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2016 SPRING ROSE SHOW SCHEDULE

THE ROSE SOCIETY

OF VICTORIA INC.

A0002241S

Presents

Spring Rose Show 2016

SCHEDULE

For Competitive and Non-Competitive Displays

VENUE

MOUNT WAVERLEY COMMUNITY CENTRE

Corner Stephensons Road & Miller Crescent

Mount Waverley

Adequate off street parking

Railway station opposite show venue

OPEN TO PUBLIC

Saturday 5th November 2016 - 1.00 pm to 5.30 pm

Sunday 6th November 2016 – 10.00 am to 4.30 pm







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HOW TO ENTER

All who may be considering entering are encouraged to attend a very helpful workshop on Tuesday October 11 at 8pm (arrive a little early to meet and mingle)

The workshop venue is

St James Anglican Church Hall,
Corner Burke Road and High Street,
Glen Iris at 8pm (Melway Reference 59 H 8).

Entries should be phoned through to Carl or Lorraine Ellefsen

Date: Wednesday 2nd November, 2016
Time: Between 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm

Telephone: Carl – 0457 097 162, Lorraine - 0488 788 775

Or Emailed: any time prior, but by no later than 8.00pm, Wednesday 2nd November, 2016
to
emmeck@tpg.com.au

N.B. Only state the class numbers you wish to enter, from the schedule – and the number of entries you will have in each of those classes.
If you have any doubt with rose ‘classifications’, please contact – Carl Ellefsen – 0457 097 162

Or Veronica O’Brien – 0497 453 181

Roses will be judged according to National Rose Society of Australia Revised 2013 Judging Standards,

except where otherwise specified. Copies of the book may be obtained from Beth Williams

for $6 posted. Phone 0418 359 996

STAGING and PREPARATION

The hall doors open at 6.00 am on Saturday 5th Nov 2016 for preparation only.
No staging onto Show Benches will be possible until setting up is completed.
You will be notified as soon as this is ready.
Exhibitors must collect their entry cards, and Variety Name Cards, from the front door table on Saturday morning.
A warning bell will sound at 11.00 am and all entries must be staged by 11.10 am Saturday. Judges and Stewards to assemble by 11.20 am, Judging will commence at 11.30 am sharp.


During Staging:

1) Exhibitors must place the entry card (which is to be placed face down), plus the Variety Name card, beside each exhibit, as/when the exhibit is placed onto the Show Bench.

2) Exhibitors MUST include the name of the rose on the variety card. (use ‘Unknown’, if necessary)
- Red cards for Australian Bred, Blue for Seedling Roses, and White for all other varieties.

3) Exhibitors are asked to make available surplus blooms (named) for non-competitive displays or for sale.

4) All exhibitors are requested to be present from 4.30 pm on Sunday 6th November (or arrange for someone else) to remove exhibits and help dismantle the show.
It is the responsibility of all exhibitors to collect their own equipment and cards.
No responsibility can be taken for exhibits, cards or trophies not collected.

Legend of abbreviations used in this Show Schedule

A.N.S. = Any Number of Stems

Cut = A main stem that carries more than one bloom and/or bud or buds.

D.V. = Different Varieties (or Cultivars)

H.T. = Hybrid Tea

N.N.D. = Not Necessarily Different (varieties)

S.S. = Staged Separately (in separate containers)

S./C. = Stems and/or cuts

MT = Miniature Type Roses (incl MT seedlings)
NAS = Not According to Schedule

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Notes, Definitions, Rules, and Regulations (For all definitions refer to the 2013 NRSA Judging Handbook)
1 There are three classes of exhibitors: Open, Intermediate, and Novice.

An Intermediate Class exhibitor must not have won more than 5 First prizes in intermediate section of RSV

shows.

A Novice Class exhibitor must not have won more than 5 First prizes in novice section of RSV shows.

