- Feb 22 2014 until 23 Feb 2014
- 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday, February 22nd – 9 AM – 5 PM
Sunday, February 23rd – 9 AM – 5 PM
Roger’s Gardens is proud to present its first Daffodil show. Dozens of familiar and unusual California grown Daffodil varieties will be on display. Customers are invited to bring Daffodil and Narcissus stems for entry and display. Please bring your entry with the variety name, if known, before 11 AM on Saturday. Daffodils will be presented in four classes with prizes for the best three entries in each class, as well as a “Best of Show.” Entries will be on display until 5:00 PM Sunday.
RULES FOR EXHIBITORS
The purpose of this show is to promote awareness and enjoyment of daffodils and does not conform to American Daffodil Society rules, although many of the guidelines are similar.
- All entries must have been grown in the exhibitor’s garden.
- Exhibitors may enter as many entries as they wish, but only one of a variety may be judged. One stem per vase.
- More than one exhibitor may enter from the same garden.
- Because this is an amateur contest, proper plant identification is not required. Show staff will assist where possible to correctly identify unknown varieties.
- Exhibitors may place their own entries into the show area or allow show staff to assist.
- Entry paperwork will be provided at time of entry. Information must be legible.
- Roger’s Gardens cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage.
Awards will be on Sat., Feb. 22 at approximately 12:00 PM. Winners need not be present.
All entries become the property of Roger’s Gardens upon entry. Entries will be on display until 5:00 PM Sunday. Individual entries may be removed based upon appearance and shelf life.
Special Notice: Roger’s Gardens provides vases for all entries, and does not permit outside vases or other display materials. Only the daffodil is being judged, not the container.
Class 1 – Trumpet, Large Cup & Short Cup
Includes trumpets, large cups, short cups and double. One flower to a stem.
Class 2 – Multi-Flowering
More than one flower per stem. Includes Triandrus, Jonquilla, Tazetta and doubles.
Class 3 – Miniatures and Small-Flowered
Includes Poeticus, Bulbocodium, jonquils and miniature hybrids.
Class 4 – Novelties
Includes Split-coronas, Cyclamineus, species and any others not meeting the other classes.