BUTTE ROSE SOCIETY

Chico, CA

2017 ROSE FESTIVAL GUIDEBOOK


2017 GUIDEBOOK COVER:

 

INSIDE COVER

 

 BACK COVER

 

PLEASE NOTE: For ease of reading, all pages are aligned in the center, except the pages that have numbered items.  They are aligned to the left margin. kb

 

GUIDEBOOK STARTS WITH PAGE 3.

 

Table of Contents


2017 Festival of Roses Committee Coordinators - Page 4

American Rose Society Judges - Page 5

Festival Time Schedule - Page 6

Community Outreach- “Sharing the Rose” - Page 6  

Rose Display & Grooming Information - Page 7

Rose Festival General Rules & Information - Pages 7-9

Placement Rules & Disqualifications - Page 9

Point Scores for Judging Horticulture Specimens - Page 10

Division I - Horticulture Division - Pages 11-20

Division II - Artistic Division-Rose Arrangements - Pages 21-26

Division III - Photography - Pages 27-31

Division IV - Educational Display Contest - Page 31-32

Division V - Fragrant Rose Contest - Page 33

Past Rose Festival Winners - Pages 33-34

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2017 Committee Coordinators

Festival Coordinator* – Gwen Quail
Financial Advisor – Pat Reynolds
Festival Divisions Coordinators* – Nancy Leverette and Alicia Stewart
Arrangements – Angela Handy
Educational Display – Nancy Leverette
Fragrant Rose – Sandy Anderson
Guidebook Publisher – Kathy Brooks
Horticulture Entries & Placement
– Joanne Lester
Photography – Jack & Mary McCormick
Hospitality Coordinator*
– Margaret Swick
Community Outreach Coordinator* – Sandy Anderson
Lobby Area Management – Sandy Anderson
Membership & BRS Information – Neva Youngs
Consulting Rosarians – Cynthia Wright and Chris Fulton
Greeters & Visitor Count – Dona Bertain
Festival Program – Gwen Quail, Alicia Stewart, and Kathy Brooks
Publicity (Media) – Laura Urseny
Publicity (Print)
–  Jan Burnham
Yard Signs – Laura Urseny and Gwen Quail
“Sharing the Rose” – Laura Urseny and Kathi Theile
Junior Involvement – Julie Matlin and Sarah Williams
Festival Judging Coordinator* – Bill Reynolds
Awards – Jan Burnham
Clerks – Denyse Gonzales
Credentials – Bill Reynolds
Judges – Bill Reynolds, Jan Burnham, and Neva Youngs
Royal Courts & Best of Show – Cathy Fowler
Tally – Pat Reynolds
Festival Venue Coordinator* – Mike Bertain
Exhibitor Prep Area & Registration
– Cindy Ball
Festival Setup & Floor Layout – Mike Bertain
Venue Signage
– Mike Bertain

*Festival Steering Committee Members
    
FOR MORE INFORMATION
CALL FESTIVAL COORDINATOR – GWEN QUAIL (530) 343-3795
Or EMAIL: egquail@earthlink.net

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 AMERICAN ROSE SOCIETY JUDGES

An ARS Certified Judge must:
• Maintain membership in ARS and be active in a local society
• Personally grow roses including new introductions
• Increase his/her knowledge of varieties and types
• Be an active exhibitor in rose shows
• Be willing to travel great distances sometimes to judge rose shows
• Complete an accredited judging school and attend seminars regularly
• Keep current on changes in judging guidelines
• Provide judging educational experiences

Photography Judges

**Jan Hedman – Grass Valley
Betty Mott – Mill Valley

Arrangement Judges
Barbara Gordon – Mountain View
Ellie Longanecker – Carmichael

Judges’ Entries
Duane Carlson – Granite Bay
Melody Carlson – Granite Bay

Horticulture Entries

Jolene Adams - Hayward
Michael Braun - Fresno
Dave Coop - Roseville
Hilary Elkin - Orinda
Lou Evans - Livermore
Joan Goff - San Rafael
Beverly Rose Hopper - Jackson
Eileen Jackson - Vallejo
Martine LaBelle - Richmond
Charlotte Owendyk -Roseville
Barbara Lane Pert - Sacramento
Rosemary Sawyer - Columbia

**Photography Judge, but not an ARS Judge

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FESTIVAL TIME SCHEDULE

Friday, October 27th
Festival Setup – 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Exhibitor Set-up - 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 am

Saturday, October 28th
Open for Exhibitor Prep & Entries - 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Festival Breakfast - 9:30 a.m.
ALL ENTRIES CLOSE - 10:00 a.m.
Clerks Meeting - 10:00 a.m.
Judges Meeting - 10:00 a.m.
Judging Begins - 10:30 a.m.
Festival Opens to the Public - 1:00 p.m.
Festival Luncheon - 1:00 p.m.
Judges’ Awards & Appreciation - 1:45 p.m.
Fragrant Rose & Educational Display Contests Voting Ends - 2:30 p.m.
Festival Closes to the Public at 4:30 p.m.
Festival Closes - 5:00 p.m.
Release of Entries - 5:00 p.m. (or when announced)
"Sharing the Rose" Committee Gathers Leftover Blooms - 5:15 to 5:30 p.m.
Rose Festival Cleanup - 5:30 p.m.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH - "SHARING THE ROSE"

  After the Rose Festival is over, the "Sharing the Rose” committee will gather leftover roses are made into casual rose bouquets that are distributed to shut-ins, retirement homes, and convalescent hospitals in Butte, Glenn, and Tehama counties.

