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Planning & Planting for Petite Standard Flower Show. Luray Garden Club Petite Standard Flower Show. Friday May 11, 2012 Saturday May 12, 2012 Times to be determined Location: Train Depot. Theme: Celebrate Luray’s Bicentennial Can anyone come up with a catchy title?.
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Friday May 11, 2012Saturday May 12, 2012
Times to be determined
Location: Train Depot
Theme: Celebrate Luray’s Bicentennial
Can anyone come up with a catchy title?
Cut annuals and biennials must have been in exhibitor’s possession for at least 90 days. Exception: plants grown from seed, seedling or immature (young) transplants.
Container-grown plants must have been in exhibitor’s possession at least 90 days.
Exceptions: Multiple and combination plantings must have been growing together and in exhibitor’s possession at least six weeks.
Bulbous plants must have been grown from planting of bulb, tuber, corm, etc., or a minimum of 90 days.General Flower Show Guidelines
Class 1. “Warm Sunshine” 4 entries
Miniature design not to exceed 5” in all dimensions. To be staged in a black niche 6” H X 6” W X 6” D. Designer’s choice of materials.
Class 2. “Gentle Breezes” 4 entries
Small design not to exceed 8” in all dimensions. To be staged in a 10” X10” square area. All dried material to be used. Container (a shoe) provided by the committee.
Class 3. “Spring Peepers” 4 entries
Small design not to exceed 8” in all dimensions. To be staged in a 10” X 10” square area. Fresh plant material dominant.
Hedera – Ivy
Helxine - Baby’s Tears
Pilea - Aluminum Plant
Tolmeiai - Piggyback Plant
Cacti / Succlents
Rip Van Winkle
Narcissus Tete a Tete
H. 'Teeny-weeny Bikini'
H. 'Blue Mouse Ears'
This means that hostas that are commonly regarded as minis by clump size are disqualified by leaf size.
Mini hostas do well in pots or containers. (They still need to be overwintered like any hosta.)Gardening with Mini Hostas
Rosa ' Winsome '
Rosa ' Cupcake '
Rosa ' Heartbreaker '
Rosa ' Santa Claus '
Rosa ' Starla ' 1
Rosa ' Lemon Drop '
Dwarf Hairy Penstemon
Dwarf Bleeding Hearts
Astilbe simplicifolia 'Sprite'
Aster Snow Cushion
Dianthus Barbatus Indian Carpet
Heuchara Canyon Melody
Note from Gretchen:
Looking at a petite design . .
You should not be able to tell it is petite. It should be in such proportion that it looks like a normal design.
It appears the red flower is not petite by just looking at it. This probably would depend on the show schedule as to the type of design.
6 x 6 inch 8 x 8 inch 10 x 10 inch
Design must stay within those boundaries and look like a “regular design.
If this design is using a normal size teacup, this would NOT be considered a petite design.
If this is a very small demitasse cup and the flowers are petite varieties, this would work.
This one flowers look petite but are they? It is hard to tell if the cup is a normal one or not.
Petite or Not???
Miniature Designs, but not necessarily Petite Varieties
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