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Spring 2012 - Buckeye District

Spring 2012 - Buckeye District

Class 47. Minifl ora

Class 47. Minifl ora Cycle of Bloom One bloom per stem. Same cul� var in three stages of bloom: one bud, one exhibi� on stage, one open bloom. Sec� on F : Miscellaneous Class 48. Hi-Lo Mentored (ARS Cer� fi cate for Hi-Lo category) Partnership between a mentor and a novice exhibitor. Each enters one bloom. Hybrid tea, grandifl ora or fl oribunda, one bloom per stem, no side buds and one miniature or minifl ora, one bloom per stem, no side buds, of a complementary color and form. Shown in separate containers. Open only to novice exhibitor who has never won an award at the Court Level at any show conducted under ARS rules. Class 49. Fragrance ----- ARS Cer� fi cate Any named variety, to be judged 80% on scent. ARS Cer� fi cate ----- To be awarded to the best of Class from classes #50, 51 or 52. Class 50. Novice Hybrid Tea or Grandifl ora Any named variety. One bloom per stem or mul� ple bloom. Exhibi� on stage / form. Open only to those who have never won at Court Level at any show conducted under ARS rules. Limited to not more than 3 entries. NOT COURT ELIGIBLE. Class 51. Novice Miniature / Minifl ora Any named variety. One bloom per stem or mul� ple bloom. Exhibi� on stage / form. Open only to those who have never won an award at the Court Level at any show conducted under ARS rules. Limited to not more than 3 entries per exhibitor. NOT COURT ELIGIBLE. Class 52. Novice Modern Shrub One bloom per stem or mul� ple blooms. Modern Shrub Roses as classifi ed by ARS standard indicated as Shrub. Open only to those who have never won an award at the Court Level under ARS rules. Limited to not more than 3 entries per exhibitor. Class 53. Judges ----- ARS Cer� fi cate awarded for best in class from #53 or #54. Any classifi ca� on, except Miniature or Minifl ora. One bloom per stem or mul� ple bloom. Open only to those judging this show, any number of entries permi� ed. Class 54. Judges Miniature / Minifl ora. One bloom per stem or mul� ple bloom. Open only to those judging this show, any number of entries permi� ed. 36

“Roses In The Queen City” Cincinna� Where: Pigs Fly, Tigers Roam and Red Legs are in Style. Ar� s� c Design Schedule and Ar� s� c Design Rules Buckeye District - August 25, 2012 1. Roses must be the dominant fl ower in all arrangements. Other fl owers and plant materials are permi� ed unless the class specifi es otherwise. Accessories and bases may be included if they are an integral part of the design. In some classes accessories are permi� ed, and are so noted in the schedule. However, to be eligible for an ARS arrangement Gold, Silver or Bronze Medal Cer� fi cate, the roses must be arranger grown and marked “AG” on the entry tag. 2. Roses must be correctly named on the entry tag. The type of design must be listed where noted. Entry tags must be placed beside the exhibit, but not under it. A 3'' x 5'' card may be placed by the entry if an interpre� ve descrip� on is needed. 3. All roses must be outdoor grown, but not necessarily by the exhibitor. However, to be eligible for an ARS arrangement award, the roses must have been arranger grown and marked “AG” on the entry tag. These Cer� fi cates are to be awarded to the highest scoring arrangements and chosen from all of the fi rst place winners that have scored 92 points or higher. All entries will follow the current ARS Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements. 4. Painted or ar� fi cially colored fresh plant material, ar� fi cial fl owers and foliage, live creatures, or the fl ag of any country are not permi� ed. Painted or dried materials (such as painted wood lines or dried leaves) may be used in modern designs if appropriate to the design and unless otherwise noted. The use of plant materials on the state or local conserva� on lists is not permi� ed. 5. Arrangements are open to anyone except Class 21 (for judges only), Class 20 (for novice arrangers) and Class 19 (for juniors, age 17 or younger). On Saturday, August 25, 2012, designs may be placed between 6:00 and 10:30 a.m., and may not be removed un� l the close of the show. All exhibitors must be registered for the conven� on. All designs must be the sole work of the exhibitor and no other person may assemble or alter an exhibitor’s entry. All designs must have been created for this show; designs entered in a previous show are not to be entered here. 6. Exhibitors may place their entries under the supervision of the Arrangement Chair, but must not touch or move other arrangements. The Chairperson may move an arrangement 37

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