Exhibitors who want to keep their own entries will have a limited time to gather up their roses from 5 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.

If you are interested in helping with the process of putting together bouquets and/or distributing bouquets, please contact Kathi Theile or Laura Urseny.


IMPORTANT NOTE:
Only exhibitors or those serving on a Festival Committee will be included for breakfast and lunch.


AWARDS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AT THE ROSE FESTIVAL.

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 ROSE DISPLAY & GROOMING INFORMATION

 

1.  Read and follow the Festival Guidebook carefully.

2.  COMPLETE BOTH TOP AND BOTTOM SECTIONS of the entry tag clearly and correctly. Missing information can result in disqualification.

3.  A winning “Show Rose” should be one-half to three-quarters open at judging time.

4.  Stem length should be proportional to the size of the bloom.

5.  Clean blossom and foliage to remove any debris, insects, fungi, and/or spray residue.

6.  A spray must have at least two blooms and, ideally, should have more.




ROSE FESTIVAL GENERAL RULES & INFORMATION

1.  This show is organized, staged, and judged in accordance with the rules of the American Rose Society (ARS), as set forth in the "Guidelines & Rules for Judging Roses." This is an alphabetical rose show & royal court classes will be judged in alphabetical order by the varietal name.  Each variety shall constitute a subclass.

2.  To be eligible for entry, rose varieties must be recognized and listed in the most recent edition of Modern Roses 12 (book & database); the Official List of Approved Exhibition Names for Exhibitors & Judges; the most current issue of the ARS Handbook for Selecting Roses; or recent registration on the ARS website. In cases where a variety is not listed in any of the above official ARS publications, the Combined Rose List (CRL) may be used as a reference.  The authorized exhibition name will be printed in Bold Type.  Use this name only. Exceptions to the requirement that a rose be exhibited under a name that has been recognized by the American Rose Society is Class 59. (Mystery roses)

3.  Members of the Butte Rose Society, as well as any other interested party, may submit entries as long as the specimens are grown outdoors in their own garden unless otherwise noted.

4.  One person, or team, from the same garden may enter as many blooms in a class as desired, provided that each entry is a different variety.  This means that only one specimen of the same variety can be entered from the same garden in the same class.

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5.   A Novice exhibitor is anyone who has not won a Best in Class award in an official ARS rose show Amateur Class.

6.  Entry tags and most containers will be provided by the Society unless otherwise noted in the Festival Guidebook.

7.  No entry may be removed before the 5:00 p.m. release time on the day of the show.  Failure to leave entries in place until 5:00 p.m. will result in forfeiture of all awards.

8.  Only FIRST PLACE WINNERS are eligible for certificates.  Rosettes and ARS Certificates will be awarded when merited.  In both the Horticulture and the Challenge classes, multiple 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons may be awarded, provided they are awarded to different varieties.

9.   Climbing Hybrid Teas, Climbing Grandifloras, Climbing Floribundas, Climbing Miniatures, & Climbing Minifloras are shown in the same class with their bush form.

10.  No one shall be permitted in the judging area during judging except those authorized by the Judges Coordinator and/or approved by the Festival Coordinator.

11.  Neither the Butte Rose Society nor Chico Area Recreation & Park District is responsible for private containers, loss or damage to exhibits, or personal property of the exhibitor.

12.  Wedging is allowed provided the wedging material does not protrude above the edge of the container.

13.  The decision of the judges is final.

14. Complete one registration form per garden.

15.  Entries must be placed in the show room and registration form must be completed by 10:00 a.m. the day of the show.

16. Exhibitors may bring festival entries, props, educational displays, etc. on Friday morning from 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

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17.  Exhibitors are encouraged to bring their own folding table, card table, chair, etc. to use as a work space in preparing their entries on Saturday morning.  Some tables for exhibitor prep will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

18.  ENTRY PLACEMENT RULES.  All horticulture entries will be placed on tables provided at the entry to the festival hall.  A Placement Committee member will relocate the entries to their proper place.  Exception to this rule: All arrangement entries, challenge class entries, Fragrant Rose Contest entries and Educational Display Contest entries will be placed by the exhibitor on the designated tables.  Festival Judges will place their own horticulture and arrangement entries on designated tables.

19.  PLEASE NOTE:  Due to schedule changes, the gaps in class numbering sequence are intentional.


DISQUALIFICATIONS

 
In accordance with American Rose Society rules, the following may result in disqualification:

1.  Misnamed, misclassed, misplaced (if placed by the exhibitor), unlabeled or mislabeled specimens.

2.  Stem-on-stem.  A specimen exhibited with a portion of the previous stem growth attached.  Exception: Species, Old Garden Roses, & Shrubs may be shown stem-on-stem.

3.  Presence of foreign substance applied to the foliage, stem or bloom to improve the appearance of the specimen.

4.  Not disbudded.  Any class calling for one-bloom-per-stem specimens must be exhibited without side buds.  A side bud is defined as growth emanating from a leaf axil, having sufficient maturity to display the formation of a stem, with or without flower buds.  The presence of one or two leaflets or leaves at the leaf axil with no evidence of a stem is cause for penalization but not disqualification.

5.  An entry in violation of ARS rules or local society rose show rules.

6.  Appearance of the exhibitor’s name anywhere other than the designated place on the entry tag.

7.  Any rose that has been entered in a show with a name that has not been recognized by American Rose Society will be disqualified.  Roses are to be exhibited by the ARS exhibition name (AEN and printed in bold type).

