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GEORGIA IRIS SOCIETY OFFICERS,Kathy Blackwell President. Cindy Thompson Past President,Barbie Head Co Vice Presidents. Quill Duncan Recording Secretary,Jackie Harvey Treasurer 678 482 5853. Patricia Bennett Corresponding Secretary Publicity 770 416 0750. GEORGIA IRIS SOCIETY FLOWER SHOW COMMITTEE 2010,Show Chairperson Gerald Johnson. Show Correspondence Gerald Johnson 1866 Mount Zion Rd Carrollton GA 30117 770 437 0000. Classification I D Gerald Johnson and Club Members. Clerks Melissa Foster,Design Entries Diana Wright,Hospitality GIS Members.
Placement Pat Bennett Melissa Foster,Staging and Supplies Ron Tuck Jack Harvey. Schedule Gerald Johnson 770 437 0000,Judges Doris Luellen Carolyn Hawkins. The Rules of The American Iris Society cannot be violated in the show. AMERICAN IRIS SOCIETY AWARDS GEORGIA IRIS SOCIETY AWARDS. 1 Special GIS Club Award to the finest horticulture specimen in the show. 2 Special GIS Club Award to sweepstakes winner in Division I Sections A B D E F. 3 Special GIS Club Award to the best exhibit in Division VII Design. 4 Special GIS Club Award to the best exhibit in Division III Youth. 5 Special GIS Club Award to the best exhibit in Division I Sections A B C D E F In addition. to Section Awards specimens may be selected from Divisions I II III for a total of 12 by the Judges. for display on the Queens table, 6 The Robert and Mary Bolton Historical Iris Award will be presented to the best Historical Iris in. both Division I and Division V, Duplicates of the above awards will be available in the Commercial Division as in Division I. The Georgia Iris Society may offer additional local awards to be determined before the show. NOTE Sections or groups of bulbous irises collections and English boxes are eligible to receive award. ribbons special section awards and section rosettes Award ribbons are included in the tally for Silver and. Bronze Medal Certificates although these entries are not eligible for the Best Specimen of Show award. The American Iris Society Standard system of Awards will be used One 1st place award ribbon blue. one 2nd place ribbon red one 3rd place ribbon white may be awarded TO EACH CULTIVAR As. many Honorable Mention ribbons pink as quality merits may be awarded Blue ribbon winners must. score 90 or above, 1 Silver medal and certificate for the most blue ribbons in Division I Sections A B D E F In.
case of a tie red then white then pink ribbons will be counted. 2 Bronze medal and certificate for the second most blue ribbons in Division I Sections A B D E. 3 Purple Rosette for the finest specimen in Division I selected from all cultivars except Sections C. 4 Purple Rosette for Sweepstakes Division I Sections A B D E F. 5 Purple Rosette for best specimen in Sections A B D E F. 6 Purple Rosette for best specimen in Youth Division if merited. 7 Purple Rosette for seedling most worthy of introduction. 8 Exhibition Certificate to seedling that fulfills AIS requirements. 9 Bronze Medal and Certificate for best Educational exhibit. 10 Purple Rosette for Best Design of the show,GENERAL RULES. 1 This accredited show is being held and judged under the rules and regulations of the American Iris. Society as set forth in the 2007 edition of the Handbook for Judges and Show Officials. 2 Decisions of the judges will be final Awards may be withheld if not merited. 3 All entries must be placed between 7 30 a m and 10 00 a m Saturday May 3 2014 The. preparation area must be cleaned and all entries in all divisions ready for judging by 10 00 a m. 4 Only authorized Show committee members may remain in the show area during judging. 5 All containers and properties of exhibitors must be marked with name and address. 6 Entry tags and ribbons may NOT be removed until after the show closes. 7 Exhibits must remain until 4 00 p m on Saturday and removed by 5 00 p m Entry tags and ribbons. may be claimed after that hour Blue ribbons and rosettes remaining will be held or mailed to the. exhibitor Certificates medals from AIS have to be ordered and will be distributed at a future. 8 There must be an emphasis on fresh plant material. DIVISION I HORTICULTURE RULES, 1 All iris growers except Horticulture Judges for this show are eligible to enter Division I. 2 Each variety constitutes a separate class staged alphabetically from A to Z in each section An. exhibitor may make only one entry per variety but may enter as many varieties as desired. 3 All entries must have been grown and entered in person by the exhibitor and must be correctly. named and labeled 4 Seedlings must be entered under seedling numbers or registered. name and must be made in the name of the owner or originator of this clone. 5 The Classification Committee may create new groups for exhibits which do not fit in this schedule. combine or divide groups with too few or excessive entries and correct errors in entry. classification and identification of irises, 6 Entry Tags for Horticulture maybe secured by calling Gerald Johnson at. 770 437 0000 These should be filled out in advance if possible and use waterproof ink or pencil. Address stickers may be used for the exhibitor name and address. 7 Exhibitors must use containers for collections of more than one specimen furnished by the. exhibitor Containers will be furnished by GIS, 8 Exhibitors in the Historic Section B must list on the entry card the date of introduction. DIVISION I HORTICULTURE CLASSIFICATION, A cultivar show staged alphabetically except for Section F.
