Madawaska Valley Horticultural Society Meeting
June 20 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Join Us for Our June 20th Meeting!
SPEAKER: Kelly Wallace
TOPIC: How Can We Help Turtles?
Kelly Wallace, founder of Think Turtle Conservation Initiative will give a talk about the perils Ontario turtles face on and off the roads, what we can do to effectively help the turtles, and what resources are available to do so.
Free for members. Guests: $10 gets you in plus a full 2019 membership!
Strawberry Social: Tonite at 6:30 pm. $5 gets you a bowl of fresh strawberries and whipped cream atop your choice of pound cake1
CLASS 1 Asparagus – three stalks
CLASS 2 Rhubarb – three stalks, pulled (not cut) with leaves trimmed to 2” fan shape
CLASS 3 Hosta – 3 leaves, one kind, named if possible
CLASS 4 Shrub rose – any colour, 1 bloom or spray, named if possible
CLASS 5 Miniature rose – any colour, one spray, named if possible
CLASS 6 Perfect rose – floating in a bowl of water, without foliage
CLASS 7 Peony – any colour, one bloom
CLASS 8 Iris – Bearded, any colour, one stalk
CLASS 9 Iris – Beardless (Siberian/Japanese) or Bulbous (English/Spanish/Dutch), any colour,
CLASS 10 Snow/snap peas – five pods
CLASS 11 Lupines – two spikes, same colour
CLASS 12 “All In A Row” – a parallel* design
CLASS 13 Photo: “You Crack Me Up!” – a plant / flower grown in a crack
JUNIOR Pansies or violets – 3 stems with foliages attached in water of a small container
*Parallel Design – A design in which three or more groupings are placed in a parallel manner with open spaces between the groupings. Parallel direction may be vertical, horizontal or diagonal. Design is in one container or containers combined so as to appear as one unit. (from Ontario Judging and Exhibiting Standards)