2 A stem is defined as an original new growth which carries one bloom or one bud and has received no
check from pinching, stopping or pruning from the time of starting into growth to flowering.
Disbudding is not regarded as a check to growth under this definition. The stem should be proportionate
in thickness and length to the size of the bloom it supports.
3 A
cut is similar to a stem (original new growth) but carries more than one bloom, and/or bud or buds.

4 The term Exhibition Type/Form of Rose, or Hybrid Tea, or Large Flowered Rose, includes any type of rose
which can produce a specimen (Exhibition Form/stage) type of bloom obtained with or without disbudding.

5 Stems in all exhibits must touch water or water-retaining material.

6 A bowl is a round vessel of which the height is less than the width. The stem, pedestal or stand is not included
in the height. To be viewed from all sides. (maximum diameter of the exhibit is to be no more than 300mm)

7 All exhibits must be staged in containers provided by the Society, unless otherwise stated.

8 All blooms exhibited must be grown by the exhibitor, and must be from plants which have been grown by and
have been the exclusive property of the exhibitor for at least three months before the date of the exhibition.
9
** Sports of any type of roses do not qualify as Australian bred roses**

10 More than one member of any household may exhibit from the same garden, nursery or plant house,

provided that they exhibit at the classification of the highest classified member of that household.

Judging
Judges must possess revised 2013 Rules NRSA Judging Handbook -
available from Beth Williams for $5.00 ($6 posted).

11 Pointing as per the National Rose Society of Australia Rules.
Judging criteria for:

“Basket of Roses” – Condition is worth 4 points; Overall Beauty including evenness of size or graduation of
blooms 3 points; Stem and Foliage 2 points; Presentation 1 point.

Pellets – Delete 1 point for 1 pellet left in any entry and 2 points for 2 pellets. Entries with 3 or more pellets are
disqualified. (A Best Bunch or Bloom shall not be selected from an exhibit which has been disqualified.)

Name/Variety Cards – Exhibits will be penalised one point for each variety card unnamed or not presented with
the exhibit. All exhibits should be named but misnaming will not disqualify. Where the name of the rose is not
known or unnamed, the variety card will be marked “unknown” or “unnamed” (seedling roses parentage
preferred).

Duplicates – The showing of duplicates in Different - Variety classes, either with the same or different names,
will disqualify the exhibit.

12 The decision of the Judge or Judges in regard to the relative merits of the exhibit shall be final.

13 Judges can withhold awards if exhibits are not up to the expected standard.

14 Under exceptional circumstances, the State judging committee summoned by the Show Manager will have the
power, either before or after the judges’ decision has been given, to declare an exhibit disqualified, and their
decision shall be final. All protests against exhibits/ exhibitors must be received by the Show Manager no later
than 2.30 pm on the first day of the show, and the decision of the Judging Committee will be final and binding
on all parties.

15 All entries in Championship Classes must be pointed in decimals, except where there is only one entry.

Pointing may be used to separate entries of similar merit for championship and other schedule classes.

16 No person except the Show Manager, Judges and Stewards are permitted entry into the show area during
judging.

17 It is expected that all exhibitors will comply with the Society Rules where applicable.

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VICTORIAN STATE SPRING ROSE SHOW AWARDS


BEST EXHIBIT IN THE SHOW – CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS
To be selected from ALL CLASSES – GOLD MEDAL and $50 Prize.

BEST EXHIBITION BLOOM AWARDS

Each bloom will be selected from those staged singly in the Large Flowered Rose, Exhibition Bloom section.

CHAMPION EXHIBITION BLOOM of the Show – Gold Medal

RESERVE CHAMPION EXHIBITION BLOOM of the Show – Silver Medal

BEST AUSTRALIAN BRED EXHIBITION BLOOM – Silver Medal

BEST BUNCH AWARDS (Medals awarded at Judges discretion) :

BEST BUNCH OF THE SHOW - selected from ALL Bunches of one variety – a Gold Medal
This award is judged separately - by a new panel and pointed.

