Flower Show 2021

Our old venue, the Paraparaumu Community Centre in Ngahina Street, is no longer in use, so this year we are having our annual flower show in the newly-refurbished Memorial Hall on the corner of Aorangi Road and Tutanekai Street.

The new venue gives us twice as much room as previously, so we can use the big staging for the show exhibits and still have plenty of space for potted plants and hanging baskets, and the floral art group will have all the space they need for an extra special display.

The category list has been slightly tweaked from last year, so there are now both large and small classes for cut bulbs and succulents, and one class for fruit and one for vegetables. You can read the whole list or download it as a PDF here.

2021 Flower Show Schedule – Categories for Display

Entries received and registered 9a.m.-10:30a.m. please

Section A: Cut Flowers

A1: One stem Protea, Leucadendron, etc.

A2: One stem Rhododendron, Azalea, Vireya.

A3: One stem Camellia.

A4: One stem any other flowering shrub, tree, or climber.

A5: One stem native flower or foliage.

A6: One stem Orchid.

A7a: One stem any other small flowering bulb or rhizome e.g. daffodil, calla, iris etc.

A7b: One stem any other large flowering bulb or rhizome e.g. daffodil, calla, iris etc.

A8: One stem any other flower.

A9: One stem most unusual flower.

A10: One small posy, mixed or same variety, 12cm wide max

Section B: Kitchen

B1: One bunch or pot of herbs.

B2: Fruit, 1 to 3 entries of 1 variety.

B3: Vegetable: 1 to 3 entries of 1 variety.

Section C: Pot Plants

C1: Pot plant, glasshouse or indoors grown.

C2: Pot plant, outdoors grown.

Section D: Cactus and Succulent

D1: Small pot of cacti or succulents.

D2: Large pot of cacti or succulents

Section E: Hanging Baskets

E1: Hanging basket of flowers or foliage.

E2: Hanging basket of veg.

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