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POINT SCORES FOR JUDGING HORTICULTURE SPECIMENS 

1.  Form - Elegance, dignity, true to expected form; with well-formed center and symmetrically arranged petals.  25 points

2.  Color - Typical of the variety. Shall include freshness, brilliance, and purity. 20 points

3.  Substance - Quality and quantity of matter in the petals. Substance comprises the texture, crispness, firmness, thickness, and toughness of the petals; and determines the degree of durability of form and keeping quality of the bloom. 15 points

4.  Stem and Foliage - Stem to be primary. Foliage should be clean and not damaged by spray or wind. 20 points

5.  Size - Should be typical of the variety; neither overgrown or undersize. 10 points

6.  Balance and Proportion - Overall appearance; bloom, stem and foliage should be harmonious. 10 points

TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE  - 100

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PLACEMENT RULES FOR HORTICULTURE DIVISION
Exhibitors: Follow Placement Process (See Page 9, No. 18)


DIVISION I - HORTICULTURE DIVISION
BEST IN SHOW

Best in Show will be chosen from all Best in Class horticulture winners and court queens.
Judges entries are not eligible.  Each judge will have one vote.
Eligible for ARS Certificate and $25.


SECTION A (AMATEUR)
HYBRID TEAS and GRANDIFLORAS

Each variety will constitute a separate subclass and will be placed on
the exhibit tables in alphabetical order according to the name of the variety.

CLASS 1
Specimens, exhibition form, grown one bloom per stem, shown without side buds.
This will include Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, and Climbing.
Hybrid Teas and Grandifloras.  Varieties with 4-8 petals (Singles) not eligible.
Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King,
Princess and 3 Court of Honor


CLASS 2
One Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora spray
Two or more blooms.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 3
One fully open Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora
One bloom per stem. Stamens must be showing.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 4

Single-type Hybrid Tea (4-8 petals)
One bloom or spray.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 5

Garden Decorative - Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora
Variety that typically lacks classic high centered circular form.
One bloom per stem. No side buds.  Varieties known to show
exhibition form will be disqualified.
Award - BRS Certificate

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CLASS 6
Collection of three Hybrid Tea and/or Grandiflora blooms

One or more varieties. Typical of variety.
One bloom per stem without side buds.  Shown in one vase.
Award - BRS Certificate


SECTION B (AMATEUR)
FLORIBUNDAS AND POLYANTHAS


CLASS 7
One Floribunda spray

One stem, two or more blooms.
Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess
and 3 Court of Honor

CLASS 9
One Floribunda bloom per stem

Shown without side buds. Typical of variety.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 10
Collection of three Floribunda blooms

One or more varieties. Typical of variety.
One bloom per stem without side buds. Shown in one vase.
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 11
One Polyantha spray

Two or more blooms.
Award - ARS Certificate

SECTION C (AMATEUR)
MINIFLORAS


CLASS 13
Miniflora specimens, exhibition form

Grown one bloom per stem.  Shown without side buds.
Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

CLASS 14
One Miniflora, fully open with stamens showing

One bloom per stem.  No side buds.
Award - ARS Certificate

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CLASS 15
One single-type Miniflora (4-8 petals)

No side buds.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 16
One Miniflora spray

Two or more blooms.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 17
Garden Decorative

Miniflora variety that typically lacks classic high centered circular form.
One bloom per stem. No side buds.
Award - BRS Certificate


SECTION D (AMATEUR)
MINIATURES

CLASS 19
Miniature specimens, exhibition form

Grown one bloom per stem.  Shown without side buds.
Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

CLASS 20
One Miniature, fully open with stamens showing

One bloom per stem. No side buds.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 21
One single-type Miniature

Four to eight (4-8) petals. No side buds.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 22
One Miniature Spray

Two or more blooms.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 23
Garden Decorative - Miniature

Variety that typically lacks classic high centered circular form.
One bloom per stem. No side buds.
Award - BRS Certificate

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SECTION E (AMATEUR)
LARGE-FLOWERED CLIMBERS (LCl),
HYBRID WICHURANA (HWich), & HYBRID GIGANTEA (HG)

CLASS 25
Specimens can be sprays or one bloom per stem.

Award - ARS Certificate

SECTION F (AMATEUR)
OLD GARDEN ROSES, SPECIES, AND SHRUBS

CLASS 27
Old Garden Roses in existence prior to 1867

Type of rose and date of introduction (Gallica, 1861) must appear on tag.
One bloom or spray.
Award - ARS Dowager Queen Certificate

CLASS 28
Old Garden Roses with unknown dates of introduction and those
introduced in 1867 and later. 
Type of rose and date of introduction
(HP, 1920) must appear on tag.  One bloom or spray.
Award - ARS Victorian Certificate

CLASS 30
Species Roses (Sp)

One bloom per stem or one spray.
Award - ARS Genesis Certificate

CLASS 31
Classic Shrubs

Roses from Shrub classes: Hybrid Musk (HMsk),
Hybrid Rugosa (HRg), Hybrid Moyesii (HMoy), or Kordesii (HKor).
Must include type of rose on entry tag.  One bloom per stem or spray.
Award - ARS Classic Shrub Certificate

CLASS 32
Modern Shrubs

Includes all other roses indicated as shrubs (S) including David Austin roses.
One spray.
Awards - BRS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

CLASS 33
Includes all other roses indicated as shrubs (S) including David Austin roses.