BEST BUNCH OF HYBRID TEA OR LARGE FLOWERED ROSES, 4-6 stems of one variety
(Classes 29-35)
– Silver Medal, Sam Brundrett Memorial Prize – from Roses & Fuchsias Nursery, Plus $75 voucher.

BEST BUNCH OF AUSTRALIAN BRED ROSES, 4-6 stems of one variety – a Silver Medal

BEST BUNCH OF AUSTRALIAN BRED (SEEDLING) ROSES 4-6 stems, not in commerce – a Silver Medal

BEST BUNCH OF FLORIBUNDA ROSES, 3-6 stems/cuts of 1 variety – Silver Medal

BEST BUNCH OF DECORATIVE BLOOMS OR SINGLE ROSES, 5-6 stems/cuts of 1 variety – Silver Medal

BEST CONTAINER OF OLD GARDEN, HERITAGE AND SPECIES ROSES, 4-6 stems/cuts of 1 variety – Silver Medal

BEST BUNCH OF MODERN SHRUB ROSES 3-6 stems/cuts of 1 variety – Silver Medal

SEEDLING ROSE AWARD:

THE BEST AUSTRALIAN BRED (SEEDLING) ROSE EXHIBIT not in commerce (incl Large and Mini Roses)

Judges MAY award a Gold Medal at their discretion

Note: No Sports allowed in the seedling classes.

AWARD for Best Display from CLASSES = 92 – 97. $20 donated by Barbara Watson

INTERMEDIATE AGGREGATE AWARD

Awarded to the exhibitor gaining the highest number of points in the Intermediate classes

The winner will receive a $25 voucher from Roses & Fuchsias Nursery.

Points will be awarded as follows: First 3; Second 1.

NOVICE AGGREGATE AWARD

Awarded to the exhibitor gaining the highest number of points in the Novice classes

The winner will receive $25 voucher from Roses & Fuchsias Nursery.

Points will be awarded as follows: First 3; Second 1.

AUSTRALIAN BRED AGGREGATE AWARD $50 donated by Laurie Newman

From CLASSES = 4,5,6,15,31,32,41,42,44,45,59,87

Points will be awarded as follows: First 3; Second 1.


HERITAGE ROSES AGGREGATE AWARD $50 donated by Laurie Newman

From CLASSES = 74 - 85
Points will be awarded as follows: First 3; Second 1.

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SCHEDULE

SECTION 1 LARGE-FLOWERED ROSE

EXHIBITION BLOOMS Wiring is permitted.

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

1

Victorian Spring Championship
6 exhibition blooms, D.V. S.S.
Neutrog Australia Prize and Blue Ribbon

1st - $50.00
2
nd - $15.00

2

1 exhibition bloom.

$10.00

3

3 exhibition blooms N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

4

1 Australian bred exhibition bloom.

$10.00

5

1 Australian bred seedling, exhibition bloom, not in commerce

$10.00

6

3 Australian bred roses, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE. (An intermediate Class exhibitor must move into the Open Class after winning 5 prizes in Intermediate.)

7

1 exhibition bloom.

$10.00

8

3 exhibition blooms N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

NOVICE. (A Novice Class exhibitor must move into the Intermediate Class after winning 5 novices prizes.)

9

1 exhibition bloom.

$10.00

10

3 exhibition blooms N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

11

1 exhibition bloom, to be staged by a competitor exhibiting in RSV Show for the 1st time. Bob Mullin Memorial Prize

$10.00

DECORATIVE BLOOMS Wiring is not permitted

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

12

1 stem/cut.

$10.00

13

3 stems/cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

14

1 bunch of decorative blooms, 1 variety, 5-6 stems/cuts.

$10.00

15

1 bunch of Australian bred decorative blooms (incl seedlings),
-1 variety, 5-6 stems/cuts

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE.

