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ARS 2010 National Rose Show Results

Posted by rgschwerdt z5aillinois (My Page) on
Thu, May 6, 10 at 14:12

Phil,unable to longer post on RC, here are results of the show posted several days on ARS website.

ARS National Spring Rose Show
Shreveport, LA
May 1, 2010
HORTICULTURE - SECTION A - ARS NATIONAL CHALLENGE CLASSES
The exhibit should not exceed 36 inches maximum in any horizontal direction unless otherwise stated.
NICHOLSON PERPETUAL CHALLENGE BOWL
CLASS 1 - An entry of nine (9) different hybrid tea blooms, each of a different variety, correctly named
and displayed in separate containers. Open only to current members of the American Rose Society.
Winner: [rose(s)] Peaches and Cream, Suffolk, Veteran's Honor, Here's Sam, Signature, Deidre
Hall, Pop Warner, Blake Hedrick, Fantasy
Exhibited by: Don & Paula Adlong
C. EUGENE PFISTER MEMORIAL TROPHY
CLASS 2 - An entry of one (1) grandiflora specimen, disbudded or naturally grown, correctly named and
displayed in an appropriate container. Only open to current members of the American Rose Society.
[Width allowed 18 inches.]
Winner: [rose(s)] Gold Medal
Exhibited by: Barbara Jetton
NEW ZEALAND KIWI AWARD
CLASS 3 - An entry of six (6) roses, each of a different cultivar consisting of two (2) heavily-petaled
exhibition type roses, two (2) low-petaled hybrid tea roses in the stage of opening just past the tight bud
stage, with only a few petals unfurling, and two (2) floribunda sprays. All correctly named and displayed
in separate containers.
Winner: [rose(s)] Boardwalk, Royal Highness, Playboy, Playgirl, O'Rilla, Desperado
Exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
JOSEPH J. KERN TROPHY
CLASS 4 – Collection of five (5) old garden roses, including species, each of a different variety, each in
separate vases and properly labeled as to variety.
Winner: [rose(s)] Mme. Hardy, Louise Odier, Yolande d' Aragon, Rose de Rescht, Marchese
Bochella
Exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
DOROTHY C. STEMLER MEMORIAL AWARD
CLASS 5 – An entry of the best Old Rose Bouquet of eight (8) or more blooms or sprays of old garden
roses , including species, whose type or classification was established prior to 1867. All roses are to be
identified. The bouquet is to be judged by the following scale of points:
Cultural Perfection……………………………..30
Number of Varieties……………………………20
Condition……….………………………………20
Effect…………….……………………………..20
Fragrance………….……………………………10
TOTAL………………….100
Width allowed 30 inches.]
Winner: [rose(s)] Baronne Prevost, Mme. Hardy, Yolande d'Aragon, Souv. De la Malmaison,
Louise Odier, Sidonie, Marchesa Boccella
Exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
WILLIAM H. MAVITY TROPHY
CLASS 6 - An entry of five (5) sprays of floribundas, each of a different variety, correctly named and
exhibited in separate containers. Open only to current members of the American Rose Society.
Winner: [rose(s)] Disneyland Rose, Sixteen Candles, Easter Basket, Chihuly, Honey Perfume
Exhibited by: Dick & Sue Streeper
HERB SWIM MEMORIAL TROPHY
CLASS 7 - An entry of five (5) hybrid teas, one-bloom-per-stem, different varieties, each exhibited in
separate containers. Width allowed 30 inches.]
Winner: [rose(s)] Elizabeth Taylor, Crystalline, Cajun Moon, Affirm, Dublin
Exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
ANN REILLY MEMORIAL TROPHY
CLASS 8 - An entry of five (5) one-bloom-per-stem exhibition type floribundas, not more than two of
any one variety, exhibited in separate containers. Open only to current members of the American Rose
Society. Width allowed 30 inches.]
Winner: [rose(s)] Sheila's Perfume (2), Pete Museser (2), Pasadena Star
Exhibited by: Sandy & Bob Lundberg
DR. GRIFFITH J. BUCK TROPHY
CLASS 9 - An entry of three (3) different shrub varieties, one bloom or spray (2 or more blooms),
exhibited in separate containers. Open to all current ARS members. Width allowed 30 inches.]
