BUTTE ROSE SOCIETY

CHICO, CALIFORNIA

2022 Rose Show Guidebook

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This year's 2022 Rose Show Guidebook was posted on this website, as well as handed out at our general membership meeting at the Chico Vet's Hall on August 30, 2022 at 7 pm.

 

 Welcome to the Butte Rose Society’s Rose Show 2022

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Rose Show Coordinators and Chairs        2

American Rose Society Judges          3

Rose Show Time Schedule               4

Community Outreach - Sharing the Rose     4                                       
General Rules & Information             5 - 6

Entry Placement Guidelines            6

Horticulture Rules & Procedures            7 - 8

Division I - Horticulture Classes                  9 - 16

Division II - Arrangements Rules & Classes     17 - 24

Division III - Photography Rules & Classes      25 -31

Division V - Fragrant Rose Contest         32                           
Division VI - Rose Arts & Crafts Contest     33 - 34                     
Rose Show Notes                35 - 36

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2022 COMMITTEE COORDINATORS AND CHAIRS

Rose Show Chair – Joanne Lester
Treasurer – Gwen Quail

Rose Show Divisions Coordinator – Alicia Stewart
Arrangements – Gwen Quail
Fragrant Rose – Sandy Anderson
Guidebook Publisher – Kathy Brooks
Horticulture Entries & Placement – Cathy Momber
Photography – Jean Miller
Arts & Crafts – “Perk-E” Perkins
Hospitality Coordinators – Margaret Swick and Linda Dunbaugh Community Outreach Coordinator – Dona Bertain
Junior Involvement – Julie Matlin
Lobby Management - Bernice Hallowell and Deb Crane Membership & BRS Information – Kathy Brooks
Publicity – Laura Urseny
Rose Consultant – Jim Wood

Sharing the Rose – Laura Urseny

Yard Signs – Galand Hallowell

Rose Show Judging Coordinator– Jan Burnham
Awards – Mary McCormick
Clerks – Denyse Gonzales
Judges – Jan Burnham
Royal Courts & Best of Show – Angie Handy

Tally – Linda Henderson

Rose Festival Venue Coordinator – Mike Bertain

Exhibitor Prep Area – Dave Sinclear
Rose Festival Setup & Floor Layout – Mike Bertain, Greg Williams and Clean up - Gene Petrie                                                                                                                                                                      

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Contact Rose Show Chair – Joanne Lester 530-893-3763

My sincere appreciation goes out to all BRS Members who have worked hard to put  on this year’s rose show.  Your contribution no matter how big or small will result in another successful show. Thank you all  for your support. - Joanne

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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


Horticulture Judges
Jolene Adams - Rio Vista
Dave Coop - Roseville
Hilary Elkin - Orinda
Karen Ernsberger - Glen Ellen
Paula Grabowski - McKinleyville
Richard Grabowski - McKinleyville
Barbara Lane-Piert - Sacramento
Rebecca Shaw - Reno

Photography Judges
Eileen Jackson - Vallejo
Betty Mott - Mill Valley

Arrangement Judges
Lou Evans - Livermore
Barbara Gordon - Mountain View
Judges’ Entries Judges
Judy Fredrick - Granite Bay
Lesa Lane - Corning

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ROSE SHOW TIME SCHEDULE

Friday, October 28, 2022

9:00 - 11:00 a.m.       Rose Show Setup
11:00 - 11:30 a.m.     Exhibitor setup of support props, etc. for Arrangements, Arts and Crafts

Saturday, October 29, 2022
7:00 - 10:00 a.m.  Open for Exhibitor Prep & Entries
9:00 a.m.              ENTRIES CLOSE for Divisions III & VI
9:30 a.m.              Show Breakfast  
10:00 a.m.            ENTRIES CLOSE for Divisions I, II, & V
10:00 a.m.            Judges’ Meeting  
10:10 a.m.            Clerks’ Meeting
10:30 a.m.            Judging Begins  
1:00 p.m.              Rose Show Opens to the Public  
1:00 p.m.              Rose Show Luncheon  
1:45 p.m.              Judges’ Awards & Appreciation
3:30 p.m.              Voting ends for Fragrant Rose, Arts & Crafts
4:00 p.m.              Rose Show Closes  
4:30 p.m.              Release of Entries
5:00 p.m.              Deadline for Exhibitors to remove their entries
5:10 p.m.              Sharing the Rose Committee Gathers Blooms  
5:10 p.m.              Cleanup  

COMMUNITY OUTREACH - SHARING THE ROSE 

After the Rose Show is over, the "Sharing the Rose” committee will gather leftover roses to make into casual rose bouquets for distribution to shut-ins, retirement homes, and convalescent hospitals in Butte, Glenn, and Tehama counties. Exhibitors who want to keep their own entries must gather their roses before 5:00 p.m. 

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

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Only exhibitors, judges, or those serving on a Rose Show Committee will be included for breakfast and lunch.


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GENERAL RULES & INFORMATION
1.  The show is organized, staged and judged in accordance with the rules of the American Rose Society (ARS).  Judges’ decisions are final.
2.  Everyone is welcome to exhibit roses and need not be a member of any rose society.
3.  Roses must be grown by the exhibitor.  The exhibitor should have grown the plant no less than two months.  The exhibitor may be the primary caretaker of a public rose garden (garden and caretaker to be named).
4.  Roses must be correctly named using the ARS approved exhibition names as listed in any one of the following official ARS publications:  The Official List of Approved Exhibition Names for Exhibitors & Judges, the Handbook for Selecting Roses, or “Recent Registrations” on the ARS website. In cases where a variety is not listed in any of the above ARS publications, a listing in the Combined Rose List is acceptable.
5.  ARS entry tags will be provided.  Both TOP and BOTTOM sections   must be completed.
6.  Containers will be provided.  Exceptions are noted in this Guidebook.
7.  On Friday, October 28, 2022 from 11:00 - 11:30 a.m., arrangement exhibitors may bring in set-up materials and entries not containing live plant material.  For example, easels, backgrounds, arrangement props.  All items must be labeled with exhibitor’s name.   Entry tags will be available.    
8.  On show day, Saturday, October 29, 2022, entries are accepted from 7:00 - 10 a.m.  All entries must be placed and ready for judging by 10 a.m.  
9.  Only the Placement Committee and other authorized persons will be permitted in the show areas during placement.  See Placement Rules on Page 6.  The show areas will be closed to all but authorized persons at 10:00 a.m.

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10.  No one shall be permitted in the judging area during judging except those authorized by the Rose Show Judging Chair.
11.  Exhibitors are encouraged to bring their own folding table and chair to use while preparing their entries on Saturday morning.  An exhibitor prep area will also be available on a first come, first served basis.
12.  Neither the Butte Rose Society, nor the owner of the show facility, in this case Chico Area Recreation and Park District, will assume liability in the loss of or damage to exhibits or personal property.
13.  All entries must remain on display until the official release of entries.  All entries must be removed by 5:30 p.m.
14.  A Novice Exhibitor is one who has not won a Best of Class award in an Amateur Class in the relevant division of an official ARS show.  See Section H for additional information.
PLEASE NOTE:  Due to schedule changes, the gaps in class numbering sequence are intentional.

ENTRY PLACEMENT GUIDELINES:  
1.   All horticulture entries to be placed on tables provided at the entry to the exhibit hall.
2.   Placement Committee members relocate horticulture entries to their proper place.  

Exceptions:  

•    Challenge Class (Section G) to be placed by the exhibitor
•    Judges (Section J) to place their own entries on designated tables
•    Fragrant rose entries to be placed on the Fragrant Rose table by the exhibitor
•    Arrangement entries to be placed by the arranger in designated spaces

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RULES FOR HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITORS
By entering the Horticulture Division, exhibitors agree to abide by these rules.
1.  All parties of the same garden must enter as a team.  Only one of the same variety from the same garden will be allowed in any class.
2.  Both TOP and BOTTOM sections of the entry tag must be completed and the tag securely folded.  ARS Challenge class entry tags should be used for classes in Section G.
3.  This is an alphabetically arranged show.  All roses in each class will be placed alphabetically, and each variety in each class will be judged as a group. Only one first, second, third place, and honorable mention may be awarded to that variety no matter how many excellent specimens of the variety are entered in the class.  Challenge Classes and classes specifying multiple varieties are excepted.
4.  Horticulture Judges who are entering in the Horticulture Division of this show may enter only Section J, the Judges Classes 74 to 82.
5.  First, second, third, and honorable mention awards will be awarded in classes on the basis of quality in the opinion of the judges.  Only first place winners are eligible for awards. No award is required for any entry or class.
6.  Entries may be penalized for:                                                                
     •   Stem-on-Stem - Stem has a portion of a previous stem  
           attached.                                                                                            
     •   Side Buds - Growth emanates from a leaf axil, displaying
          the formation of a stem, with or without a flower bud.           
     •   Dirt, spray residue, bird lime, or bugs, etc. not intended to
          enhance the beauty of the exhibit.                                                         
     •   Wedging materials extending above the lip of the vase.

