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2014 Livermore Show – Standard Multi-Cultivar Awards

March 7, 2014
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This post covers the ADS awards for standard collections. Any award that’s not mentioned means there were no entries, and this also applies to the post about singe cultivar awards.

Red-White-Blue Ribbon Winner

Red-White-Blue Ribbon Winner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Red-White-Blue Ribbon is for the best collection of  5 American-bred standards. The exhibitor was Rosemary Scholz. Flowers in her collections are – Back row: ‘Pink Sun’ 2Y-P (WHeatley), ‘Trumpet Warrior’ 1YYW-WWY (Mitsch), ‘Swamp Fox’ 2Y-O (Pannill); Front row: ‘Tuscarora’ 1Y-Y (Bender), ‘Miss Primm’ 2Y-Y (Dorwin).

Purple Ribbon Winner

Purple Ribbon Winner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Purple Ribbon is for the best collection of 5 standards. The exception of 5 historics has been removed, so now all collections of 5 standards are eligible. The winner was the Division 8 collection – Back row: ‘Maricopa’ 8W-Y, ‘Fancy That’ 8Y-O, 1-1-340 8W-YYO; Front row: ‘Pepper’ 8W-O, ‘Storyteller’ 8Y-Y.  Bob Spotts was the exhibitor.

Collection of 5 Intermediates Ribbon

Collection of 5 Intermediates Ribbon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The best collection of 5 intermediates included – Back row: ‘Chile Verde’ 3YYG-GYO, 1-1-180 3G-GGO, 1-1-20 1Y-Y; Front row: 1-1-25 3W-G, 1-1-86 3YYG-GOO. Bob Spotts was the exhibitor.

Havens Award

Havens Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Havens Award is for the best collection of 12 standards from at least 3 divisions from RHS divisions 5 through 10. Flowers in the winning exhibit are – Top row: ‘Storyteller’ 8Y-Y, 1-1-88 7W-YOO, 1-1-136 8W-GYO, 1-1-296 8W-Y; Middle row: 1-1-206 7W-OYY, 1-1-78 7WWG-GGO, 1-1-283 7YYG-GGO, 1-1-167 7G-GYY; Bottom row: ‘Kokopelli’ 7Y-Y, 1-1-130 6W-GWW, 1-1-116 6WWY-YYO, 1-1-124 6YYG-O. Bob Spotts was the exhibitor.

Bozievich Award

Bozievich Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Bozievich Ribbon is for the best collection of 12 standards from at least 4 RHS divisions. The winning flowers are – Top row: ‘Double Play’ 4Y-O, ‘Corby Candle’ 2Y-YOO, ‘Lightning Fire’ 2O-R, ‘Oregon Pioneer’ 2Y-P; Middle row: ‘Magic Lantern’ 1Y-O, ‘Lemon Puff’ 4W-Y, ‘Gold Ingot’ 2Y-Y, ‘Miss Meliss’ 8W-Y; Bottom row: ‘Rio Dell’ 2YYW-WWY, Koopowitz 10-71-1 2W-O, ‘Uncle Bob’ 2YYW-WWP, ‘Peachy Keen’ 2Y-Y. The exhibitor was Steve Hampson.

Throckmorton Ribbon Winner

Throckmorton Ribbon Winner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Throckmorton Ribbon is for the best collection of 15 standards from 15 different RHS classifications. A classification is the division and the color code. Flowers in the winning collection are – Top row: ‘Flashpoint’ 1W-P, ‘Ball of Fire’ 4Y-R, ‘Welland Vale’ 1Y-Y, ‘Bear’s Gold’ 4Y-Y, ‘Intelligence 1W-Y; Middle row: ‘Glasnevin’ 2W-W, ‘Maker’s Mark’ 1Y-O, ‘Lightning Fire’ 2O-R, ‘Copper Mine’ 2O-O, ‘Dingus Day’ 2W-P; Bottom row: ‘American Idol’ 2W-R, ‘Pirongia Dawn’ 2YYW-W, ‘Corby Candle’ 2Y-YOO, ‘Flight Path’ 6Y-W, ‘Spring Waltz’ 6W-P. The exhibitor was Kirby Fong.

Quinn Award

Quinn Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Quinn Award is for the best collection of 24 standards from at least 5 RHS divisions. Flowers in the winning collection are – Top row: 1-1-302 8W-O, 1-1-301 8Y-Y, ‘Shalako’ 8W-Y, ‘Brooke’s Bears’ 8W-Y, ‘Storyteller’ 8Y-Y, 1-1-199 8W-Y; 3rd row: ‘Chile Verde’ 3Y-GYO, 1-1-40 12WWG-Y,  1-1-122 7WWG-YOO, 1-1-99 4Y-O, 1-1-96 1W-Y, 1-1-30 11aY-GYO; 2nd row: 1-1-17 2YYG-GYO, 1-1-30 3WWG-GYO, 1-1-70 3YYG-GYY, ‘Spider Woman’ 3Y-O, 1-1-180 3G-GGO, 1-1-181 3Y-GGO; Bottom row: 1-1-181 3WWG-GYY, ‘Mesa Verde’ 12G-GGY, ‘Chindi’ 2Y-YPP, 1-1-76 3Y-GYY, 1-1-203 1Y-Y, ‘Kokopelli’ 7Y-Y. The exhibitor was Bob Spotts. Seedling label 1-1-30 appears twice although the two flowers are clearly different. Decision of the judges is final.

So much for the standards. My next post will have all the awards for miniatures.

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2 Responses to 2014 Livermore Show – Standard Multi-Cultivar Awards

  1. Greg Freeman, South Carolina
    Greg Freeman, South Carolina
    March 8, 2014 at 3:26 pm

    Wow!  Awesome collections!  That Quinn winner is stunning.

  2. Bob Spotts, California
    Bob Spotts, California
    March 8, 2014 at 7:55 pm

    Thanx Greg. All the blooms in the Quinn are either my seedlings or my registered cultivars. Most are viridiflorus progeny  – which are extra-early blooming, innovative and hardly the most show-worthy.  It was fun to put it up. Fortunately, there was no competition.