Winner: [rose(s)] Molineux, Graham Thomas, Golden Celebration
Exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
PRESIDENT’S TROPHY
CLASS 10 – Three (3) stems of any classification, one bloom or spray. One or more varieties, displayed
in separate containers. Open to members who grow no more than 50 rose plants. Width allowed 30
inches.]
Winner: [rose(s)] Marchesa Boccella, Neptune
Exhibited by: Barbara Jetton
JAN SHIVERS NATIONAL MINIATURE TROPHY
CLASS 11 – Open to current members of the American Rose Society. An entry of seven (7) one-bloomper-
stem miniature varieties of "Award of Excellence" winners, each being a different variety, exhibited
in separate containers. Where there are less than three (3) entries, the class shall not be judged, unless in
the opinion of the judges, the exhibit is outstanding and merit’s the honor. Width allowed 24 inches.]
Winner: [rose(s)] Sweet Caroline, Joy, Doris Morgan, Baby Boomer, Kristin, Michel Cholet,
Winsome
Exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
DEE BENNETT MEMORIAL TROPHY
CLASS 12 - An entry of twelve (12) miniature roses, exhibition stage, disbudded. One variety or any
combination of varieties, displayed in a container provided by the exhibitor. The exhibitor may use floral
foam for support. Open to all ARS members, showing current membership. Width allowed 18 inches.]
Winner: [rose(s)] Kristin
Exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
J. BENJAMIN WILLIAMS MINIFLORA ROSE CHALLENGE TROPHY
CLASS 13 - An entry of ten (10) miniflora roses, either one each of ten (10) different varieties or two (2)
each of five (5) different varieties, one-bloom-per-stem, each exhibited in separate containers, all blooms
at exhibition stage and each bloom having a separate entry tag. To be awarded at Spring and Fall National
conventions for ten years beginning Fall 2000. Keeper Trophies to be provided to the winner; no shipping
required. Note: This is the last opportunity to win this award at the Spring National.
Winner: [rose(s)] Louisville Lady, Charismatic, Shameless, Solar Flair, Power Point, Butter
Cream, Foolish Pleasure, Unbridled, Abby's Angel, Showstopper
Exhibited by: Sandy & Bob Lundberg
GARDEN WEB ROSE FORUM BEST IN SHOW TROPHY
The Garden Web Rose Forum Best in Show Trophy will be awarded to the specimen selected as the best
horticultural entry on the trophy table. Selected from the entries for one stem of any classification only.
To be judged by a panel of five (5) judges selected by the ARS Chairman of the Horticulture Judging
Committee. The award will be presented at the Awards Dinner ceremony.
Winner: [rose(s)] Melodie Parfumée
Exhibited by: Earl & Deanna Krause
HORTICULTURE - SECTION B - GULF DISTRICT CHALLENGE CLASSES
Open only to American Rose Society members residing in the Gulf District, or who are members of Gulf
District societies. One entry per class per exhibitor.
J. HORACE MCFARLAND DISTRICT TROPHY
CLASS 14 - An entry of five (5) hybrid tea or grandiflora specimens, each a different variety, one bloom
per stem at exhibition stage, displayed in separate containers.
Winner: [rose(s)] Marilyn Wellan, Boardwalk, Let Freedom Ring, Hot Princess, Pamela Ann
Exhibited by: Clyde & Marie Bartlett
DR. HAROLD B. HAYDEN TROPHY
CLASS 15 - An entry of three (3) different floribunda sprays, displayed in separate containers.
Winner: [rose(s)] Moondance, Bill Warriner, Ebb Tide
Exhibited by: Gregory & Karen Constant
RALPH S. MOORE DISTRICT TROPHY
CLASS 16 - An entry of seven (7) miniature blooms, one bloom per stem at exhibition stage, each a
different variety, displayed in separate containers.
Winner: [rose(s)] no entries
Exhibited by:
DR. GRIFFITH BUCK TROPHY
CLASS 17 - An entry of three (3) different shrub varieties, (one bloom or spray), displayed in separate
containers.
