June 15, 2023 - Club Program, Horticulture & Design Exhibits


Oriental Design Program

Grace Morris, shared her love of Ikebana with members of the garden club in June.  Her arrangements were elegantly simplistic and she made the process seem effortless 

Ms. Morris belongs to Ikebana of Richmond and has studied with Helena Arouca, senior master at the Sangetsu School of Ikebana.  In addition, Grace is a master flower show judge, current president of the Va. Flower Show Judges and 2nd Vice President of the Va Federation of Garden Clubs.  She is active in 4 garden clubs and a member of the Shenandoah Designer's Guild.  



Section A.  Shrub or Tree

Class 1.   Rosa (Rose)

Class 2.   Ilex (Holly)

Class 3.   Magnolia

Class 4.   Other

Section B.   Perennials

Class 5.   Hemerocallis  (Daylily)

Class 6.   Veronica (Speedwell)

Class 7.    Hosta

Class 8.    Other  

Section C.  Annuals

Class 9.  Begonia

Class 10.  Zinnia

Class 11.  Salvia

Class 12.  Other

Section D.  Bulbs, Corms, Tubers or Rhizomes

Class 13.  Lilium (True Lily)

Class 14.   Crocosmia

Class 15.   Iris

Class 16.   Other

Section E.  Vegetables

Class 17.  Beta vulgaris (beet)

Class 18.  Phaseolus vulgaris (Bush bean)

Class 19.  Lactuca sativa (Lettuce)

Class 20.  Other

Section F.  Container Grown Plant’s Grower’s Choice

Class 21.  Home Grown

Class 22.   Greenhouse Grown

JUDGES:  Mary and Millie 

*Tip: Trim late blooming perennials to keep them dense and compact.

June 19-25 is National Pollinator Week  www.pollinator.org



“Around the World”.  Designer’s Choice.  Design type and plant material to be listed on a 3x5 card. Backdrop encouraged. Remember Principles of Design.  Use NGC 2017 Handbook for Flower Shows.

JUDGES:  Mary and Millie