Est. 1859
The Comber Fair


Flowers (Class 43)
Committee: Melissa Cranston, Bev Chambers, Olivia Cranston, and Sydney Cranston

All articles will be received between 1:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 8th, 2024. All flower entries will be judged Thursday August 8th, 2024. Judging will begin at 8:30 p.m. Please be sure to get your entries to the community hall promptly. Please ensure your exhibitor tag is SECURELY fastened to your entry. No silk arrangements or dried flowers are allowed. Homegrown entries only – recently purchased cut flowers or plants may not be entered.

Prizes: 1st $5.00; 2nd $4.00; 3rd $2.00


  1. Best African violet
  2. Elegant, edible, arrangement containing fruits, vegetables and herbs (not to exceed 18” in height, including the container)
  3. Best non-flowering house plant (not to exceed 18″ in height, including the container)
  4. Cup and saucer arrangement with a rosebud
  5. Best tropical plant
  6. “Summer Sunshine” a bouquet using yellow and/or orange flowers with foliage
  7. Small marigolds – 8 blooms
  8. Sweet peas in a vase
  9. Bouquet of snapdragons
  10. Petunias in a vase
  11. One single rose
  12. “Wet’ n Wild” maximum of 3 flowers floating in water, with or without foliage
  13. “I Love Comber” – bouquet of roadside flowers and/or weeds, not to exceed 18″ in any direction, including the container
  14. ‘Glorious Gladiola’ – 3 spikes, same variety
  15. A single rose, floating, without foliage
  16. Bouquet of perennials
  17. ‘Galloping Gourmet’ an arrangement or bouquet in a kitchen utensil
  18. One geranium bloom with foliage
  19. ‘Snow White’ arrangement or bouquet using white flowers with foliage
  20. Miniature Fairy Garden—not to exceed 18” in any direction including container
  21. Best orchid
  22. Mini arrangement – maximum 5″ in any direction, including the container
  23. “People put flowers in the Darndest Things”, a novel arrangement or bouquet in an odd container
  24. Any flower, except a rose, floating in water
  25. Hanging basket of your choice – non-flowering
  26. Bouquet of any variety of flowers not mentioned elsewhere in class 43. One variety only – must be named
  27. Lady Wistledown” – an arrangement or bouquet suitable for Victorian High Tea
  28. Picture created of seeds and plant material only. Must be framed to hang

SPECIALS for FLOWERS – Class 43 – $5.00 each
Sec 1-28 sponsored by Comber Agricultural Society

Trophy: “Most Points in Adult Flowers” Donated by Mark and Laura Roy