Winner: [rose(s)] no award
Exhibited by:
CLAUDIUS MAYO MEMORIAL AWARD
CLASS 18 - An entry of three (3) old garden rose specimens, each a different variety, property named in
separate containers with separate tags.
Winner: [rose(s)] no award
Exhibited by:
CARSON SCOGGINS MEMORIAL TROPHY
CLASS 19 - An entry of three (3) hybrid tea blooms, exhibition form, each a different color as assigned in
ARS publications; one light, medium or deep pink or pink blend; one white, near white or white blend;
and one medium or dark red or red blend; in separate containers with separate entry tags.
Winner: [rose(s)] Denali, Hot Princess, Marilyn Wellan
Exhibited by: Steven & Diane Rountree
HOWARD BERRY MEMORIAL AWARD
CLASS 20 - An entry of five (5) hybrid tea or grandiflora blooms of one variety, exhibition form, in one
container; one entry tag.
Winner: [rose(s)] Blake Hedrick
Exhibited by: Frank & Flo Hover
MARJORIE M. CONN MEMORIAL TROPHY
CLASS 21 - An entry of six (6) miniature roses, exhibition form, each a different variety, in one
container; one entry.
Winner: [rose(s)] no award
Exhibited by:
PETER A. HARING TROPHY - GULF DISTRICT PHOTO CONTEST
CLASS 22 - One photograph 8"x10". Easels provided by the show committee. To be judged equally on
horticultural and photographic excellence. Winners will be chosen in each category; overall winner will
be chosen to receive the Award.
Photograph of a rose garden or rose society activity.
Overall Winner:
Winner: [rose(s)] Roses in Snow
Exhibited by: Frank & Flo Hover
HORTICULTURE - SECTION C - OPEN CHALLENGE CLASSES
Open to all registrants of this convention. Limited to one entry per exhibitor per class.
CHALLENGE CLASSES USING LARGE ROSES
MATCHED PAIR
CLASS 23 - An entry of two large roses of any type, matched for color, form, size, stem length, and
degree of opening; they must be the same variety, one-bloom-per-stem, at exhibition stage displayed in
separate containers with separate entry tags.
Winner: [rose(s)] Marilyn Wellan
Exhibited by: Eddie Edwards
CYCLE OF BLOOM
CLASS 24 - An entry of three (3) large specimens of the same variety, entry to consist of one bud with
sepals down and petals beginning to unfurl; one bloom at exhibition stage; and one open bloom with
stamens showing; to be displayed in separate containers, staged at the discretion of the exhibitor, one
entry tag.
Winner: [rose(s)] Gemini
Exhibited by: Tim & Lara Calamari
ENGLISH BOX
CLASS 25 - Six (6) large blooms at exhibition stage in any combination of varieties, no foliage allowed.
Boxes provided by the show committee as supplies last; or use your own. One entry tag. ARS Certificate
for Best English Box.
Winner: [rose(s)] Hot Princess
Exhibited by: Sam & Mary Renfroe
OPEN ROSE BLOOM IN A BOWL
CLASS 26 - One bloom of a large rose at fully open stage, stamens showing, floating in clear water in a
bowl provided by the show committee; foliage optional. ARS Certificate for Best Rose Bowl - Large
Bloom.
Winner: [rose(s)] Jema
Exhibited by: Tim & Lara Calamari
PICTURE THIS - EXHIBITION BLOOM IN A FRAME
CLASS 27 - One bloom of a hybrid tea at exhibition stage, exhibited in a picture frame provided by the
show committee or use your own; foliage optional.
Winner: [rose(s)] Hot Princess
Exhibited by: Gregory & Karen Constant
SHRUB BOUQUET
CLASS 28 - Five or more classic and/or modern shrub specimens, any number of varieties, displayed in
one container provided by the exhibitor. One entry tag.
Winner: [rose(s)] Graham Thomas, William Shakespeare 2000, Darcy Bussel, Grace
Exhibited by: Dick & Sue Streeper
FLORIBUNDA PALETTE
CLASS 29 - Five (5) floribunda blooms, different varieties, displayed in an artist’s palette provided by
the show committee. No stem or foliage. One entry tag.