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7.  Entries may be disqualified for:
•    A foreign substance has been applied to enhance the beauty of the entry.  
•    Misnamed.  Rose is not the variety given on the entry tag or an accepted synonym of the variety listed on the entry tag.
•    Unlabeled or Mislabeled.  Entry lacks an entry tag or the exhibitor’s name, the class number, and/or the name of the variety is not given on the entry tag or the exhibitor’s name is visible at the time the entry is judged.
•    An entry that was not grown outdoors.
•    An entry that was not grown by the exhibitor.
•    Violation of the show rules, specifically:
o    Violation of staging requirements of the class in which it is entered.
o    An entry in a class with restricted eligibility that the exhibitor is not eligible to enter.
o    Entries entered in the name of an absent exhibitor if prohibited by show rules
o    Separate entries from the same garden by two or more exhibitors, unless expressly permitted by the show rules.
o    Multiple entries of the same variety by the same exhibitor in the same class, unless expressly permitted by the show rules.

OFFICIAL AMERICAN ROSE SOCIETY (ARS) SCALE OF POINTS FOR HORTICULTURAL SPECIMEN


Form   25
Color  20
Stem and Foliage  20
Substance   15
Size 10
Balance and Proportion     10
TOTAL  100

OFFICIAL ARS CHALLENGE AND CLASS SCORE CARD

Horticulture Excellence   80
Overall Appearance   20

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DIVISION I - HORTICULTURE DIVISION

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   One bloom per stem, exhibition form                                    
 Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, 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   Fully Open Bloom - Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora
One bloom with stamens 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 not known to have exhibition form.                                                                                                       
One bloom per stem. Varieties known to show exhibition form will be disqualified.
Award - BRS Certificate 

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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
Award – ARS Certificate


CLASS 11   One Polyantha spray
Two or more blooms.
Award - ARS Certificate

Section C  (AMATEUR)
MINIFLORAS


CLASS 13   One bloom per stem, exhibition form
Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.
Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor


CLASS 14   Miniflora, fully open
One bloom with stamens showing. 
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 15   Single-type Miniflora (4-8 petals)
One bloom with 4-8 petals.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 16   Miniflora spray
One stem with two or more blooms.
Award - ARS Certificate


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Section D (AMATEUR) MINIATURES


CLASS 19  One bloom per stem, exhibition form
 Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.
Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess, and 3 Court of Honor


CLASS 21   Single-type Miniature (4-8 petals)
One bloom with 4-8 petals.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 22   Miniature Spray
One stem with two or more blooms.
Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 23   Garden Decorative - Miniature

Variety not known to have exhibition form.
Award - BRS Certificate

Section E (AMATEUR)
LARGE-FLOWERED CLIMBERS (LCl), 
HYBRID WICHURANA (HWich), and 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, introduction date (e.g. Moss 1854) must be on tag.   One bloom or spray.   Award - ARS Dowager Queen Certificate

CLASS 28   Old Garden Roses: Unknown dates of introduction or introduction in 1867 or later - Type of rose, introduction date (e.g. HP, 1920) must be on tag. One bloom or spray.  Award - ARS Victorian Certificate

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CLASS 30   Species Roses (Sp)
One bloom per stem or one spray.
Award - ARS Genesis Certificate


CLASS 32   Modern Shrubs – One Spray
All other shrub roses including David Austin roses.
Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court  of  Honor

CLASS 33   Modern Shrubs – One Bloom per Stem

All other shrub roses including David Austin roses.
Awards - BRS Certificate


Section G
   SPECIAL CHALLENGE CLASSES
 ENTRIES PLACED BY EXHIBITORS

Please Do Not Touch or Move Other Exhibits


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, and 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 - Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda, or   Large-Flowered Climber. 
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. No colored water. No foliage. Exhibitor must provide bowl. Award - BRS Certificate

Best of Classes 38 & 39 eligible for ARS Certificate

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CLASS 40   “Miniflora Rose in a Bowl”   One bloom. No colored water.  No foliage. Exhibitor must provide bowl. Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 41   “Miniature Rose in a Bowl”   One bloom. No colored water. No foliage. Exhibitor must provide bowl.
 Award - ARS 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 provided by exhibitor or BRS.  Limited supply.  Award - BRS Certificate

CLASS 46   “Tin Can Derby”   Roses and rose foliage only, no filler material. Roses do not need to be named on enty tag. Display in a non-decorative tin can provided by exhibitor. 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 provided by exhibitor. 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 Guidelines (See Page 6)

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 Amateur Class of an official ARS rose show. More than one entry may be made in a class provided they are different varieties.  Varieties 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, Grandifloras, and Climbing Hybrid Teas  One bloom per stem, exhibition form  Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.
  Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor


CLASS 61    One Floribunda Spray - One stem, two or more blooms  Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3  Court of Honor

CLASS 62    Miniflora - One bloom per stem, exhibition form Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible. Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor


CLASS 63   Miniature - One bloom per stem, exhibition form  Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.  Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor


CLASS 64   Modern Shrubs – One Spray  All other shrub roses including David Austin roses
  Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor


Classes 60 - 64 eligible for ARS Novice Award Certificate  

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Section I   JUNIOR EXHIBITORS (17 AND YOUNGER)

Follow Placement Guidelines (See Page 6)  

CLASS 68   One bloom per stem, exhibition form Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, 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 69   One Floribunda spray
One stem, two or more blooms.
Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor
Eligible for ARS Junior Spay Certificate and gift card

CLASS 73   All other specimens - One bloom per stem

Award - BRS Certificate

Classes 68 and 73 eligible for ARS Junior Bloom Certificate and gift card

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

Traditionally, BRS Show 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 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.

ARS Judge’s Entry Certificate and $25 prize for the Best Horticulture
Entry (from Classes 74-82)   

The winner in each of the following classes will receive a BRS Certificate & $10: Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, and Climbing Hybrid Teas and Grandifloras. Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.

CLASS 77    One Floribunda spray
One stem, two or more blooms.

CLASS 79A   Miniature One bloom per stem, exhibition form
Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.


CLASS 79B   Miniflora One bloom per stem, exhibition form
Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.

CLASS 81    All varieties single or semi-double blooms
(4-16 petals) One bloom or spray.
All other shrub roses including David Austin roses.


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DIVISION II—ROSE ARRANGEMENTS

Arrangement Rules & Information


1.  Space Reservations: Reserve a space for every entry by 10:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 26, 2022 by contacting Alicia Stewart at alicia.stewart@sbcglobal.net or voice message at (530) 891-3301.

2.  Entry tags: Regular ARS Arrangement Entry tags will be provided.  Complete Top and Bottom sections of the tag with ALL required information. 

3.  Placement: Please use your assigned exhibit space. Place entries on Saturday, October 29, from 7:00 – 10:00 a.m.  Props and accessories may be delivered to assigned spaces on Friday, October 28, from 11:00 – 11:30 am.  All exhibits to be complete and in place, ready for judging by 10:00 a.m. on October 29.  Late entries will be marked, “For Display Only.”

All entries to remain on display for the duration of the show, and until the official release of entries.  All entries must be removed by 5:00 p.m. on show day.

4.  Staging: Arrangements are staged on a standard - height table. The table is covered with a black plastic tablecloth.  Miniature arrangements are staged on black risers, above table height.

Standard size entries will have a space 28 inches wide x 27 inches deep.  For miniature classes the maximum size of the arrangement is 12 inches high, wide, and deep.   The allotted space will be an extra inch of width and depth.  

5.  Security: All reasonable care will be taken to safeguard exhibits.  However, the Butte Rose Society does not accept responsibility for loss or damage.
See Page 6, Rule 12, for disclaimers.

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6.  The following applies to all arrangements:

a.  All roses must be outdoor, garden grown, including Class 12.

b.  A rose or roses must be the dominant flower in each arrangement.

c.  The ARS Approved Exhibition name of all roses in an arrangement must be written on the entry tag, except Class 12.

d.  If roses are grown by the arranger, check or write “AG” on the entry tag.  Only arranger grown entries are eligible for ARS medal certificates and rosettes.

e.  One entry per exhibitor is allowed in each class.  An exhibitor may enter as many classes as desired.  More than one exhibitor from the same garden may enter the same class.

f.  Accessories are allowed unless otherwise stated in the schedule.

g.  A small card of intent may be included with the arrangement to explain the interpretation of the theme or class title.

h.  All entries must be the work of the exhibitor.   Advice may be solicited, but no other person may help with assembly of the exhibit or alter an exhibitor’s entry.

i.  Only the exhibitor may touch or move an arrangement.  However,  in special circumstances, if efforts to locate the arranger have failed, the Arrangement Manager may carefully move it.

7.  Infringement of the following rules will result in loss of points:  

 
a.  Painted or dyed fresh plant material and live creatures are not allowed.

b.  The use of plant material on the state and local conservation list are not permitted.

c.  Neither an American flag nor the flag of any country may be used in any way in a design.

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8.  Two causes of disqualification of an arrangement:
Roses not outdoor, garden grown.
Use of artificial plant material.

9.  Judging:  Judging will be in accordance with the current 2021Revised ARS Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements, Modern Roses, Official List of Approved Names for Judges and Exhibitors, and recent Rose Registrations on the ARS website.