SECTION A Tall Bearded one Specimen Stalk, SECTION B Historic Irises one specimen stalk introduced prior to 1985 Date of introduction must be. indicated on the entry card, SECTION C Tall Bearded single specimen flower Blue ribbons in this section will NOT be counted for. Sweepstakes Awards, SECTION D Other than Tall Bearded one specimen stalk. a Miniature Dwarf b Standard Dwarf c Intermediate,d Miniature Tall e Border f Any Other. SECTION E Other than Bearded Iris, a Dutch b Siberian c Species d Louisiana e Any Other.
SECTION F Multiple Entries,Group1 Three specimens one variety. a Bearded b Dutch c Siberian,d Species e Louisiana f Any Other. Group 2 Three specimens different varieties,a Bearded b Dutch c Siberian. d Species e Louisiana f Any Other,Group 3 Five Specimens one variety. a Bearded b Dutch c Siberian,d Species e Louisiana f Any Other.
Group 4 Five Specimens different varieties,a Bearded b Dutch c Siberian. d Species e Louisiana f Any Other, SECTION G Iris with Unknown Name any Iris that the exhibitor can not id may be placed in this. group and will be judged for ribbons only no rosettes and do not count toward sweepstakes. DIVISION II SEEDLINGS, An entry in the seedling division consists of any unintroduced iris of any type which cannot be entered in any. other division of the show Seedlings must be entered under seedling number or registered name and must be. made in the name of the owner or originator of the clone An Exhibition Certificate EC is awarded to any. deserving seedling that receives at least five 5 votes cast by accredited judges attending the show The Best. Seedling of the show automatically receives the EC. DIVISION III YOUTH All Youth Exhibits Under 19 Entries will be subdivided by school grade. Please state this information on entry tags Each exhibit must be the work of the individual A blue ribbon. winner must score 90 or above Note Youth Design Award will only require a point score of 90 to win. Horticulture Entries will use the same Section numbers as adult divisions. Design Youth Class judging the same as the adult division. DIVISION IV NOVICE HORTICULTURE This division will be for an exhibitor who has never won. a blue ribbon for a stalk in Horticulture, Same rules classes and awards as Division I but does not go to Queens table and can. not win rosettes,DIVISION V COMMERCIAL, Those that grow Iris to sell commercially are encouraged to consider entering this Division rather than.
Division I Growers may not enter both Division I and Division V. A cultivar show staged alphabetically except for Section F. SECTION A Tall Bearded one Specimen Stalk, SECTION B Historic Irises one specimen stalk introduced prior to 1985 Date of introduction must be. indicated on the entry card, SECTION C Tall Bearded single specimen flower Blue ribbons in this section will NOT be counted for. Sweepstakes Awards, SECTION D Other than Tall Bearded one specimen stalk. a Miniature Dwarf b Standard Dwarf c Intermediate,d Miniature Tall e Border f Any Other. SECTION E Other than Bearded Iris, a Dutch b Siberian c Species d Louisiana e Any Other.
SECTION F Multiple Entries,Group1 Three specimens one variety. a Bearded b Dutch c Siberian,d Species e Louisiana f Any Other. Group 2 Three specimens different varieties,a Bearded b Dutch c Siberian. d Species e Louisiana f Any Other,Group 3 Five Specimens one variety. a Bearded b Dutch c Siberian,d Species e Louisiana f Any Other.
Group 4 Five Specimens different varieties,a Bearded b Dutch c Siberian. d Species e Louisiana f Any Other, SECTION G Iris with Unknown Name any Iris that the exhibitor can not id may be placed in this. group and will be judged for ribbons only no rosettes and do not count toward sweepstakes. DIVISION VI EDUCATIONAL, Exhibits must pertain to some facet of growing showing or use of irises in the landscape etc A minimum. of 18 square feet shall be used Space used may be horizontal vertical or a combination There may be. one or more ribbons, SCALE OF POINTS FOR EDUCATIONAL AWARD National Garden Club Inc scale. Educational Value 60,Interest to viewers 25,Clear concise presentation 15.
