Section 9 Floral Art

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SECTION9 – FLORAL ART    
 In these classes exhibitors need not grow their own plant material.    
 a) Exhibit – an exhibit is composed of natural plant material, with or without accessories, contained within the space specified.    
 b) Natural plant material is fresh and / or dried plant material.    
 c) Natural plant material must predominate in all classes.    
 d) Fresh plant material is living plant material cut from living plants. Living plants and cut ends of stems must be exhibited in water or water retaining material. Cacti, succulents and vegetables need not conform to this ruling. Fresh or dried lichen or moss are acceptable in any exhibit.    
 e) Artificial or painted plant material is not allowed unless specified.    
 f) Drapes and backgrounds may be used if desired but must be self-supporting and not attached to the background.    
 Classes 142, 143, 144 and 145 – to be arranged in the Hall. – space allowed 30″    
 Classes 146, 147, 148, 149 and 150 may be arranged in the Hall or at Home.    
 ” THE QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE “    
142* ” 70 GLORIOUS YEARS ” An Exhibit—-4.003.002.00
143* ” A ROYAL RESIDENCE ” An Exhibit—-4.003.002.00
144* ” THE ROYAL YACHT BRITANNIA ” An Exhibit—-4.003.002.00
145* ” THE QUEEN’S GREEN CANOPY ” – An Exhibit incorporating green foliage and/or green flowers—-4.003.002.00
146*A ROYAL AFTERNOON TEA ” An exhibit incorporating a cup and saucer—-4.003.002.00
147*RED, WHITE and BLUE ” A petite exhibit not exceeding 9″ in width, height and depth—-4.003.002.00
148*JEWELS IN THE CROWN ” – A miniature exhibit not exceeding 4″ in width, height and depth—-4.003.002.00
149Gent’s Buttonhole. Any foliage.—-1.000.600.40
150Ladies Spray. Any foliage.—-1.000.600.40

*denotes a sponsored class. For list of sponsors please see here

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