PLS Show Schedule 2012 - Potomac Lily Society

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Jul 1, 2012 ... John Lydon • 301-595-1066 • [email protected] or visit www. PotomacLilySociety.org. Awards. 1. Awards will be made for the Best Asiatic ...

Rules — Design Section 1. All designs are open to any amateur designer. 2. Designs to be staged on 29” high tables. Designers space is 36” wide and 30” deep covered by a green plastic cloth. Background heights, width and shape are exhibitor’s choice. Backboard Panels and Underlays are required in each exhibit and shall be provided by the exhibitor. 3. Advanced registration is required and will be accepted by Muriel Turner (703-793-0845) before June 17, 2012. Exhibitors will be responsible for filling the required space, maintaining the exhibit in show condition and to provide a substitute if unable to participate. 4. Entries must be placed Friday, June 29 between 3:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. or Saturday, June 30 from 8:00 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. and must remain in place until 4:00 P.M. Sunday, July 1 when they should be removed promptly. 5. An exhibitor may enter as many classes as desired, but only one entry per class is allowed. 6. Lilies must dominate in all designs. A 3” x 5” card listing all plant materials used must accompany each entry. 7. NO ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, FRUIT, OR FOLIAGE MAY BE USED. NO PAINTED OR TREATED FRESH PLANT MATERIAL WILL BE PERMITTED. 8. Plants on State conservation lists, grown by exhibitor or obtained in a legal manner and so marked may be used. 9. American flag and other national flags must be displayed in with your text accordanceReplace with proper flag etiquette. 10. The Committee will exercise care in safeguarding properties, but regrets that the Potomac Lily Society and Brookside Gardens cannot assume responsibility for loss or damage. 11. The National Garden Clubs Standard of System Judging will be used. Scale of points for all designs CONFORMANCE (to schedule requirements) ............. 20 DESIGN (Elements, Principals)................................ 42 ARTISTIC CONCEPT (selection and/or organization) ... 12 EXPRESSION (interpretation of class) ...................... 10 DISTINCTION (marked superiority, all respects) ......... 16 Total 100 Schedule of Classes — Design Theme: SUMMER DAYS SECTION K 4 Entries in each class Class 64.

“LAZZY DAYS” A Stretch Design

Class 65.

“FIREWORKS” A Construction Design

Class 66.

“AT THE BEACH” A Design Featuring Water

Class 67.

“AT THE BALL GAME” A Spatial Thrust Design

Awards 1. Awards will be made for the Best Asiatic Hybrid, Best Martagon Hybrid, Best Trumpet Hybrid, Best Oriental Hybrid, Best American Hybrid, Best Seedling in Sec. D, Best Species, Best Interdivisional Hybrid, Best Entry by a Novice, Best Lily Grown in Pot, Best Collection of Three Stems, Best Horticultural Entry in Show, and the Harlin G. Turner Award for Best Design. 2. No major award will be given to a lily which does not qualify for a blue ribbon. 3. All designs are eligible for the Harlin G. Turner Best Design in Show Award. Bulb awards will be given to Design Class blue ribbon winners.

THE POTOMAC  LILY SOCIETY    Presents its  Fifty First Annual Lily Show  SUMMER DAYS

Time Schedule Entries Received: Friday, 29 June 2012 -- 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 30 June 2012 -- 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 A.M. Judging: Saturday, 30 June 2012 -- 11 a.m. to 12:30 P.M. Open to the Public: Saturday, 30 June 2012 -- 12:30 p.m. to 5 A.M. Sunday, 1 July 2012 -- 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Dismantling: (Open only to Exhibitors) Sunday, 1 July 2012 -- 4 P.M. to 5 P.M.

