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Floral Department

LEILANI MARTIN & DEBBIE REEVES, Superintendent

For questions call Leilani Martin – (503) 842-4371 or Debbi Reeves – (503) 842-8091.


Perishable
[Culinary, Floral and Land Products] Exhibits need to be brought to the Fairgrounds on Monday, August 3rd between 10 am to 8 pm and Tuesday, August 4th from 9 am to 12 noon.

ENTRY RULES
1. Any article exhibited at the Tillamook County Fair must have been produced in Tillamook County, excluding artistic class.
2. All plants and flowers are to be arranged by the exhibitor.
3. All entries are to be placed by the placing committee, under the direction of the superintendent.
4. Exhibitors using own containers in the artistic or junior classes should have names on the containers, figurines, etc.
5. No inferior material will receive a premium.
6. All Horticulture must have ATTACHED FOLIAGE, clear glass containers are provided. Please name your horticulture as a help to identify varieties.
7. All collections or multiple classes with more than one bloom are penalized for lack of uniformity of blooms.
8. No horticulture may be placed in unlisted or any other class if its category is already listed.
9. Any plant considered invasive in Oregon will not be accepted such as English ivy and buddelia.
10. If you have more than 10 entries, you may pick up tags to fill out. They must be returned by 9:00 A.M. Tuesday.


Division: Artistic Arrangements
[Juniors entering in Junior Floral Classes are not allowed to enter in Open Class Floral]
400 Adult – Amateur
401 Adult - Professional
402 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
403 Fair Buddies – only age
404 Youth – ages 06-10
405 Youth – ages 11-13
406 Youth – only age 14

Class No. & Class Description
  1. Colorful Carnival – colorful flowers using bright or shiny props
  2. Deep in the Night – dark or deep shade of color in a black container
  3. Dried in a Country Night – dried flowers with wood or natural props
  4. It’s a Little Country – miniature under 6” must be in water
  5. Let Your Light Shine – colorful flower with bright or shiny props
  6. Light of the Night- at least one sunflower in arrangement
  7. Little Bit-O-Night – miniature arrangement under 6” or lower, must be in water
  8. String of Lights – definite line of feature flowers
  9. Wild Things – ONLY wildflowers and native greens
  10. “Let the Good Times Grow” – designer’s choice

Division: Bonsai
407 Adult – Amateur
408 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

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 – Amateur
410 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

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, rudbekia, 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 – Amateur

412 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

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 – Amateur

414 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

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. Points will be deducted for missing foliage, foliage below the water line and improper disbudding.

415 Adult – Amateur
416 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

Class No. & Class Description

  1. Anenomes
  2. Any other type, 4” and over
  3. Any other type, under 4”
  4. Ball and Miniature Ball
  5. Cactus, 4-6”
  6. Cactus over 6”
  7. Cactus under 4”
  8. Collarettes
  9. Collection, over 6”, harmonious colors, 5 stems
  10. Collection, 4-6”, harmonious colors, 5 stems
  11. Collection, under 4”, harmonioius colors, 5 stems
  12. Dwarf bedding types
  13. Formal decor, 4-6”
  14. Formal decor, over 6”
  15. Formal decor, under 4”
  16. Informal decor, 4-6”
  17. Informal decor, over 6”
  18. Informal decor, under 4”
  19. Laciniated (notched or split petals)
  20. Pompon, 2” and under, 1 stem
  21. Semi Cactus, 4-6”
  22. Semi Cactus, over 6”
  23. Semi Cactus, under 4”
  24. Water Lily Types



***SPECIAL AWARDS***

***SPECIAL AWARDS***

John Gienger Award - $10 and a Best of Show Ribbon will be given by the Fair Board for the Best of Show specimen or plant in Horticulture.

Superintendent’s Award - $10 and a Special Award Ribbon will be given to the Best of Class in artistic arrangements.

Mildred Davy Award - $25 will be given by Jerry & Sally Underwood to the best single yellow rose.

Virginia Hathaway Award - $40 will be given by Nancy Hathaway Reddekopp & the Late Mike Pickett to the outstanding lily exhibit.

Outstanding Bonsai Award - $10 will be given by the Migoto Yamadori Bonsai Club of Tillamook to an outstanding bonsai exhibit.

The Frieda Obrist Memorial Award- $25 will be given by her family for the most outstanding geranium.

Sunflower Flats Award - $10 cash award – 1 for the best sunflower in the adult & 1 for the best in the youth category.

Sunflower Flats Award - $25 for the most creative sunflower arrangement in open class (may include other flowers but must include at least 3 sunflowers)

Outstanding Fuchsia Award- $20 will be given to the Most Outstanding Fuchsia exhibit in honor of Maxine Scovell.

Division: Gladiolus (with attached foliage) Show with attached set of leaves. Remove lateral buds. Points will be deducted for missing foliage, foliage below the water line and improper disbudding.

417 Adult – Amateur
418 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

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 – Amateur
420 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

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 – Amateur
422 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
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 – Amateur
424 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

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 – Amateur
426 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

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 – Amateur
428 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

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 – Amateur
430 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)

Class No. & Class Description

  1. Any other shrub unlisted, flowering, 1 branch
  2. Any other shrub unlisted, foilage, 1 branch
  3. Astillbe
  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, PeeGee, 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 [Youth over 15+, enter in Adult class]

431 Fair Buddies – 03-05
432 Youth – ages 06-10
433 Youth – ages 11-13
434 Youth – only 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, 6” and over, 1 stem
  10. Best dahlia, under 6”, 1 stem
  11. Best hydrangea, 1 bloom
  12. Best lily, 1 stem
  13. Best rose, 1 stem
  14. Best sunflower, 1 stem

Tillamook County Fairgrounds
503-842-2272
tillamookfair@tillamookfair.com
4603 East 3rd Street
Tillamook, OR, 97141

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