One bloom per stem.
Award - BRS Certificate

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 SECTION G

SPECIAL CHALLENGE CLASSES
ENTRIES PLACED BY EXHIBITORS

Please Do Not Touch or Move Other Exhibits

CLASS 35
“Best Rose in a Wine Bottle”

One bloom per stem or one spray. Any type rose.
Displayed in any wine bottle provided by the exhibitor.
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 36
“Cycle of Bloom”

Three single-stem blooms of the same variety.  
Any type of rose except Miniature/Miniflora.  

One bud with sepals down, one exhibition form bloom, & one fully open
with stamens showing.
Displayed in three vases with one entry tag.
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 37
“Miniature/Miniflora Cycle of Bloom”
Three single-stem blooms of the same variety of Miniature or Miniflora.

One bud with sepals down, one exhibition form bloom, & one fully open with
stamens showing.  Displayed in three vases with one entry tag.
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 38
“Rose In A Bowl”

One bloom - typical of variety. Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda, &
Large-Flowered Climbers. 
No colored water.  No foliage.  Exhibitor must provide bowl.
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 39
“Old Garden Rose or Shrub Rose In A Bowl”

One bloom - typical of variety.  No colored water. No foliage.  Exhibitor must provide bowl.
Award - BRS Certificate

(Best in Classes 38 & 39 eligible for ARS Certificate)

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CLASS 40
“Miniflora Rose in a Bowl”

One bloom. Typical of variety
No colored water. No foliage. Exhibitor must provide bowl.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 41
“Miniature Rose in a Bowl”

One bloom. Typical of variety
No colored water. No foliage. Exhibitor must provide bowl.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 42
“Bowl of Blooms”

Two (2) or more blooms. Any type of rose. Same or mixed varieties and/or colors.
No colored water.  No foliage. Exhibitor must provide bowl.
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 45
“Trailing Rose”

One spray of a trailing rose of any variety
Exhibited in an orchid tube, on a dinner napkin-sized piece of fabric,
lying on the table.  Orchid tube and fabric supplied by BRS.  Limited supply.
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 46

Tin Can Derby”
Any type of rose displayed in a non-decorative tin can provided by exhibitor.
Rose names do not need to be named on entry tag.
Roses and foliage only.  No other filler.
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 48
“Rose In A Frame”

One rose at its most perfect phase of beauty displayed
behind or mounted in any type of frame.
Exhibitor furnishes frame.
Award - BRS Certificate

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CLASS 53
“Large Rose English Box”

6 blooms of one variety, or 6 different varieties, or 3 blooms of 2 varieties,
or 2 blooms of 3 varieties with no foliage.
All varieties must be named & typical of variety.
Boxes furnished by BRS on a first-come basis.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 54
“Miniature/Miniflora English Box”

6 blooms of one variety, or 6 different varieties, or 3 blooms of 2 varieties,
or 2 blooms of 3 varieties with no foliage.
All varieties must be named & typical of variety.
Boxes furnished by BRS on a first-come basis.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 56
“Basket Full of Blooms”

Roses only, no filler material
Basket will be filled with any type of rose at any stage of bloom.
Metal frogs and oasis may be used to help secure roses.
Sprays may be used. Exhibitor furnishes basket.
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 58
“Just Hips”

One hip or a spray of rose hips.  Any type of rose or variety.
Entry to be judged on aesthetic value and freshness.
Variety name to be written on entry tag.
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 59
“Mystery Roses”

Roses of unknown variety.  Can include "found roses," test roses, and seedlings.
Award - BRS Certificate

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SECTION H
NOVICE EXHIBITORS

Follow placement process (See Page 9, No. 18)


Only open to exhibitors who are new to showing roses.  There is no time limit on how long a member may remain a novice, providing the member has not won a Best in Class Award in an official ARS rose show Amateur Class. More than one entry may be made in a class provided they are different varieties.  Specimens must be named.

If a variety is entered in the Novice Section, the same variety cannot be entered in corresponding amateur classes - Sections A-F.  Novice exhibitors are eligible to enter any amateur class.

CLASS 60
Hybrid Teas and Grandifloras
- One bloom per stem - Exhibition form
(Eligible for Queen, King, Princess and Court of Honor)
Award - BRS Certificate


CLASS 61
Floribundas - One Spray

(Eligible for Queen, King, Princess and Court of Honor)
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 62

Minifloras: One bloom per stem, no side buds - Exhibition form
(Eligible for Queen, King, Princess and Court of Honor)
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 63

Miniatures: One bloom per stem, no side buds - Exhibition form
(Eligible for Queen, King, Princess and Court of Honor)
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 64

Modern Shrubs (S) Including David Austins.  One bloom or one spray
(Eligible for Queen, King, Princess and Court of Honor)
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 66
Fully opened specimens (stamens showing)
- One bloom per stem
All types of roses and varieties
Award - BRS Certificate

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CLASS 67
All other specimens
Award - BRS Certificate

Classes 60 - 67 eligible for ARS Novice Award Certificate


SECTION I - JUNIOR EXHIBITORS
JUNIORS (17 AND YOUNGER)
Follow Placement Process (See Page 9, No. 18)

CLASS 68
Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora -
One bloom per stem - Exhibition form
(Eligible for Queen, King, Princess and Court of Honor)
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 69
Floribundas-
One Spray
(Eligible for Queen, King, Princess and Court of Honor)
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 70
Minifloras -
One bloom per stem, no side buds - Exhibition form
(Eligible for Queen, King, Princess and Court of Honor)
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 71
Miniatures -
One bloom per stem, no side buds - Exhibition form
(Eligible for Queen, King, Princess and Court of Honor)
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 72
Fully opened specimens (stamens showing) -
One bloom per stem
All types of roses and varieties
Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 73
All other specimens
Award - BRS Certificate


Classes 68, 70-73: Eligible for ARS Junior Bloom Certificate & gift card

Classes 69 and 73: Eligible for ARS Junior Spray Certificate & gift card

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SECTION J  
JUDGES’ HORTICULTURE COMPETITION
Judges will place their own entries.

