Definitions of Types of Daffodils Large Trumpet – 1 Flower per stem, the trumpet as long as – or longer than the perianth segments (petals) e.g. KING ALFRED. Large Cup – 1 Flower per stem, the cup is more than one third but less than equal to the length of the perianth segments e.g. CARLTON Small Cup – 1 Flower per stem, the cup is less than one-third the length of the perianth segments e.g. LA RIANTA Doubles – Double Flowers
Dahlias – Please note that Blooms exceeding these limits will be disqualified. Pompons – Blooms must not exceed – 52 mm Diameter Miniature Ball – Blooms must not exceed – 115 mm Diameter Small Ball – Blooms must not exceed – 170 mm Diameter Miniature – Blooms must not exceed – 115 mm Diameter Small – Blooms must not exceed – 170 mm Diameter Medium – Blooms must not exceed – 220 mm Diameter Large – Blooms must not exceed – 260 mm Diameter Giant – Blooms must exceed – 260 mm Diameter
Exhibit – Plant material, with or without accessories
Accessory – Anything other than plant material used in the Exhibit not including container bases and drapes.
Bracts – May be used as flowers or foliage.
Drapes – Must not be attached to the Society’s background.
All Bottles and Jars must be clear, clean glass
Attach a plain stick-on label to container with name of contents & date of preserving.
Quiches, flans etc. should be shown out of the container
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