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PORTER COUNTY FAIR
FLOWER SHOW
OPEN CLASS
SUPERINTENDENT
JANET MAGNUSON 462-5450
GENERAL RULES
1. General Public-Open Classes are for all amateur flower growers and designers
18 years and older. You are NOT AN AMATEUR if you earn $1,000 or more in a
horticulture related industry per year. Participants MUST be residents of Porter
County to enter. Exhibit area is located in EXPO EAST – SOUTH ENTRY DOOR.

2. Not all entries are brought in on the same day. Consult schedule for day and
3. Entry tags may be picked up at the fair office prior to the fair. This is highly
recommended. Address labels may be used on entry tags.

HORTICULTURE RULES
1. Pick up entry tags at the Fair Office prior to the fair. Horticulture entry tags will
be available on the day of placement; however, exhibitors should allow time to fill
out these tags. Address labels may be used.

2. It is the responsibility of each exhibitor to properly fill out entry tags.
Variety/cultivar names are required in all classes. Cultivar means a cultivated
variety of a plant. Entries with complete botanical names will be given more
points. Entries without the proper identification WILL NOT BE JUDGED.

3. Flower Show Superintendent and/or staff WILL NOT help with writing entry tag.
4. Entries will be placed by the Flower Show Staff based on the information on the
entry tag.
5. All horticulture specimens must be fresh plant material GROWN BY THE
EXHIBITOR.
6. All entries shall be placed in a clear vase of water, not soil.
7.
Cut specimens should not have any foliage below the water line.
8.
Cut specimens can be wedged with clear plastic wrap, but it must not appear
above the neck of the container.
9. Fresh plant material may not be treated in any manner, no sprays on leaves,
wash with water only.
10. Exhibitors may enter as many classes as desired, but only ONE ENTRY PER
CLASS or sub class.
11. Containers will be provided. Exhibitors may provide their own containers, but
they must be clear glass, suitable in size for the specimen, and have an address
label with exhibitors name on the bottom of the container. Any container not
properly marked will become the property of the Porter County Fair. We are not
responsible for your container.

12. Exhibitors from the same family and/or using the same garden may exhibit in the
same class but CANNOT ENTER SPECIMENS FROM THE SAME PLANT.
13. Classes may be subdivided.
14.
No ribbons will be awarded unless the entry is worthy, even if it is the only entry
in the class.
15. Best of Section and Best of Show may or may not be awarded.
16.
Trees, shrubs, and perennials must be grown on your own property for at least
ONE YEAR.
DESIGN RULES

1.
Designs must be created by the exhibitor. Exhibitors must fill out their own
entry tag and place entry in location designated by superintendent.
2. An exhibitor may enter as many design classes as desired, but only ONE
ENTRY PER CLASS is permitted.
3. No artificial plant material of any kind is permitted.
4.
Fresh plant material cannot be dyed or otherwise treated by application of
any substance. It may be clipped, stripped, bent or otherwise manipulated.
5. Accessories are permitted.
6.
Religious symbols used must be displayed in a respectful manner and in
accordance with local church policy. American Flags and other national
flags must be displayed according to proper flag etiquette.

7. Best of Section and Best of Show may or may not be awarded.
8.
Design will be viewed from the front only.
9.
Flowers may be grown by exhibitor or purchased.
10.
All entries shall be placed in water, not soil.
11. We are not responsible for your container.
PREMIUMS FOR DESIGN
AND HORTICULTURE
1ST PLACE……………………………………………………………………$5.00 plus sticker
2nd PLACE……………………………………………………………………$4.00 plus sticker
3rd PLACE…………………………………………………………………….$3.00 plus sticker
Honorable Mention…………………………………………………………no premium
THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2012
Entries received between 7 am and 9 am
Please allow time to fill out your entry tags
Entries will not be accepted after 9 am
DIVISION 1 – DESIGN
Designs are displayed on white shelves, exhibitor may use an under cloth.
SECTION A – MINIATURE DESIGN
Class 1 A creative design using all FRESH plant material.
Space allowed 6”L x 6”W x 6” H.

