Virtual Exhibits Have Specific Instructions:
Take photos of your exhibit and submit to our exhibits chairmen. Your photos may be emailed.
1. When submitting a horticulture entry photo, please place the class and entry's botanical name in the subject line of your email.
" 5. Herb-Salvia Rosmarinas " (Botanical names are to be in Italics.)
2. When submitting any entry, please send two photos- one of your entry and one of the front of the required card. Please be sure the writing on the card is legible and your name is on the front of the card.
Designs and entries are to be emailed to Kathy Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org
Horticulture and Botanical Arts Horticulture are to be emailed to Joanne Wallace at email@example.com
Virtual exhibits are not judged, so no ribbons will be awarded, but you will get credit for doing an exhibit which will apply towards Member in Good Standing status.
Any questions, please contact Kathy or Joanne.
March, 2022 EXHIBITS
1. Double or Nothing - Duo Design - Designer’s Choice
2. Hidden in Plain Sight - Duo Design - Designer’s Choice - (Handbook for Flower Shows, page 78)
(Note: Class 1 and 2 are done in the same container or two containers that look like one)
3. Mr. McGregor’s Garden - a design incorporating veggies - Designer’s Choice
4. Gusty Winds - Designer’s Choice
5. It is not Easy Being Green - Novice Design -
3. Flowering Shrub
4. Flowering Tree
6. Tulipa (exhibited with two attached leaves)
7. Camellia japonica (exhibited in clear glass dish or saucer with bloom on a 1” stem with one or preferably two leaves)
BOTANICAL ARTS DIVISION
1. A Presidential Birthday - Cake
(Handbook for Flower Shows page 95)
2. Arboreal – Naturally Long Branches in Blossom - 30 to 45” (Handbook for Flower Shows, page 91)
APRIL 2022 EXHIBITS
1. Go with the Flow - Cascade Design
Designer’s Choice (Handbook for Flower Shows page 73)
2. Shade and Hues - A monochromatic design
3. Bridging the Gap - Designer’s Choice
4. Up and Coming - Novice Design - Designer’s Choice
1. Rhododendron (Azalea or Rhododendron)
2. Aquilegia (Columbine)
3. Iris in bloom
4. Viola (Three blossoms without foliage)
5. Bulb in bloom
6. Perennial in bloom
8. Ground Cover
(See Appendix page A12)
BOTANICAL ARTS DIVISION
1. In the Easter Parade - A Decorated Hat
(Handbook for Flower Shows, page 95)
No Exhibits for October
Check out the four beautiful arrangements made by SGC members for
Fine Arts and Flowers at VMFA, October 20-24!