Flower Shows

Why Should We Have Flower Shows?

 

Standard Flower Shows are popular educational and social activities held by garden clubs. They stimulate interest in horticulture and floral design. They give members a chance to exhibit their gardening achievements and creativity. They are a perfect forum to convey the objectives of the NGC and the joy of gardening.

State Flower Show 
Committee

State Evaluation Chairman
Susan Palmer

District Evaluation Chairmen

District I 
Gail Willen


District II 
Paula Winkler

District III 
Joan Bender

District IV 
Jackie Handley

District V 
Marjorie Schiebel

2017 Shows 

October

November 

December   

2018 Shows

January

February

March

27
"Planting Maryland from the Mountains to the Ocean", A Standard Flower Show, sponsored by the FGCMD Judges Council
11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.Turf Valley Country Club, 2700 Turf Valley Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21042 Free and Open to the Public
Contact: Sylvia Deck sylvia1862@verizon.net 1 (410) 980-3444 or
Susie Middleton sjm21613@gmail.com 1 (410) 228-5756
Information on entering design and horticulture is in the attached schedule. Show Schedule


April

6
Somerset Daffodil Show, Princess Ann, MD

9 – 11
37th Annual District II Daffodil Show Our Shepherd Lutheran Church Severna Park, MD 21147 Contact: Liz Williams mliz.williams825@gmail.com

17
Talbot County Garden Club presents “Melodies of Spring”, a Small Standard Flower Show. Chairman - Bobbie Brittingham
Trinity Cathedral, Miller Hall, 315 Goldsborough Rd Easton, MD Open to the public 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

May

June

6
Queen Anne’s County Garden Club will host a Standard Flower Show at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, 600 Discovery Lane, Grasonville, MD 21638 from 1:30-5:30. Bag lunches will be available for purchase. Contact Pat Gannon mrspatgannon@gmail.com

13
Along the Garden Path, A STANDARD FLOWER SHOW, Presented by Dorchester Garden Club,
Immanuel United Church of Christ, 5401 White Hall Road, Cambridge, MD 21613 Open to the Public – Admission Free 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
For more information Contact: Kay Karminski 410-967-5632 or Kay.karminski@gmail.com

October 2019

19-20
District I Flower Show at the Oxford Community Center hosted by the Oxford Garden Club



Fast FAQS

 Fast FAQs


Flower Show Handbook Cumulative Changes


Policy on Rare and Invasive Plants


FGCMD Flower Show Reports

Word        PDF


State, CAR and NGC Flower Show Awards


Guidelines for Book of Evidence on CD




Cumulative Changes to Flower Show Handbook

 

Policy on Rare and Invasive Plants

 

FGCMD Flower Show Reports

 

State, CAR, NGC Flower Show Awards

 

Guidelines for BofE on CD 


Committee