Traditionally, BRS Festival Committees have established cash awards in the Judges’ categories in appreciation for and recognition of the time and effort it takes to become a judge.

We thank you, Judges, for your commitment!

Judges’ Sweepstakes Awards - (1st) $50, (2nd) $25, & (3rd) $20
1st =3 pts.  2nd =2 pts.  3rd =1 pt.  Points will include Arrangement entries.

One ARS Judge’s Entry Certificate and $25 prize for the Best Horticulture Entry
(from Classes 74-83)

The winner in each of the following classes will receive a BRS Certificate & $10.

CLASS 74
Hybrid Teas/Grandifloras, one bloom per stem- Exhibition form

CLASS 75
One fully open Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora

CLASS 76
One Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora Spray

CLASS 77
One Floribunda spray

CLASS 78
One bloom per stem Floribunda

CLASS 79 A
One Miniature, one bloom per stem - Exhibition form

CLASS 79 B
One Miniflora, one bloom per stem - Exhibition form

CLASS 80 A
One Miniature spray

CLASS 80 B
One Miniflora spray

CLASS 81
Single or semi-double blooms (4-16 petals), all types, one bloom per stem or spray

CLASS 82
Modern shrub - one bloom or spray

CLASS 83
Any other specimen

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DIVISION II - ARTISTIC DIVISION
 
ROSE ARRANGEMENTS
SPACE IS LIMITED

1.  Space must be reserved by 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 25, 2017 by contacting Angie Handy at (530) 781-2826.  For Class 1 (Juniors) entries only, call Julie Matlin at (530) 893-5418.  
2.  The Rose Festival is open for arrangement entries on Friday, October 27, 11:00 – 11:30 a.m. and on Saturday, October 28, 7:00 – 10:00 a.m.  All exhibits must be in place for judging NO LATER than 10:00 a.m. October 28.  Any exhibitor still working on an arrangement after 10 a.m. on October 28 will have all their arrangements marked “For Display Only” and these arrangements will not be judged.  No entries shall be removed from the show before 5:00 p.m.  All entries must be removed within 30 minutes after the release of entries.
3.  All entries must be the work of the exhibitor.  No one but the exhibitor may touch or move an arrangement.  If the exhibitor is not available, the Arrangement Chairperson may carefully move an arrangement if there is a need to do so.
4.  The Festival Committee will exercise due caution in protecting all exhibits, but neither the Butte Rose Society, nor the owner of the show facility, in this case C.A.R.D., will assume liability in the loss or damage to property.
5.  All roses must be outdoor garden grown and of high quality.  No purchased or hot house grown roses allowed (with the exception of Section H, Class 12: Arrangers’ Open).
6.  Use one ARS Arrangements entry tag with each entry. COMPLETE BOTH TOP AND BOTTOM SECTIONS.  Missing information can result in disqualification. The Class Title may be abbreviated to fit on the line.
7.  Only roses grown by the arranger are eligible for ARS medal Certificates.  Indicate Arranger Grown or A.G. on the entry tag.  The arrangement will still be judged if the roses are not grown by the arranger, but will not be eligible for an ARS medal certificate.
8.  An arrangement incorrectly placed in a class will be judged in the class in which it is placed.

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9.  A rose or roses must provide the dominant flower interest in all designs.
10.  The ARS Approved Exhibition Name of all roses in each arrangement must be written on the entry tag.  (See exceptions for Section H, Class 12: Arrangers’ Open).
11.  Any fresh-cut plant material, including other flowers is allowed.  Dried and/or treated dried plant material is allowed unless prohibited by the schedule.
12.  Entries will be disqualified for use of roses not outdoor grown or for use of artificial flowers or plant material. Accessories are permitted in all classes unless otherwise specified.  Severe penalties will be assessed for use of painted or dyed fresh plant material, live animals, plant material on the state/local conservation lists, or any national flag in the arrangement or as decoration.  
13.  No wholly dried material arrangements are permitted unless specifically requested in the schedule.
14.  A card of intent may be included with an arrangement as an explanation of the arranger’s interpretation of the theme or class title.
15.  One arrangement per exhibitor is allowed in each class, but exhibitors are encouraged to enter as many classes as desired.  More than one exhibitor from the same garden may enter the same class.
16.  Arrangements should not exceed allotted space.  Note the space allotment indicated for each class.  If no size is indicated then maximum size is 28 inches wide x 27 inches deep for standard size entries, and 10 inches in height, width and depth for miniature and miniflora rose entries.
17.  Only blue ribbon winners are eligible for an ARS Certificate. “Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements by the American Rose Society” is the authority for standards of exhibiting and judging arrangements.
18.  Best arrangements must score at least 92 points or higher to qualify for an ARS Award.
19.  By entering this show given under ARS rules, exhibitors agree to abide by those rules.

