COVID-19 STATEMENT

The Committee of the Walcha Show Society advise all participants that the 2022 Show is being conducted under COVID-19 restrictions for the protection of all involved. Anyone entering any Show event and onto any part of the show ground during the conducting of the Show agrees that they are to comply with all requests from any member of the committee, and/or their representatives, consistent with the COVID-19 restrictions so imposed.

The Committee shall use their best endeavours to conduct the Show but in the event that because of COVID-19 the Show is cancelled at any time then all participants agree that on such cancellation they shall have no claim against the committee for any alleged loss of any kind whatsoever arising to them and caused by such cancellation.


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The Walcha Show will be a COVID safe event.
We encourage physical distancing, hand and personal hygiene.

Please do not attend the Showground if you are unwell.
Stewards Phyllis Hoy 0439 310 844 phylhoy@gmail.com, and members of Walcha Garden Club

Entries close Friday 11th March. 2022, 9am Entries will also be accepted on

Thursday 10th March, 10am - 5.30pm

NO LATE ENTRIES TAKEN

FIRST $2, SECOND $1 Entry fee (non members) 50c
DAHLIA SIZES: For Exhibitors

Large Dahlia 210- 260mm 1 bloom per vase
Medium Dahlia..160- 210mm 1 bloom per vase
Small Dahlia..120- 160mm staged as unit
Miniature Dahlia under 120mm staged as unit
Pompon Dahlia under 50mm staged as unit
Dahlia blooms should have a stem of 300 mm, 160mm clear of vase
Unit =three blooms of one variety
Container = 6-12 Blooms
NND. Not necessary Distinct [3 the same OR 3 Different]
DAHLIA CLASSES (Containers will be provided)
1
Large Decorative Dahlia bloom
2
Medium Decorative Dahlia 1 bloom
3
Medium Decorative Dahlia 3 blooms [1 to vase]
4
Small Decorative Dahlia 1 bloom
5
Unit Small Decorative Dahlias 3 blooms NND
6
Unit Miniature Dahlias 3 blooms NND
7
Medium Garden Cactus Dahlia 1 bloom
8
Medium Garden Cactus Dahlia 3 blooms NND [1 to vase]
9
Unit Small Cactus Dahlia 3 blooms NND
10
Unit Miniature Cactus Dahlia 3 blooms NND
11
Unit Pompon Dahlia 3 blooms NND
12
Unit Waterlily Dahlia 3 blooms NND
13
Container of Dahlias NND 6-12 blooms
14
Fimbriated Dahlia 1 bloom
15
Fimbriated Dahlia 3 blooms NND [1 to vase]
16
Small Dahlia [3 blooms] NND
17
Unit Ball Dahlias 3 blooms NND18 Unit Collerette Dahlias 3 blooms NND
19
Unit Single Dahlias 3 blooms NND
20A
Any Other Dahlia Not Mentioned
Champion Dahlia OR Exhibit - Champion Ribbon and Prize Money
ROSES (Containers will be provided)
20B
Red Specimen Rose
21
White Specimen Rose
22
Pink Specimen Rose
23
Yellow Specimen Rose
24
Specimen Rose any other colour

not mentioned

25
Three Roses, one variety, bud to Full Bloom
26
One Cut of Floribunda Rose
27
Container of Roses, one variety. Up to 6 cuts.
28
Container of miniature Roses. Up to 6 cuts.
29
Container of Old Fashioned Roses. Up to 6 cuts.
30
Container of Single Roses. Up to 6 cuts.
31
Container of Mixed Roses, any variety. Up to 6 cuts.
32
Container of Roses. Men Only. Up to 6 cuts.
33
Most perfumed Rose
Champion Rose or Exhibit - Champion Ribbon & Prize
Jan Koebel Memorial Trophy for Most Outstanding Rose Exhibit (Walcha district only)
Perpetual Trophy and Prize
MISCELLANEOUS CUT BLOOMS (Containers will be provided)
40
Cut of Geranium
41
Cut of Ivy Geranium
42
Hydrangea
43
Three Hydrangea NND
44
Three Cuts of Penstemon
45
Three Cuts of Fuschias
47
Specimen Flower not mentioned
48
Three cuts of Flower not mentioned
49
Gladiolus
50
One Cut of Sedum
51
Three Cuts of Alstromeria NND
52
Container of Petunias up to 6 cuts
53
Container of Japanese Anemone up to 6 cuts
54
Container of Daisies up to 6 cuts
55
Container of Cosmos up to 6 cuts
56
Six Stems of Flowers NND
57
One Cut of Flowering Shrub
58
One Cut of Foliage
59
One Cut of Australian Native Shrub
60
Potted Plant [Pot diameter not to exceed 30cm]
61
Potted Fern [pot diameter not to exceed 30cm]
62
Pot of Succulents [Pot diameter not to exceed 30cm]
Champion Miscellaneous Bloom OR Exhibit
Prize donated by BORTHWICK FAMILY

DecorativE

Guidelines for competitors - Classes 74-81

1 Exhibits judged on interpretation of schedule, creativity, originality, principles and elements of design.

2 Plant material should predominate over all other components in a design.

3 Exhibits must be the individual exhibitor's own work.

4 No artificial plant material may be used [ie. made from manufactured or non plant material such as artificial flowers/foliage.

5 Fresh plant material must be in water or in water retaining material unless material remains turgid throughout the show.

6 A design must not be changed in any way after judging.

7 THE JUDGES DECISION IS FINAL


Competitors please notify Phyllis Hoy of their entries for the Decorative Section Decorative Section by 4th March 2022

Either by phone .. OR Text .. 0439 310 844 OR phylhoy@gmail.com


BENCH SPACE is 60cm [display area] in width and height is optional unless stated otherwise.


Class 79 winner will receive the Olga Lisle Memorial Trophy
Open Champion Arrangement Champion Ribbon & Prize
DECORATIVE - OPEN
74
Decorated Front Door. [Work in Pairs]
75
Wall Hanging Design using a Bat.
76
Eastern Influence
77
Manipulated Foliage Fantasy
78
A Mask [Fresh or Dried Material can be used]
79
Traditional: Biedermeier
DECORATIVE - RESTRICTED
80
Autumn Sunset
81
Roundabout of Roses
Innovation Award Decorative Section Trophy Donated By Robyn Lyon

NO ENTRY FEE for Children

Pre School & Under
82
Decorated Saucer
INFANTS - YEARS K-2
83
Design using Cup & or Saucer
PRIMARY - YEARS 3-4
84
Dreamcatcher
PRIMARY - YEARS 5-6
85
Novelty Creature OR Animal Vegetable, Flowers & Fruit can be used


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