Main Meeting Page and Hotel Registration
The Wolf-Fenton antiques collection of Holly pieces that has been acquired from Frank Wheaton, will be for sale. Examples: Blue Carnival glass-footed large dish with a stag and holly pattern, a small paperweight with gold holly emblem, small teacup with a gold edge and handle, holly sprig. Over 300 items.
Come prepared to shop!
The plant auction will also return for those special and hard to find plants!
Holly Sprig Contest
Everyone is encouraged to participate in this event. Please see page four for more information
on entering the sprig contest.
Amateur and Professional Division Classes:
Ilex opaca sprigs (subclasses will be established for males, females, yellow berried, etc.).
Ilex aquifolium sprigs (subclasses will be established for males, females, yellow berried,
Ilex crenata sprigs (subclasses will be established for males, females, variegated, etc.).
Ilex cornuta sprigs (subclasses will be established for males, females, etc.).
Deciduous hollies species (subclasses will be established for Ilex verticillata,
Ilex decidua, and any other deciduous holly including interspecific hybrids).
Interspecific hybrids (named varieties and unnamed selections).
Novice - Open only to persons who have never entered a sprig into competition before.
Collection - Five sprigs of different cultivars and/or different species in container supplied by exhibitor. Class open to amateurs and professionals.
Arrangement, suitably named, depicting a landmark, tradition, or outstanding characteristic of the site of the current Annual Meeting. Entry may not exceed 24 inches high by 20 inches wide by 16 inches deep.
The arrangement must consist of predominantly holly. Accessories are permitted and should be in a container supplied by exhibitor. Class open to amateurs and professionals.
Awards and Prizes:
Awards will be presented at the Holly Banquet, and winners will be listed in the proceedings of the meeting. Awards include the Novice Class Award, Amateur Division Best of Show Award, Arrangement Class Award, the Stewart H. McLean Memorial Award for the Professional Division Best of Show, and the Wilson Mott Memorial Award for the best evergreen sprig in the show.