16

1 stem/cut.

$10.00

NOVICE.

17

1 stem/cut.

$10.00

FULL BLOOM ROSES (Fully Open Blooms) Wiring is not permitted
(excluding SINGLE TYPE Roses, POLYANTHA Roses, and MT Roses)

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

18

1 Full Bloom rose. (stamens must be showing)

$10.00

19

3 Full Bloom roses, N.N.D. S.S. (stamens must be showing)
(staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE.

20

1 Full Bloom rose. (stamens must be showing)

$10.00

NOVICE.

21

1 Full Bloom rose. (stamens must be showing)

$10.00

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SECTION 1 LARGE-FLOWERED ROSES
(continued)

SINGLE TYPE ROSES Wiring is not permitted.
Note: A Single Type rose may be taken from a HT, Floribunda or Shrub rose and must comply with National Rules (Roses with up to 8 petals only – one row of 5 petals and up to 3 in a 2nd row)
(Miniatures or Mini-Floras will not be accepted.)

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

22

“Super Single” 1 bunch N.N.D. 5-6 stems/cuts in one container, (staged at back), plus 1 stem/cut, S.S. (staged in front)

The Alex Heyes Perpetual Memorial Rose Bowl.
(Winner responsible for collecting trophy bowl.)

$30.00

23

1 stem/cut

$10.00

24

3 stems/cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE.

25

1 stem/cut

$10.00

26

3 stems/cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (stage back, mid, front)

$10.00

NOVICE.

27

1 stem/cut

$10.00

28

3 stems/cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00


BUNCHES HYBRID TEA OR LARGE FLOWERED ROSES (Including climbers)

Unless otherwise stated in the schedule, a Bunch shall consist of five or six stems.
Stems will be counted at the level of the top of the container.
Wiring is not permitted.

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

29

Victorian H.T. or Large Flowered Bunch Championship
3 bunches D.V., (each bunch is to contain ONE variety/cultivar)
W. G. Treloar Memorial Award and Blue Ribbon

1st - $50.00
2
nd - $15.00

30

1 bunch of 1 variety

$10.00

31

1 bunch of 1 variety of an Australian bred rose

$10.00

32

1 bunch - Australian seedling rose, 1 variety, not in commerce, 4-6 stems

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE.

33

1 bunch of 1 variety, N.N.D. 3-6 stems

$10.00

NOVICE.

34

1 bunch of roses, N.N.D. 3-6 stems Bill Nelson Trophy

Trophy



BUNCHES - FULL BLOOM ROSES
(Fully Open Blooms)
(excluding SINGLE TYPE and POLYANTHA roses) Wiring is not permitted

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

35

1 bunch of Full Bloom roses, N.N.D. (stamens must be showing)

$10.00


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SECTION 1 LARGE-FLOWERED ROSES (continued)


MULTI-STAGE EXHIBITS (Please refer to page 19 of the 2013 NRSA Judges Handbook)

1 Bud, 1 Exhibition Bloom, and 1 Full Bloom, staged together in 1 container . Wiring is not permitted

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

36

1 bunch of 1 variety in 3 different stages of development, 1 container.

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE.

37

1 bunch of 1 variety in 3 different stages of development, 1 container

$10.00

NOVICE.

38

1 bunch of 1 variety in 3 different stages of development, 1 container.

$10.00



SECTION 2 FLORIBUNDA ROSES
Wiring is not permitted.

A Floribunda bunch shall consist of a maximum of six stems and/or cuts,
and with a minimum of 10 blooms opening in total. (more than ‘bud-stage’) Side Buds are permitted.
Stems and Cuts will be counted at the level of the top of the container.