SCORECARD FOR JUDGING ROSE ARRANGEMENTS
Characteristic and Points

Conformance: 5 points each
: Naming of the roses ; Conformance to type of design; 
 Other specific requirements of the schedule  = 15 possible

Design Principles: 5 points per Principle Balance, dominance, contrast, rhythm, proportion, and scale = 30 possible

Perfection of the Roses:
Includes condition of other plant material = 30 possible

Creativity and Expressiveness:  
Originality in the choice and use of components as related to the theme or class title = 15 possible

Distinction:

Uniqueness: sets the design apart, superiority in every respect, which includes technical execution/construction
Including condition of non-rose plant material.= 10 possible
Total Possible
100 points

Reminder: ARS Awards require 92 points and AG.

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ARRANGEMENT AWARDS

Best Arrangement of Show:  Selected from entries in Sections A–D  and F
BRS Certificate and $25

Standard Size Roses: 
Selected from Classes: 1-6 and 9
ARS Gold Medal Certificate
ARS Silver Medal Certificate
ARS Bronze Medal Certificate

Miniature & Miniflora Roses:  Selected from Classes: 7-8
ARS Gold Medal Certificate
ARS Silver Medal Certificate
ARS Bronze Medal Certificate

Arrangers’ Open:   Class 12
BRS Certificate and $25



ARRANGEMENT CLASSES                                                                             

THEME  “BIG TOP!  A DAY AT THE CIRCUS”

SECTION A:      FRESH STANDARD SIZE ROSES

NOVICE ARRANGERS:  Have won no more than two first place Arrangement awards in an ARS Judged Show


CLASS 1    “Tightrope”      Modern Line Design
Eligible for the ARS Best Novice Certificate

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EXPERIENCED ARRANGERS:   Novices are encouraged to enter these classes also.


CLASS 2    “Acrobats”  Traditional Mass Design     
Eligible for the ARS Royalty Rosette


CLASS 3    “The Contortionist”  Modern Free Form Design    
Eligible for the ARS Artist’s Rosette
    
CLASS 4     “Magicians”   Modern Transparency Design     
Eligible for the ARS Artist’s Rosette

CLASS 5    “Scaling Heights”   Modern Floor Design
Design must be at least 40 inches tall, but less than 24 inches wide and deep.       
Eligible for the ARS Artist’s Rosette

CLASS 6   “On Stilts” East Asian Freestyle abstract design
using a tall or creative container
Eligible for the ARS East Asian Rosette


SECTION B:   FRESH MINIATURE AND/OR MINIFLORA ROSES

CLASS 7   “Tumblers”      East Asian     Naturalistic Arrangement using a low container with water showing  
Eligible for the ARS Miniature East Asian Rosette

CLASS 8    “Ring Master“    Modern Tubular Design
    
Eligible for the ARS Miniature Artist’s Rosette


SECTION C:      TABLE CLASS


CLASS 9     “A Day at the Circus”     Informal Exhibition Table
Standard-size roses Space is 28 inches wide by 27 inches deep.
Eligible for the ARS Court of Etiquette Certificate

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SECTION D:    DRIED ROSES

CLASS 10     “Aerial Hoop Act”    Designer’s Choice of Rosecraft   Standard-size Dried Roses  Other plant materials must also be dried.  Type of design to be noted on the tag. 
Eligible for the ARS Rosecraft Certificate

SECTION E:  JUDGES’ COMPETITION
 - Not eligible for Best Arrangement of Show.

CLASS 11  “Trapeze Act”  Standard or Miniature Arrangement Designer’s Choice of Modern design  Type of design to be noted on the tag. Points for arrangement awards included in Judges’ Sweepstakes Award.
Eligible for the ARS Judges’ Entry Certificate and $25.

SECTION F:    ARRANGERS’ OPEN – Open to all
   FOR THIS SECTION ONLY, roses do not need to be named or arranger grown. 

CLASS 12     “Fantasy”   Modern Stretch Design, standard-size  roses
Eligible for the BRS Certificate and $25

HELPFUL INFORMATION from ARS Guidelines for Rose Arrangements

TRADITIONAL DESIGNS

All traditional designs emphasize natural lines of growth.  Balance, both actual and visual, is important.

Traditional Mass Design  Mass designs have a closed silhouette, yet plant materials are not crowded. Each bloom is distinct.  Mass designs are symmetrical and can be oval, circular, fan-shaped, or triangular. 

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MODERN DESIGNS
In Modern Designs arrangers have freedom to express their ideas in creative designs where the keynote is simplicity with emphasis on color, form, texture, and the all-important element of space. The arranger may manipulate or abstract any plant material except the rose bloom(s).

Modern Free Form
Free Form Designs are irregular designs with a curving outline. They are inspired by nature and are non-geometric. Plant materials must be used in a naturalistic way. These natural forms determine the pattern of the design. They may have more than one center of interest and more than one point of emergence. 

Modern Line Design Roses are dominant with a minimum of plant material.  Modern Line differs from Traditional Line designs through choice of container, other plant materials and spacing of the roses.

Modern Transparency Design
Depth is emphasized as some components are seen through others.  A lattice or netting may be used.

Modern Tubular Design

Tubular designs have a dominant cylindrical form.  Natural or non-plant materials may be used to accentuate the tubular form.

Modern Stretch Design
These designs have two units, one smaller than the other and have a connection that extends between the two, giving the appearance of the smaller design being stretched and pulled away from the larger.

EAST ASIAN ARRANGEMENTS
Designs based on the Japanese art of flower arranging, but not necessarily following the strict rules of Ikebana styles.  The design will represent the aesthetics of Ikebana, most importantly asymmetry in balance and appearance.  Containers are an important element of East Asian designs.

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MINIATURE DESIGNS
May use Miniature or Miniflora roses, but not together in the same design.  Designs not to exceed 12” in width, depth, or height.  The principles of proportion and scale are of foremost importance in all aspects of miniature designs especially the container, roses, and other plant material.  The background should be in pleasing proportion to the size of the design.

TABLE CLASSES
Basic requirements are a dish, drinking vessel, napkin, and rose arrangement.  Other components such as accessories may be used, but no flatware.  There should be visually pleasing relationships of the materials to the space and to each other.  Exhibition tables are non-practical, artistic displays with components presented creatively.

DRIED ROSES
Form and color are the two most important qualities in the condition and perfection of dried roses. Maintaining the natural form of roses presents the most difficult problem in drying. Dried roses cannot be dyed or treated with preservatives. Whether the arranger uses air drying, freeze drying, silica gel, a microwave, or a dehydrator, the judge sees only the final product and must evaluate accordingly.

Suggestions for exhibitors:  
Read the 2021 Revised ARS Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements.  Note: Oriental is now East Asian.
Website: https://www.rose.org and then go to Get Involved, drop down to Arrangements, choose Guidelines.

Use Google and other search engines to look for images of the design types and theme inspiration.

Thanks to Julie Matlin and Sarah Williams for suggesting the theme for this rose show, which was inspired by the works of Cirque du Soleil. See: https://www.cirquedusoleil.com. 

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DIVISION III - PHOTOGRAPHY


Photography Division Rules & Information

The show will be governed by the standard rules, regulations and guidelines of the American Rose Society.  For details see Guidelines & Rules for Judging Rose Photography (11/2020). 

New:  Side Buds are now a potential penalization.  One or more side buds in classes where side buds were formerly not permitted (one bloom per stem and open bloom hybrid teas, grandifloras, minifloras, and miniatures) are not a disqualification, they are a fault in stem and foliage in these classes and are penalized only to the degree of distraction, if any.

1.  The same photograph must not be entered in more than one class. Exhibitors are limited to two entries per class, including Judges’ Class.

2.  Photography entries must be pre-registered by 8:00 pm., Wednesday, October 26, 2022.  Contact Jean Miller at tjmsc51@yahoo.com or telephone at (530) 514-4857.  Please list the classes and number of photos in each  class you plan to enter. Photographs that have not been pre-registered will be accepted where space is available.

3.  Roses in photography entries must have been grown in an outdoor garden.

4.  Photographs are to be matted.  Mounting with a backing board of cardboard, art board or foam board is highly recommended, but not required for this show. NO FRAMES permitted.

5.  Entries in Classes 1 - 15 must be 8”x10” photographs with an 11”x14” mat. Entries in the Junior Class 16 may be 5”x7” photographs with an 8”x10” mat.

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6.  Photographs must be in color.  Exception: Creative Interpretation and Macro Photography classes that allow color, black & white, sepia, and combinations of these.

7.  Previous winning photographs, defined as winners of ARS Gold, Silver or Bronze medal certificates or ARS Photography Rosettes (Queen, King or Princess), or first through fourth place in any ARS Digital Photography Contest (at national, district or local society level), may not be entered in this show.  

8. Rose varieties must be entered under ARS approved exhibition names as listed in any one of the official ARS publications: See Page 5, Rule 4.

9.  Use one horticulture entry tag for each exhibit.  Complete the TOP and BOTTOM of the tag with all information: class number, rose name if required, photographer’s name, address, and other information requested for the class.  

10.  Paper clip your entry tag to the FRONT upper left corner of the matted photograph.  Proper placement of the entry tag will determine proper orientation of each photograph for judging.  Be sure the tag is securely folded so that the photographer name is NOT revealed.  Also write TOP on the BACK of the exhibit to assist with orientation.  Nothing must identify the photographer anywhere on the photograph. 


11.  Entries must be submitted on the day of the show from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m.  Entries must be collected after the close of the show and before 5:30 p.m. that day.

