NZ Camellia Society                           

KAPITI 2020

NATIONAL CAMELLIA SHOW AND CONVENTION

FRIDAY 21 TO 23 AUGUST

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                                                Kapiti's estuary which leads to the sea and beyond to Kapiti Island

SHOW SATURDAY 22 AUGUST

Kapiti is hosting the event with the show being held in the Waikanae War Memorial Hall, 3-5 Pehi Kupa Street, Waikanae, which is to the east of the city centre, across the railway lines, first street to the left which will lead directly to the hall.

All blooms will be judged from 9.00 am until 1.00 pm   The show will open at 12.30 pm and close at 4.45 pm.  Everyone is invited to attend to view up to 1,000 magnificent blooms of different sizes, shapes and colours. 

A "Top Table" will display all the winning blooms including the Champion Bloom of the Show and the Best Novice Blooms along with their trophies and a number of Honour's Blooms for those that just missed out on higher awards.  These will be the outstanding blooms of the show.     

                                  R Brian [Edited: 3:38pm 15/07/2015]

                                                                 A Reticulata, Brian a previous winner                                                                                                                                                     

FRIDAY SETTING UP AND ENTERING BLOOMS

The hall will be set up during the morning and early afternoon.   You are invited to bring your blooms from your garden and enter them in the Novice Classes from 4.00 pm to 8.00 pm and on Saturday from 7.00 am until 8.30 am.   For single blooms, the classes will be in colours of White, Pink, and Red and also Variegated of any species. shape and size.    And there will be two classes for groups of three blooms of the same variety or three different varieties. Name your blooms if you can, but it is not a requirement to do so.   Assistance will be available to enter your blooms.  You may win a prize. 

WHANGANUI 2019 NATIONAL SHOW AND CONVENTION

SHOW SATURDAY AFTERNOON 24 August

On a showery wet Saturday morning, all of the blooms were judged.   The two top blooms, the Champion Bloom of the Show and the Best Novice Bloom were selected.   Overall a total of 30 trophies were awarded for the excellence of the blooms in their classes.    

The show opened at 12.30 pm and closed at 4.45 pm.   The blooms 982 were spectacular and presented a sea of colour in differing shapes, sizes and species in their different classes. 

Panorama Hall Layout Nat 2019 (2)

                                                                             The blooms in all their glory

Mayor Hamish McDouall formally opened the show at 1.30 pm.   

The "top table" displayed the Champion Bloom of the Show, the Best Novice Bloom, and those blooms who won their classes with outstanding blooms of different sizes, shapes and colours.   Overall a total of 30 trophies were awarded to those blooms.  For those blooms who did not quite make it to the top table they were awarded "Honour's Bloom Certificates" and they were all very deserving of that award.   

CHAMPION BLOOM OF THE SHOW 

This was won by Derek and Jenny Beard from Western Bay of Plenty with an outstanding Hybrid bloom Spring Daze and they were presented with the Bethwaite Memorial Trophy.   And for the same bloom, they also won the Council Trophy for the best Hybrid bloom, and the American Camellia Society's Trophy for the best bloom of American Origin.   They also won four more trophies,  the Harold Austin Memorial Trophy for the best small bloom, the Rayner Memorial Trophy for the best white bloom with  Elegan's Champagne, and the Australian Rhea Egg Trophy for three blooms of Australian Origin with different varieties, and the Sir Victor Davies Trophy for six hybrid blooms of different varieties.

In addition, they won four Honour's Bloom Certificates with Liz Carter, Little Babe, Winter's Own, and Franck Houser Variegated, along with two Certificates for twelve blooms with at least three different, and three Reticulaltas same variety with Frank Houser Variegated.

Our gratulations go to Derek and Jenny for their outstanding results.     

They also had significant successes at the 2018 National Show including winning the Champion Bloom of the Show with an outstanding  Hybrid, Jamie. 

Derek No 1 Spring Dazw Nat 2019

                                                            The winning Trophy and certificate along with Spring Daze                                                                    

      Derek Nat Show Trophies 2019

        The winning Trophy along with three others the Council Trophy, the Harold Austin Memorial Trophy, and the                                                                                 Australian Rhea Egg Trophy   

 BEST NOVICE BLOOM

This was won by Margaret Monks from Kapiti with an outstanding Hybrid boom Sweet Emily Kate along with the Iris Gittings Trophy.    Our congratulations go to Magaret for achieving this outstanding result. 

                       Margaret Bloom Trophy Nat 2019 (3)

                                                                             The winning trophy and bloom 

                               Margaret & Brian (3)

                                                                      Margaret proudly displaying her Trophy

                                             National Show 

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