July 13, 2023 - Horticulture Exhibits



Section A.  Shrubs and Trees

Class 1.  Euonymus

Class 2.  Hibiscus

Class 3.  Lagerstroemia (Crape Myrtle)

Class 4.  Other

Section B.  Bulbs, Corms, Tubers, Rhizomes

 Class 5.  Dahlia

 Class 6.  Gladiolus

 Class 7.  Zantodenchia (Calla Lily)

 Class 8.  Other

Section C.  Perennials

 Class 9.  *Echinacea (Coneflower)

 Class 10.  *Rudbeckia (Coneflower)

 Class 11.  Hosta

 Class 12.  Other

*Echinacea is typically pink or purple and black in color.  Rudbeckia is vibrant yellow or orange with yellow or black center.

Section D.  Herbs

Class 13.  Lavendula (Lavender)

Class 14. Salvia rosmarinus  (Rosemary)

Class 15.  Petroselinum crispum (Parsley)

Class 16.  Other

Section E.  Container Grown Plants Grower’s Choice

Class 17.  Home Grown

Class 18.  Greenhouse Grown

Section F:  Annuals

Class 19.  Geraniums

Class 20.  Marigolds

Class 21.  Sunflower

Class 22.  Other

JUDGES: Soodie & Suzy

*Tip:  Keep on deadheading.  The more you deadhead, the more your flowers will rebloom.  However, letting the last flowers of the season go to seed can be kind to birds in fall and winter.  Watch lawn for brown spots caused by insect activity or fungus.