Flower Show Schools Objectives
Flower Show Schools are not only for prospective flower show exhibitors and judges, but also for all garden club members and all persons interested in floral design and horticulture.
Horticulture curriculum consists of basic general information on proper gardening techniques from seed/plant selection to plant culture and control of problems. Information is also presented on cultural needs of specific perennials, annuals, trees and shrubs, as well as fruits, vegetables and nuts and how to grow superior container plants.
Design instruction covers traditional floral arrangements through contemporary styles and even designs incorporating lights and motors. Many attendees are particularly interested in table setting designs showing coordination of floral centerpiece, linens and dishes. Vignettes, small segments of rooms, also give ideas on interior decorating.
What will this class give/teach me?
-How to become a flower show judge
-Learn about the various aspects of the different types of design
-Learn how to be a blue ribbon exhibitor
-Learn more about growing exhibition horticulture
-Learn more about judging horticultural excellence
-Learn about specifics of specific horticultural specimens
-Learn about judging floral design
-Learn about plant material allowed in a flower arrangement
-Learn how to be a better flower show exhibitor
–Learn about flower show procedures
-Learn about flower show requirements
-Learn about flower show awards
-Learn about staging a flower show
-Learn how to write a flower show schedule
-Learn about the importance following the instructions in a flower show schedule
-Learn about writing an entry card
-Learn about table settings for flower shows
-Learn about special exhibits