Winner: [rose(s)] Moondance, French Lace, Bill Warriner, Gene Boerner, Disneyland Rose
Exhibited by: Greg & Karen Constant
HI - LO
CLASS 30 - Two specimens at exhibition stage, matched for color, form, and degree of opening. May be
a combination of a large rose and miniature rose, large rose and miniflora, or miniflora and miniature
rose. Separate containers provided by the show committee. Separate entry tags. ARS Certificate for Best
Hi-Lo.
Winner: [rose(s)] Gemini, Arcanum
Exhibited by: Sam & Mary Renfroe
BATON ROUGE BOWL
CLASS 31 - Many blooms, without foliage, floating in a low approximately 10" clear glass bowl
furnished by the show committee. Any varieties eligible, such as large roses, minifloras and miniatures or
combinations thereof. One challenge class entry tag.
Winner: [rose(s)] Julia Child, Night Owl
Exhibited by: Abby & Philip Leonard
FRAGRANCE CLASS
CLASS 32 - Any specimen of large, miniature or miniflora rose to be judged on 70% fragrance and 30%
horticultural excellence. ARS Certificate for Most Fragrant.
Winner: [rose(s)] Dolly Parton
Exhibited by: Wade Brown
EDDIE EDWARDS CHALLENGE
CLASS 33 - Three different specimens of roses in exhibition stage hybridized by Eddie Edwards.
Separate containers with separate entry tags. A list of eligible varieties is included as an Addendum at the
end of this schedule].
Winner: [rose(s)] Susan Barry, Artic Circle, Blake Hedrick
Exhibited by: Sam & Mary Renfroe
CHALLENGE CLASSES USING MINATURE AND MINIFLORA
CYCLE OF BLOOM
CLASS 34 - An entry of three (3) miniature or miniflora specimens of the same variety, entry to consist
of one bud with sepals down and petal beginning to unfurl; one bloom at exhibition stage; and one open
bloom with stamens showing; to be displayed in separate containers, staged at the discretion of the
exhibitor, one entry tag.
Winner: [rose(s)] Bees Knees
Exhibited by: Abby & Philip Leonard
ENGLISH BOX
CLASS 35 - Six (6) miniature and/or miniflora blooms at exhibition stage in any combination of varieties,
no foliage allowed. Minis and miniflora may be combined. Boxes provided by the show committee as
supplies last; or use your own. One entry tag. ARS Certificate for Best English Box – Miniature Bloom.
Winner: [rose(s)] Memphis King
Exhibited by: Clare Madere
EXHIBITION ROSE IN A BOWL
CLASS 36 - One bloom of a miniflora at exhibition stage, floating in clear water in a bowl provided by
the show committee; foliage optional. ARS Certificate for Best Miniflora Rose Bowl.
Winner: [rose(s)] First Choice
Exhibited by: Kris & Kevin Dolbeare
EXHIBITION ROSE IN A BOWL
CLASS 37 - One bloom of a miniature at exhibition stage, floating in clear water in a bowl provided by
the show committee; foliage optional. ARS Certificate for Best Rose Bowl – Miniature Bloom
Winner: [rose(s)] Nancy Jean
Exhibited by: Dennis & Renee' Niklas
OPEN ROSE IN A BOWL
CLASS 38 - One bloom of a miniature or miniflora at open bloom stage, floating in clear water in a bowl
provided by the show committee; foliage optional.
Winner: [rose(s)] Abby's Angel
Exhibited by: Clare Madere
PALETTE
CLASS 39 - Five (5) miniature or miniflora blooms or combination, of different varieties, displayed in an
artist’s palette provided by the show committee. No stem or foliage. One entry tag.
Winner: [rose(s)] First Choice, Abby's Angel, Unbridled, Leading Lady, Whirlaway
Exhibited by: Kris & Kevin Dolbeare
ROSE BASKET
CLASS 40 - Eighteen or more miniature or miniflora blooms in any combination, displayed in a basket
with floral foam, both furnished by the exhibitor. One entry tag.
