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Honolulu Academy of Arts                           i   April 17-19, 2009
Top row: The coronation stand at ‘Iolani Palace • Princess Ka‘iulani
• Floral parade 1906-07 second row: King David Kalakaua •
Covered calabashes in the throne room for King Kalakaua’s 50th birthday
• (below) Flower kahili at the Jubilee • News clipping 1883 Third
row: Royal attendants and officials • Aerial view of ‘Iolani Palace •
Kamehameha V Lot Kapuaiwa • Queen Lili‘uokalani Below: Decorated
cars at the floral parade 1906-07
                            Pac if ic Horizons 20 09




               Na Pua Ali‘i
         Reflections on Hawai‘i’s Royal Legacy
              A GArden Club of AmeriCA mAjor flower
                     And HortiCulture SHow




                                       presented by

                     tHe GArden Club of Honolulu
                     A member of the Garden Club of America


                                  April 17-19, 2009

                                          at the

                       Honolulu ACAdemy of ArtS
                          900 South beretania Street
                             Honolulu, Hawai‘i



                        5 Open to the public at no charge 5
friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18, 10:00am - 4:30pm, Sunday, April 19, 1:00 - 5:00pm
                            Memories of Majesty
it is a beautiful Hawaiian day. four thousand lei-bedecked guests dressed in their finest garments
  gather around the specially built pavilion, its pillars decorated with ropes of fern and flowers.
the amphitheater where they patiently await the appearance of the guests of honor is decorated
  with the shields and emblems of the great nations of the world. inhale the fragrance of pikake,
roses, gardenia and maile. Hear the music of the royal Hawaiian band as it plays the songs of the
                                          royal composers.

    the palace, a splendid edifice built to Victorian standards of elegance, is awash in golden
sunshine. its richly carpeted throne room awaits the guests who will feast at the state dinner and
 waltz at the coronation ball. the symbols of royalty are everywhere: beautiful feathered cloaks,
  capes and kahili alongside stately thrones and bejeweled crowns ordered from europe. the ali‘i
men are impressive in their military dress festooned with medals of the royal orders; the women
 resplendent in holoku of silk and velvet, or gowns in the latest fashion from Paris and new york.
                            diamonds and pearls sparkle in the sunlight.

   it is coronation day, 1883. in the two weeks that follow there will be celebrations of many
   varieties: parades, lu‘au, a canoe regatta, hula, sporting and chorale competitions, fireworks
  displays, and the unveiling of the Kamehameha statue fronting Ali‘iolani Hale. within the
    palace, gifts from near and far will be displayed for all to see: koa calabashes, portraits of
  european monarchs, Copeland china sent by england’s Queen Victoria, a silver service and
                      candelabra from the emperor of france among them.

   the coronation celebration for the charismatic and idealistic King david Kalakaua and his
Queen Kapi‘olani marked the height of Victorian splendor in Hawai‘i. Having experienced the
pageantry and majesty of the world’s great kingdoms, Kalakaua set out to provide his reign with
 a similar symbolic impact. enlightenment was the theme of his reign and the kukui the symbol
  of his dynasty. Kalakaua’s reign completed the transformation of the Hawaiian islands from
 traditional Polynesian chiefdom to contemporary european kingdom. the story that unfolds
   as that ninety-year transformation takes place is both complex and captivating - a study in
                             contrasts, a juxtaposition of old and new.

 take a step back in time with us as we voyage with the ali‘i to foreign ports, enjoy entertaining
    distinguished guests from around the world in royal residences and gardens, and learn of
friendships and alliances cultivated with european monarchs and American Presidents. reflect
for a moment on this fascinating period in Hawaiian history as Na Pua Ali‘i, Reflections on Hawai‘i’s
  Royal Legacy recalls the romance, elegance, adventure, and pioneering spirit of that special era.


         * Pua can mean flowers, children, people, or descendants. Ali‘i refers to the ruling monarchs of Hawai‘i.
5   The Garden Club of Honolulu



                                             TABLE of
The purpose of The Garden Club of
Honolulu is to stimulate the knowledge
and love of gardening and horticulture
among its membership and the general


                                            CONTENTS
public, and to participate in the
restoration, improvement, and protection
of the environment through programs
and actions in conservation, civic
improvement and education.

