March 21, 2022
8:45 am to 9:30 am
Pre-registration must be completed by Sun. 20, 4 pm
See "In the News" for full details of procedures.
Narcissus (daffodil, jonquil) — 1 cut stem, no foliage.
Muscari (grape hyacinth) — 3 cut stems, no foliage.
Saintpaulia (African Violet) — Container-grown plant, must be in bloom, pot size not to exceed 8" diameter.
April 1-7, 2022
Tulipa (tulip) — 1 cut stem, minimum of 1 attached leaf
Narcissus (daffodil, jonquil) — 1 cut stem, no foliage
September 1-8, 2021
Dahlia — 1 cut stem, disbudded, a minimum of 1 set of leaves
Rosa — A single, disbudded flower OR spray with at least 2 open blooms and several buds in various stages of development with a minimum of 2 sets of 5-leaflet leaves
Flowering Annual — 1 cut stem if large, 3 if small.
October 1-8, 2021
Solenostenum scutellaroides (Coleus) — 1 cut stem, non-flowering, a minimum of 3 sets of leaves
Container-Grown Plants — Single plant, self-multiple or multiple plants of same cultivar and color. Container-grown flowering plants must be in bloom. Container inside diameter not to exceed 10".
Flowering Annual — 1 cut stem if large, 3 if small. See this month's exhibitions and comments.
November 1-8, 2021
Arboreal branches — 1 cut stem, must include apical tip and several nodes, not to exceed 30" in overall length
IIex (Holly) — 1 cut stem
Aucuba — 1 cut stem
January 10-17, 2022
Cactus or Succulent — Container-grown plant, pot size not to exceed 8 inches in diameter; may be double-potted, but inner pot should not be visible. See the judges' commments.
February 1-7, 2022
Helleborus (Hellebore) — 1 cut stem with blooms; stem may have attached leaves.
Amaryllis — Container-grown specimen, single point or multiple plants of same cultivar and color. Container size not to exceed 10" diameter.
After two years, we are retuning to in-person horticultural competitions. See "In the News" for full details of the new procedures.
See the calendar or the list below for details of this year's events.
Watch the video featuring Debbie Moran, NGC Accredited Master Flower Show Judge, introducing the basics of selecting and exhibiting Horticulture specimens.