Officers — 2012 President ...................................................... John Lydon Vice President ........................................ Kathleen Hoxie Secretary ............................................... Tricia Kincheloe Treasurer ......................................................... John Roe Acting Membership Secretary ...................... John Lydon

Show Committee — 2012 General Chair ............................................... John Lydon Awards ............................................................ John Roe Classification ...................................... James McKenney Design Chairs ............................................ Muriel Turner Educational Exhibit ................................. Kathleen Hoxie Hosts and Hostesses ............................. Kathleen Hoxie Horticultural Judges.................................. Ron Chiabotta Clerks & Runners .........................................Tricia Goins Judges Luncheon ......................................... John Lydon Saturday Morning Refreshments ............. Martina Lydon Publicity ........................................................ John Lydon Schedule ...................................................... John Lydon Staging .................................Jim McKenney/John Lydon Tabulation........................................................ John Roe

BROOKSIDE GARDENS 1800 Glenallen Ave. Wheaton, Maryland

Admission is free and the show is open to the public

Saturday, June 30, 2012 12:30 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Sunday, July 1, 2012 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M Affiliated with The North American Lily Society and The National Capital Area Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. For show information contact: John Lydon • 301-595-1066 • [email protected] or visit www.PotomacLilySociety.org

Rules — Horticultural Section 1. Classes are open to any grower of lilies. 2. All lilies exhibited in competition must have been grown by the exhibitor. Exhibitors may make more than one entry in a class, provided that each is a different cultivar. Entries permitted in dual names, but no duplicate entries from the same garden. 3. Only true lilies (genus Lilium) having scaly bulbs permitted. Entries to be free of obvious defects and/or disease. Specimens with abnormalities will be set aside and not judged. Anthers may be removed, but it is preferable to leave them on. A lily stem must have one bloom open to the typical shape for that particular variety to be eligible for judging. 4. For all Divisions or Classes without Divisions where entries are “single stem”, exhibitors may enter as many stems as desired so long as each stem is of a different cultivar. 5. Entry cards and containers for specimens will be furnished by the Show Committee. In collections, each stem is shown in an individual container. Each entry must be correctly named, identified with an official entry card and placed in the proper class. Both sections of the entry card must be completed. 6. Exhibits must be in place, ready for judging not later than 10:30 A.M. on Saturday, 30 June and must remain in place until 4:00 P.M. on Sunday, 1 July when they should be removed promptly. Entries not claimed by 4:30 P.M. will be disposed of by the Committee. 3. Entries are the property of the exhibitor, and are not to be touched by anyone else except the Show Committee. Anthers and pollen may be removed only by the owner, or with the owners express permission. 4. Doors will be closed during judging. Only Judges, Clerks, Runners, Tabulators, Chairman of Judges and Classification, and the Show Chairman may be present while the judging is in progress. 5. At the close of the show, the exhibit room will be cleared before dismantling. Only exhibitors will be permitted in the showroom to remove exhibits. 6. The following official NALS scale of points will be used in evaluating specimens entered in all sections except Section D. CONDITION ........................................... 30 VIGOR .................................................. 20 PLACEMENT ON STEM ........................... 20 SUBSTANCE OF FLOWERS ..................... 10 FORM OF FLOWERS .............................. 10 COLOR OF FLOWERS............................. 10 Total 100

Schedule of Classes — Horticulture SECTION A Single Stem Entries of Named Hybrid Lily Clones Subclasses will be established by cultivar Class     1.  Div. 1a ............................................... Upfacing Asiatic Hybrids        2.  Div. Ib ............................................... Outfacing Asiatic Hybrids      3.  Div. Ic ................................................. Pendant Asiatic Hybrids      4.  Div. II. .......................................................... Martagon Hybrids  

