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Live Oak County Fair Horticulture Show open to community green thumbs
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March 24, 25 and 26, 2011 (Open to the community)

Entries must be at exhibit building before 12 noon on Thursday. Judging will begin at 1 p.m. Write name of exhibitor on a card and fasten to each entry. Rosettes will be awarded for all classes. Exhibit in clean pots and remove debris inside pots. Do not water pot plants or hanging baskets the day of the show. The entire show is to stay in the building until 3 p.m. on Saturday. Exhibits not claimed by 4 p.m. will be discarded. No one is responsible for loss or damage, but good care is provided. Everyone in the community is urged to exhibit. Promoted by Three Rivers Garden Club.

Class 1: Vegetables. Fruits. Farm Produce

In containers not over 24 inches wide. Disposable aluminum flat containers are good for exhibits.

50 points—condition

50 points—grown in exhibitor’s county

Class II: Fresh Arrangements

All fresh. Accessories allowed. Title of entry must be included.

25 points—correct names of materials

25 points—condition of materials

50 points—design

A. Bouquets: Not over 24 inches wide. Any height.

B. Arrangements: Classic designs. Must express theme with title.

C. Miniature: Height and width under 8 inches. Must express theme with title.

Class III: Potted Plants

Limit 10 per person. Plants must have been in exhibitor’s care at least 60 days. Place saucer under pots.

50 points—correct name on card

50 points—condition of exhibit

A. Foliage Plants

B. Flowering Plants

C. Cactus and Succulents

Class IV: Hanging Baskets

Limit 10 per person. Plants must have been in exhibitor’s care at least 60 days.

50 points—correct name on card

50 points—condition of exhibit

A. Foliage Plants

B. Flowering Plants

C. Cactus and Succulents

Class V: Horticulture Specimen

Limit 29 specimens per person. Place one stem of a kind in clean bottle of water. (Plain 7-up green bottle preferred). Large jars for lilies and tree branches in bloom. Place three (3) stems of very small flowers, such as pansies.

Class VI: Dried Arrangements

Dried arrangements and decorative wreaths. Accessories allowed. Title of entry must be included except on wreaths.

50 points—correct names of materials

50 points—condition of exhibit

A. Arrangements

B. Wreaths

Class VII: Creative Design

Fresh flowers. Can contain dried material. Accessories allowed. Must express theme with title.

25 points—correct names of materials

25 points—condition of materials

50 points—design, free expression

Class VIII: Junior Entries

50 points—correct names of materials

50 points—condition of exhibit

A. Fresh Arrangements

Accessories allowed.

B. Horticulture Specimens

C. Pot Plants

D. Vegetables. Fruits. and Farm Produce
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