Chesapeake Bay Garden Club
Celebrating 60 Years in Reedville, Virginia
Design Themes for 2016-2017
(refer to club Yearbook for details)
Class I designs are listed below. Class II designs are any other design type described in the Handbook for Flower Shows
FEBRUARY: The Secret Garden; Panel Design - 3 dimensional creative design, self-supporting or suspended, with panels.
MARCH: All Creatures Great and Small; Small Design - any design style, traditional or creative, not to exceed 8 inches.
APRIL: Treasure Island; Creative Horizontal Line Design - creative design in which horizontal movement is dominant.
MAY: Little Women; Artistic Craft - jewelry created with fresh and/or dried plant material.
DESIGN SCALE OF POINTS for judging floral designs; page 303 in 'Handbook for Flower Shows' page 32-33 in CBGC 2012 Handbook. Or click here for Exhibit Rules and Scale of Points.
Master Flower Show Judges:
Rebecca Elston, Barbara Yinger
Accredited Flower Show Judges: Dody Douglas, Sharon Lemke, Carol Medlin, Darleen Nelson, Lorraine Van Wickler
Student Judges: Carolyn King
Chair: Kathie Truxall
Assistant: Dody Douglas
Flower Show School -- Flower Show School is for prospective flower show exhibitors and judges, as well as for garden club members and anyone interested in flower design. It is a series of four courses covering the principles of floral design and fundamentals of plant life. View National Garden Clubs' website for more information.
Ready, Set, Grow!
May Floral Designs
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ASK JULIA! Julia Clevett answers questions about design that have been submitted in the quarterly PDFSJC newsletter. Read and learn!
Festivities of the Northern Neck
A Standard Flower Show
Friday, June 9, 2017
MAY DESIGN THEME: Little Women
An Artistic Craft -- jewelry created with fresh and/or dried plant material
Patsy with her 'best-in-show' horizontal line design - April
May 23 General Meeting -- Design Awards
Dody: blue and Best in Show
Barbara: (any other) blue
May 23 -- Floral Exhibit Theme:
Class 1: Artistic Craft - jewelry created with fresh and/or dried plant material.
Class 2: Any other design type found in the Handbook for Flower Shows
Photo from the month of May in 'The Vision of Beauty' 2016 Calendar.
A crafted necklace and earrings composed of dried sweet potatoes, mushrooms and lentils.