Class 2 A creative design using herbs.
Space allowed 8”L x 8”W x 8” H.
Class 3 A creative design using one kind of flower. (May use one or many of the
exact same flower) Space allowed 8”L x 8”W x 8”H.
SECTION B – STANDARD DESIGN
Class 4 A creative design in a coffee mug.
Class 5 A creative design using flowers of one color.

Space allowed 12L x 12”W x 12”H.
Class 6 A creative design using ONLY FOLIAGE of different shades and
textures. Space allowed 12”L x 12”W x 16”H.
Class 7 An arrangement in a basket.
Space allowed 14”L x 14”W x 14”H.
Class 8 A design with a twist (either the flowers or the foliage must have a twist).

Space allowed 18”L x 12”W x 18”H.
Class 9 A Vertical design. Space allowed 10”L x 10”W x at least 20” high.
DIVISION II – HORTICULTURE
Section C – BULBS, TUBERS, AND RHIZOMES
Class 10 HOSTA (Liliaceae) Only the leaves are exhibited. Two leaves.

A. GREEN (all shades)
B.
BLUE (all shades)
C.
YELLOW (all shades)
D.
WHITE MARGINED
1. Yellow, white, or chartreuse center
2. Green to blue center
E. YELLOW MARGINED
1. Yellow, white, or chartreuse center
2.
Green to blue center
F. GREEN OR BLUE MARGINED
1. Yellow, white, or chartreuse center
2.
Green to blue center (distinct from margin color)
G. STREAKED OR MOTTLED
H.
Others not named above
I.
HOSTA FLOWER ONLY (one)
1. Purple
2.
White
J. COLLECTION – five different specimens, each in its own container,
named and tagged
1.
Mini - small leafed collection
2.
Medium - large leafed collection
Section D – BULBS, TUBERS, AND RHIZOMES
Class 11 HEMEROCALLIS Daylily If bi-color, enter in color past the throat
(one stem)
A. Yellow
B.
Peach
C.
Orange
D.
Bronze
E.
Cherry Red
F.
Maroon
G.
White
H.
Pink
I.
Purple
J.
Other color not above
K.
Bouquet of three of the same daylily in our vase
L.
Bouquet of five different daylilies in our vase
Class 12 GLADIOLUS
Class 13 LILIACEAE Lily
A. Asiatic
B.
Oriental
1. Stargazer
2.
Other
C. Tiger
D.
Other (none of the above)
Class 14 DAHLIA
Class 15 CALADIUM
Class 16 ANY OTHER WORTHY SPECIMEN NOT NAMED IN THE SCHEDULE
Class 17 SEED POD FROM A BULB, TUBER, OR RHIZOME
SECTION E – GRASSES, SEDGES, AND RUSHES
(Three detached blades or one spray with three blades)
Class 18 Ornamental Grasses (Poaceae)
A. Small (Under 18” blade length on plant)
B. Medium (18” to 36” blade length on plant)
C. Large (Over 36” blade length on plant)
D. Grass with bloom (3 stems with 3 plumes)
Class 19 Sedge Family (Cyperaceae)
A. Cyperus
b. Yellow
Class 20 Rushes (Juncaceae)
SECTION F – ROSES (open bloom, one stem, with foliage)
Class 21 HYBRID TEAS, GRANDIFLORAS & THEIR CLIMBING DERIVATIVES
Class 22 FLORIBUNDAS AND THEIR CLIMBING DERIVATIVES
Class 23 CLIMBING ROSES
Class 24 POLYANTHIAS
Class 25 MINIATURE
Class 26 FRAGRANT
Class 27 SHRUB ROSES
A. Single
Class 28 BOUQUET OF FIVE VARIETIES WITH NAMES IN OUR CLEAR VASE
Class 29 ANY OTHER WORTHY SPECIMEN NOT NAMED IN THE SCHEDULE
Class 30 CATCH ALL - enter anything in this class that doesn’t qualify for a class
today. Not eligible for a top award.

