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Re: help needed

What do daylily folks have against driftwood?

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Feb 26, 2007, at 10:33 PM, Chris wrote:

> Judy,
> These are great ideas! I'm definitely saving them!  I decided while
> looking
> through some garden books that "Through the Garden Gate" sounded
> like an
> easy theme.  "Secret Gardens" was one of my classes!
> Here's my first draft:
> DIVISION IV:  DESIGN Through the Garden Gate
> Section 1:  Eligible for the AHS Tricolor rosette.  Exhibit must
> include all
>              fresh plant material with daylilies dominating.
>    Class A:  The Cutting Garden
> 	Recreate a profusion of blooms in a fanciful mass arrangement with a
> casual style to be staged on a table space 30 D x 40 W, seen from
> all
> sides. 	There is no restriction as to height.  Table top material is
> permitted.
>    Class B:  The Secret Garden
> 	A romantic place setting for one with a freestyle floral arrangement
> using a found item. Choice of a 30 square space on a large table
> or a 30
> round table with white cloth to floor.  You must supply overlay for
> either.
> Please reserve shape. Accessories permitted.  No driftwood.
>     Class C:  The Tropical Garden
> 	A creative design arrangement, that has a tropical flair. Staged on
> a table space 30 W x 30 deep, there is no size requirement for
> height.
> Back	boards are available to drape fabric from. If a backboard is not
> used, the arrangement must be finished on all sides. Background and
> foreground
> 	materials are permitted.
> Do I have to specify "No driftwood"? Our previous schedules seem to
> all have
> that.
> Rewrites are welcomed!!! Also, any ideas or thoughts would be
> appreciated.
> This is my first attempt and I am relying heavily on past
> schedules!  My
> motto is "don't rock the boat"!
> Chris Petersen
> Northport, Long Island, New York
>  Zone 7a (Average min temp 50 - 00)
> chris@widom-assoc.com
> My garden: http://photos.yahoo.com/chrispnpt

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