Buderim Garden Festival Flower Show Results 2017
Section 1 – Cut Flowers
- Spike – 1 flower stem, multiple flowers (e.g. snapdragon,
stock, foxglove, delphinium, lupin) 1st
Barbara Tozer 2nd Daniel Yves
- Spathe Anthurium – 1 flower head 1st Heather Scott 2nd Reg Gibson
- Spathe (other)– 1 flower head (spike with single large bract) e.g.
spathiphyllum 1st Ray Eadie
2nd Myra Collom
- Hippeastrum – 1 flower stem
1st Sylvia Bow 2nd Carole Willis
- Clivea – 1 flower stem 1st Steve Wikman 2nd Reg Gibson
- Any other Bulb or Corm – 1 flower stem (e.g. gladiolia, Jacobean
Shirley McDonald 2nd Ken Evans
- Heliconia and Strelitzia – 1 flower stem
Elizabeth Hales 2nd Elizabeth Hales
- Any other Rhizome, corm or Tuber – 1 flower stem (e.g. ginger, iris, dahlia)
1st Ken Evans 2nd Elizabeth Hales
- Rose hybrid tea – 1 flower stem
1st Reg Gibson 2nd
- Rose other – 1 flower stem (e.g. climbing, floribunda,
1st Reg Gibson 2nd Shirley McDonald
- Orchid Crucifix – 3 flower stems 1st Bev Schouten 2nd Jenni Campbell
- Orchid other – 1 flower stem 1st Reg Gibson 2nd Kevin Hamment
- Pansy or Viola – 3 matched flowers on saucer, stems through absorbent paper 1st Margaret Spurway 2nd Carole Willis
- Nasturtium – 3 stems with flowers and leaves 1st Ken Evans 2nd Ken Evans
- Nasturtium – massed container of flowers 1st
Ken Evans 2nd Ken Evans
- Salvias – 3 matched flower stems of any species 1st Steve Wikman 2nd Carole Willis
- Geranium any colour – 3 flower stems of any type / species 1st Pam Sheahan 2nd Joy Fixture
- Composite flowers – any colour – 3 flower stems (e.g. daisy, gerbera,
marigold, sunflower) 1st Joy Fixture 2nd Joy Fixture
- Other species – 3 matched stems of flowers (e.g. carnation, sweet
1st Ken Evans 2nd
- A single flower/head – 1 flower stem (e.g. begonia, carnation,
daisy, geranium, gerbera, salvia) 1st Rod Nicholls 2nd Ken
- Collection of flowers, all same
type/species – multiple
flowers (flowers from Section 1 only) 1st Lyn Nicholls
2nd Lyn Nicholls
- Collection of flowers, mixed type/species 1st Steve Wikman 2nd Lyn Nicholls
Section 2 – Flowers From Exotics soft shrub, woody shrub, tree, climber
- Hibiscus – 1 flower 1st Carole Willis 2nd
- Shrub, soft-medium stem (short-medium height) – 3 flower heads
(e.g. azalea, butterfly bush, ixora, pentas, shrimp plant, vireya)
1st Ray Eadie 2nd Teddy Gove
- Shrub, medium woody – 1 flower stem (e.g. calliandra, camellia, crepe myrtle, tibouchina) 1st Teddy Gove 2nd Ken Evans
- Tree or climber - 1 stem (e.g.
bougainvillea, jade vine, Rangoon creeper) 1st Ken
Evans 2nd Steve Wikman
Section 3 – Flowers From Natives
- Shrub or Ground Cover 1st none
2nd Teddy Gove
- Tree, Climber or Vine not specified
1st Teddy Gove 2nd Elizabeth Hales
Section 4 – Foliage Collection (maximum height 500mm)
- Croton – 3 stems) 1st Bev Schouten 2nd Ken Evans
- Coleus – 3 stems) 1st Joy Fixture 2nd Ken Evans
- Cordyline – 3 stems ) 1st Ray Eadie
2nd Ken Evans
- Foliage collection, other, single species – 3 stems (e.g. aglaonema, caladium, fern) ) 1st Margaret Spurway 2nd Shirley McDonald
- Foliage collection, mixed species – 3 to 5 stems 1st Barbara Tozer 2nd Ken Evans
- Foliage collection, massed container – maximum 8 stems
1st Ken Evans 2nd Ken
Section 5 – Bonsai
- Novice Bonsai – entrant has not won two first prizes in competitions 1st Steve Wikman 2nd Tom Crerar
- Open Bonsai 1st Reg Gibson 2nd Reg Gibson
Section 6 – Plants in Standing Pots
37 Fern – single species 1st Jenni Campbell 2nd Steve WIkman
38 Begonia – flowering or not 1st Reg Gibson
39 Bromeliad - flowering or not 1st Yves Naniel 2nd Steve Wikman
40 Anthurium - flowering or not 1st Lyn Nicholls 2nd Daphne Ludwig
41 Dieffenbachia - flowering or not - none
42 Agloanema - flowering or not 1st Daphne Ludwig 2nd Daphne Ludwig
43 Foliage Plant (not otherwise specified) 1st Kevin Hamment 2nd Jenni Campbell
in flower (not otherwise
specified) 1st Teddy Gove 2nd Jenni Campbell
45 Succulent or cacti – single species 1st Daphne Ludwig 2nd Daphne Ludwig
or cacti - mixed species 1st Kevin Hamment 2nd Rod Nicholls
47 Multi planted pot - with 3 or more species (flowering or not) 1st Shirley McDonald 2nd Shirley McDonald
48 Orchid in flower 1st Kevin Hamment 2nd Teddy Gove
violet in flower 1st Bev Lavarack 2nd Elena Patten
Section 7 - Hanging Baskets/Pots (also air plants)
– single species 1st Ken Evans 2nd Maxina Williams
Plant 1st Tom Crerar 2nd Daphne Ludwig
Plant 1st Yves Daniel 2nd Teddy Gove
/ Air Plant exhibit 1st Steve Wikman 2nd Maxina Williams
Section 8 - Novelty Arrangement
/ Shoe with flowers 1st Lynda Reynolds 2nd Bev Schouten
with flowers 1st Lynda Reynolds 2nd Marlene Deller
56 Picture frame with plant and/or flowers 1st Lynda Reynolds 2nd Marlene Deller