Winner: [rose(s)] Show Stopper
Exhibited by: Sandy & Bob Lundberg
HORTICULTURE - SECTION D - HORTICULTURE SPECIMENS
Open to all who are registered at the convention. To be judged alphabetically, each cultivar as a separate
sub-class.
HYBRID TEAS & GRANDIFLORAS
HYBRID TEAS OR GRANDIFLORA BLOOM
CLASS 41 - Hybrid tea or Grandiflora bloom. One bloom per stem at exhibition stage, no side buds.
QUEEN OF SHOW - ARS Gold Medal Certificate.
Winner: [rose(s)] Key Largo
Exhibited by: Gerald Jones
KING OF SHOW - ARS Silver Medal Certificate.
Winner: [rose(s)] Hot Princess
Exhibited by: Ralph & Gayle Cooper
PRINCESS OF SHOW - ARS Bronze Medal Certificate.
Winner: [rose(s)] Marilyn Wellan
Exhibited by: Eddie Edwards
COURT OF HONOR made up of the next seven (7) best blooms.
(in no particular order) Artic Circle exhibited by: Eddie Edwards
Marlon's Day exhibited by: Gerald Jones
Bride's Dream exhibited by: Don & Paula Adlong
Louise Estes exhibited by: Gerald Jones
Pop Warner exhibited by: Gerald Jones
Perfectly Red exhibited by: Frank & Flo Hover
White Success exhibited by: Don & Paula Adlong
FULLY OPEN HYBRID TEA OR GRANDIFLORA BLOOM
CLASS 42 - Fully open hybrid tea or grandiflora bloom. One bloom per stem; stamens must show. ARS
Certificate for Best Hybrid Tea Open Bloom.
Winner: [rose(s)] Moonstone
Exhibited by: Floyd & Tina Hebert
HYBRID TEA OR GRANDIFLORA SPRAY
CLASS 43 - Hybrid tea or grandiflora spray. One stem with two or more blooms. ARS Certificate for
Best Hybrid Tea Spray and/or Best Grandiflora Spray.
Winner: [rose(s)] Melody Parfumee'
Exhibited by: Earl & Deanna Krause
FLORIBUNDAS & POLYANTHAS
FLORIBUNDA BLOOM
CLASS 44 - Floribunda bloom. One bloom per stem at exhibition stage, without side buds. ARS
Certificate for Best Floribunda One-Bloom.
Winner: [rose(s)] Playgirl
Exhibited by: Joanna Deck
FLORIBUNDA SPRAY
CLASS 45 - Floribunda spray. One stem with two or more blooms.
QUEEN OF SHOW - ARS Gold Medal Certificate.
Winner: [rose(s)] Miss Ada
Exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
KING OF SHOW - ARS Silver Medal Certificate.
Winner: [rose(s)] Moondance
Exhibited by: Gregory & Karen Constant
PRINCESS OF SHOW - ARS Bronze Medal Certificate.
Winner: [rose(s)] Dicky
Exhibited by: Gregory & Karen Constant
COURT OF HONOR made up of the next five (5) best blooms.
(in no particular order) Charlotte Anne exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
Playfair exhibited by: Abbyb &b Philip Leonard
Cinco de Mayo exhibited by: Earl & Deanna Krause
Johnny Becnel exhibited by: John Premeaux
POLYANTHA SPRAY
CLASS 46 - Polyantha spray. One stem with two or more blooms. ARS Certificate for Best Polyantha
Spray.
Winner: [rose(s)] Excellence von Shubert
Exhibited by: Marilyn Wellan
OLD GARDEN ROSE HORTICULTURE SPECIMEN CLASSES - OPEN
GENESIS AWARD
CLASS 47 - One bloom per stem or spray of a rose classed as a Species (Sp) rose. ARS Certificate for
Genesis Award.
Winner: [rose(s)] R. multiflora carnea
Exhibited by: Marilyn Wellan
DOWAGER QUEEN
CLASS 48 - One bloom per stem or spray of an Old Garden Rose introduced prior to 1867, including
those of unknown dates but known to have been in existence prior to 1867. ARS Certificate for Dowager
Queen.