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 ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENT AWARDS

Best Arrangement of Show

Selected from entries in Sections A – E  
Eligible for BRS Certificate and $25

Standard Size Roses
To be selected from the following Classes: 1-5
ARS Gold Medal Certificate
ARS Silver Medal Certificate
ARS Bronze Medal Certificate

Miniature & Miniflora Roses
To be selected from the following Classes: 6-9
ARS Gold Medal Certificate
ARS Silver Medal Certificate
ARS Bronze Medal Certificate


Point Scores for Judging Arrangements

 

1. Conformance: 15 points possible (5 points per category)
    a. Naming of roses  
    b. Conformance to type of design  
    c. Other specific requirements of schedule.    
                                                 
2. Design: Balance, dominance, contrast, rhythm, proportion, & scale: 30 points possible

3. Perfection of the Roses: Including condition of other plant material: 30 points possible

4. Creativity and Expressiveness: 15 points possible    

5. Distinction: Uniqueness, sets the design apart, superiority in every respect, which   
    includes technical execution/construction: 10 points possible

Total Possible: 100 points

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 “Golden State”

SECTION A
FRESH STANDARD ROSE ARRANGEMENTS
JUNIORS (17 Years of age and under)  

To be assembled at the show in designated area without adult assistance.

Class 1 – “California Coast”
Cliffs, rocks, sand, surf, sea creatures & birds

Designer’s Choice; Any Standard Size Design.  
Type of arrangement must be noted on the tag.
Eligible for the ARS Junior Arrangement Rosette & gift card

SECTION B
FRESH STANDARD ROSE ARRANGEMENTS
NOVICE ARRANGERS  

Those exhibitors who have won no more than two first place awards
for arrangers in an ARS Judged Show.

Class 2 - “Hot Springs”
Natural, mineral-laden, hot bubbling water

A Traditional Line Mass Design
Eligible for the ARS Best Novice Certificate

SECTION C
FRESH STANDARD ROSE ARRANGEMENTS

EXPERIENCED ARRANGERS
Novices are encouraged to enter these classes also.

Class 3 - “Giant Redwood”
California’s iconic state tree

 A Traditional Line Design.
  Eligible for the ARS Royalty Rosette

Class 4 – “California Condor”
Enormous, soaring black wings

A Design in the Oriental Manner
using a tall container.
Eligible for the ARS Oriental Rosette

Class 5 – “Golden State”
California’s vast and varied elements

A Modern Illuminary Design.
Design incorporates light(s) for special effects.
Light must be an integral part of the design.
Eligible for the ARS Artist’s Rosette

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SECTION D
FRESH MINIATURE AND MINIFLORA ROSE ARRANGEMENTS
EXPERIENCED ARRANGERS

Novices are encouraged to enter these classes also.

Class 6 – “The Dunes”
Soaring sands radiating the heat of the sun

A Traditional Mass Design.
Design not to exceed 10” in width, depth, or height.
Eligible for the ARS Miniature Royalty Rosette

Class 7 – “Valley Quail”
Gentle birds with a curving plume, they gather in “coveys”

A Design in the Oriental Manner
using a low container showing water.
Design not to exceed 10” in width, depth or height.
Eligible for the ARS Miniature Oriental Rosette

Class 8 – “Fault Lines”
Geological fractures shift and shape

A Modern Angular Design.
Design has a strong emphasis on angular components.
  Design not to exceed 10” in width, depth or height.
Eligible for the ARS Miniature Artist’s Rosette


SECTION E
TABLE CLASS
EXPERIENCED ARRANGERS

Novices are encouraged to enter this class also.

Class 9 – “Mt. Whitney”
Adventure on California’s highest peak

A Standard Exhibition Table Arrangement.
Appointments need not be placed for practical use.
 To be displayed in an area not larger than 28 x 27 inches.  
 Background allowed.  Flatware prohibited.
Eligible for the ARS Court of Etiquette Certificate

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 SECTION F
DRIED ROSES
EXPERIENCED ARRANGERS
Novices are encouraged to enter this class also.


Class 10 – “Death Valley”
California’s lowest valley, a land of extremes with great diversity of life

Designer’s Choice of a Traditional or Modern Standard Design using Dried Roses.
Other plant materials must also be dried.
Type of arrangement must be noted on the tag.  
Eligible for the ARS Keepsake Certificate



SECTION G
FRESH STANDARD ROSE ARRANGEMENTS
JUDGES’ COMPETITION
Not eligible for Best Arrangement of Show

Class 11 – “Eureka!”
California’s state motto meaning “I have found it”

Designer’s Choice; Any Standard Size Design.  
Type of arrangement must be noted on the tag.
Eligible for the ARS Judges Entry Certificate and $25

Points for arrangement awards included in Judges’ Sweepstakes Award



SECTION H
FRESH STANDARD ROSE ARRANGEMENTS
ARRANGERS’ OPEN  - Open to all.

Must include at least one rose.  
FOR THIS SECTION ONLY, roses do not need to be named or arranger grown.
Purchased roses may be used.

Class 12 – “Spillway at the Dam”
Swift water, erosion, deep fracture.
 
A Modern Spatial Thrust Design.
A design, in which two parallel placements (lines) of like material are used
 to define a volume of vacant space, creating a feeling of thrust.
Eligible for the BRS Certificate

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DIVISION III - PHOTOGRAPHY
Photography Division Rules & Information

 

1.  The Photography Division allows for two photograph sizes:
a.  Classes 1-15: 5”x7” unframed photos and non-matted.  The Photography Committee will provide and place submitted photos into the BRS frames.

b.  Class 16: 8”x10” photos with 11”x14” matting. Matting may be of any color.

