Chairperson – Kathy Hiderman – (613) 582-3714
Committee –  April Nicholson, Eleanor Wright

Note to exhibitors, this list is not for the 2021 Fair year, please see local listings, facebook, and the page Named : Summer Exhibits for 2021

1. Exhibits to be placed on Thursday, July 23, 2020  from 2-4pm and 7-9pm
2. Judging will commence at 9am on Friday, July 24, 2020.
3. All exhibits must be the produce of the exhibitor.
4.   The Exhibition Hall will be closed between 4:00 pm and 5 pm on Sunday, July 26, 2020 , No one but committees of the Exhibition hall are permitted in the hall at this time. Entries are to be picked up between the hours of  5 & 6 pm sharp.

Class 28

Plants in Pots

Special Prize Money: Best Potted Plan – $10, Most Points in class – $10
Prize Money – $3, $2.50, $2

1.Spider plant (must be a mature plant with babies)
2. Coleus, any variety, 1 plant
3. Cactus (not a succulent)
4. Begonia
5. Orchid
6. Shamrock
7 . Impatiens
8 . Geranium in Bloom
9 . Vine, any variety
10. Ivy, any variety
11.  Single House plant, never  flowers, any variety
12. Single House plant in bloom, any variety
13. Hanging basket in bloom
14. Fern, 1 plant

Cut Flowers
Special Prize Money: Best Cut Flower – $10, Most Points in Cut Flowers – $10
Prize Money – $3, $2.50, $2

Please put cut flowers in clear vases so stems are visible.

15.  Miniature Rose, 1 stem
16. Pansy – 3 stems
17. Cone flower (Echinacea), 3 stems
18. Cosmos, 3 stems
19. Lily, 1 stem (not day lily)
20. Marigolds, under 3 inches, 3 blooms, same cultivar
21. Marigolds, over 2 inches, 3 blooms, same cultivar
22.Petunias, single , 3 stems, same cultivar
23.Hydrangea, 1 stem
24.  Phlox, perennial, 1 stem
25. Rose, any variety, 1 stem
26. Rose, floated in suitable container (no leaves)
27. Snapdragons, 3 stems
28. Bee Balm, 3 stems, same cultivar
29. Hosta, 3 leaves, same cultivar
30. Shasta Daisy, 3 stems
31. Gladiolus, 1 spike
32. Any other  garden perennial, 1 spike/stem/spray/bloom-named
33. Any other flower not listed- on 3 stems named
34. Foliage of a  shrub, 3 stems, (no coleus, never blooms, and not bigger than 18″, same cultivar)

Class29

Decorative Arrangements
Special Prize Money: Best Arrangement – $10, Most Points in Class 70 – $10
Prize Money – $4, $3, $2

1. Sweet and Low – design in a sugar bowl.
2. Cinderella – arrangement in a shoe.
3. Country Fair – your interpretation (accessories allowed).
4. Tiny Treasures – a miniature floral arrangement not to exceed 5 inches including the container.
5. Country Mouser – arrangement using roadside plants, eg. Cattails, grasses, flowers, twigs, etc.
6. Beautiful with out Blooms – design using foliage.
7. Out on a Limb – arrangement using small tree branch.
8. Country Bake off – arrangement in a kitchen utensil.
9. Old English – arrangement in a tea cup.
10. Table Talk – arrangement for a table center.
11. In a Pickle – arrangement using a Pickle jar (label still on Jar).
12. Social Time – arrangement in a shot glass.

Most Points Overall Flowers – $20

Class 29A

Primary Flower Arrangements – 5 to 7 years old
Prize Money:1st-$3, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd-$2

1. Fun in the Sun – arrangement in a sand toy.
2. Go Wild – arrangement using flowers and grasses of roadside and meadows.
3. Grandma’s Favorite Flower – an arrangement.
4. Surf’s Up – arrangement using shells and stones.

Best arrangement – $5

Class 29B

Junior Flower Arrangements – 8 to 12 years old
Prize Money:1st-$3, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd-$2
1. Bright Ideas – arrangement using one or more light bulbs.
2. On a Hike – arrangement using flowers, weeds, and grasses.
3. A Creative design – using recycled material.
4. Fun in the Rain – arrangement using child’s rubber boot.

