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Adult Division - Local Show - To Include Lassen County allocated in order of receipt of entries. The same be reserved for each individual or organization each used in Outdoor Gardens must remain in garden of Fair. Removal after judging (befOre 8 PM 12, 2001) will result in a forfeiture of Premium not use accessories that cannot be replaced. regarding theft/risk. the exhibit must display a sign (approximately 8" x I the name of the individual or organization. fences and/or wall between booth spaces cannot cut down or painted. They may be covered with Monday 16-Jul 5:00 I'M work must be ceml Wednesday 06-Aug 12:30 PM Gardens in place for durat~n of Fair 1 Entnj per omar = ar $25.OO Organ.m n Gack ,Garden ORGANIZAllON GARDENS Premiums Offeft~ Per Class 3rd 4th 5th 6th Tth 130 $120 $110 $100 $90 $80 System of Judging most suitable and artisticabj arranged produced in a space 15' x 24' FAMILY 3rd 4lh 5th 6th =eo s40 s30 $20 .4merican System of Judging Winner will receive Worth of Landscape Maintenance Services. Sklener Landscape Maintmumce Silk Flower & Dried Material Arrangements Foliage & FlowerinR Potted Plants Floriculture Department Guidelines: Le Rul and CaBomi= Fair State Ruie= ap tout= m D aaem=e ExhitfitOCS; Please fo41ow the class schedules carefully. When the class schedule calls for a certain number of stems, place just that number in the container on exhibit table, otherwise you will either lose points or be disqualified: Where several flowers of one variety are called for, select these that are as nearly uniform as possible. JbommmtMtip: Pick, transport and present flowers at the peak of perfenben to the exhibit bench. All plants should be irrigated well ahead of curing specimens.= At cutting time, harden the stems in a cool place. Dust webs and soil partJcl~ from the flowers with a camel's hair brush. For Dotted Mants remove all faded blossoms, dried or damaged leaves. Foliage should be clean, with a natural sheen and all pots be scrubbed clean. The pots should be in good proportion to the plants. ~: Exhibits must be correctly labeled. Exhibits in this department must have been grown by the exhibitor within the county represented by the exhibitor (except materials used for arrangements). Cut flowers and arrangements are open to individuals only - no clubs or organizations. Commercial florists and nurseries may exhibit plants, plant materials and flowers, which they cun'ently seU but do not necessarily grow. Only persons licensed to sell nursery stock may sell plant materials, which have been incorporated in When entering and removing floriculture exhibits, use the parking area behind the floriculture building and back entrance to the building. Use a separate entry form when entering more than one category (I.E. entering arrangements, potted plants and cut flowers (both shows) use four (4) entry forms). most suitable and artistically arranged a space 8' x 15' Entri~ Close: Friday 03-Aug5:00 PI~ Exhibits Rmceived: Wednesday 08-AugBefore 10:00 AIM JudOng: WKIrmdey 0S.Aug10:00 F.xhibits Roleamd: Sunday 12-A~ 8:00 PM Monday 13-Aug8:00 - Noon En(~/Lknit 2 Ent~s per ~ per Class Fee: $1.0o per Er~ per ~ 10% 2O% 20% 20% 15% 15% 100% I pr,~,nhq ~ Per Class ] 1at- 2rid 3rd $5 $3 12 m, ca, of DNI ON: 7315 SlLK FLOICER A Jk Ia NCS Amateur Class 1. "Summer l'm~e" 3. Decorated Hats 2. Ammgement suitable for wall hanging 4. Decocated Fans s. Any Other ntries Close for Af. . [oricu[ture on ugust 3, zool @ 5:00 Close for Outdoor Ort anizations & J:amffy 6arofens on July 16, zoo @ 5:oo 61