- ONE enrty per class per exhibior is permitted and must incorporate some horticultural content.
- Prints maybe in colour or black and white.
- Photos should have been taken by the exhibitor within the last 24 months.
- Actual prints (portion submitted on photogrphic paper) must be a minimum of 4"x4" and not exceed 4"x6".
- Prints must be mounted on a 5"x7" piece of white cardboard or paper.
- For purposes of adjudication, no distinction will be made between black and white and colour images.
- For purposes of adjudication, no distinction will be made between images produced from digital or film origins.
- Prints may not have been submitted to any previous GGC or District 9 photograhpic competions.
- Discretion is advised regarding the inclusion of people and pets in photographs submitted for adjudication.
- Affix enrty tag to the bottom right corner of photo.
A Cornucopia of Colour
A Grimsby Garden Club Flower Show
Grimsby Senior Citizens’ Centre
Monday September 28, 2015
Registration: 1:30 - 4:30 pm. Judging: 5:00 pm.
Open to the Public : 7:30 pm.
Open to all residents of the Town of Grimsby
and Ontario Horticultural Societies members.
Gillespie Award Highest aggregate points Section A Garden Flowers
Tausky Award Highest aggregate points Section B Collections
Fleming Award Highest aggregate points Section C Vegetables
Tomlinson Award Best in Show, Division I Horticulture
Cole’s Florist Award Best in Show, Design Division
Holdsworth Award Highest aggregate points in Design Division
Best in Show Photography
Most Points Photography
No containers will be provided.
All entries in place by 4:30 pm. Monday September 28, 2015
All decisions about entries in Divisions I to II will be based on
Ontario Judging and Exhibiting Standards for Horticulture & Floral Design, 2003.
DIVISION I - HORTICULTURE
SECTION A - GARDEN FLOWERS
Class 1 - Canna - 1 stem
Class 2 - Chrysanthemum - garden type - 1 spray
Class 3 - Dahlia - 1 bloom
Class 4 - Echinacea - 1 stem
Class 5 - Geranium (cranesbills) 3 blooms, 1 cultivar
Class 6 - Gladiola - 1 spike
Class 7 - Hosta foliage - 3 stems, different cultivars
Class 8 - Hydrangea - 1 bloom
Class 9 - Marigold - 3 blooms, 1 cultivar
Class 10 - Pelargonium (annual geranium) with own foliage - 1 stem
Class 11 - Petunia - 3 stems, 1 cultivar
Class 12 - Rose - 1 stem
Class 13 - Rudbeckia - 3 stems, 1 cultivar
Class 14 - Sedum - 1 stem
Class 15 - Sunflower - 1 stem
Class 16 - Any other perennial - 1 bloom, stem or spray
Class 17 - Any other annual - 1 bloom, stem or spray
SECTION B - COLLECTIONS
Class 18 - Dahlia - 3-5 stems
Class 19 - Fall Foliage - 3-7 different stems
Class 20 - Gourds - 5 different
Class 21 - Hydrangea - 3-5 stems
SECTION C - VEGETABLES / FRUIT
To be displayed on white paper plate provided by the Grimsby Garden Club
Class 22 - Tomatoes - 3 specimens - stem on
Class 23 - Tomato - heaviest - 1
Class 24 - Squash Winter - 1
Class 25 - Peppers Hot - 3 fruit
Class-26 - Most unusual vegetable
DIVISION II - DESIGN CLASSES
Cornucopia of Colour
Class 30 - 'Glorious Golds' (Novice Class) - a class open to exhibitors who have not won a ‘first’ in
the design division of the Grimsby Garden Club Flower Show in the past 5 years.
Class 31 - ‘For the Birds'- a design incorporating seed heads and or flowers that would attract birds
Class 32 - ‘Radiant Reds' - small design
5 ½ to 10 inches in any dimension including container and accessories.
Class 33 - ‘Changing Seasons' - a design
Class 34 - 'Garden Harvest' - a design incorporating fruit and/or vegetables in a basket
DIVISION III - PHOTOGRAPHY
Class 40 'Autumn Details' - close-up showcasing autumn flowers, plants, colour, texture, etc.
Class 41 ‘Autumn Harvest' - vegetables, fruit, crops in the autumn setting (e.g. autumn colours)
Class 42 ‘A Pathway in Colour’ - a path or roadway featuring our glorious fall colours
Class 43 ‘Nature's Bounty' - your interpretation
Class 44 ‘Let's Smell the Roses' - close-up of a rose or roses
Class 45 ‘The Recycled Garden - a repurposed item incorporated in the garden
Class 46 ‘Small Wonders' - a child, pet, or small animal in a garden setting
Class 47 'Caught in the Rain' - flower, leaf, garden vegetable or plant after a rain shower
Class 48 'As You Like It' - a favourite garden image
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR DIVISION I – Horticulture
1. Exhibitors may enter any number of classes, and may place TWO entries of different
cultivar/variety/species in any class.
2. Entries should be named whenever possible.
3. Where a definite number of stems or plants is indicated in the schedule, neither more
nor less will be accepted.
4. No containers will be provided
5. Classes 1 to 26 - must have been grown by the exhibitor.
6. Show Committee may subdivide classes when the number of entries warrant.
7. All entries must remain for the duration of the show.
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR DIVISION II - Design
1. Depending on Class and size of entry, the Convenor will decide the position of each entry.
2. Exhibitors may enter any number of classes, but may submit only ONE entry in each design class.
3. Each exhibit must be the work of the exhibitor.
4. Fresh plant material must be used in all designs and may come from any source.
5. Fruit, branches, decorative wood and dried or treated material may be included, unless otherwise stated.
6. No artificial plant material is permitted.
7. Accessories are permitted for the interpretation of any design.
8. A front-view design is intended unless otherwise indicated.
9. All entries will be displayed on pale grey tablecloths.
10. Entries must remain for the duration of the show.
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR DIVISION III - Photography
Information available from:
Beth Sommers 905-945-1033 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ginny Thiessen 289-235-8584 email@example.comMarilyn Cornwell 905-309-0306 firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Wendy and Paul Phelps
When you go by the magnificent home of Wendy and Paul Phelps, the ivy-covered pedestals with beautiful white, cast iron pots spilling over with begonias catch your eye. These bright spots of colour trail all through their lovely formal gardens right up to the front door. Their cheerful variegated hostas are set off by a variety of flowers at the right of the house. All of this, along with the boxwood hedges and interesting front walk make 17 Kerman Avenue well worth visiting.
Winning gardens are chosen based on our criteria for curb appeal, colour, design and maintenance. Please visit our website at www.grimsbygardenclub.ca
Grimsby Garden Club
Wendy Frank and Beth Sommers