57 Any Fruit 1st Ken Evans 2nd Ken Evans
58 Single Vegetable in pot 1st Ken Evans 2nd Ken Evans
59 3 Salad greens in pot/container – leaf vegetables 1st Shirley McDonald 2nd Ken Evans
60 Single Herb in pot 1st Shirley McDonald 2nd Ken Evans
61 3 Herbs in pot/container 1st Shirley McDonald 2nd Shirley McDonald
collection of edibles 1st Ken Evans 2nd Ken Evans
Section 10 – Children Floral Art Design - no entries
Section 11 – Garden Photography (Unframed)
Flower 1st Elizabeth Hales 2nd Helen Wallace
Flower 1st Elizabeth Hales 2nd Elaine Davidson
produced by bulbs, corms or rhizomes 1st Elizabeth Hales 2nd Jan Kent
native plant 1st Elaine Davidson 2nd Elizabeth Hales
in local garden 1st Elizabeth Hales 2nd Elaine Davidson
The Trophy winners were:
1. Champion Rose - Reg Gibson
2. Champion Bloom other than a Rose - Rod Nicholls
3. Champion Flower from Exotics - Ken Evans
4. Champion Flower from Natives - Teddy Gove
5. Foliage Collection - Ray Eadie
6. Champion Bonsai - Reg Gibson
7. Champion Plant in Standing Pot - Daphne Ludwig
8. Champion Hanging Basket - Ken Evans
9. Champion Novelty Arrangement - Lynda Reynolds
10. Best Fruit, Vegetables & Herbs Exhibit - Ken Evans
11. Best Children’s Plant Art (prep to grade 3) Nil
12. Best Children’s Plant Art (grade 4-7) Nil
13. Best Garden Photo - Elizabeth Hales
14. Encouragement Award - Joy Fixter
15. Most Points Section 1 – Cut Flowers - Ken Evans
16. Most Points Sec 6&7 of Schedule - Daphne Ludwig
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Buderim Garden Festival 2017
Spring Flower Show
Venue: Buderim War Memorial Hall
Hall Set-Up: Friday 13 October 2017 7:00am – 9:00am
Acceptance of Entries: Friday 13 October 2017 9:00am – 2:00pm
Judging of Entries: Friday 13 October 2017 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Show Open: Saturday 14 October 2017 9:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday 15 October 9:00am – 3:00pm
Presentation of Prizes: Saturday 14 October 2017 2:00pm
Removal of Entries: Sunday 15 October 2017 3:15pm
Show Exhibit Entries are Free
Show Raffle Drawn: Sunday 15 October 2017 2:00pm
Show Enquiries to: Chief Show Steward, John Sargaison
Tel: 07 54464883 or Email: [email protected]
- Open Gardens, Saturday and Sunday, 9:00am - 4:00pm;
- Quality plant market in grounds during the Spring Flower Show; and
- Refreshments available in Memorial Hall.
Garden Festival further information: www.buderimgardenclub.com
Conditions of Show Entry and Rules
(Please note that entries are expected to last 3 days)
- Limit of 3 entries in any class by each exhibitor.
- All exhibits in Sections 1-7 and 9 must be the property of and have been grown by the exhibitor for at least 3 months prior to entry.
- Exhibitors in Sections 1-4 and 10 must use containers provided by the Buderim Garden Club.
- Exhibitors in all Sections are responsible for the arrangement of their exhibits before entering them.
- The stem of exhibits in Sections 1-4 must be clearly visible at the neck of the container.
- Exhibits in Sections 1-4 may be wedged at the neck of the container, with plastic tubing, but staking of the stem above the container is not permitted. It is better to insert the stem between the container and plastic tubing rather than the middle of the plastic tubing.
- Points to determine Best Club Member in Show may be awarded in each class, at the discretion of the Judges, as follows: First - 5 points, Second - 3 points.
- Special arrangements will be approved for supporting flowers of climbers / vines (Sections 2/26 and 3/28).
- Exhibits in Sections 6 and 7 must only be shown in the pots / containers / baskets that they have been growing in, without any additional display container or covering.
- Every care will be taken of exhibits however the Buderim Garden Club will accept no responsibility for damage to or loss of exhibits.
- No person other than the Judges and Stewards are to be present during judging.
- Prizes may be awarded in each class at the discretion of the Judges (1st = $10, 2nd = $5).
- The judge’s decision will be final.
- Prize money may be collected from the Show Secretary any time after 12:00 noon on the Saturday.
- No exhibit is to be removed from the show benches before 3:15pm on the Sunday.
- Only Stewards will be allowed to move entries once staged in the hall.
- Hours of entry acceptance will be strictly adhered to. All exhibits must be staged by 2:00pm on Friday when the hall will be closed for judging.
- In Section 11, the exhibitor must have taken the photograph. Photographs should be 200 x 150mm. Photos remain the property of the exhibitor. A maximum of 3 photos per exhibitor in each class.