth.

Section B is Eligible for the Petite Award and may be awarded if merited
Plant material may be fresh, dried or combination.
Design Consultant: MaryAnn Holman 580-875-3720

Class 7 Gypsy Novice Class: Creative Design: Dimension should not exceed 5 inches in any direction. ALL OPEN

Class 8 Bridge on the River Kwai Stretch Design: Dimension should not exceed 8 inches in any direction. OPEN

Class 9 The Three Faces of Eve Parallel Design: Dimension should not exceed 8 inches in any direction. OPEN

Section D: Tables


Special Award: One award may be awarded in Design Division II Section C Class 10 Small Tables consisting of a rosette of 3 yellow ribbons for HBFS Page 54

Awarded by the Show Committee

Consultant: MaryAnn Holman 580-875-3720 1 OPENING



Class 10 It’s A Small World A Childs’ Functional Table for four with table dimensions 2 foot by 2 foot square.

Table must include floral design and designer to provide cloth with overhang of 6-8 inches.


Point Scoring Tables HBFS Page 303
Section E: Club Competition Vignette

A Summer Place

Section C is Eligible for Club Competition Award and may be awarded if merited

Scale of Points for Vignettes HBFS Page 303
Club Competition HBFS Page 52

This section is designated for competition among clubs or organized groups of clubs. A minimum of four exhibits

in (1) class within a section. All General Award Requirement must be met. Four white doors will be provided by

Show Committee.


Design Consultant: Judy Grotts 918-377-2557 OPEN

Class 11 A Star Is Born A functional vignette section of a room or a movie studio with staging in front of a white 36” X 80” door. Chosen components must relate in color, texture, degree of formality & theme. Vignette must include a floral design. Allotted area is a four foot square.


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Division III Awards


Artistic Craft Award: One award may be awarded in Division III Artistic Crafts Section E consisting of navy ribbons with gold lettering. HBFS Page 53

Educational Award: One award may be awarded in Division III Special Exhibits Award Section F consisting of a rosette of brown & white ribbons. HBFS Page 49



Division III Rules

1. Artistic Crafts in competition are judged by Standard System of Awarding using the Scale of Points for Artistic Crafts.

HBFS Page 304

2. Educational Exhibits are judged by Standard System of Awarding using the Scale of Points for Educational Exhibits. HBFS 304



Division III

Section F: Artistic Crafts

High Society

Section E is eligible for Artistic Craft Award, may be awarded if merited.


Artistic Craft Consultant Monica Arndt 405-699-2600 FULL
Class 12 Out of the Past Garden Chairs Decorated chairs with plant material. Size and style of chairs are designer’s choice. FULL

Class 13 Glory Dried Topiaries (6 ½ inch pot no taller than 20 inches.) Space allotted is 12 inches. FULL

Class 14 Field of Dreams An Herbal Landscape in Paper. An 8 x 10 frames using dried material with 12 inches allotted space.

Staging will be on an easel provided by the show committee. FULL


Section G: Educational

Facts of Life

Exhibit is the work of one individual occupying a minimum of eighteen (18) square feet

of surface area. NGC encourages the use of plant material in exhibits.

One 6’ table allowed for each exhibit.
Section F is eligible for Educational Award and may be awarded if merited.
Educational Consultant Donna Marsheck 918-440-1325
Exhibit 1 Organic Gardening

Utilizing materials derived from living things with no use of man-made chemicals.



Exhibit 2 Trees FULL

Benefits of Growing Trees



Exhibit 3 Horseradish (Herb of the Year) FULL

Showing Different Culinary Uses



Exhibit 4 Flower Show Schools FULL

Show process of becoming an Accredited Flower Show Judge.




Enjoy the Flower Show Thank You for Participating

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