Monday, September 11, at 7:30 PM
Subject: Garden for Wildlife – Attracting Birds, Butterflies, and Other Backyard Wildlife
Speaker: David Mizejewski
Naturalist David Mizejewski shares how to create a beautiful garden or landscape that fits into the local ecosystem and supports birds, butterflies, bees, and a whole host of other wonderful wildlife neighbors. David will discuss native plants, the four components of habitat, and sustainable gardening. He’ll also share how you can achieve the National Wildlife Federation’s “Certified Wildlife Habitat” recognition for your garden space.
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: Viva la Vida –
a painting by Frida Kahlo
Challenge: Duo Design, see Handbook, p.78. (Please provide the ability to rotate design to see the second side.)
Intermediate: Featured Plant Material Design, see Handbook, p.74. Novice: American Traditional Mass Design, see Handbook, p.71.
Novice: American Traditional Mass Design, see Handbook, p.71.
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. Fruit or Vegetable (maximum 3 varieties per member)
2. Annual Collection
4. Open (maximum 2 entries per member)