12.  For early entry or late pick-up, please contact Jean Miller in advance of show day.  See Page 25, #2 for contact information.

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13.  AWARDS

•     First, Second, and Third place awards or no award may be awarded in each Class.  Multiple first through third place awards may be awarded in each Class at the discretion of the Judges.

•     A Best in Class winner may be selected from all the first place winners in a Class and awarded a BRS Best of Class certificate.

•     ARS Court of Honor Queen, King, and Princess Rosettes are awarded by the Judges from the Best of Class winners.

 •     The winner of the Court of Honor Queen Rosette will be                          
        awarded $25.

14.  Reasons for entries to be disqualified include:

        •    Misnamed rose
        •    Unlabeled or mislabeled entry
        •    Exhibitor’s name visible
        •    Previously exhibited photograph
        •    Roses NOT outdoor grown

15.  Care will be given to safeguard the photograph exhibits. See Page 6, Rule 12 for disclaimers.  

16.  All rights to the submitted photographs are retained by the owners of the photographs. However, by submitting a photograph to the contest, the exhibitor (1) warrants that he or she owns the copyright of the submitted photograph and is not legally prohibited from submitting it to the contest, and (2) agrees to allow the Butte Rose Society to display the photo at the 2022 Rose Show.


OFFICIAL SCORECARD FOR PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES    

Conformance - 5 pts                  

Technique - 15 pts                                                                        

Composition - 15 pts                                                                        

Distinction - 15 pts                                                                                 

Specific Section Criteria - 50 pts

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PRIME ELEMENTS of PHOTOGRAPHY JUDGING
The approach to perfection in a rose photograph is judged on five qualities:

1.  Conformance:  The photograph follows the rules of this schedule and the class in which the exhibit is entered.  

2.  Composition:  Includes color quality, lack of distraction, contrast, balance, viewpoint, framing of the subject, direction of movement and diagonals  where applicable.  The point of interest should be the rose(s).



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



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

5.  Specific Criteria:

The Rose (Bloom or Spray) – When judging a photograph of a horticultural specimen, many of the rules in the ARS Guidelines & Rules for Judging Roses will be utilized.

The Rose Arrangement – When judging a photograph of a rose arrangement, the rules in the ARS Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements will be utilized.

The Rose Garden – Public gardens MUST be named. Roses should dominate within the photograph, and the fact that the flowers are roses should be obvious.

Creative Interpretation – The photograph should demonstrate originality and creativity. Photo-editing software may be used for enhancement. Creative naming of the exhibit is part of the creative interpretation of the exhibit. Individual rose varieties need not be identified on the entry tag for this class.

Macro - The photograph should be an extreme close-up of any part of the rose or rose plant. Color, black & white, sepia, or combinations of these are permitted in this class.

Novice Photographers – Many times when judging a novice class, the judge is a little more lenient with the rules, but the same principles as listed above still apply. 

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DIVISION III   PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES

Section A
AMATEUR CLASSES


CLASS 1   One Bloom, at its most perfect stage
One bloom of a Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda, Miniature, or Miniflora rose.
Roses designated as “single” must be entered in the
Fully-Open Bloom class (Class 3). Identify variety.
AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 2   One Spray
One stem with two or more blooms of a Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda, Miniature, or Miniflora rose.
Identify variety.
AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 3   Fully-Open Bloom

One bloom, fully open, stamens must show. 
Identify variety.
AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate  
                                              

CLASS 4   Old Garden Rose, Shrub, Species, Polyantha, or Large-Flowered Climber
One bloom per stem, with or without side buds, OR spray with one stem and two or more blooms.
Identify variety.
AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 5   Other Rose Photograph
Any rose related photo.  For example, multiple sprays, rose hips, critters on a rose, roses in winter, etc. Varieties need not be identified. 
AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 6   A Rose Arrangement: Traditional, Modern, or  East Asian Design
The arrangement should adhere to the American Rose Society Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements.  
Arranger’s name MUST be indicated on the entry tag.
Roses need not be identified.
 AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

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CLASS 7     Macro Photography
An extreme close-up photo of any part of the rose or rose plant.  
Color,  black & white, sepia, or combinations of these are permitted in this class.  Identify variety.
AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 8    Creative Interpretation
The photograph should demonstrate originality and creativity.  
This may include processes used to alter the original image. Photo enhancement software is permitted.  Color, black & white, sepia, or combinations of these are permitted. The creative naming of the exhibit is part of the presentation of interpretation the exhibit.  
Individual rose varieties need not be identified.
AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 9    Rose Garden - Private or Public
Photographs should show the use of roses within the structure of a garden.  Roses should dominate in the photograph, and  
some layout of the garden should be visible.  The name of the public rose garden MUST be listed on the entry tag.
AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate


Section B
NOVICE CLASSES

Open only to those exhibitors who have not previously won a Best of Class in an Amateur Class of an ARS Digital Photography Contest.   Novice classes follow the same guidelines as the regular classes. Novice entrants may enter Amateur Class 4, 6, 7, or 8 for which there is no Novice equivalent.

CLASS 10    One Bloom, at its most perfect stage
One bloom, of any variety of rose.
Identify variety.                    
AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 11   One Spray

One stem with two or more blooms, any type of rose.  
Identify variety.
 AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

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CLASS 12   Fully-Open Bloom  One bloom, fully open, stamens must show.  Identify variety.  AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 13    Rose Garden – Private or Public
Photographs should show the use of roses within the structure of a garden. Roses should dominate in the photograph, and some layout of the garden should be visible. The name of the public rose garden MUST be listed on the entry tag.
 AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 14    Other Rose Photograph
Any rose related photo.  For example, multiple sprays, rose hips, critters on a rose, roses in winter, etc. Varieties need not be identified.
AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

Section C    JUDGES’ CLASS
This section is open only to those judging the photography section
of this show.  A special panel of judges will judge this section.

CLASS 15   One Bloom, at its most perfect stage
One bloom of a Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda, Miniature, or Miniflora rose.
Roses designated as “single” may be entered.
Identify variety.
AWARD:  ARS Best Judge Certificate and $25


Section D    
JUNIORS’ CLASS    
Open to all young photographers - 17 and under                                                                                  

CLASS 16    A photo of any type of rose, rose garden, or rose activity

Identify rose or activity.
Public Rose garden must be identified.
 AWARD: Best of Class BRS Certificate and a gift card

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DIVISION V - FRAGRANT ROSE CONTEST
                                                                                                                                      

1. Any fragrant rose may be entered on Saturday, October 29, 2022 from 7:00 – 10:00 a.m.

2. Roses must be properly named by variety. ARS approved exhibition names as listed in any one of the official ARS publications.  Listed on Page 5, Rule 4.

3. Entry must be displayed in a milk glass vase supplied by BRS.

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

5. Use a challenge class entry tag for each entry.  Complete 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.

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

7. Contact the Placement Committee at the show for directions to the Fragrant Rose table.

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 DIVISION VI – ROSE ARTS & CRAFTS

The following rules apply to all entries in the Arts & Crafts Division:   

1.  Entries must be the work of the exhibitor.

2.  Entries must be pre-registered by 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 26, 2022.  Contact “Perk-E” Perkins at (408) 781-0128 or email her at backstagelady784@yahoo.com.  Give your name and contact information, describe the exhibit, and the overall size of the exhibit including the display stand.

3.  Exhibitors must bring their own easel or other stand as needed to display the entry.

4.  The Rose Festival is open on Friday, October 28th, 11:00–11:30 a.m. for those wishing to bring in Arts & Crafts props.  See Page 5, Rule 7.    On Saturday, October 29th, the show is open for Arts & Crafts entries 7:00–9:00 a.m.  All exhibits must be complete and in place by 9:00 a.m. on October 29, 2022.

5.  Use the challenge entry tag for each entry.  Be sure to comple both TOP and BOTTOM.

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

7.  Exhibitors must remove all entries and stands after the close of the Festival and by 5:30 p.m. that day.

8.  Care will be given to safeguard the exhibits.  See Page 6, Rule 12 for disclaimers.

See Next Page - Rose Arts and Craft Entry Suggestions 

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Rose Arts and Craft Entry Suggestions:

1.  An original painting, drawing, print, or collage, any size and medium, with a rose or roses as the primary subject matter.

2.  Needlework (quilting, needlepoint, embroidery, knitting, crocheting, etc.) with a rose or roses as the primary subject matter.

3. Craft (ceramics, pottery, glasswork, mosaic, wood, jewelry, accessories, clothing, leatherwork, etc.) with a rose or roses as the primary subject matter.

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Rose Show Notes                35 - 36

 

END OF BRS ROSE SHOW 2022 GUIDEBOOK

 

 

 

 

 

 

2021 Rose Festival Guidebook

The 26th Annual Rose & Arrangement Show's Rules and Festival Program Schedule was posted during the month of August 2021 on this website.