CLASS

OPEN BUNCHES

1st Prize

39

Victorian Floribunda Championship – 3 bunches Floribunda roses D.V.
(each bunch is to contain ONE variety/cultivar)
(NB : Large Flowered Climbers are excluded)

Amgro Products 1st Prize Amgro Product & Blue Ribbon for Championship

2nd prize Amgro Product

1st

2nd

40

1 bunch, 1 variety

$10.00

41

1 bunch of Australian bred roses, (including seedlings) N.N.D.

$10.00

42

1 bunch of “Victoria Gold”

$10.00

OPEN

43

1 stem/cut

$10.00

44

1 stem/cut of an Australian bred rose

$10.00

45

1 stem/cut of an Australian seedling rose, not in commerce

$10.00

46

3 stems/cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE.

47

1 stem/cut

$10.00

48

3 stems/cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

49

1 bunch, N.N.D.

$10.00

50

1 bunch, “ Iceberg” any number any colour

$10.00

NOVICE.

51

1 stem/cut

$10.00

52

3 stems/cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

53

1 bunch, N.N.D.

$10.00

54

1 bunch, “Iceberg” any number any colour

$10.00

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SECTION 3 MINIATURE (MT) ROSES
These are roses deemed as registered as Miniature and Climbing Miniature Roses. Wiring is not permitted
(NB
‘The Fairy’
can only be shown in the Polyanthus Section - see Class 77)

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

55

Victorian Miniature Championship - 3 bunches, N.N.D. ,
(each bunch is to contain ONE variety/cultivar) viewed from the front.
A maximum of 6 stems and/or cuts of the same cultivar per Bunch, counted at the level of the top of the container.
Rose Paradise 1st Cash Prize and Blue Ribbon

1st - $50.00
2
nd - $10.00


56

1 Rose Stem, (single bloom) of ‘Exhibition’ form/stage of opening.

$10.00

57

1 Rose Stem, (single bloom) of ‘Full Bloom’ stage. (Stamens must be showing)

$10.00

58

1 Cut – with minimum of 6 blooms/florets, opened beyond the bud stage.

$10.00

59

1 stem/cut of an Australian Bred Seedling Rose

$10.00

60

1 container of 3-6 stems/cuts. N.N.D.

$10.00

60A

1 bunch of 1 variety in 3 different stages of development, 1 container. (Please refer to page 19 of the 2013 NRSA Judges Handbook)

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE.

61

1 stem or cut

$10.00

62

3 stems or miniature cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

63

1 container, not more than 6 stems/cuts, N.N.D.

$10.00

NOVICE.

64

1 stem or cut

$10.00

65

3 stems or cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

66

1 container, not more than 6 stems/cuts, N.N.D.

$10.00

SECTION 4 MISCELLANEOUS and NOVELTY SECTION Wiring is not permitted.
* Classes 69 and 70 – Rose must float, stem must not touch container bottom.

CLASS

1st Prize

67

1 Large-Flowered FRAGRANT Rose

$10.00

68

1 container roses, any type, in 2 COLOURS, 6 stems/cuts

$10.00

69 *

1 LARGE FLOWERED bloom floating in water. Container supplied.

$10.00

70 *

1 MINIATURE bloom floating in water. Container supplied.

$10.00

71

1 bunch of novelty roses, 3-6 stems/cuts N.N.D. striped, frilled or bi-colours only.

$10.00

71A

1 miniature rose in a frame. Frame supplied.

$10.00

71B

1 potted miniature rose. Maximum size of pot 30 cm.

$10.00


MINI-FLORA ROSES
Wiring is not permitted

72

1 Container Mini-Flora blooms, 3-6 stems/cuts, N.N.D.

$10.00

72A

1 stem/cut Mini-Flora bloom(s)

$10.00


POLYANTHUS ROSES
‘The Fairy’
can only be shown in the Polyanthus Section Wiring is not permitted

73

1 Container of Polyanthus blooms, 3-6 stems/cuts N.N.D.

$10.00

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SECTION 5
OLD GARDEN, HERITAGE, and SPECIES ROSES.

Wiring is not permitted.

