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Spring 2012 - Buckeye District

Spring 2012 - Buckeye District

RULES GOVERNING

RULES GOVERNING EXHIBITION RULES OF THE SHOW FOR HORTICULTURE CLASSES 1. The rules and regula� ons of the American Rose Society for the exhibi� on of garden roses shall govern this show. The rules are detailed in Guidelines for Judging Roses, with current informa� on and correc� ons published in the AMERICAN ROSE magazine. (Point scoring: Form - 25; Color - 20; Stem & Foliage -20; Substance -15; Size -10; Balance & propor� on - 10.) 2. Every exhibitor must register and pay the registra� on fee to the Registra� on Commi� ee. Any amateur is eligible to exhibit and need not be a member of any rose organiza� on except as noted in special classes. 3. All entries, shall be received Saturday, August 25, 2012 from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Judging will begin at 10:30 a.m. The show will be open to the public as soon as the judging is completed, es� mated at 1:00 p.m. 4. Exhibitors will present their entries to the Placement Commi� ee and will not be permi� ed to approach the exhibits un� l judging is completed. Excep� ons: ARS Na� onal Trophy / District Perpetual Awards may be placed on the exhibi� on table by the exhibitor under the supervision of the Placement Commi� ee and Arrangers MUST place their own arrangements in the designated areas. 5. Only judges, clerks, Rose Show Chairman and Arrangement Chairman are permi� ed within the show area during judging. Exhibitors not following this rule are subject to disqualifi ca� on from the show. Any excep� ons to this rule must be approved by the Rose Show Chairman. 6. Only American Rose Society entry tags shall be used. Both sec� ons must be completed including sec� on, class number, variety, name, address, and exhibitor number. Name labels, name stamps, blue or black ink are permi� ed to be used on entry tags. 7. All roses in specimen classes must be grown by the exhibitor or team of exhibitors in his/her outdoor, private garden (one garden only). 8. Containers will be furnished for all classes except for: 29, 31, 32, 38, 39, 45 and 46 which must be provided by the exhibitor. A very small number of containers may be available but exhibitor should bring their own to be sure of having a proper container 9. Wedges of commonly accepted materials may be used, but must not extend above the top of the vase and must be used as inconspicuously as possible. A space must be le� to allow watering of the entry because of the length of � me of the show. 10. Neither the Cincinna� Rose Society, The Greater Cincinna� Rose Associa� on, Marrio� Hotel/Mason, or the Buckeye District of the American Rose Society is responsible for the loss of or damage to exhibitor property or prizes or for injury to persons a� ending the show. Liability of all nature is disclaimed. 28

11. For specifi ca� ons governing arrangements, refer to the rules listed in the Ar� s� c Design Schedule sec� on. 12. All rose varie� es exhibited must be entered under the approved exhibi� on name of the American Rose Society as listed in Modern Roses XII, the American Rose Annual, the American Rose Magazine, the ARS 2012 Offi cial List of approved Exhibi� on Names for Exhibitors & Judges or the Handbook for Selec� ng Roses. Entries listed with an approved exhibi� on name in the Combined Rose List are acceptable. Classifi ca� on of all roses shall be in accordance with ARS publica� ons to the date of the show. 13. This is an alphabe� cal show. With the excep� on of challenge classes and classes specifi cally of mul� ple varie� es, all roses in each class will be placed alphabe� cally and each variety in each class shall cons� tute a separate class to be judged separately. 14. ARS Gold, Silver and Bronze Cer� fi cates will be awarded to Queen, King and Princess of the Show. ARS Miniature Gold, Silver and Bronze Cer� fi cates will be awarded to Miniature Queen, King and Princess of the Show. ARS Minifl ora Gold, Silver and Bronze Cer� fi cates will be awarded to the Minifl ora Queen, King and Princess of the Show. ARS Cer� fi cates will be awarded in all other classes for which they are available. 15. Hor� culture Division entries in viola� on of ARS Show Rules shall be disqualifi ed. Entries shall also be disqualifi ed for the following reasons: a. Misnamed , misclassed, misplaced ( unless error was made by the placement commi� ee) , unlabeled or mislabeled roses; b. Stem-on-stem (except for OGR’s and Shrubs); c. Presence of foreign substance applied to the foliage, stem or bloom to improve the appearance of the specimen. 16. Keeper Trophies and ARS Cer� fi cates will be awarded on Saturday, August 25 at 3:30 p.m. in the Exhibit Room. 17. All roses in separate containers must each have an entry tag, including challenge classes. 18. Each exhibitor or team is en� tled to one half (1/2) table space in prep area. 19. All roses become the property of the show commi� ee. 29

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