 

 

WELCOME TO BUTTE ROSE SOCIETY'S ROSE FESTIVAL 2021                                                       

                                                                         

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Rose Festival Committees - 2


American Rose Society Judges - 3


Rose Festival Time Schedule - 4


Community Outreach - Sharing the Rose - 4

General Rules & Information - 5 - 6


Entry Placement Guidelines - 6


Horticulture Rules & Procedures - 7 - 8


Division I - Horticulture Classes - 9 - 16


Division II - Arrangements Rules & Classes - 17 - 23


Division III - Photography Rules & Classes 24 -30


Division V - Fragrant Rose Contest - 31

Division VI - Rose Arts & Crafts Contest - 32 - 33

Past Rose Festival Winners - 33 - 35

Rose Festival Notes - 36

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2021 COMMITTEE CHAIRS



Rose Festival Chair – Joanne Lester

Financial Advisor – Gwen Quail

Rose Festival Divisions Chair – Alicia Stewart

Arrangements – Gwen Quail, Linda Henderson

Fragrant Rose – Kathy Brooks

Guidebook Publisher – Kathy Brooks

Horticulture Entries & Placement – Cathie Momber

Photography – Jean Miller

Arts & Crafts  – “Perk-E” Perkins

Hospitality Co-Chairs – Margaret Swick, Marian Ware

Community Outreach Chair – Dona Bertain

Junior Involvement – Julie Matlin

Lobby Management

Greeters / Visitors Count – Sandy Anderson

Lobby Décor – Bernice Hallowell

Membership & BRS Information – Lisa Freeman-Wood

Publicity – Laura Urseny

Rose Consultant – Jim Wood

Sharing the Rose – Laura Urseny, Kathi Theile

Yard Signs – Galand Hallowell

Rose Festival Judging Chair – Jan Burnham

Awards – Mary McCormick

Clerks – Denyse Gonzales

Judges – Jan Burnham

Royal Courts & Best of Show – Pat Reynolds, Bill Reynolds

Tally – Linda Henderson

Rose Festival Venue Chair – Mike Bertain

Exhibitor Prep Area – Dave Sinclear

Rose Festival Setup & Floor Layout – Mike Bertain, Greg Williams

Clean Up – Gene Petrie

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Contact Festival Chair Joanne Lester at 530-893-3763

My sincere appreciation goes out to all BRS Members have worked hard to put on this year’s rose show.  Your contribution no matter how big or small, will result in another successful show. Thank you all,  for your support. - Joanne

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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


Horticulture Judges

Jolene Adams – Danville

Scott Becker – Citrus Heights

Peggy Carlson – Danville

Jamie Casho-Becker* - Citrus Heights

Eileen Jackson – Vallejo

Barbara Lane-Piert – Sacramento

Cindy Phipps – Fair Oaks

Photography Judges

Dave Coop - Roseville

Lou Evans - Livermore

Arrangement Judges

Barbara Gordon – Mountain View

Cherry Hoover* - Roseville

Judges’ Entries Judges

Judy Fredrick – Granite Bay

Lesa Lane – Corning

*Apprentice Judge

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ROSE FESTIVAL TIME SCHEDULE

Friday, October 29, 2021

9:00 - 11:00 a.m.       Festival Setup

11:00 - 11:30 a.m.     Exhibitor Set-Up of support props, etc. for Arrangements, Arts and Crafts


Saturday, October 30, 2021

7:00 - 10:00 a.m.       Open for Exhibitor Prep & Entries

9:00 a.m.                   ENTRIES CLOSE for Divisions III & VI

9:30 a.m.                   Show Breakfast 

10:00 a.m.                 ENTRIES CLOSE for Divisions I, II, IV, & V

10:00 a.m.                 Judges’ Meeting 

10:10 a.m.                 Clerks’ Meeting

10:30 a.m.                 Judging Begins 

1:00 p.m.                   Festival Opens to the Public 

1:00 p.m.                   Festival Luncheon 

1:45 p.m.                   Judges’ Awards & Appreciation

2:30 p.m.                   Voting ends for Fragrant Rose, Arts & Crafts

4:30 p.m.                   Festival Closes 

5:00 p.m.                   Release of Entries

5:20 p.m.                   Deadline for Exhibitors to remove their entries

5:30 p.m.                   Sharing the Rose Committee Gathers Blooms 

5:30 p.m.                   Cleanup 

 

COMMUNITY OUTREACH - SHARING THE ROSE

After the Rose Show is over, the "Sharing the Rose” committee will gather leftover roses to make into casual rose bouquets for distributions to shut-ins, retirement homes, and convalescent hospitals in Butte, Glenn, and Tehama counties.  Exhibitors who want to keep their own entries must gather their roses before 5:20 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 through the Rose Festival Chair.    


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


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GENERAL RULES & INFORMATION

1.  The show is organized, staged and judged in accordance with the rules of the American Rose Society (ARS).  Judges’ decisions are final.

2.  Everyone is welcome to exhibit roses and need not be a member of any rose society.

3.  Roses must be grown by the exhibitor.  The exhibitor should have grown the plant no less than two months. The exhibitor may be the primary caretaker of a public rose garden (garden and caretaker to be named).

4.  Roses must be correctly named using the ARS approved exhibition names as listed in any one of the following official ARS publications: The Official List of Approved Exhibition Names for Exhibitors & Judges,the Handbook for Selecting Roses, or 'Recent Registrations' on the ARS website. In cases where a variety is not listed in any of the above ARS publications, a listing in the Combined Rose List is acceptable.

5.  ARS entry tags will be provided.  Both TOP and BOTTOM sections must be completed.

6.  Containers will be provided.  Exceptions are noted in this Guidebook.

7.  On Friday, October 29, 2021 from 11:00–11:30 a.m., arrangement exhibitors may bring in set-up materials and entries not containing live plant material. For example; easels, backgrounds, arrangement props. All items must be labeled with exhibitor’s name.   Entry tags will be available.   

8.  On show day Saturday, October 30, 2021 entries are accepted from 7:00 - 10 a.m.  All entries must be placed and ready for judging by 10 a.m. 

9.  Only the placement committee and other authorized persons will be permitted in the show areas during placement.  See Placement Rules on Page 6.  The show areas will be closed to all but authorized persons at 10:00 a.m

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10.  No one shall be permitted in the judging area during judging except those authorized by the Rose Festival Judging Chair.

11.  Exhibitors are encouraged to bring their own folding table and chair to use while preparing their entries on Saturday morning.  An exhibitor prep area will also be available on a first come, first serve basis.

12.  Neither the Butte Rose Society, nor the owner of the show facility, in this case Chico Area Recreation and Park District, will assume liability in the loss of or damage to exhibits or personal property.

13.   All entries must remain on display until the official release of entries.  All entries must be removed by 5:30 p.m.

14.  A Novice Exhibitor is one who has not won a Best of Class award in an Amateur Class in the relevant division of an official ARS show.  See Section H for additional information.

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

ENTRY PLACEMENT GUIDELINES: 

1.  All horticulture entries to be placed on tables provided at the entry to the exhibit hall.

2.  Placement Committee members relocate horticulture entries to their proper place. 

Exceptions: 

•  Challenge Class (Section G) to be placed by the exhibitor

•  Junior Class (Section I) to be placed by the Junior Coordinator

•  Judges (Section J) to be place their own entries on designated tables

•  Fragrant rose entries to be placed on the Fragrant Rose table by the exhibitor

•  Arrangement entries to be placed by the arranger in designated spaces

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RULES FOR HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITORS

By entering the Horticulture Division, exhibitors agree to abide by these rules:

1.  All parties of the same garden must enter as a team.  Only one of the same variety from the same garden will be allowed in any class.

2.  Both TOP AND BOTTOM sections of the entry tag must be completed and the tag securely folded. ARS Challenge class entry tags should be used for classes in Section G.

3.  This is an alphabetically arranged show.  All roses in each class will be placed alphabetically, and each variety in each class will be judged as a group. Only one first, second, third place, and honorable mention may be awarded to that variety no matter how many excellent specimens of the variety are entered in the class.  Challenge Classes and classes specifying multiple varieties are excepted.

4.  Horticulture Judges who are entering in the Horticulture Division of this show may enter only Section J, the Judges Classes 74 to 82.

5.  First, second, third, and honorable mention awards will be awarded in classes on the basis of quality in the opinion of the judges.  Only first place winners are eligible for awards. No award is required for any entry or class.

6.  Entries may be penalized for:

•       Stem-on-Stem - Stem has a portion of a previous stem attached.

•       Side Buds – Growth emanates from a leaf axil, displaying the formation of a stem, with or without a flower bud.

•       Dirt, spray residue, bird lime, or bugs, etc. not intended to enhance the beauty of the exhibit.

•       Wedging materials extending above the lip of the vase.

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7.  Entries may be disqualified for:

•       A foreign substance has been applied to enhance the beauty of the entry. 

•       Misnamed.  Rose is not the variety given on the entry tag or an accepted synonym of the variety listed on the entry tag.

•       Unlabeled or Mislabeled.  Entry lacks an entry tag or the exhibitor’s name, the class number, and/or the name of the variety is not

         given on the entry tag or the exhibitor’s name is visible at the time the entry is judged.

•       An entry that was not grown outdoors.

•       An entry that was not grown by the exhibitor.

•       Violation of the show rules, specifically:

•       Violation of staging requirements of the class in which it is entered.

•       An entry in a class with restricted eligibility that the exhibitor is not eligible to enter.

•       Entries entered in the name of an absent exhibitor if prohibited by show rules

•       Separate entries from the same garden by two or more exhibitors, unless expressly permitted by the show rules.