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

74

Vic. Old Garden, Heritage, and Species Rose Championship

This is to be an exhibit of 3 bunches of different varieties of these rose types. To be viewed from the front with particular emphasis on decorative effect. Each bunch shall contain a maximum of six stems and/or cuts of one cultivar/variety counted at the level of the top of the container.
Mistydowns
1st Prize - Gift Voucher $50.00, plus Blue ribbon

Gift Voucher
1
st - $50.00
2
nd - $15.00

75

1 bowl, N.N.D. (See Rule 6, page 3) Maximum space 300mm

$10.00

HERITAGE ROSES – This section includes remontant old fashioned roses, such as Tea,

China, Bourbon, Portland, Hybrid Perpetuals and Rugosa roses.

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

76

1 stem/cut

$10.00

77

3 stems/cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

78

1 container, N.N.D., 3-6 stems/cuts

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE.

79

1 stem/cut

$10.00

NOVICE.

80

1 stem/cut

$10.00

OLD GARDEN ROSES – This section includes once flowering old fashioned roses,
such as gallicas, moss, damask, alba, centifolia, boursault, rambler and species roses.

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

81

1 stem/cut

$10.00

82

3 stems/cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

83

1 container, N.N.D. 3-6 stems/cuts

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE.

84

1 stem/cut

$10.00

NOVICE.

85

1 stem/cut

$10.00

SECTION 6 MODERN SHRUB ROSES

This section includes roses classified as shrubs, including David Austin (and their equivalents from other breeders), hybrid musk, ground cover and landscaping roses.

CLASS

OPEN

1st Prize

86

1 stem/cut

$10.00

87

1 stem/cut Australian bred / seedling rose

$10.00

88

3 stems/cuts, N.N.D. S.S. (staged back, mid, front)

$10.00

89

1 container, N.N.D. up to 6 stems/cuts

$10.00

INTERMEDIATE.

90

1 stem/cut

$10.00

NOVICE.

91

1 stem/cut

$10.00

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SECTION 7 DISPLAY SECTION

To be staged in exhibitor’s own container Wiring is not permitted.

CLASS

1st Prize

92

Container of Flowers from your own garden. Roses must predominate.

Space 500 mm x 500 mm

$10.00

93

Posy of Flowers from your own garden, roses must predominate. Posy to be in water & capable of being hand held. Space 400 mm x 400 mm

$10.00

94

A Basket of Roses, N.N.D. A.N.S. with own foliage. Added decorative material permitted. Exhibitor’s own basket. (If the basket is to be carried two-thirds of the handle should be free for easy carrying). Space 500 mm.

$10.00

95

An Arrangement of Miniatures in any container. Diameter of display not to exceed 200 mm.

$10.00

96

Teacup & saucer. A display of any kind of 2 or more roses that shall include other flowers and/or greenery, in the Exhibitor’s own cup and saucer – oasis permitted, but not to be visible.

$10.00

CHILDREN’S ONLY SECTION - Children must be under 12 years of age

97

A saucer of roses – any type of roses in a saucer. Other flowers and foliage may be used.

$10.00



FLORAL ART DISPLAY

98

Bench Arrangement, viewed from the front.
Theme
‘THE QUEEN OF THE FLOWERS’. Roses must be prominent.
Any horticultural material and embellishments may be used.

Space allowed 75cm.

