Growing Together Garden Club has flower show

 

Evelyn Brown received best of show (junior) for her hibiscus flower. (Contributed photos)

 

 

Dana Martenson received best of show for her oriental lily. (Contributed photo)

 

The Growing Together Garden Club’s 2017 annual flower show was held during Wilton Wood Turtle Days last weekend. Fifteen adult and three junior exhibitors showed a total of 131 exhibits.

Best of show, junior: hibiscus flower – Evelyn Brown

Best of show: oriental lily – Dana Martenson

ANNUAL FLOWERS

Calendula: First place, Lois O’Rourke

Cosmos: Junior first place, Mirandaf Arndt

Marigold, dwarf: Junior first place, Miranda Arndt, and first place, Lois O’Rourke

Marigold, large: Second place, Deb Kelly

Pansy: Junior first place, Evelyn Brown and Josephine Brown; first place, Theresa Cunitz, Barb Ornes and Deb Kelly; and second place, Viena Ebersold and Dana Martenson

Petunia, single: Junior first place, Evelyn Brown and Josephine Brown; first place, Joyce Witt and Dana Martenson; and second place, Theresa Cunitz and Lois O’Rourke

Salvia: First place, Lois O’Rourke, and second place, Theresa Cunitz

Zinnia, dwarf: First place, Lois O’Rourke and Cindy Woodard; and second place, Deb Kelly

Zinnia, large: First place, Lois O’Rourke and Cindy Woodard; and second place, Joyce Witt

Snapdragon: First place, Lois O’Rourke

Sunflower, small: First place, Joyce Witt

Sunflower, large: First place, Lois O’Rourke, Joyce Witt and Deb Kelly

Any other small flower: First place, Lois O’Rourke

Any other large flower: First place, Theresa Cunitz

BULB FLOWERS

Dahlia, small: First place, Theresa Cunitz

Gladiolus: First place, Lois O’Rourke and Gordon O’Rourke

Lily, Tiger: Junior first place, Josephine Brown and Evelyn Brown; and first place, Lois O’Rourke, Dana Martenson and Barb Ornes

Lily, oriental: Junior first place, Josephine Brown and Evelyn Brown; and first place, Dana Martenson

Daylily, dwarf: Junior first place, Josephine Brown; junior second place, Evelyn Brown; first place, Theresa Cunitz, Lois O’Rourke and Dana Martenson; and second place, Bev Graunke

Daylily, large: Junior first place, Josephine Brown and Evelyn Brown; and first place, John Ornes, Barb Ornes, Bev Graunke, Lois O’Rourke, Dana Martenson and Gordon O’Rourke

Calla lily: First place, Lois O’Rourke, and second place, Gordon O’Rourke

Any other bulb: First place, John Ornes and Dana Martenson, and second place, Lois O’Rourke

PERENNIAL FLOWERS

Phlox: First place, Lois O’Rourke, and second place, Bev Graunke

Rose: First place, Lois O’Rourke

Rudbeckia: Junior first place, Evelyn Brown; junior second place, Josephine Brown; first place, Barb Ornes, John Ornes and the Wilton Public Library; and second place, Viena Ebersold, Dana Martenson and Bev Graunke

Coneflower, single: Junior first place, Evelyn Brown; junior second place, Josephine Brown; second place, Dana Martenson, Bev Graunke, Lois O’Rourke and Deb Kelly; and third place, Barb Ornes

Hydrangea: First place, Lois O’Rourke and Bev Graunke

Hibiscus: Junior first place, Evelyn Brown, and junior second place, Josephine Brown

Any other large: First place, Bev Graunke, and second place, Theresa Cunitz

Any other small: First place, Lois O’Rourke, and second place, Theresa Cunitz

HOUSEPLANTS/INDOOR PLANTS

Begonia, tuberous: First place, Lois O’Rourke and Kennedy Ornes

Any other succulent: First place, Lois O’Rourke, and second place, Theresa Cunitz

Fern: Second place, Lois O’Rourke

Ivy: Second place, Theresa Cunitz and Lois O’Rourke

Philodendron: Second place, Theresa Cunitz

Foliage, any other: First place, Joyce Witt and Theresa Cunitz

Flowering, outdoor: First place, Lois O’Rourke

Oxalis: First place, Julitta Arndt and Barb Ornes

Geranium: First place, Lois O’Rourke

Impatiens: First place, Barb Ornes

Coleus: First place, Barb Ornes and Lois O’Rourke

Any potted herb: First place, Barb Ornes

Fairy garden: First place, Cindy Woodard, and second place, Theresa Cunitz

FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS

Buffet arrangements: First place, Lois O’Rourke and Deb Kelly; and second place, Theresa Cunitz

Centerpiece arrangement: First place, Lois O’Rourke and Cindy Woodard; second place, Theresa Cunitz

Dried arrangement: First place, Lois O’Rourke

Miniature arrangement: First place, Lois O’Rourke and Ann Thayer; and second place, Deb Kelly and Theresa Cunitz

Roadside arrangement: First place, Julitta Arndt

Planter, multiple: First place, Dana Martenson

Super-mini arrangement: First place, Ann Thayer, Deb Kelly and Lois O’Rourke; second place, Theresa Cunitz; and third place Julitta Arndt

Planter, single variety: First place, Dana Martenson

Single-color arrangement: First place, Lois O’Rourke, and third place, Julitta Arndt

Anniversary arrangement: First place, Lois O’Rourke and second place, Theresa Cunitz

The club thanks Marie Preuss for judging our flowers and all who stopped by to view the flowers.



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