•       Multiple entries of the same variety by the same exhibitor in the same class, unless expressly permitted by the show rules.

OFFICIAL AMERICAN ROSE SOCIETY (ARS) SCALE OF POINTS

FOR HORTICULTURAL SPECIMEN

Form - 25

Color - 20

Stem and Foliage - 20

Substance - 15

Size - 10

Balance and Proportion - 10

TOTAL - 100

OFFICIAL ARS CHALLENGE AND CLASS SCORE CARD

Horticulture Excellence - 80

Overall Appearance - 20

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DIVISION I - HORTICULTURE DIVISION

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     One bloom per stem, exhibition form                                        

                      Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, 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 3     Fully Open Bloom - Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora

                     One bloom with stamens showing.

                     Award – ARS Certificate

CLASS 4     Single-type Hybrid Tea (4-8 petals)

                     One bloom or spray.

                     Award - ARS 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                                                                     

                    Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 11    One Polyantha spray

                     Two or more blooms

                     Award - ARS Certificate

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Section C  (AMATEUR)

MINIFLORAS

CLASS 13   One bloom per stem, exhibition form

                      Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.

                      Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

CLASS 14   Miniflora, fully open

                     One bloom with stamens showing. 

                     Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 15   Single-type Miniflora (4-8 petals)

                      One bloom with 4-8 petals.

                      Award - ARS Certificate

Section D  (AMATEUR)

MINIATURES

CLASS 19   One bloom per stem, exhibition form

                    Varieties with 4-8 petals (Singles) not eligible.

                    Awards-ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

CLASS 21   Single-type Miniature (4-8 petals)

                     One bloom with 4-8 petals.

                    Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 23   Garden Decorative - Miniature

                    Variety not known to have exhibition form.

                    One bloom per stem.

                   Award - BRS Certificate

Section E  (AMATEUR)

LARGE-FLOWERED CLIMBERS (LCl), HYBRID WICHURANA (HWich), and HYBRID GIGANTEA (HG)

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

                     Award - ARS Certificate



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Section F  (AMATEUR)

OLD GARDEN ROSES, SPECIES, AND SHRUBS

CLASS 27    Old Garden Roses in existence prior to 1867                     

                      Type of rose, introduction date (e.g. Moss 1854) must be on tag.    

                      One bloom or spray.                                    

                      Award - ARS Dowager Queen Certificate

CLASS 28    Old Garden Roses: Unknown dates of introduction or introduction in 1867 or later

                      Type of rose, introduction date (e.g. HP, 1920) must be 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 32    Modern Shrubs – One Spray

                     All other shrub roses including David Austin roses.

                    Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of  Honor

CLASS 33   Modern Shrubs – One Bloom per stem

                    All other shrub roses including David Austin roses.

                   Award - BRS Certificate

 

Section G

SPECIAL CHALLENGE CLASSES

ENTRIES PLACED BY EXHIBITORS

Please Do Not Touch or Move Other Exhibits

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, and one fully open with stamens showing. 

                      Displayed in three vases with one entry tag.
Award - BRS Certificate           

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CLASS 38   “Rose In A Bowl”

                      One bloom - Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda, or Large-Flowered Climber.                                        

                      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.  No colored water. No foliage.                              

                        Exhibitor must provide bowl.

                       Award - BRS Certificate                                                                         

Best of Classes 38 & 39 eligible for ARS Certificate

CLASS 40   “Miniflora Rose in a Bowl”                       

                       One bloom.  No colored water.  No foliage.                                 

                       Exhibitor must provide bowl.

                      Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 41   “Miniature Rose in a Bowl”         

                      One bloom. No colored water. No foliage.                                  

                       Exhibitor must provide bowl.
                    

                       Award - ARS Certificate

CLASS 46   “Tin Can Derby”

                       Roses and rose foliage only, no filler material

                       Roses do not need to be named on entry tag.

                       Display in a non-decorative tin can provided by exhibitor.

                      Award - BRS Certificate

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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

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 Guidelines (See Page 6)



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 Amateur Class of an official ARS rose show.  More than one entry may be made in a class provided they are different varieties.  Varieties 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, Grandifloras, and Climbing Hybrid Teas

                      One bloom per stem, exhibition form                                                        

                      Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.
         

                     Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

CLASS 61    One Floribunda Spray - One stem, two or more blooms

                     Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

CLASS 62    Miniflora - One bloom per stem, exhibition form

                     Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.

                    Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

CLASS 63    Miniature - One bloom per stem, exhibition form

                      Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.

                     Awards- ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

CLASS 64    Modern Shrubs – One Spray

                     All other shrub roses including David Austin roses.

                    Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

Classes 60 - 64 eligible for ARS Novice Award Certificate

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Section I                                             

JUNIOR EXHIBITORS (17 AND YOUNGER)

Follow Placement Guidelines (See Page 6)     

CLASS 68    One bloom per stem, exhibition form                                                      

                      Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, 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 69    One Floribunda spray

                      One stem, two or more blooms.

                     Awards - ARS Certificates for Queen, King, Princess and 3 Court of Honor

Eligible for ARS Junior Spay Certificate and gift card

CLASS 73    All other specimens - One bloom per stem

                     Award - BRS Certificate

Classes 68 and 73 eligible for ARS Junior Bloom Certificate and gift card

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Section J

JUDGES’ HORTICULTURE COMPETITION                                                        

Judges will place their own entries.

Traditionally, BRS Show 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 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.

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     One bloom per stem, exhibition form                                                       

                       Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, and Climbing Hybrid Teas and  Grandifloras. 

                       Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.

CLASS 77     One Floribunda spray

                       One stem, two or more blooms

CLASS 79A   Miniature One bloom per stem, exhibition form

                        Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.


CLASS 79B    Miniflora One bloom per stem, exhibition form

                         Varieties with 4-8 petals (singles) not eligible.

CLASS 81     All varieties single or semi-double blooms (4-16 petals)

                       One bloom or spray

CLASS 82    Modern Shrubs – One Bloom or Spray

                      All other shrub roses including David Austin roses.


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DIVISION II—ROSE ARRANGEMENTS

Arrangement Rules & Information

1.  Space Reservations:  Reserve a space for every entry by 10:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 27, 2021  by contacting Gwen Quail at egquail@earthlink.net (preferred) or voice message at (530) 343-3795.

2.  Entry tags:  Regular ARS Arrangement Entry tags will be provided. Complete both top and bottom sections of the tag with ALL required information.  The Class Title may be abbreviated to fit.

3.  Placement:  Arrangers must use the exhibit space assigned to them. Place entries on Saturday, October 30, from 7:00 – 10:00 a.m. Props and accessories may be delivered to assigned spaces on Friday, October 29, from 11:00 – 11:30 am.

Exhibits must be complete and in place, ready for judging by 10:00 a.m. October 30.  Late entries will be marked “For Display Only”.  Entries must remain on display for the duration of the show, and until the official release of entries.  Entries must be removed by 5:30 p.m. on show day.

4.  Staging:  Arrangements are staged on a standard height countertop. The countertop is covered with a black plastic tablecloth.  Miniature arrangements are staged on black risers.  Standard size entries will have a space 28 inches wide x 27 inches deep.  For miniature classes the maximum size of the arrangement is 10 inches high, wide, and deep.  The allotted space will be an extra inch of width and depth. Arrangements must not exceed allotted space.

5.  Security:   All reasonable care will be taken to safeguard exhibits.  However, the Butte Rose Society does not accept responsibility for loss or damage. Liability is hereby disclaimed.

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6.  The following applies to all arrangements:

a.  Roses must be outdoor, garden grown.

b.  A rose or roses must be the dominant flower in each arrangement.

c.  The ARS Approved Exhibition name of all roses in an arrangement must be written on the entry tag.

d.  “AG” must be written or checked on the entry tag if roses are arranger grown.  Only arranger grown entries are eligible for ARS medal certificates and rosettes.

e.  One entry per exhibitor is allowed in each class.  An exhibitor may enter as many classes as desired.  More than one exhibitor from the same garden may enter the same class.

f.  Accessories are allowed unless otherwise stated in the schedule.

g.  A small card of intent may be included with the arrangement to explain the interpretation of the theme or class title.

h.  An arrangement incorrectly placed will be judged in the class in which it is placed.

i.   Entries must be the work of the exhibitor. Advice may be solicited, but no other person may help with assembly of the exhibit or alter an exhibitor’s entry.

j.   Only the exhibitor may touch or move an arrangement.  However, in special circumstances, if efforts to locate the arranger have failed, the Arrangement Chairs may carefully move it.

7.  Infringement of the following rules will result in severe points penalty:

Painted or dyed fresh plant material and live creatures are not allowed.The use of plant material on the state and local conservation list are not permitted. 

Neither an American flag nor the flag of any country may be used in any way in a design.

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8.  Two causes of disqualification of an arrangement:                                                                                                                                                              

Roses not outdoor grown

Use of artificial plant material

9.  Judging: Judging will be in accordance with the current 2019 Revised ARS Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements, Modern Roses, Official List of Approved Names for Judges and Exhibitors, and recent Rose Registrations on the ARS website. By entering this show, under ARS Rules, exhibitors agree to abide by these rules.