2.  Photos in all classes may be in color or in black and white or a combination of color and black and white.

3.  The same photograph cannot be entered in more than one class. Exhibitors are limited to three entries in each of Classes 1-15, and one entry in Class 16.

4.  Use one miniature entry tag for each photograph. Be sure to completely fill out the entry tag (TOP and BOTTOM), including name of the rose (ex. Double Delight) or subject, if required.  Attach the tag to the back of the photograph with scotch tape and indicate the top of the photographs with either an X or the word “TOP.”

5.  All photographs entries for Classes 1-15, whether mailed or hand delivered must be received on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 by 6 p.m.  Submit entries to Jack and Mary McCormick’s home, which is located at 1230 Dog Leg Drive, Chico, CA 95928.  Since matted photographs could be damaged in the mail, Class 16 entries will be accepted on the day of the show on October 28th, provided they are submitted before 10:00 a.m.

6.  Entrants must pick up their photos at the end of the Festival or make special arrangements for their return.  Plastic frames used to display photos at the Rose Festival are the property of the Butte Rose Society.

7.  a. For Classes 1-15: First, Second, & Third awards will be assigned to each photograph based on its own merit.  Therefore, there can be more than one First award in each class. 
     b. For Classes 1-15, a Best in Class winner will be selected from the all the first place winners and will be eligible for a BRS Certificate.  A Best in Show (earning a $25 award), a First Runner-up, and a Second Runner-up will be selected from the Best in Class winners.

8. Class 16 winners will be honored with the American Rose Society (ARS) awards.  Only Class 16 entries are eligible for ARS Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards, and the entries will be judged using ARS Rose Photography Standards.

9. All care will be given to safeguard the photographs, but the BRS or C.A.R.D. will not be responsible for the loss of /or damage to a photograph.

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SCORECARD - PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES

  Composition:  Includes point of interest, simplicity, contrast, balance,
framing, viewpoint, direction of movement and diagonals, where applicable.

Technique:  Correct exposure, sharp focus for main subject, and other relevant technical factors.

Distinction:  Distinction is something that sets a photograph apart from others
in its class.  Everything about the photograph is well done.

In addition, its visual impression evokes a visceral feeling that may be
intangible - the “WOW” factor.

PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES
Best in Show will be eligible for a BRS Certificate and $25, except Class 16.


CLASS 1
One bloom, at its most perfect stage

Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda, of any variety including singles
No side buds.  Identify variety.

CLASS 2
One spray

Grandiflora, Floribunda, Polyantha or Hybrid Tea
Two or more blooms.  Identify variety.

CLASS 3
Open bloom rose(s) - any type of rose

Stamens must show.  Identify variety.

CLASS 4
One bloom or spray of an Old Garden Rose or a Shrub or a Climber

Identify variety.

CLASS 5
One bloom - Miniature or Miniflora

No side buds.  Identify variety.

CLASS 6
One spray - Miniature or Miniflora

Two or more blooms.  Identify variety.

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CLASS 7
A photo of a standard size arrangement

Roses need not be identified.

CLASS 8
A photo of a miniature arrangement

Roses need not be identified.

CLASS 9
Abstract or Impressionism

A photo having non-objective design, form or content, of a rose plant(s)
or any portion thereof.  Does not include abstract arrangements.
Identify variety.

CLASS 10
A photo of any rose garden, private or public.

Garden scene where roses are the dominant feature.
Rose garden need not be identified.

CLASS 11
A photo of any rose activity

Identify rose activity.

CLASS 12
A photo of any rose bush.

Identify variety

CLASS 13
Potpourri

Any rose related photo that does not fit in another category,
such as a humorous rose photo or a goat holding a rose
in its mouth, a ladybug, praying mantis, a rose disease, etc.

(Classes 14 and 15 are located on Pages 30 and 31.)


CLASS 16
A rose bloom or spray of any variety

Must be 8”x10” with an 11”x14” matting.  Color of matting is exhibitor’s choice. Mounting is optional, but it would provide stability to the
photo to prevent curling or wrinkling. No frames are allowed.
Limited to only one entry per exhibitor.
Exhibitor and Outdoor grown roses only to be used.
Identify variety.
Awards – ARS Gold Medal Certificate, ARS Silver Medal Certificate,
and ARS Bronze Medal Certificate

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PHOTOGRAPHY CONTINUES….

NOVICE CLASSES

Open only to those exhibitors who have not previously won
a Best in Class award in the Rose Show Photography Division

CLASS 14-1
One bloom, at its most perfect stage - any type of rose
Identify variety. No side buds.

CLASS 14-2
One spray - two or more blooms
Identify variety. Any type of rose.

CLASS 14-3
Any Arrangement (standard or miniature)
Roses need not be identified.

CLASS 14-4
Abstract or Impressionism
A photo having non-objective design, form or content, of a rose plant(s) or
any portion thereof.
Does not include abstract arrangements. Identify variety.

CLASS 14-5
A photo of any rose garden
Rose garden need not be identified.

CLASS 14-6
A photo of any rose society activity
Identify rose activity.

CLASS 14-7
A photo of any rose bush
Identify variety.

CLASS 14-8
Any rose related photo that does not fit into another category

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PHOTOGRAPHY CONTINUES….


JUNIORS CLASS
Open to all youthful photographers - 17 and under
Award - BRS Certificate & a gift card



CLASS 15
A photo of any type of rose, rose garden or rose activity

Identify rose or activity
Rose garden need not be identified.

