Huntingdon Valley Garden Club

Founded 1925


Horticulture shows
 
Horticulture Rules (revised 7/14)

1. Plants should be groomed and entry cards completed before
taking the entry to the Passing table. The exhibitor should
remain with her entry until it has been passed. The exhibit
will then be staged where it is to be judged by a committee
member.
2. Plants must be well groomed and containers clean before
exhibiting. A plant not suitable for judging shall be placed
in an “exhibition only” class.
3. All entries, unless otherwise stated, must be grown by the
exhibitor for a minimum of three (3) months.
4. Three entries of different varieties are allowed in each
division of a class.
5. Anyone wishing to exhibit horticulture other than the
scheduled class may do so in the Par Class.
6. All specimens in a collection must be labeled individually.
7. Container grown plants, grown primarily for foliage, shall
be classified as such even when in bloom.
8. Double potting is permitted. Top dressing should cover the
rim of the inner pot so that the entry appears to be in a
single pot.

HVGC 2019-2020 Horticulture Shows

  All Flower Show entries in place and passed by 10:00 AM



November 5, 2019 - Huntingdon Valley Country Club


FALL HORTICULTURE SHOW


CUT SPECIMENS

1. Single stem, flowering

    a.  Annual

    b.  Perennial

    c.  Other
2. Single stem, foliage

    a.  Annual

    b.  Perennial

3. Berried or Fruited single Branch, not to exceed 18" in any direction

a. Ilex
b. other


                                         4. Conifer, not to exceed 18" in any direction
                                         5. Conifer collection, 3-5 different varieties, not to exceed 18” in any direction                                                 arranged in a single container of your choice.


6. Flower/Stalk bearing seed head(s), fresh or dried

7. Best of My Garden-a collection of  3-5 dried flowers or seed heads, arranged in a single container.

8. Fruit or Vegetable, (single variety), exhibited on a white paper plate supplied by HVGC.


FROM GARDEN TO KITCHEN - Each class MUST contain at least one named ingredient from your garden.

9. Soup, Sauce, Salsa.  One container of either, fresh or preserved.

10. Preserved fruit or vegetable.  Exhibitor to provide three identical jars that have been sealed and covered using standard canning techniques.  One jar will be opened for a taste.

11. Baked good (i.e bread, muffin, pie, cobbler, etc.)


CONTAINER GROWN

12. Flowering, Pot 4” and over
13. Foliage, Pot 4” and over
14. Cacti or Succulent, Pot 4" and over
15. Par Class

NOTE:  Classes 12, 13, 14 and 15 are eligible for the Helen Parker Gubb Trophy


May 12, 2020 - Home of Amy Schlisman


SPRING HORTICULTURE SHOW


CUT SPECIMENS

1. Bulbs, Corms, Rhizomes

    a.  Narcissus - single stem

    b.  Other - single stem
2. Annual, single stem
3. Perennial, single stem
4. Single Branch, not to exceed 18" in any direction

    a.  Flowering

    b.  Foliage


CONTAINER GROWN

5.  Small Wonder – pot 3” or under
6.  Orchid
7.  Challenge Plant

a. Distributed in October of 2019

b. Any other HVGC Challenge Plant

Class 7a and 7b are eligible for the Budd Trophy

8.  Par Class

9.  Container Garden - A container (dish/trough/pot) planted with 3-5 plants. 

Key card or labeled photograph required.