ENTRIES WILL BE RELEASED BETWEEN 6PM AND 7 PM ON SUNDAY, JULY 22,
Superintendent reserves the right to remove all entries NOT CLAIMED during the
designated release times.

MONDAY, JULY 23, 2012
ENTRIES RECEIVED BETWEEN 7AM AND 9 A.M.
PLEASE ALLOW TIME TO FILL OUT YOUR ENTRY TAGS
ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER 9 AM
DIVISION II – HORTICULTURE
SECTION G – SHRUBS & TREES (one stem)
Class 31 BUDDLEIA Butterfly bush
Class 32 HIBISCUS (with bloom)
A. H. moscheutos
B. H. syriacus (Rose of Sharon)
C. tropical
Class 33 HYDRANGEA
A. Arborescens
B.
Macrophylla
1. Blue
2.
Pink
3.
Other
C. Paniculata
D.
Quercifolia
E.
Climbing Hydrangea
F.
Other
Class 34 CONFEROUS EVERGREENS (no longer than 20”)
A. Needled
B. False Cypress (threadleaf)

Class 35 BROADLEAF EVERGREENS

A. Box Leaf (crenata) Holly (Ilex)
B.
Broadleaf Holly
C.
Other Holly
D.
Other Broadleaf Evergreen
Class 36 DECIDUOUS SHRUB
Class 37 DECIDUOUS TREE
A. With fruit
B. Without fruit
Class 38 NATIVE TREE OR SHRUB
Class 39 TREE OR SHRUB SEED POD
Class 40 ANY OTHER WORTHY SPECIMEN NOT NAMED IN THE SCHEDULE
SECTION H – PERENNIALS (one flowering stem with foliage)
Class 41 ACHILLEA Yarrow
Class 42 ACTAEA
Class 43 ALCEA Hollyhock
Class 44 CAMPANULA Bellflower
B. Blue/purple
Class 45 CERATOSTIGMA PLUMBAGINOIDES Leadwort
Class 46 COREOPSIS
A. Single Stem
B.
Spray
Class 47 CHRYSANTHEMUM (Shasta daisies)
Class 48 CROCOSMIA

Class 49 DELPHINIUM
Class 50 DIANTHUS
Class 51 ECHINACEA Coneflower
A. Purple
B.
White
C.
Orange
D.
Other
Class 52 EUPHORBIA
Class 53 FERN

A. Crested
B.
Painted
C.
Broadleaf
D.
Other
Class 54 GAILLARDIA Blanket flower
Class 55 GAURA
Class 56 HEUCHERA Coral bells (leaf and flower, flower does not have to be
attached to the leaf)

B. Purple
Class 57 HEUCHERELLA (leaf and flower, flower does not have to be attached
To the leaf)
Class 58 LIATRIS
B. Purple
Class 59 MONARDA
Class 60 NEPETA
Class 61 PEROVSKIA
Class 62 PHLOX
A. Pink
B.
White
C.
Purple
D.
Other
Class 63 PLATYCODON Balloon Flower
A. Blue
B.
White
Class 64 RUDBECKIA
Class 65 SALVIA
Class 66 SEDUM
Class 67 STOKESIA
Class 68 THALICTRUM Meadow Rue
Class 69 VINES (not longer than 20”)
A. Flowering
B.
Non-flowering
Class 70 GROUNDCOVERS
A. Evergreen
B. Deciduous
Class 71 NATIVE PERENNIAL
Class 72 PERENNIAL SEED POD
Class 73 ANY OTHER WORTHY SPECIMEN NOT NAMED IN THE SCHEDULE
Class 74 BOUQUET OF FIVE CULTIVARS IN OUR VASE WITH NAMES
Class 75 CATCH ALL - Enter anything in this class that doesn’t qualify for a
class today. Not eligible for a top award.

ENTRIES WILL BE RELEASED BETWEEN 6PM AND 7PM ON WEDNESDAY, JULY
25, 2012.

Superintendent reserves the right to remove all entries NOT CLAIMED during the
designated release time.

