Reservations: Sally Long (619) 588-8893, email@example.com
Section A – THE ROSE
Class 1. One Bloom Any variety with Exhibition Form typical for variety. No single-petaled roses permitted. (4-8 petals). All other rose varieties permitted. Look for high, pointed center, circular outline.
Class 2. Fully open rose(s) Any variety including singles (4-8 petals), stamens must show.
Class 3. Cinderella class. A horticultural rose specimen that does not fit the criteria for Classes 1 or 2 (rose hips, foliage, Hybrid Teas, or Miniatures with side buds, critters on roses, and multiple sprays).
Section B – FLOWERS
Class 4. A single flower or cluster of same variety of flower (Any flower other than a rose). Flower should be typical of the variety and exhibiting top condition.
Class 5. Insects on Flowers Any type of insect on or around a flower, flowers or group of flowers. Butterflies, caterpillars, bees, etc. Flowers can be all the same or a mixture of varieties. (No roses allowed)
Class 6. Flower Close-up or Macro This can be a close-up or macro of any part of the flower. (No roses allowed).
Section C – SUCCULENTS & CACTI
Class 7. Cactus, any type in pot or in ground. Name type of cactus.
Class 8. Succulent, any type in pot or in ground. Name type of succulent.
Section D – BLACK AND WHITE
Class 9. A single rose or a cluster of the same variety of rose. (Roses only) All rose varieties permitted including singles. Roses should be typical of variety and in good condition.
Class 10. A single flower or cluster of same variety of flower. (Any flower other than a rose). Flower should be typical of the variety and in good condition.
Section E – FLOWER ART
The photo should evoke a sense of originality and a new and different way of imaging flowers with the mind’s eye. Image alternating techniques such as colorizing, dodging, burning, layering, cloning, painting, etc. are allowed. Color, Black and White, Sepia or combinations are permitted. Photo enhancement software is allowed in both classes. Include name of flower or plant on tag if known.
Class 11. Realistic. A plant/flower with altered, but recognizable object or components.
Class 12. Abstract. A plant/flower with altered reality and non-recognizable object or components.
Section F – BUDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS
Entrants age 17 and under
Class 13. One Flower or Cluster of Flowers. Any type of flower can be used.
Class 14. Insects on flowers. Any type of insect on or around flower of any kind.
Class 15. Realistic Flower Art. A plant/flower with altered but recognizable object or components. (See more information on Section E Flower Art write up.)
FLORAL PHOTOGRAPHY SCALE OF POINTS
SPECIFIC SECTION 40
Co-chairs: Kelly Kindorf and Lori P Smith
SECTION A – VILLAGE HOME FRONTS
AWARDS: ●Best in Village ●1st Runner-up ●2nd Runner-up ●Top Ten
SECTION B – CAYS HOME FRONTS
AWARDS: ●Best in Cays ●Cays 1st Runner-up ●Cays 2nd Runner-up
SECTION C – CORONADO SHORES
AWARD: ●Best Coronado Shores
SECTION D – COMMERCIAL FRONTS
Cyndy Hurley and Jenny Wasserman
AWARD: ●Best Commercial Front
SECTION E – CHURCH GROUNDS
Coronado Women’s Club
AWARD: ●Best Church Grounds
SECTION F – SCHOOL GARDENS
AWARD: ●Best School Garden
SECTION G – MUNICIPAL GROUNDS & PARKS
Crown Garden Club
AWARDS: ●Best Municipal Grounds, ●Best Park
SECTION H – HOTEL & MOTEL FRONTS
Coronado Junior Women’s Club
AWARD: ●Best Hotel/Motel Front
SECTION I – MEDIAN GARDENS
Bridge and Bay Garden Club
AWARD: ●Best Median Garden
SECTION J – EARTH FRIENDLY
AWARDS: ●Best Earth Friendly, ●1st Runner-up, ●2nd Runner-up23