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Design Themes for 2018
(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

January 23 - Theme: Bird in Hand
Class I – “Still Life Design” – traditional or creative non-abstract grouping of functional and realistic objects and plant material with a theme.  
February 27 - Theme: Just For Me
Class I –“Functional Table”; Place Setting for One - staged on a placemat.  
March 27 - Theme: New Life
Class I – “Featured Plant Material Design” – a design with an emphasis on one plant species. Any part/s of the plant may be used;
April 24 - Theme: April Showers
Class I – “Cascade Design” emphasizing a strong downward rhythmic movement.  
June 26 - Theme: This Way & That Way
Class I – “Multi-rhythmic Design” – a creative design with emphasis on two or more rhythms with one dominating.  

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         
Floral Exhibits
Chairs: Sharon Stieber, Barbara Yinger
Contact Us
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.
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Christmas On Cockrell's Creek
Each year the Chesapeake Bay Garden Club and the owners of several Reedville homes provide the decorations for Christmas on Cockrells Creek. It is a huge undertaking, but the results bring people from all over. Click here to view more pics! 


Next Garden Club Meeting:
January 23, 2018, at 12 noon 
Festival Hall in Reedville 

Design theme: Class I – 'Bird in Hand' 
 “Still Life Design” – traditional or creative non-abstract grouping of functional and realistic objects and plant material with a theme. [page 76 in Handbook for Flower Shows] 
Class II – Any other design type found in the Handbook for Flower Shows.







Still Life Design; pg 129 of Designing By Types

Flower Show School - Course II
February 26 - March 1, 2018
Four Points by Sheraton, Henrico, VA
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