Town House • Second Floor

Premiums: 3 pts. • 2 pts. • 1 pt. unless otherwise noted 

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COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Ginny Rich, Michelle Webb, Donna Holden, Emily Paquette, Jill Stolgitis, Chris Greene, Kirsten Noble

RULES

• Only entry per class.

• Designs must be the work of the exhibitor.

• Exhibitor MUST grow horticultural specimens.

• All plant material must be fresh.

• Containers for cut specimens (G–I) to be provided by the Fair.

• Three specimens of the same color and size are required in the cut specimen

classes; foliage to be included. If your specimens do not have these

requirements, they will not be accepted for judging.

• Arrangements MUST stay within the measurements listed or will not be

accepted for judging.

• Youth (16 years and under) and Adults (17+ years) will be judged separately.

EXHIBIT CATEGORIES

A. MASSACHUSETTS: “Miniature Arrangement” 

     Brilliant & Bright arrangement of primarily shades of red flowers.
     Not to exceed 5 inches in height and width. 

B. VERMONT 

     Primarily Green Flowers. Not to exceed 20 inches in height and width.

C. NEW HAMPSHIRE

     A beautiful arrangement of white flowers, keeping a ski theme in mind,
     arrangement not to exceed 16 inches in height and in width.

D. CONNECTICUT 

     Fall Colors including browns- think nutmeg state), not to exceed 16 inches 
     in height and width

E. RHODE ISLAND 

    Seashore theme arrangement, not to exceed 15 inches in height and width.

F. MAINE 

    Arrangement keeping a green, blue, red, and plaid theme not to exceed
    16 inches in height and width.

 

G. PERENNIALS 

  1. Roses

  2. Phlox

  3. Asters

  4. Delphiniums

  5. Other
     

H. BULBS, CORMS, OR TUBERS

  1. Dahlias

  2. Gladioli

  3. Other

I. ANNUALS 

  1. Marigolds 

  2. Zinnias

  3. Petunias

  4. Cosmos

  5. Other

 

J. PLANTS (pot not to exceed 12 inches across)

  1. Hanging 
    a. flowering
    b. non-flowering

  2. Non-Hanging
    a. flowering
    b. non-flowering