Adequate educational signs tags 10, Follows NGC objectives 10 Environment conservation culture recycling etc. Staging 20,Craftsmanship technique 10,Distinction 10. Creativity and Expression 20,DIVISION VII DESIGN RULES. 1 This Division of the show is staged using the guidelines of the National Garden Clubs Handbook for. Flower Shows 2007 edition with all updates, 2 Reservations will be accepted on a first come basis by telephoning Entries Chairperson or the Show. Chair Gerald Johnson at 770 437 0000 After a reservation has been accepted the designer is responsible. for obtaining a substitute if unable to exhibit and for notifying the Entries Chairperson of the change. 3 Designs may be placed between 7 30 a m and 9 00 a m Saturday May 3 2014 Designs must be. placed and the area cleaned for judging at 10 00 a m Designs may be removed AFTER 4 00 p m. Saturday May 3 2014 and must be removed no later than 5 00 p m. 4 All designs must have been created and placed by one exhibitor and MUST contain one or more iris. blooms The plant material used in a design does not have to have been grown by the designer. 5 Artificial flowers fruits or vegetables are not permitted Fresh plant materials may never be treated in. any manner, 6 Only one exhibit is permitted by an exhibitor in each class and within the designated restrictions for.
entrants indicated in the class description, 7 Exhibitors under the age of 19 may enter the adult classes in addition to the youth classes. 8 The National Garden Club Standard System of judging will be used for awarding the AIS Iris Ribbons. which allows one 1st blue scoring 90 or above one 2nd red scoring 85 or above one 3rd white. scoring 80 or above and one or more honorable mentions pink scoring 75 or above in a class where. 9 The decision of the judges will be final Design judging will begin at 10 30 am Saturday May 3 2014. 10 Judges are requested to prepare comment cards Comments should include a positive comment and. any errors should be based on the principles of design in a constructive manner. 11 Any type design listed in the Handbook for Flower Shows 2007 edition with all updates may be. entered unless the schedule calls for a specific type IRIS MUST BE USED IN ALL DESIGNS. Innovative staging is encouraged and may be incorporated into the design. 12 Landscapes or scenes are not permitted Accessory objects and featured objects are permitted but. should not dominate the design, 13 The official American and other national flags are not permitted to be used within designs In addition. to the design itself use of any official national flag as an underlay background skirting draping etc is. also prohibited throughout all divisions, 14 Living members of the animal kingdom are not permitted in the Design Division. 15 UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED all designs will be staged on tables 27 from the floor covered with. a sea foam green cloth Backgrounds are required to be provided by the designer This will allow for the. appropriate color choice to be used to enhance the design These may be purchased from office or school. supply stores This staging will allow the design a space of 24 wide by 36 high Any background cover. desired is permitted as long as it fits within the space Underlays are permitted and may add to the overall. appearance of the design Would suggest underlays be the same color as the background. 16 Each design must be accompanied by a 3 x 5 card listing all plant material used Include iris cultivar. name if possible Exhibitor s interpretation of the design must also be included on the card to assist the. judges Many times this explanation is vital to understand the meaning of the exhibitor. 17 The Georgia Iris Society or any sponsor will not be responsible for any properties or materials used in. this show but all caution and care will be exercised. DESIGN CLASSES The Theatrical Iris,Class 1 Madam Butterfly. A design in the Oriental manner using restraint of components and plant materials The staging will. be on wooden stools 29 1 4 high with a top 13 in diameter A larger top may be affixed to increase. the size but no larger than 18 No background will be used The back of the designs should have. some additional plant material as it will be free standing and staged in an open area. Class 2 My Fair Lady, This design can be traditional or creative and will represent any inspiration that comes to mind.
Design Rule No 15 describes the staging,Class 3 The Theatrical Iris. On Golden Pons Lady Sings The Blues Some Like It Hot or Moulin Rouge your pick. imagined by you and, depicted by your choice of plant materials and other components Make a traditional design Design Rule. No 15 describes the staging,Class 4 My Favorite Disney Movie Youth Only. Thiscreative or traditional design type can tell your story of what your favorite Disney Movie might be. Design Rule No 15 describes the staging,SCALE OF POINTS FOR ALL DESIGNS. Conformance to schedule requirements 20,Design Elements Principles 42.
Artistic concept selection organization 12,Expression interpretation of class 10. Distinction marked superiority in a11 respects 16, You are invited to join the Georgia Iris Society and the American Iris Society Information on. membership rates are, GEORGIA IRIS SOCIETY Single Annual 7 50 Dual Annual 10 00 Youth 5 00. Make checks out to Georgia Iris Society and send to. Jackie Harvey 5805 Lenox Park Place Sugar Hill GA 30518 Phone 678 482 5853. AMERICAN IRIS SOCIETY, Single Annual 25 00 Single Triennial 60 00 Single Life 450 00. Dual Annual 30 00 Dual Triennial 75 00 Dual Life 545 00.


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