 

 

 

 

DIVISION IV - EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY CONTEST
CLASS 1 - OPEN TO JUNIORS ONLY

 

1.  Enter any display of educational value that deals with the subject ofroses or rose related information.

2.  An educational display may be entered more than once.

3.  The display must be free standing for placement on a tabletop or the floor.

4.  Use one challenge class entry tag for each entry. COMPLETE BOTH TOP AND BOTTOM SECTIONS. 

5.  Exhibitor must pick up the display at the end of the Festival.

6.  Entries to be judged by the public. The entry receiving the highest number of votes is eligible for a BRS Certificate and a gift card.

7.  All care will be given to safeguard the displays, but the Butte Rose Society will not be responsible for the loss of or damage to the displays.

8.  Space must be reserved by 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 25th by contacting Julie Matlin at (530) 893-5418.

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DIVISION IV - EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY CONTEST Continued…..


DIVISION IV - EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY CONTEST
CLASS 2 - ALL OTHERS, EXCEPT JUNIORS

 

1. Any display of educational value that deals with the subject of roses or rose related information.

2. An educational display may be entered more than once.

3. The display must be free standing for placement on a tabletop or the floor.

4. Use one challenge class entry tag for each entry. COMPLETE BOTH TOP AND BOTTOM SECTIONS. 

5. Exhibitor must pick up the display at the end of the Festival.

6. Entries to be judged by the public. The entry receiving the highest number of votes is eligible for a BRS Certificate and $25.

7. All care will be given to safeguard the displays, but the Butte Rose Society will not be responsible for the loss of or damage to the displays.

8. Space must be reserved by 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 25 by contacting Nancy Leverette at (530) 894-5956.

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DIVISION V- FRAGRANT ROSE CONTEST

 

1. Any fragrant rose may be entered. Use a challenge class entry tag for each entry.  COMPLETE BOTH TOP AND BOTTOM SECTIONS. Missing information can result in disqualification.  Attach tag to the vase with a rubber band. Each entry will be assigned a number for judging.

2. Entry must be properly named by variety.

3. Entries to be judged by the public. The entry receiving the highest number of votes is eligible for a BRS Certificate and $25.

4. Entry to be displayed in a milk glass vase supplied by BRS.

5. An exhibitor may enter more than one entry in this class as long as they are different varieties.

6. Contact Sandy Anderson at the rose festival for directions at time of entry.

 

PAST BEST IN OVER-ALL SHOW WINNERS

2016 - ‘Watercolors’- Judy Frederick
2015 - ‘Gemini’- Sandee Kolter
2014 - ‘Koko Loco’ - Cathy Fowler
2013 - ‘Black Baccara’ - Dave Bang
2012 - ‘Excellenz Von Schubert’ - Chris Graf
2011 - ‘Don Juan’ - Cynthia Wright
2010 - ‘Distant Drums’ - Neva Youngs
2009 - ‘Soaring Spirits’ - Julie Kremer
2008 - ‘Clair Matin’ - Elen Castleberry
2007 - ‘Poulsen’s Pearl’ - Elen Castleberry


PAST BEST OF SHOW IN PHOTOGRAPHY

2016 - ‘Maroon Eight’ - Lou Evans
2015 - ‘Tom Boy’ - Cherry Hoover
2014 - ‘Sparrieshoop’ - Kathy Brooks
2013 - ‘Souvenir de la Malmaison’ - Lou Evans
2012 - ‘Black Magic’ - Kathy Brooks

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PAST QUEENS OF THE ROYAL COURT
(Hybrid Teas & Grandifloras)

2016 – ‘Pink Promise’ - Alicia Stewart
2015 - ‘Gemini’ - Dennis Smith
2014 -  ‘Nancy Reagan’ - Cathy Fowler
2013 - ‘Black Magic’ - Dave Bang
2012 - ‘Gemini’ - Lesa Lane
2011 -  ‘Gemini’ - Lesa Lane
2010 - ‘Mu Lan’ - Bill & Pat Reynolds
2009 - ‘Touch of Class’ - Alicia Stewart
2008 - ‘Cajun Sunrise’ - Michael Cevola
2007 - ‘Mon Cheri’ - Bill & Pat Reynolds
2006 - ‘Sunstruck’ - Julie Kremer
2005 - ‘Fame’ - Bill & Pat Reynolds
2004 - ‘Gemini’ - Mark Prentice
2003 - ‘Black Magic’ - Tom Bonfigli
2002 - ‘Touch of Class’ - Mary Ekman
2001 - ‘Brigadoon’ - Angela Handy
2000 - ‘Olympiad’ - Ralph Barcus
1999 - ‘Signature’ - Bill & Pat Reynolds
1998 - ‘Opening Night’ - Bill &Pat Reynolds
1997 - ‘Olympiad’ - Geniene Schaeffer
1996 - ‘Voodoo’ - Brenda Diefendorfer
1995 - ‘Touch of Class’ – Unknown

PAST GOLD MEDAL STANDARD  ARRANGEMENT WINNERS

2016 – Sarah Williams
2015 - Rebecca Shaw
2014 - Alicia Stewart
2013 - Wendy Pine
2012 - Sherry Somers
2011 - Alicia Stewart
2010 - Angela Handy
2009 - Sarah Williams
2008 - Sarah Williams
2007 - Cindy Rogers
2006 - Pat Reynolds
2005 - Pat Reynolds
2004 - Pat Reynolds
2003 - Julie Matlin
2002 - Cindy Rogers
2001 - Cindy Rogers
2000 - Cindy Rogers
1999 - Sarah Williams 

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