1st Prize $50.00

2nd Prize $15.00


PRIZE DONORS
……

‘BEST’ AWARDS DONORS

Best in Show

Anonymous $50

Classes 29-35

Sam Brundrett Memorial $75

Intermediate Aggregate

Roses & Fuchsias Nursery $25

Novice Aggregate

Roses & Fuchsias Nursery $25

Classes 92 -97

Barbara Watson $20

Australian Bred Aggregate 4,5,6,15,31,32,41,42,44,45,59,87

Laurie Newman $50

Heritage Roses Aggregate 74 - 85

Laurie Newman $50


NOTES

2016 Schedule Prize Donors

Class

DONOR

Class

DONOR

1

Neutrog Prize 1st - $50 – 2nd $15

52

The Dr. A. S. Thomas Memorial Fund $10

2

The Ian Spriggs Prize $10

53

The Rosalie Parsons Prize $10

3

The Dr. A. S. Thomas Memorial Fund $10

54

$10 $10

4

Keith Williams Memorial Fund $10

55

The Rose Paradise Prize 1st - $50 – 2nd - $10

5

The George Dawson Memorial Fund $10

56

$10

6

The Ian Aitken Memorial Prize $10

57

$10

7

The Lorraine Ellefsen Prize $10

58

The Cedric Foster Prize $10

8

The Rosalie Parsons Prize $10

59

$10

9

The Garry Holden Memorial Prize $10

60

The R.W. Smith Memorial Fund $10

10

The Sam Brundrett Memorial Prize $10

60A

$10

11

The Bob Mullin Memorial Prize $10

61

$10

12

The Dr. Helen Tebble Prize $10

62

$10

13

The Dr. Helen Tebble Prize $10

63

$10

14

The Bob Dixon Prize $10

64

$10

15

The Marlene Marriner Prize $10

65

16

$10

66

The Scully Prize $10 $10

17

The Bob Dixon Prize $10

67

The Max Marriner Prize $10 $10

18

$10

68

The Beth Williams Prize $10 $10

19

The Jacinta Burke Prize $10

69

$10

20

$10

70

21

$10

71

Brighton Horticultural Society Memorial Prize $10

22

Australian Roses Prize $30 $10

71A

23

The Bob Dixon Prize $10 $10

71B

24

$10

72

The Joyce Chapman Prize $10

25

$10

72A

26

$10

73

The Mr. Dog Prize $10

27

$10

74

The Mistydowns Prize 1st - $50 – 2nd - $15

28

The B. J. T. Stone Memorial Fund $10

75

The Beth Williams Prize $10

29

W. G. Treloar Prize 1st - $50 – 2nd $15

76

The Dr. Helen Tebble Prize $10

30

The Alister Clark Memorial Fund $10

77

The Reliable Roses Prize $10

31

The Dr. B. A. Chapman Prize $10

78

The Reliable Roses Prize $10

32

The Dr. B. A. Chapman Prize $10

79

33

The Brian Seward Prize $10

80

$10

34

The Bill Nelson Prize Trophy

81

The Liz Goold Prize $10 $10

35

The Clyde Laidlaw Prize $10

82

The Monica Brooks Prize $10

36

The Carl Ellefsen Prize $10

83

The R. W. Smith Memorial Fund $10

37

$10

84

$10

38

The C. H. Isaac Memorial Fund $10

85

39

Amgro Products Prize 1st & 2nd

86

$10

40

The Ian Aitken Memorial Fund $10

87

$10

41

R T Hamilton Memorial Fund $10

88

42

The John Macgregor Memorial Award $20

89

The John Nieuwesteeg Prize $10

43

The Lee Callaghan Prize $10

90

44

The Dr. B. A. Chapman Prize $10

91

45

The George Dawson Memorial Fund $10

92

The Dorothy Aitken Prize $10

46

$10

93

The R. W. Smith Memorial Fund $10

47

$10

94

Brighton Horticultural Society Memorial Prize $10

48

$10

95

The Beth Williams Prize $10

49

The B. J. T. Stone Memorial Fund $10

96

The Sandra Turner Prize $10

50

The Sadie Spriggs Prize $10

97

Barbara Watson Prize $10

51

The Bob Dixon Prize $10

98

1st - $50 – 2nd $15

Winners receive Cash Prizes

The Society would like to sincerely thank all prize donors

It would be appreciated if donors forward their prize money to the treasurer, Wendy Roper prior to the show.