Classifications and Definitions
Division 1: Trumpet
Division 2: Large Cupped
Division 3: Small Cupped
Division 4: Double
Division 5: Triandrus
Division 6: Cyclamineus
Division 7: Jonquilla
Division 8: Tazetta
Division 9: Poeticus
Division 10: Species, Wild Variants and Wild Hybrids
Division 11: Split-Corona
Division 12: Miscellaneous (All daffodils not falling into any other Division)
Group 1: Single-flowered
Group 2: Anenome-flowered
Group 3: Collarette
Group 4: Waterlily-flowered
Group 5: Decorative
Group 6: Ball
Group 7: Pompom
Group 8: Cactus
Group 9: Semi Cactus
Group 10: Miscellaneous
Group 11: Fimbriated
Group 12: Star (Single orchid)
Group 13: Double Orchid
Group 14: Paeony
Group 15: Stellar
The following groups are subdivided for show purposes as follows:-
Group Descriptive Size Dimensions
4,5,8,9 Giant,over 260 mm
Large,between 220 - 260 mm
Medium,between 170 - 220 mm
Small,between 115 - 170 mm
Miniature and Miniature Ball not exceeding 115 mm
6 Small Ball between 115 - 170 mm
7 Pompons must not exceed 52 mm diameter
DEFINITIONS (abbreviated) AND SPECIFICATIONS
Annual A plant which grows from seed and naturally and ordinarily flowers, and dies within 12 months.
Biennial A plant which grows from seed and ordinarily requires 2 seasons to complete its life- cycle
Cultivar A cultivated variety.
Kind A term used in classification of flowers, fruits and vegetables, e.g. Chrysanthemums, phloxes and roses are kinds of flowers, etc.
Dish A specified number or quantity of a fruit or vegetable which may be displayed on a table, or stand or receptacle of any shape. Unless otherwise specified a dish must consist of one cultivar only.
Perennial A plant which lives for more than 2 years,
Vase A vessel for displaying cut flowers in water and having a greater height than the width-measurement of its mouth. Unless otherwise required or permitted by the schedule a vase may contain only one cultivar.
Floral Art An exhibit is defined as natural plant material with or without accessories contained Sections within a space.
Spaces of 61 Omm (24") wide and 457mm (18") wide by 483mm (19") deep are allocated. All sizes are approximate.
Vase and All exhibits will be judged for an all-round effect.