Winner: [rose(s)] Mme. Hardy
Exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
VICTORIAN AWARD
CLASS 49 – One bloom per stem or spray of an Old Garden Rose introduced in 1867 or after, including
roses of unknown dates. ARS Certificate for Victorian Award.
Winner: [rose(s)] Rose de Rescht
Exhibited by: Satish & Vijaya Prabhu
CLIMBERS & SHRUBS
CLIMBERS
CLASS 50 - One bloom per stem or spray of a rose classed as a Large Flowered Climber (LCl) or Hybrid
Wichurana (HWich) or Hybrid Gigantean (HG). ARS Certificate for Best Climber.
Winner: [rose(s)] Night Owl
Exhibited by: Abby & Philip Leonard
CLASSIC SHRUB
CLASS 51 – One specimen of any shrub variety, classed as a Hybrid Rugosas (HRg) , Hybrid Musks
(HMsk), Hybrid Kordesii (HKor) or Hybrid Moyesii (HMoy). ARS Certificate for Best Classic Shrub.
Winner: [rose(s)] Prosperity
Exhibited by: Sam & Mary Renfroe
MODERN SHRUB
CLASS 52 – One specimen of shrubs classed as Shrub (S), including David Austin roses. Roses eligible
for Classic Shrubs are not eligible for this class.
Winchester Cathedral by Gregory & Karen Constant
IT’S A KNOCKOUT!!
CLASS 53 - One specimen of any Knockout variety including red single, red double, pink, blushing,
yellow, etc.
Knockout by Sarah A. Morgan
ARS Certificate for Best Modern Shrub entry between classes 52 and 53.
Winner: [rose(s)] Winchester Cathedral
Exhibited by: Gregory & Karen Constant
MINIATURES
MINIATURE BLOOM
CLASS 54 - Miniature bloom. One bloom per stem. No side buds.
MINIATURE QUEEN OF SHOW - ARS Gold Medal Certificate.
Winner: [rose(s)] Fairhope
Exhibited by: Sam & Mary Renfroe
MINIATURE KING OF SHOW - ARS Silver Medal Certificate.
Winner: [rose(s)] Memphis Belle
Exhibited by: Wade Brown
MINIATURE PRINCESS OF SHOW - ARS Bronze Medal Certificate.
Winner: [rose(s)] Joy
Exhibited by: Sandy &b Bob Lundberg
MINIATURE COURT OF HONOR made up of the next best seven (7) blooms.
(in no particular order) Chatooga exhibited by: Sandy & BobLundberg
HildeBrown exhibited by: Wade Brown
Bees Knees exhibited by: Wade Brown
Anna Marie exhibited by: Joanna Deck
Nancy Jean exhibited by: Joanna Deckxx
FULLY OPEN MINIATURE OR BLOOM
CLASS 55 - Fully open miniature or bloom. One bloom per stem; stamens must show. (Does not include
blooms with 12 petals or less.) ARS Certificate for Best Miniature Open Bloom.
Winner: [rose(s)] Very Cherry
Exhibited by: Clare Madere
SINGLE MINIATURE BLOOM
CLASS 56 - Single miniature bloom. One bloom per stem, no side buds, with 4-8 petals and/or classed as
a single by the American Rose Society. ARS Certificate for Best Single Miniature.
Winner: [rose(s)] Dennis & Renee' Niklas
Exhibited by: Simple Splendor
MINIATURE SPRAY
CLASS 57 - Miniature spray. One stem with two or more blooms. ARS Certificate for Best Miniature
Spray.
Winner: [rose(s)] Irresistible
Exhibited by: Earl & Deanna Krause
MINIFLORAS
MINIFLORA BLOOM
CLASS 58 - Miniflora bloom. One bloom exhibition stage per stem. No side buds.
MINIFLORA QUEEN OF SHOW - ARS Gold Medal Certificate.
Winner: [rose(s)] Abby's Angel
Exhibited by: Abby & Philip Leonard
MINIFLORA KING OF SHOW - ARS Silver Medal Certificate
Winner: [rose(s)] Foolish Pleasure
Exhibited by: Sandy & Bob Lundberg
MINIFLORA PRINCESS OF SHOW - ARS Bronze Medal Certificate
Winner: [rose(s)] First Choice
Exhibited by: Wade Brown
MINIFLORA COURT OF HONOR made up of the next best seven (7) blooms.
