Porquis Agricultural Society, Porquis Ag Fall Fair, Horse Show, Porquis Junction,
Anniversary Specials
in Anniversary colours (tones of yellow, green, brown or Sunflower theme)


Perennials
1. Yellow Rose
2. Yellow Lily
3. Yellow Dahlia

Potted Plants
Yellow Begonia, flowering

Arrangements – Inside
100th Anniversary Centerpiece using sunflowers and anniversary colours

Arrangements - Outside
Potted arrangement using anniversary colours.
CLASS #​​

Arrangements – Artificial

Arrangement suitable for a wedding table
corsage for bridal shower
 
Arrangements - Outside

  •  Potted patio planter, mixed varieties
  •  Potted hanging planter, one variety
  •  Mixed arrangement in most unusual container, not potted
  •  Fall arrangement in a vase type container
  • Any Item decorated for outside fall display, using fresh & dried materials   (will be displayed outside) N0 Artificial


NOTE: 

IF YOU WISH TO DONATE TO OUR AUCTION, PLEASE OBTAIN COLORED STICKERS FROM DIRECTORS
 
RULES​​
One entry by memberhsip per class
CLASS #
Annuals
  • Asters, 3 blooms
  • Snapdragons,  3 blooms
  • Cosmos, 3 blooms
  • Gladiola, 1 spike
  • Marigolds, 3 blooms, dwarf (1” – 2”)
  • Marigolds, 3 blooms, over 2”
  • Petunias, 3 blooms, single (not ruffled), show foliage
  • Petunias, 3 blooms, double, show foliage
  • Phlox, 3 blooms,
  • Sunflower, 1 bloom
  • Sweet Peas, 3 stems
  • Zinnias, 3 blooms
  • Any annual not listed, 3 blooms, named
Perennials
  • Begonia, 1 bloom, floating in bowl
  • Dahlia, 1 large bloom
  • Lily, 1 stalk, any variety
  • Pansies, 3 blooms, show foliag
  • Rose, 1 bloom, floating in bowl
  • Daises, 3 blooms
  • Chrysanthemums, 3 blooms
  • Coneflower, 3 bloom
  • Phlox, 3 bloom
  • Any perennial not listed, 3 blooms, named

FLOWERS – Section “H”​​
Director:  Rachel Chepelsky
705-232-6511

Prizes:  $3.00, $2.00, $1.00

Terms ~ Definitions ~ Explanations​​
 
Basket: A container of such material as wood fiber, metal, glass, pottery,  etc., with a handle
Bloom: An individual flower, one to a stem, specimen blooms should be  disbudded
Bud:  An immature flower insufficiently expanded to show the form of  a typical bloom
Stem or Stalk :  A plant structure carrying one or more flowers and buds.  It may be  branched, eg., sweet peas, primulas and irises
Vase: A container that is taller than it is broad
Bowl :  A container that is broader than it is tall

EXHIBITORS MUST ENTER AT LEAST THREE  CLASSES TO QUALIFY FOR A TROPHY OR SPECIAL PRIZE
CLASS #​​

Potted Plants

  • African violet, any variety, named
  •  Impatiens, inside plant
  • Geranium, in bloom
  • Fern, any variety, named
  • Cactus, small variety
  • Ivy, any variety, named
  • Begonia, flowering
  • Any potted plant not listed, named
 
Arrangements – Inside

  •  “Sunflower Mix” mixed arrangement in a vase using daises and sunflowers
  •  “Welcome” – A wreath for a door using dried and/or treated natural materials (no synthetics)
  • “From the Past” – Arrangement using flowers arranged to look like a quilt
  • Colourful arrangement of flowers in a mason jar also using the leaves from vegetables
  •  “Porquis O’Porquis” – centerpiece of yellow & white flowers arranged