HURONIA ROSE SOCIETY ANNUAL ROSE SHOW
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Dorian Parker Centre
227 Sunnidale Road Barrie
Ellen Spencer (705-739-9101)
Edna Caldwell (705-721-0484)
Rules and Regulations
1. Entries Received: 5:00 pm – 6:45 pm
2. Judging: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
3. At the time of judging only Committee Members are allowed in the judging area.
4. Show viewing- 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
5. Entries are NOT to be removed before 9:00 pm
NOTE: Exhibitors are requested to assist with clean up after the show.
6. Exhibitors must be Members of Huronia Rose Society except in Section IV and Class 44
7. All specimen blooms must be grown by the exhibitor. Please indicate name of rose if known.
8. Exhibitors must provide suitable containers for their entries.
9. The Huronia Rose Society and the Show Committee are not responsible for loss, damage or theft.
10. Prizes will be ribbons only, with the exception of trophies, which will be given out at the September meeting. Trophies shall remain the property of the Huronia Rose Society.
11. Judges may withhold an award if an entry is not deemed worthy. Judges decisions are final.
12. Exhibitors are permitted 5 entries per specimen class, provided they are different cultivars (colours), unless otherwise stated.
13. The Show Chairperson has the right to divide any specimen class if there are sufficient entries. A minimum of three of one colour, size etc. is required to warrant such a division.
14. Entry tags should be correctly filled in, and completed if possible prior to arriving at the Show, including the name of the rose, if known. Securely attach the tag, except in Miniature and Decorative Sections, where they should be placed under or beside the entry.
15. Each exhibitor is responsible for placing their entries in the correct colour class. The Canadian Rose Society Colour Classification Guide should be consulted. Ask the passing clerk for help if unsure, before marking your tag. (A passing clerk will guide you as to where to place your entry and answer questions regarding filling in your entry tags.)
16. Ontario Judging and Exhibiting Standards will be followed for Designs. Canadian Rose Society Judging Guidelines will be used for specimens.
17. All foliage must be naturally attached in the specimen classes.
18. A ‘SPRAY’ is defined as a main or lateral stem with a number of blooms and/or buds, with TWO or more of the blooms, one-half or more open. Early disbudding of centre bud is permitted in any spray. NOTE: This rule applies to any Class that calls for a Spray and has this symbol (*)
19. In the Decorative Division, all designs must include rose(s) or some part of a rose plant, which may be obtained from any source. Any type of plant material, branches or decorative wood, dried or treated, may be used. A judicious use of painted material is permitted. Accessories are also permitted.
Queen of the Show (Edna Caldwell plaque) Best Design Sec. V Level A (Rosette)
Miniature Queen of the Show (plaque) Best Design Sec. V, Level B (Reta Caldwell plaque)
Best Shrub Rose (Victor Loeb trophy) Best Design Sec. V, Level C (Betty Nielsen trophy)
Best Red Rose (Wendy Caldwell-Halkewycz trophy)
The “Queen of the Show” may be selected from any of the Specimen Bloom or Spray Classes except Miniature Classes.
In the following Classes, a “blend” of any colour is to be shown in the Class closest to that colour. i.e. a Red Blend Hybrid Tea would be shown in Cl. 4; an Orange Blend Hybrid Tea would be shown in Cl. 7.
SECTION I Members with 30 or fewer bushes
Class 1 One bloom, any colour
2 One spray (*), any colour
3 One Miniature specimen or spray (*), any colour
SECTION II- HYBRID TEA TYPE (1 bloom per stem)
Class 4 One bloom, Red
5 One bloom, Pink
6 One bloom, Yellow
7 One bloom, Orange
8 One bloom, White or Near White
9 One bloom, any colour other than those listed above
FLORIBUNDAS TYPE (Multiple blooms per stem) 10 One spray (*), Red 11 One spray (*), Pink 12 One spray (*), White or near White 13 One spray (*), any colour other than those listed above
Class 14 Climber, one spray (*), Red
15 Climber, one spray (*), Pink
16 Climber, one spray (*), any colour other than those listed above
17 One bloom, Pink
18 One bloom, Yellow
19 One bloom, any colour other than those listed above
20 One spray (*), Pink
21 One spray (*), Yellow
22 One spray (*), any colour other than those listed above …../ 8
23 Shrub one spray (*), Red
24 Shrub one spray (*), Pink (Bonica etc.)
25 Shrub one spray (*), any colour or blend other than those listed above
Click here for information regarding Canadian Hardy Roses
Class 26 Explorer series rose, one spray (*), Pink
27 Explorer series rose, one spray (*), any other colour
28 Parkland / Morden series rose, one spray (*), Red
29 Parkland / Morden series rose, one spray (*), Pink
30 Parkland / Morden series rose, one spray (*), any colour other than those listed above
31 Canadian Artist series rose, one spray (*), any colour
Class 32 One bloom, any colour or blend (not miniature) floating in a suitable container, No foliage.
33 Most fragrant rose, one stem
Class 34 One bloom, any colour or blend
35 One spray (*), any colour or blend
36 Collection of miniature roses
37 One bloom Miniature, any colour or blend, floating in a suitable container. No foliage.
NON-MEMBERS & YOUTH
Class 38 One bloom, any colour
39 One spray (*), any colour
40 One Miniature bloom or spray (*), any colour
SECTION V: DECORATIVE DESIGNS
THEME: “Roses through the Ages”
Level A- Novice (one who has never won an award)
Level B – Designers with Limited Experience
Level C – Advanced Designers
These design titles are the same for levels A, B, C
41 .SHAKESPEARE in LOVE… A Design
42. ROARING 20’s……………….. A Design
43. ROCK “n” ROLL ERA ……..A Design
44. INVITATIONAL CLASS: FUTURISTIC… A Design