SCORECARD FOR JUDGING ROSE ARRANGEMENTS

                                  Characteristic

    Points

Conformance: 5 points each
   

Naming of roses, Conformance to type of design, & 
   Specific schedule requirements  

15 possible

Design Principles: 5 points each

Balance, dominance, contrast, rhythm, proportion, & scale

30 possible

Perfection of the Roses:

Includes condition of other plant material

30 possible

Creativity and Expressiveness

Originality in the choice/use of components as related to the theme or class title.

15 possible

 

Distinction:

Uniqueness, sets the design apart, superiority in every      respect, which includes technical execution/construction

10 possible

Total Possible

100 points

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ARRANGEMENT AWARDS

Best Arrangement of Show:

Selected from entries in Sections A – D

Eligible for BRS Certificate and $25

Standard Size Roses:

Selected from the following Classes:  1-5, and 8 

ARS Gold Medal Certificate

ARS Silver Medal Certificate

ARS Bronze Medal Certificate

Miniature & Miniflora Roses:

Selected from the following Classes:  6-7

ARS Gold Medal Certificate 

ARS Silver Medal Certificate

ARS Bronze Medal Certificate

ARRANGEMENT CLASSES

Theme - “Out and About”

SECTION A:       FRESH STANDARD SIZE ROSES

JUNIOR ARRANGERS:  (17 AND YOUNGER): 
To be assembled at the show in designated area without adult assistance


CLASS 1    “At the Zoo”- Designer’s Choice of style; Traditional etc  

                     Style to be noted on the tag.                       

                     Eligible for the ARS Junior Arrangement Rosette and gift card

NOVICE ARRANGERS:  Have won no more than two first place Arrangement awards in an ARS Judged Show


CLASS 2    “At Yosemite Falls” - Traditional Line Design

                      Eligible for the ARS Best Novice Certificate

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EXPERIENCED ARRANGERS:  Novices are encouraged to enter these classes also.


CLASS 3    “Gathering with Friends” - Traditional Mass Design                                         

                     Eligible for the ARS Royalty Rosette

CLASS 4    “In a Japanese Tea Garden” - Naturalistic Design in East Asian Manner

                      using a tall container                            

                     Eligible for the ARS Oriental Rosette

CLASS 5     “Side by Side”- Modern Spatial Thrust Design

                      Eligible for the ARS Artist’s Rosette

 SECTION B:  FRESH MINIATURE OR MINIFLORA ROSES

CLASS 6    “On the Road”- Traditional Line Design

                      Eligible for the ARS Miniature Royalty Rosette                

CLASS 7    “Garden Pond at Nanzen-ji- Naturalistic Arrangement in East Asia

                      Manner using a low container with water showing

                     Eligible for the ARS Miniature Oriental Rosette

SECTION C:  TABLE CLASS

CLASS 8     “On a Picnic”- An Informal Functional Tray set for a picnic

                       For one person, no flatware. 

                       To be displayed in an area measuring 28 x 27 inches.  
                      

                       Eligible for the ARS Court of Etiquette Certificate

SECTION D:  DRIED ROSES

CLASS 9      “With Memories of Summer”- Designer’s Choice of Rosecraft

                       Use Standard Size Dried Roses. 

                       Other plant materials must also be dried.                                                                

                       Type of design to be noted on the tag.  
                      

                       Eligible for the ARS Rosecraft Certificate

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SECTION E:   JUDGES’ COMPETITION

                          Not eligible for Best Arrangement of Show

CLASS 10    “With Ikebana” - Standard or Miniature Arrangement

                       Designer’s Choice of design in the East Asian Manner.            

                       Type of design to be noted on the tag.  

                       Points for arrangement awards included in Judges’ Sweepstakes Award

                       Eligible for the ARS Judges Entry Certificate and $25.00

 HELPFUL INFORMATION from ARS Guidelines for Rose Arrangements

TRADITIONAL DESIGNS

Traditional Line Design:  Line compositions require restraint in the amount of plant material used.  Flowers and foliage are pruned to clarify the line. Traditional Line designs are simple. The line may be vertical, horizontal, crescent. Creativity is shown in the choice and use of plant materials, line formation,  colors, textures, and container.

Traditional Mass Design:  Mass designs have a closed silhouette, yet plant materials are not crowded. Some materials may extend beyond the basic shape of the design.  Each bloom is distinct.  Mass designs are symmetrical and can be oval, circular, fan-shaped, or triangular. Materials radiate from the focal area.

Modern Design:In Modern designs arrangers have freedom to express their ideas in creative designs where the keynote is simplicity with emphasis on color, form, texture and the all- important element of space. The arranger may manipulate or abstract any plant material except the rose bloom(s).

Modern Spatial Thrust Design:  Spatial Thrust Designs have two parallel placements of like materials with a volume of vacant space between them creating a feeling of thrust.

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Designs in the East Asian Manner:  Designs based on the Japanese art of flower arranging, but not necessarily following the strict rules of Ikebana. Designs may be classical, naturalistic or free style and show restraint in use of plant material.

Miniature Designs:  May use Miniature or Miniflora roses, but not together in the same design.  Designs not to exceed 10” in width, depth, or height. The principles of proportion and scale are of foremost importance in all aspects of miniature designs especially the container, roses,and other plant material. The background should be in pleasing proportion to the size of the design.

Table Classes:  Basic requirements are a dish, a drinking vessel and a rose arrangement.  Other components such as napkins may be used. There should be visually pleasing relationships of the materials to the space provided and to each other.  Use appropriate scale so the tray does not appear crowded or bare.

Dried Roses:  Form and color are the two most important qualities in the condition and perfection of dried roses. Maintaining the natural form of roses presents the most difficult problem in drying.

Dried roses cannot be dyed or treated with preservatives. Whether the arranger uses air drying, freeze drying, silica gel, a microwave, or a dehydrator, the judge sees only the final product and must evaluate accordingly.

Suggestions for exhibitors: 

Read the 2019 Revised ARS Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements.

Note: Oriental is now East Asian.

Website: rose.org - Go to Get Involved, drop down to Arrangements, and chose Guidelines

Use Google and other search engines to look for images of the design types and theme inspiration.

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DIVISION III - PHOTOGRAPHY

Photography Division Rules & Information

The show will be governed by the standard rules, regulations and guidelines of the American Rose Society. 

For details see Guidelines & Rules for Judging Rose Photography (11/2020). 


New:  Side Buds are now a potential penalization. One or more side buds in classes where side buds were formerly not permitted (one bloom per stem and open bloom hybrid teas, grandifloras, minifloras, and miniatures) are not a disqualification, they are a fault in stem and foliage in these classes and are penalized only to the degree of distraction, if any.

1.  The same photograph must not be entered in more than one class. Exhibitors are limited to two entries per class, including Judges’ Class.

2.  Photography entries must be pre-registered by 8 pm., Wednesday, October 27, 2021.  Contact Jean Miller tjmsc51@yahoo.com or telephone at (530) 514-4857

Please list the classes and number of photos in each  class you plan to enter. Photographs that have not been pre-registered will be accepted where space is available.

3.  Roses in photography entries must have been grown in an outdoor garden. To be eligible for ARS medal certificates photographed roses must also be Exhibitor Grown. Note EG on the entry tag.

4.  Photographs are to be matted.  Mounting with a backing board of cardboard, art board or foam board is highly recommended, but not required for this show.  NO FRAMES permitted.

5.  Entries in Classes 1 - 15 must be 8”x10” photographs with 11”x14” mat. Entries in the Junior Class 16 may be 5”x7” photographs with an 8”x10” mat.

6.  Photographs must be in color.  Exception: Creative Interpretation and Macro Photography classes that allow color, black & white, sepia, and combinations of these.

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7.  Previous winning photographs, defined as winners of ARS Gold, Silver or Bronze medal certificates or ARS Photography Rosettes (Queen, King or Princess), or first through fourth place in any ARS Digital Photography Contest (at national, district or local society level), may not be entered in this show.  

8. Rose varieties must be entered under ARS approved exhibition names as listed in any one of the official ARS publications: See Page 5, Rule 4.

9.  Use one horticulture entry tag for each exhibit. Complete the TOP and BOTTOM of the tag with all information: class number, rose name if required, photographer’s name, address, and other information requested for the class. If the photograph is of roses grown by the photographer, EG (Exhibitor Grown) must be written in the upper right hand corner of the entry tag. Only EG labeled entries are eligible for ARS Medal Certificates.

10.  Paper clip your entry tag to the FRONT upper left corner of the matted photograph. Proper placement of the entry tag will determine proper orientation of each photograph for judging.  Be sure the tag is securely folded so that the photographer name is NOT revealed. Also write TOP on the BACK of the exhibit to assist with orientation.  Nothing must identify the photographer anywhere on the photograph. 


11.  Entries must be submitted on the day of the show from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m.  Entries must be collected after the close of the show and before 5:30 p.m. that day.

12.  For early entry or late pick-up, please contact Jean Miller in advance of show day.  See Page 24, #2 for contact information.

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13.  AWARDS

First, Second, and Third place awards or no award may be awarded in each Class.  Multiple first through third place awards may be awarded in each Class at the discretion of the Judges.