(in no particular order) Conundrum exhibited by: Joanna Deck
Dr. Troy Garrett exhibited by: Wade Brown
Kismet exhibited by: Prabhu
Class of 73 exhibited by: John Premaeaux
Louisville Lady exhibited by: Abby & Philip Leonard
Showstopper exhibited by: Joanna Deck
Ruffian exhibited by: Joanna Deck
FULLY OPEN MINIFLORA BLOOM
CLASS 59 - Fully open miniflora bloom. One bloom per stem; stamens must show. (Does not include
blooms with 12 petals or less.)
Winner: [rose(s)] Abby's Angel
Exhibited by: Clare Madere
SINGLE MINIFLORA BLOOM
CLASS 60 - Single miniflora bloom. One bloom per stem, no side buds, with 4-8 petals and/or classed as
a single by the American Rose Society. ARS Certificate for Best Miniflora Single.
Winner: [rose(s)] no entries
Exhibited by:
MINIFLORA SPRAY
CLASS 61 - Miniflora spray. One stem with two or more blooms. ARS Certificate for Best Miniflora
Spray.
Winner: [rose(s)] Butter Cream
Exhibited by: Abby & Philip Leonard
HORTICULTURE - SECTION E - NEW SEEDLINGS & SPORTS
LARGE ROSE SEEDLINGS OR SPORTS
CLASS 62 - One stem of an unregistered seedling or sport of a large rose, hybridized or found by the
exhibitor. Class and parentage to be given, if known.
MINIATURE OR MINIFLORA SEEDLINGS OR SPORTS
CLASS 63 - One stem of an unregistered seedling or sport of a miniature or miniflora rose, hybridized or
found by the exhibitor. Class and parentage to be given, if known.
ARS Certificate for Best Seedling entry between classes 62 and 63
Winner: [rose(s)] [Neon Cowboy x Kolner Karnival]
Exhibited by: Linda K. Schuppener
HORTICULTURE - SECTION F - JUNIOR & NOVICE
Entries will be placed alphabetically in this section. Exhibitor must be registered at this convention.
JUNIOR EXHIBITORS (age 17 years or younger)
CLASS 64 - Any variety, any class; one bloom per stem, or a stem with two or more blooms.
The two classes below are restricted to novice exhibitors who have never won a trophy in an ARS
sanctioned show. Exhibitors may enter more than one variety in each class, but no more than one of each
variety.
NOVICE - LARGE BLOOM
CLASS 65 - Any variety, one bloom per stem, with no side buds.
NOVICE - MINIATURE OR MINIFLORA BLOOM
CLASS 66 - Any variety, one bloom per stem, with no side buds. Sarah Ann Morgan by Sarah A.
Morgan
ARS Certificate for Best Novice entry between classes 65 and 66
Winner: [rose(s)] Sarah Ann Morgan
Exhibited by: Sarah A. Morgan
HORTICULTURE _- SECTION G - JUDGES
Restricted to Arrangement & Horticulture Judges judging in this show.
More than one person can enter the judges class from the same garden; One entry per class per judge
THREE HYBRID TEA OR GRANDIFLORA BLOOMS
CLASS 67 - Three hybrid tea or grandiflora blooms, one bloom per stem, exhibited in separate
containers, separate entry tags. Hot Princess, Rina Hugo, Brook's Red by Tommy Hebert
THREE MINIATURE OR MINIFLORA BLOOMS
CLASS 68 - Three miniature and/or miniflora blooms, one bloom per stem, exhibited in separate
containers, separate entry tags. Peter Cottontail, Charismatic, Nancy Jean by Cindy Dale
ONE SPECIMEN - OLD GARDEN ROSE OR SHRUB
CLASS 69 – One specimen of Old Garden Rose or shrub. La Reine by Brenda Johnson
ARS Certificate for Best Judge’s entry between classes 67, 68 and 69
Winner: [rose(s)] Peter Cottontail, Charismatic, Nancy Jean
Exhibited by: Cindy Dale


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