YOUTH FLOWERS, SECTION T-B

Committee:  Barbara McIntosh (519 233-7225) 

Choose specimens that are fresh and uniform size. Remove any buds as a bud is considered a bloom, no leaves in the water. Attach the entry tag with string or an elastic band. Water can be provided. Containers taken into consideration when judging Classes 1-5 & 22 

1st-$5, 2nd-$4, 3rd-$3, 4th-$2 Class 

  1. Early years, J.K., S.K., Gr. 1 & 2: Arrangement of Flowers in a boo

  2. Early years – J.K., S.K., Gr. 1 & 2: Arrangement of Hydrangeas in a container out of Grandpa’s or Dad’s Shed 

  3. Gr. 3 - 5: Arrangement of flowers in a pumpkin 

  4. Gr. 3 - 5: “Sunny Side Up” – Fresh arrangement using shades of yellow 

  5.  Gr. 6 - 8: Fresh cut flowers in a homemade container decorated for Fair theme Pick of the Patch** Seaforth & District Horticultural Society additionally donates $2 to the 1st place winners in classes 1-5 

6. Small Sunflowers, 3 blooms 

7. Cosmos, 3 blooms 

8. Creative arrangement using 3 Sedum stems and other plant materials 

9. Hydrangeas any colour, 3 stems 

10. Rose of Sharon, 3 blooms 

11. Zinnia, 3 blooms 

12. Arrangement of flowers, using 3 Hosta leaves 

13. Black-eyed Susan’s, 3 blooms 

14. Petunia, with own foliage, single, 3 blooms 

15. Chrysanthemums, 3 blooms 

16. Echinacea, Coneflower, 3 blooms 

17. Marigold, 3 blooms 

18. Largest sunflower head 

19. Arrangement of different types of Hosta leaves 

20. Butterfly Bush, 3 Blooms 

 **Seaforth & District Horticultural Society donates $10 (most points in classes 6-20) ** 

21. Mary’s Evergreen Special  an arrangement using at least 3 different varieties of evergreens. Mary Fotheringham donates an additional $10 to the first-place winner in classes 21 

 22.  Merv’s Special Arrangement of wildflowers in a boot.   Merv’s Patio and Shewan’s Ornaments of Dublin donates additional $10 to the first-place winner in class 22 

23.  Lawnmaster Special Pollinator Planter – plant a minimum of 3 plants (from the list below) that attract bees, insects, etc.  Named in a container.  For the Fall theme “Pick of the Patch”.  

Pollinator Plant list- - Aster, Basil, Black-eyed Susan, Bee Balm, Blanket flower, Butterfly Bush, Butterfly weed, Cone 

Flower, Cornflower, Coral Bells, Cosmos, Geranium, Joe-Pye Weed, Lavender, Lupine, Phlox, Marigold, Mint, Milkweed, Nasturtium, Obedient plant, Rosemary, Sage, Salvia, Sedum, Stonecrop, Sunflower, Sweet William, Tickseed, Yarrow, 

Zinnia 

 Prizes donated by The Lawnmaster  1st - $15, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $5, 4th - $3 

SCARECROW 

Handmade Mason Jar Scarecrow (see pictures for ideas)

1st-$5, 2nd-$4, 3rd-$3, 4th-$2,  

24. Scarecrow Early years J.K., S.K., Gr. 1 & 2 

25. Scarecrow Gr. 3 - 5 

26. Scarecrow Gr. 6 – 8 

Nature’s Nest of Londesborough donates a $10 gift certificate to each of the 1st place winners in Classes 24 - 26