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 2012
ENTRIES WILL BE RECEIVED BETWEEN 7 AM & 9 AM
PLEASE ALLOW TIME TO FILL OUT YOUR ENTRY TAGS
ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER 9 AM
DIVISION II – HORTICULTURE
SECTION I – HERBS (three separate stems, deflowered)
Class 76 BASIL
Class 77 CHIVES
Class 78 DILL
A. With flowers
B. Without flowers
Class 79 LAVENDER
A. With flowers
B. Without flowers
Class 80 PARSLEY
Class 81 MARJORAM
Class 82 MINT
Class 83 ROSEMARY
Class 84 TARRAGON
Class 85 THYME
Class 86 SAGE
Class 87 OREGANO
Class 88 FLOWERING HERB (flower to be judged, not herb, one stem)
Class 89 ANY OTHER WORTHY SPECIMEN NOT NAMED IN THE SCHEDULE
Class 90 COLLECTION OF FIVE VARIETIES (three stems of each, named, and in
five separate vases, each with their own tag)

SECTION J – ANNUALS (one flowering stem with foliage)
Class 91 ANTIRRHINUM Snapdragon
Class 92 BEGONIA
A. Flowering
B. Non-flowering
Class 93 CLEOME Spider Flower
Class 94 COLEUS
A. Flowering
B. Non-flowering
Class 95 COSMOS
Class 96 EUPHORBIA
Class 97 IMPATIENS
A. Solid color
B.
Bi-color
C.
New guinea
Class 98 LANTANA
Class 99 MARIGOLD
A. Solid color
B. Bi-color
Class 100 NICOTIANA Flowering tobacco
Class 101 PELARGONIUM Geranium
Class 102 PETUNIAS (all have one flower except for spray)
A. Single
B.
Single ruffled
C.
Double
D.
Spray (multiple stem and multiple flowers)
Class 103 SALVIA
Class 104 VERBENA
Class 105 VINCA
Class 106 ZINNIA
Class 107 ANNUAL VINE (no longer than 20”)
A. Flowering
B. Non-flowering
Class 108 ANNUAL SEED POD
Class 109 ANY OTHER WORTHY SPECIMEN NOT NAMED IN THE SCHEDULE
Class 110 BOUQUET OF FIVE ANNUALS IN OUR VASE WITH NAMES
Class 111 CATCH ALL- Enter anything in this class that doesn’t qualify for a
class today. Not eligible for a top award.

ENTRIES WILL BE RELEASED BETWEEN 3PM AND 4 PM ON SATURDAY, JULY
28, 2011.

Superintendent reserves the right to remove all entries NOT CLAIMED during the
designated release time.

SCHEDULE: Classes are exhibited on different days. This is done because of
space restrictions and to allow for fresh and new exhibits for the duration of the
fair.

SCALE OF POINTS FOR HORTICULTURE
CULTURAL PERFECTION……………………………………………….50 POINTS
CONDITION AND GROOMING……………………………………………20 POINTS
DISTINCTION (COLOR, SIZE, SUBSTANCE)………………………….10 POINTS
COMPLETELY FILLED OUT ENTRY TAG …………………….………. 20 POINTS
SCALE OF POINTS FOR ROSES
FORM…………………………………………………………………………….25 POINTS
COLOR………………………………………………………………………….20 POINTS
SUBSTANCE………………………………………………….….…………….15 POINTS
STEM AND FOLIAGE……………………………………………………….20 POINTS
BALANCE AND PROPORTION………………………………………………10 POINTS
SIZE………………………………………………………………….………….10 POINTS
SCALE OF POINTS FOR DESIGN
CONFORMANCE………………………………………………………………20 POINTS
DESIGN…………………………………………………………………………40 POINTS
ARTISTIC CONCEPT…………………………………………………………20 POINTS
EXPRESSION………………………………………………………………….10 POINTS
DISTINCTION………………………………………………………………….10 POINTS

Source: http://pcgarden.info/files/2012_FAIR_BOOK.pdf

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