A Best in Class winner may be selected from the all the first place winners in a Class, and awarded a BRS Photographic Excellence certificate

ARS Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medal certificates may be awarded to the highest scoring, EXHIBITOR GROWN, blue ribbon winners in the show.

The winner of the Gold Medal Certificate will be awarded $25.

14.  Reasons for entries to be disqualified include:

       •     Misnamed rose

       •     Unlabeled or mislabeled entry

       •     Exhibitor’s name visible

       •     Previously exhibited photograph

       •     Roses NOT outdoor grown

15.  Care will be given to safeguard the photograph exhibits.

See Page 6, Rule 12 for disclaimers. 

16.  All rights to the submitted photographs are retained by the owners of the photographs. However, by submitting a photograph to the contest,the exhibitor

(1) warrants that he or she owns the copyright of the submitted photograph and is not legally prohibited from submitting it to the contest, and

(2) agrees to allow the Butte Rose Society to display the photo at the  2021 Festival of Roses.

OFFICIAL SCORECARD FOR PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES

Conformance - 5 pts

Composition - 15 pts

Distinction - 15 pts

Technique - 15 pts

Specific Section Criteria - 50 pts

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PRIME ELEMENTS of PHOTOGRAPHY JUDGING

The approach to perfection in a rose photograph is judged on five qualities.

1.  Conformance:  The photograph follows the rules of this schedule and  the class in which the exhibit is entered. 

2.  Composition:  Includes color quality, lack of distraction, contrast, balance, viewpoint, framing of the subject, direction of movement and diagonals where applicable. The point of interest should be the roses(s).



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



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

5.  Specific Criteria: The Rose (Bloom or Spray) – When judging a photograph of a horticultural specimen, many of the rules in the ARS Guidelines & Rules for Judging Roses will be utilized.

The Rose Arrangement – When judging a photograph of a rose arrangement, the rules in the ARS Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements will be utilized.

The Rose Garden – Public gardens MUST be named. Roses should dominate within the photograph, and the fact that the flowers are  roses should be obvious.

Creative Interpretation – The photograph should demonstrate originality and creativity. Photo-editing software may be used for enhancement. Creative namingof the exhibit is part of the creative interpretation of the exhibit.Individual rose varieties need not be identified on the entry tag for this class.

Macro - The photograph should be an extreme close-up of any part of the rose or rose plant. Color, Black & White, Sepia, or combinations of these are permitted in this class.

Novice Photographers – Many times when judging a novice class, the judge is a little more lenient with the rules, but the same principles as listed above still apply.

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DIVISION III   PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES

Section A

AMATEUR CLASSES

CLASS 1  One Bloom, at its most perfect stage.

One bloom of a Hybrid Tea,  Grandiflora, Floribunda, Miniature, or Miniflora rose.

Roses designated as “single” must be entered in the Fully-Open Bloom class (Class3).

Identify variety.


AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 2   One Spray

One stem with two or more blooms of a Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda, Miniature, or Miniflora rose.

Identify variety.

AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 3   Fully-Open Bloom

One bloom, fully open, stamens must show.

Identify variety.

AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 4   Old Garden Rose, Shrub, Species, Polyantha, or Large-Flowered Climber

One bloom per stem, with or without side buds, OR spray with one stem and two or more blooms.

Identify variety.

WARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 5   Other Rose Photograph

Any rose related photo.  For example multiple sprays, rose hips, critters on a rose, roses in winter etc.

Varieties need not be identified.

AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 6   A Rose Arrangement: Traditional, Modern or in the Far East Manner

The arrangement should adhere to the American Rose Society Guidelines for Judging Rose Arrangements.

Arranger’s name MUST be indicated on the entry tag. Roses need not be identified.


AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

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CLASS 7   Macro Photography

An extreme close-up photo of any part of the rose or rose plant.  Color,  Black & White, Sepia, or combinations of these are permitted in this class. 

Identify variety.

AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 8    Creative Interpretation

The photograph should demonstrate originality and creativity. This may include processes used to alter the original image. Photo enhancement software is permitted. Color, Black & White, Sepia, or combinations of these are permitted.The creative naming of the  exhibit is part of the creative presentation of interpretation the exhibit.

Individual rose varieties need not be identified.

AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 9    Rose Garden - Private or Public

Photographs should show the use of roses within the structure of a garden. Roses should dominate in the photograph, and some layout of the garden should be visible.

The name of the public rose garden MUST be listed on the entry tag.

AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

Section B

NOVICE CLASSES

Open only to those exhibitors who have not previously won a Best of Class in an Amateur Class of an ARS Digital Photography Contest.  Novice classes follow the same guidelines as the regular classes.  Novice entrants may enter Amateur Class 4, 6, 7, or 8 for which there is no Novice equivalent.

CLASS 10  One Bloom, at its most perfect stage

One bloom, of any variety of rose.

Identify variety. 

AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 11   One Spray

One stem with two or more blooms, any type of rose.

Identify variety.


AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

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CLASS 12   Fully-Open Bloom 

One bloom, fully open, stamens must show.

Identify variety.

AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 13   Rose Garden – Private or Public

Photographs should show the use of roses within the structure of a garden. Roses should dominate in the photograph, and some layout of the garden should be visible. The name of the public rose garden MUST be listed on the entry tag.

AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

CLASS 14   Other Rose Photograph

Any rose related photo.  For example, multiple sprays, rosehips, critters on a rose, roses in winter etc.

Varieties need not be identified.

AWARD: BRS Best of Class Certificate

Section C

JUDGES’ CLASS 

This section is open only to those judging the photography section of this show.  A special panel of judges will judge this section.

CLASS 15    One Bloom, at its most perfect stage 

One bloom of a Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, Floribunda, Miniature, or Miniflora rose.

Roses designated as “single” may be entered. Identify variety.

AWARD: ARS Best Judge Certificate and $25

Section D

JUNIOR EXHIBITORS (17 AND YOUNGER)   

CLASS 16    

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

Identify rose or activity 

Public Rose garden must be identified.
  

AWARD: Best of class BRS Certificate & a gift card

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DIVISION V - FRAGRANT ROSE CONTEST

1. Any fragrant rose may be entered on Saturday, October 30, 2021  from 7:00 – 10:00 a.m.

2. Roses must be properly named by variety. ARS approved exhibition names as listed in any one of the official ARS publications. Listed on Page 5, Rule 4.

3. Entry must be displayed in a milk glass vase supplied by BRS.

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

5. 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.

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. Contact the Placement Committee at the show for directions to the Fragrant Rose table.

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DIVISION VI – ROSE ARTS & CRAFTS

The following rules apply to all entries in the Arts & Crafts Division:  

1.  Entries must be the work of the exhibitor.

2.  Entries must be pre-registered by 8 p.m., Wednesday, October 27, 2021.  Contact “Perk-E” Perkins at (408)781-012 or email her at backstagelady784@yahoo.com.  Give your name and contact information, describe the exhibit, and the overall size of the exhibit including the display stand.

3.  Exhibitors must bring their own easel or other stand as needed to display the entry.

4.  The Rose Festival is open on Friday, October 29th, 11:00–11:30 a.m. for those wishing to bring in Arts & Crafts props. 

See Page 5, Rule 7. On Saturday, October 30th, the show is open for Arts & Crafts entries 7:00–9:00 a.m. 

All exhibits must be complete and in place by 9:00 a.m. on October 30, 2021.

5.  Use the challenge entry tag for each entry.  Be sure to complete both TOP and BOTTOM.

6.  Entries to be judged by the public. The entry receiving the highest number of votes is eligible for a BRS Certificate & $25.00.

7.  Exhibitors must remove all entries and stands after the close of the Festival and by 5:30 pm that day.

8.  Care will be given to safeguard the exhibits.  See Page 6, Rule 12 for disclaimers.

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Rose Arts and Craft Entry Suggestions:


1.  An original painting, drawing, print, or collage, any size and medium, with a rose or roses as the primary subject matter

2.  Needlework (quilting, needlepoint, embroidery, knitting, crocheting, etc.) with a rose or roses as the primary subject matter

3.  Craft (ceramics, pottery, glasswork, mosaic, wood, jewelry, accessories, clothing, leather work, etc.) with a rose or roses as the primary subject matter.

PAST ‘BEST IN SHOW’ WINNERS

2019 - ‘Dr. Jo' - Bill and Pat Reynolds

2018 - ‘Bowl of Blooms’ - Lesa Lane

2017 - ‘Playtime’ - Duane & Melody Carlson


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

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PAST QUEENS OF THE ROYAL COURT

Hybrid Teas & Grandifloras           

2019 - ‘Falling in Love’ - Mike Bertain

2018 - ‘Dick Clark’ - Wendy Pine


2017 - ‘Gemini’ - Duane & Melody Carlson


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

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PAST ‘GOLD MEDAL STANDARD ARRANGEMENT’ WINNERS

2019 - Gwen Quail

2018 - Gwen Quail

2017 - Gwen Quail

2016 - Sarah Williams


2015 - Rebecca Shaw


2014 - Alicia Stewart


2013 - Wendy Pine


2012 - Sherry Sommers

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 

PAST BEST OF SHOW IN PHOTOGRAPHY

2018 & 2019 - None qualified                                                        

2017 - ‘Dr. John Dickman’ - Lou Evans


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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End of Guidebook for 2021