Best arrangement – $5

1. Exhibits to be placed on Thursday, July 23, 2020  from 2-4pm and 7-9pm
2. Judging will commence at 9am on Friday, July 24, 2020.
3. All exhibits must be the produce of the exhibitor.
4. The Exhibition Hall will be closed between 4:00 pm and 5 pm on Sunday, July 26, 2020 , No one but committees of the Exhibition hall are permitted in the hall at this time. Entries are to be picked up between the hours of  5 & 6 pm sharp.

Class 28

Plants in Pots

Special Prize Money: Best Potted Plan – $10, Most Points in class – $10
Prize Money – $3, $2.50, $2

1.Spider plant (must be a mature plant with babies)
2. Coleus, any variety, 1 plant
3. Cactus (not a succulent)
4. Begonia
5. Orchid
6. Shamrock
7 . Impatiens
8 . Geranium in Bloom
9 . Vine, any variety
10. Ivy, any variety
11.  Single House plant, never  flowers, any variety
12. Single House plant in bloom, any variety
13. Hanging basket in bloom
14. Fern, 1 plant

Cut Flowers
Special Prize Money: Best Cut Flower – $10, Most Points in Cut Flowers – $10
Prize Money – $3, $2.50, $2

Please put cut flowers in clear vases so stems are visible.

15.  Miniature Rose, 1 stem
16. Pansy – 3 stems
17. Cone flower (Echinacea), 3 stems
18. Cosmos, 3 stems
19. Lily, 1 stem (not day lily)
20. Marigolds, under 3 inches, 3 blooms, same cultivar
21. Marigolds, over 2 inches, 3 blooms, same cultivar
22.Petunias, single , 3 stems, same cultivar
23.Hydrangea, 1 stem
24.  Phlox, perennial, 1 stem
25. Rose, any variety, 1 stem
26. Rose, floated in suitable container (no leaves)
27. Snapdragons, 3 stems
28. Bee Balm, 3 stems, same cultivar
29. Hosta, 3 leaves, same cultivar
30. Shasta Daisy, 3 stems
31. Gladiolus, 1 spike
32. Any other  garden perennial, 1 spike/stem/spray/bloom-named
33. Any other flower not listed- on 3 stems named
34.Foliage of a  shrub, 3 stems, (no coleus, never blooms, and not bigger than 18″, same cultivar)

Class29

Decorative Arrangements
Special Prize Money: Best Arrangement – $10, Most Points in Class 70 – $10
Prize Money – $4, $3, $2

1. Sweet and Low – design in a sugar bowl.
2. Cinderella – arrangement in a shoe.
3. Country Fair – your interpretation (accessories allowed).
4. Tiny Treasures – a miniature floral arrangement not to exceed 5 inches including the container.
5. Country Mouser – arrangement using roadside plants, eg. Cattails, grasses, flowers, twigs, etc.
6. Beatuful with out Blooms – design using foliage.
7. Out on a Limb – arrangement using small tree branch.
8. Country Bake off – arrangement in a kitchen utensil.
9. Old English – arrangement in a tea cup.
10. Table Talk – arrangement for a table center.
11. In a Pickle – arrangement using a Pickle jar (label still on Jar).
12. Social Time – arrangement in a shot glass.

Most Points Overall Flowers – $20

Class 29A

Primary Flower Arrangements – 5 to 7 years old
Prize Money:1st-$3, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd-$2

1. Fun in the Sun – arrangement in a sand toy.
2. Go Wild – arrangement using flowers and grasses of roadside and meadows.
3. Grandma’s Favorite Flower – an arrangement.
4. Surf’s Up – arrangement using shells and stones.

Best arrangement – $5

Class 29B

Junior Flower Arrangements – 8 to 12 years old
Prize Money:1st-$3, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd-$2

1. Bright Ideas – arrangement using one or more light bulbs.
2. On a Hike – arrangement using flowers, weeds, and grasses.
3. A Creative design – using recycled material.
4. Fun in the Rain – arrangement using child’s rubber boot.

Best arrangement – $5