Monday, February 5, at 7:30 PM
Subject: Bloodroot, Bluebells, and Butterflies: Spring Beauties for Biodiversity
Speaker: Deb Ellis
When we garden, we can support biodiversity through the plants we choose. In this workshop, you will learn how to grow our charming spring wildflowers and how they sustain native bees and butterflies early in the season. Since many of these flowers are shade lovers, they grow well under deciduous trees. You will learn about spring ephemerals, like Virginia Bluebells and Dutchman’s Britches, as well as spring flowers that become groundcovers, such as Golden Ragwort and Wild Bleeding Heart.
Artistic Design Exhibits — Please read “Artistic Design Rules” of this yearbook as well as the 2017 revised edition of the Handbook for Flower Shows.
Theme: Dancers in Pink –
a painting by Edgar Degas
Challenge: Creative Mass Design, see Handbook, p. 74.
Intermediate: Creative Mass Design in the manner of European Traditional Design, see Handbook, p.71.
Novice: Multi-Rhythmic Design, see Handbook, p.75.
Open: Designer’s choice (one entry per member).
Horticultural Exhibits – Please read “Horticulture Division Rules” beginning on page 12 of this yearbook as well as the 2017 revised edition of the Handbook for Flower Shows.
1. Container grown Vining Plant
2. Container grown Chlorophytum comosum (Spider Plant)
3. Orchidaceae (Orchid)
4. Open (maximum 2 entries per member)