Class       5.  Div. III. ....................................................... Candidum Hybrids        6.  Div. IV ......................................................... American Hybrids   7.  Div. V ...................................................... Longiflorum Hybrids        8.  Div. VIa ........................................ Upfacing Trumpet Hybrids  9.  Div. VIb ..................... Outfacing Aurelian or Trumpet Hybrids      10.  Div. VIc ....................... Pendant Aurelian or Trumpet Hybrids      11.  Div. VIIa......................................... Upfacing Oriental Hybrids      12.  Div. VIIb ....................................... Outfacing Oriental Hybrids      13.  Div. VIIc .......................................... Pendant Oriental Hybrids      14.  Div. VIII .............................................. Interdivisional Hybrids      SECTION B Single Stem Entries of Named Strains, Hybrid Groups and UnnamedSeedlings Subclasses may be established by the Show Committee Class 15.  Div. Ia .............................................. Upfacing Asiatic Hybrids      16.  Div. Ib ............................................. Outfacing Asiatic Hybrids      17.  Div. Ic ............................................... Pendant Asiatic Hybrids      18.  Div. II ......................................................... Martagon Hybrids      19.  Div. III ........................................................ Candidum Hybrids      20.  Div. IV ........................................................ American Hybrids      21.  Div. V ..................................................... Longiflorum Hybrids      22.  Div. VIa......................................... Upfacing Trumpet Hybrids      23.  Div. VIb .................... Outfacing Aurelian or Trumpet Hybrids      24.  Div. VIc ....................... Pendant Aurelian or Trumpet Hybrids      25.  Div. VIIa......................................... Upfacing Oriental Hybrids      26.  Div. VIIb ....................................... Outfacing Oriental Hybrids      27.  Div. VIIc .......................................... Pendant Oriental Hybrids      28.  Div. VIII .............................................. Interdivisional Hybrids 

SECTION D Single Stem Entries of Unnamed Hybrid Seedlings Hybridized and Grown from Seed by the Exhibitor (Judged by Seedling Scale) Subclasses may be established by the Show Committee Class       43.  Div. Ia............................................. Upfacing Asiatic Hybrids        44.  Div. Ib ........................................... Outfacing Asiatic Hybrids 45.  Div. Ic .............................................. Pendant Asiatic Hybrids        46.  Div. II ....................................................... Martagon Hybrids        47.  Div.III ...................................................... Candidum Hybrids        48.  Div. IV ...................................................... American Hybrids        49.  Div. V ................................................... Longiflorum Hybrids        50.  Div. VIa ....................................... Upfacing Trumpet Hybrids        51.  Div. VIb ................... Outfacing Aurelian or Trumpet Hybrids        52.  Div. VIc...................... Pendant Aurelian or Trumpet Hybrids        53.  Div. VIIa .......................................Upfacing Oriental Hybrids        54.  Div. VIIb ..................................... Outfacing Oriental Hybrids        55.  Div. VIIc........................................ Pendant Oriental Hybrids        56.  Div. VIII ............................................. Interdivisional Hybrids 

In sections E-J, each species will be considered a separate subclass and judged by itself. SECTION E - Class 57 Single stem entries of species and their forms SECTION F - Class 58 Three stems of the same variety, cultivar, or species SECTION G - Class 59 Lilies grown in pots with no protection. Single pots.

SECTION C Single Stem Entries of Unnamed Hybrid Seedlings Grown from Seed by the Exhibitor Subclasses may be established by the Show Committee Class     29.  Div. Ia ............................................... Upfacing Asiatic Hybrids      30.  Div. Ib ............................................. Outfacing Asiatic Hybrids      31.  Div. Ic ............................................... Pendant Asiatic Hybrids      32.  Div. II ......................................................... Martagon Hybrids      33.  Div. III ........................................................ Candidum Hybrids      34.  Div. IV ........................................................ American Hybrids      35.  Div. V ..................................................... Longiflorum Hybrids      36.  Div. VIa......................................... Upfacing Trumpet Hybrids      37.  Div. VIb .................... Outfacing Aurelian or Trumpet Hybrids      38.  Div. VIc ....................... Pendant Aurelian or Trumpet Hybrids      39.  Div. VIIa......................................... Upfacing Oriental Hybrids      40.  Div. VIIb ....................................... Outfacing Oriental Hybrids      41.  Div. VIIc .......................................... Pendant Oriental Hybrids      42.  Div. VIII .............................................. Interdivisional Hybrids

SECTION H - Class 60 All forced lilies or lilies grown with a substantial amount of protection. Single-stem or pot. SECTION I Class 61 - Single lily bloom of any named hybrid clone, named strain, or species. (Limited to 3 entries per exhibitor.) Class 62 - Single lily bloom of an un-named hybrid seedling, grown from seed by the exhibitor. (Limited to 5 entries per exhibitor.) SECTION J - Class 63 Novice Section Single stem entry. A novice is someone who has never won a blue ribbon at a lily show.