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Floral Department

Choose your Division and Class No for each entry

Division: Artistic Arrangements
[Juniors entering in Junior Floral Classes are not allowed to enter in Open Class Floral]
400 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
  1. A Time to Shine – designer’s choice.
  2. Shine, Shine, Shine – colorful flower with bright or shiny props.
  3. Shining at Night – dark or deep shade of color in a black container
  4. Old Days Shine Bright – dried flowers with wood or natural props.
  5. This Little Light of Mine Shines – miniature under 6” must be in water.
  6. The Shining One – at least 3 sunflowers in arrangement
  7. String of Shining Lights – definite line of feature flowers
  8. Shine in the Wild – ONLY wildflowers and native greens
406 Youth – only age 14
Class No. & Class Description
1. A Time to Shine – designer’s choice.
2. The Shining One – at least 1 sunflower in arrangement
3. Bright & Shiny – colorful flower with bright or shiny props.
4. This Little Light of Mine Shines – miniature arrangement under 6” or lower, must be in water.



Division: Bonsai
407 Adult –19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
1. Cascade
2. Formal Upright
3. Grove/Group/Forest
4. Informal Upright
5. Open


Division: Cut Flowers, Section A (with attached foliage)
409 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
1. Alstroemeria, 1 stem
2. Asters, any variety, 1 stem
3. Asters, Fall, 1 stem
4. Bachelor Buttons, annual, 1 stem
5. Bachelor Buttons, perennial, 1 stem
6. Calendula, 1 bloom
7. Campanula, 1 stem
8. Candytuft, 1 spray
9. Chrysanthemums, early spray, 1 stem
10. Chrysanthemums, Fever Few, 1 stem
11. Cone flower, any other, 1 stem
12. Cone flower, echinacea, 1 stem
13. Cone flower, gloriosa, 1 stem
14. Cone flower, rudbeckia, 1 stem
15. Coreopsis, any other, 1 stem
16. Coreopsis, single, 1 stem
17. Cosmos, 1 stem
18. Daisies, anemone, 1 stem
19. Daisies, Boston, or other, 1 stem
20. Daisies, chiffon, any other, 1 stem
21. Daisies, Esther Reed, 1 bloom
22. Daisies, Shasta, double, 1 bloom
23. Daisies, Shasta, single, 1 bloom


Division: Cut Flowers, Section B (with attached foliage)
411 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
1. Dianthus, (Pinks), 3 stems
2. Gaillardia, 1 stem
3. Geranium, Martha Washington, 1 bloom
4. Geranium, zonal, 1 bloom
5. Gerbera, 1 stem
6. Globe Thistle, (Echinops), 1 stem
7. Godesia, 1 stem
8. Goldenrod, 1 stem
9. Gypsophia, (Baby’s Breath), 1 spray
10. Hollyhock, 1 stem
11. Ladies Mantle, 1 stem
12. Liatris, 1 stem
13. Lilies, any other kind, 1 stem
14. Lilies, Bowl (Calla), 1 stalk
15. Lilies, Oriental, any other, 1 stalk
16. Lilies, Oriental, pink, 1 stalk
17. Lilies, Oriental, rich crimson, 1 stalk
18. Lilies, Oriental, white, 1 stalk
19. Lilies, Stargazer, 1 stalk
20. Lilies, Tiger, reflex or recurved, 1 stalk
21. Lilies, Trumpet (Easter Lily) Asiatic, 1 stem
22. Linaria, 1 stem
23. Lobelia, 1 stem
24. Loosestrife (Goose neck) 1 stem
25. Loosestrife, any other, 1 stem
26. Lupine, 1 stem
27. Marigolds, large American, 3” and over 1 bloom
28. Marigolds, small French Dwarf, double, 1 stem
29. Marigolds, varieties, not listed, 1 stem
30. Montbretia, 1 stem
31. Nasturtiums, perennial, 1 stem
32. Nicotiana, 1 stem
33. Obedient plant bloom, 1 stem
34. Pansies, with foliage, 3 stems
35. Penstemon, 1 stem
36. Petunia, any other, 1 spray
37. Petunia, double, 1 spray
38. Petunia, ruffled, 1 spray
39. Petunia, single, 1 spray
40. Petunia, spray, 1 stem


Division: Cut Flowers, Section C (with attached foliage)
413 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
1. Annuals, not listed, 1 stem
2. Perennial, not listed, 1 stem
3. Phlox, 1 stem
4. Saline, 1 stem
5. Salvia, 3 stems
6. Scabiosa, 3 stems
7. Sea Holly, (Eryngium)
8. Snapdragons, 1 spike
9. Statice, 1 spray
10. Stokesia, 1 stem
11. Succulent, (cut), 1 stem
12. Sunflower, 1 stem 10” or taller
13. Sunflower, 1 stem 6-8” tall
14. Sunflower, 1 stem less than 6”
15. Sweet Peas, Annual, 3 stems w/added foliage from vine
16. Sweet Peas, Perennial, 3 stems w/added foliage from vine
17. Sweet William, 1 stem
18. Verbena, 1 stem
19. Violas, 3 stems
20. Yarrow, 1 stem
21. Zinnia, 1 bloom


Division: Dahlias (all one stem) Show with attached set of leaves. Remove lateral buds.

415 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description

  1. Anemones
  2. Any other type, under 4”
  3. Any other type, 4” and over
  4. Ball and Miniature Ball
  5. Cactus under 4”
  6. Cactus, 4-6”
  7. Cactus over 6”
  8. Collarettes
  9. Collection, under 4”, harmonious colors, 5 stems
  10. Collection, 4-6”, harmonious colors, 5 stems
  11. Collection, over 6”, harmonious colors, 5 stems
  12. Dwarf bedding types
  13. Formal decor, under 4”
  14. Formal decor, 4-6”
  15. Formal decor, over 6”
  16. Informal decor, under 4”
  17. Informal decor, 4-6”
  18. Informal decor, over 6”
  19. Laciniated (notched or split petals)
  20. Pompon, 2” and under, 1 stem
  21. Semi Cactus, under 4”
  22. Semi Cactus, 4-6”
  23. Semi Cactus, over 6”
  24. Water Lily Types
Division: Gladiolus (with attached foliage)
Show with attached set of leaves. Remove lateral buds.
417 Adult – 19+ [Amateur ]

Class No. & Class Description
1. Average, floret 2 ½ to 4”, 1 spike
2. Best collection, any color, 5 spikes
3. Large, floret 4 1/2” and over, 1 spike
4. Miniature, floret under 2 ½”, 1 spike


Division: Potted Plants (Indoor A)
Must be grown by Exhibitor
419 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
1. African Violet, single
2. African Violet, single ruffled
3. African Violet, double
4. African Violet, double ruffled
5. African Violet, miniature
6. African Violet, trailing
7. African Violet, variegated leaf
8. Begonia, Rex, or fancy leaf
9. Begonia, Rhizomatous, Beef Steak, Angel Wing, etc.
10. Begonia, Wax or other
11. Cactus, under 6”
12. Cactus, 6” or over
13. Cactus garden (mixed)
14. Christmas Cactus
15. Crown of Thorns
16. Succulents, any variety
17. Succulents, mixed pot


Division: Potted Plants (Indoor B)
Must be grown by Exhibitor
421 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
1. Any other not listed,
2. Fern, pot or hanging, any
3. Ivy, Wandering Jew
4. Jade
5. Orchid, any variety
6. Philodendron
7. Prayer Plant
8. Rosary, Hoya


Division: Potted Plants (Outdoor A)
Must be grown by Exhibitor
423 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
1. Any other outdoor hanging
2. Begonia, fibrous
3. Begonia, tuberous, single, or double
4. Begonia, trailing
5. Begonia, single & double, in same pot
6. Coleus
7. Fuchsia, double
8. Fuchsia, miniature
9. Fuchsia single
10. Fuchsia trailing


Division: Potted Plants (Outdoor B)
Must be grown by Exhibitor
425 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
1. Any other outdoor potted plant not listed (1 variety)
2. Geranium, single or double
3. Geranium, pelargonium
4. Geranium, Ivy, trailing
5. Impatiens, any variety
6. Mixed pot
7. Rose, potted
8. Outdoor Succulent


Division: Roses (w/attached foliage)
Please name roses if you know them
427 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
1. Floribunda, 1 stem, spray
2. Grandiflora, 1 stem not
3. Lavender
4. Lavender blend
5. Miniature roses-any, 1 stem
6. Most fragrant, any variety
7. Old fashioned roses such as Moss, Cabbage, Old English, etc.
8. Orange
9. Orange blend
10. Peach
11. Peach blend
12. Pink
13. Pink blend
14. Polyantha, 1 stem
15. Red
16. Red blend
17. Rose collection, 5 stems
18. Single petal rose, 1 bloom
19. White
20. White blend
21. Yellow
22. Yellow blend


Division: Shrubs & Vines (w/attached foliage)
429 Adult – 19+ [Amateur]

Class No. & Class Description
1. Any other shrub unlisted, flowering, 1 branch
2. Any other shrub unlisted, foliage, 1 branch
3. Astilbe
4. Clematis, 1 stem
5. Fuchsia, double, 1 stem
6. Fuchsia, native, 1 stem
7. Fuchsia, single, 1 stem
8. Heather, all, 1 stem
9. Honeysuckle, 1 stem
10. Hydrangea, any other not listed, 1 bloom
11. Hydrangea, Lace cap, any color, 1 bloom
12. Hydrangea, Pee Gee, any color, 1 bloom
13. Hydrangea, Pee Gee, white, 1 bloom
14. Hydrangea, standard, any other color, 1 bloom
15. Hydrangea, standard, blue shades, 1 bloom
16. Hydrangea, standard, purple shades, 1 bloom
17. Mallow, 1 stalk
18. Matilija Poppy (tree poppy), 1 stem
19. Phygelius (Cape Fuchsia), 1 stem
20. Rose of Sharon, 1 stalk
21. Spirea, 1 stem
22. Vine, flowering (any other), 1 vine
23. Yucca, 1 stem


Division: Youth Floral
Juniors entering in Junior Floral Classes are not allowed to enter in Open Class Floral
434 Youth – under age 14
Class No. & Class Description
1. Any annual not listed
2. Any indoor potted plant (must be care for by entrant)
3. Any mixed potted succulent
4. Any other mixed pot
5. Any outdoor potted plant (must be cared for by entrant)
6. Any perennial not listed
7. Any potted succulent (one variety)
8. Best glad, 1 stem
9. Best dahlia, under 6”, 1 stem
10. Best dahlia, over 6”, 1 stem
11. Best hydrangea, 1 bloom
12. Best lily, 1 stem
13. Best rose, 1 stem
14. Best sunflower, 1 stem

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4603 East 3rd Street
Tillamook, OR, 97141

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