The Garden Club of Honolulu is a
member of The Garden Club of America.       Timetable for Exhibitors and Judges          4
As such, its Flower Show is meant to set
standards of artistic and horticultural     Flower Show Committee                        6
excellence; to broaden knowledge of
horticulture, flower arrangement,           General Rules                                8
conservation, and other related areas;
and to share the beauty of a show with
                                            Division I      Flower Arrangement Rules     12
club members and with the public.                           Flower Arrangement Classes   14
                                            Division II     Horticulture Rules           16
5 The Honolulu Academy of Arts                              Horticulture Classes         18
The Honolulu Academy of Arts is
                                            Division III    Photography Rules            20
Hawai‘i’s premier art museum, with
a collection of over fifty thousand                         Photography Classes          21
works. The Academy is dedicated to the
collection, preservation, interpretation,   Division IV     Botanical Jewelry Rules      22
and teaching of the visual arts, and                        Botanical Jewelry Classes    23
the presentation of exhibitions, films
and videos, performing arts, and public     Division V      Special Exhibits             24
programs specifically relevant to
Hawai’i’s ethnically diverse community.     GCA Major Flower Show Awards                 25
The members of The Garden Club of
                                            GCH Awards                                   27
Honolulu extend a heartfelt mahalo nui
to Dr. Stephen Little, Director, and        Glossary of Hawaiian Words                   28
to the staff and trustees of the Academy
for their generous support of this          Registration Forms                           29
Flower Show. It is a privilege and
honor to exhibit in such a beautiful and
historical setting.


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                                TIMETABLE
                                     For Exhibitors and Judges


                                              PRE-SHOW
            October 15, 2008    Six-month ownership deadline for Horticulture Classes 7-10 and 17-19
            January 9, 2009     Deadline for receiving Photography registration forms
            January 14          Three-month ownership deadline for all other Horticulture classes
            March 13            Deadline for receiving Photography entries
            March 30            Deadline for receiving registration forms for Flower Arrangement,
                                Horticulture and Botanic Jewelry
            April 6             Deadline for receiving Jewelry entries



                                   WEEK OF THE SHOW
            April 13, Monday     10:00am - 4:00pm Staging set-up for all Divisions
                                 10:00am - 12:30pm Photography entries passed
                                 1:00pm - 4:00pm     Hanging of Photography entries


            April 14, Tuesday    10:00am - 12:30pm Jewelry entries passed
                                 10:00am - 4:30pm    Staging set-up for Divisions I, II and V continues
                                                     Hanging of Photography entries completed
                                                     Jewelry entries placed


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April 15, Wednesday   8:30am - 12:30pm   Horticulture entries received, passed and placed
                      12 noon - 4:00pm   Division I exhibitors, except Classes 7 and 8
                                         (Challenge) may preview, set up, create, and
                                         complete entries on-site
                      1:00pm             Horticulture exhibitors must vacate exhibition area


April 16, Thursday    7:30 - 11:00am     Creation of Flower Arrangement entries, including
                                         Challenge Classes, in place
                      11:00am            Passing of Flower Arrangement entries completed
                                         GCH members, except for Flower Show Chairmen,
                                         Division and Hospitality Chairmen, and members
                                         serving as Flower Show clerks, must vacate the Academy
                      11:00am            Clerks orientation
                      11:30am            Lunch and briefing for judges and clerks
                      1:00 - 4:00pm      Judging
                      4:00pm             Flower Show evaluation
                      6:30 - 8:30pm      Preview party


April 17, Friday      9:00 - 10:00am     Maintenance of entries as needed
                      10:00am - 4:30pm   Show open to the public


April 18, Saturday    9:00 - 10:00am     Maintenance of entries as needed
                      10:00am - 4:30pm   Show open to the public


April 19, Sunday      12:00 noon - 1:00pm Maintenance of entries as needed
                      1:00 - 5:00pm      Show open to the public
                      5:15 - 6:00pm      Removal of all exhibits
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                      FLOWER SHOW
                       COMMITTEE
            Club President     Allison Holland     (808)   949-2290   chicoandallison@aol.com
            Show Advisor       Alice Guild         (808)   533-6193
            Show Chairmen      Tanya Alston        (808)   261-2361   talston@hawaii.rr.com
                               Paulette Stone      (808)   235-5995   kaleok@hawaii.rr.com
            Show Secretary     Mary Fiedler        (808)   735-6157   kulakai@aol.com
            Show Treasurer     Joan Blankenfeld    (808)   395-8112   joanblank@hawaii.rr.com


                        FLOWER ARRANgEMENT dIvISION
            Chairman           Emmy Greenwell      (808)   735-4505   greenwelj001@hawaii.rr.com
            Schedule           Dotty Nitta         (808)   536-8014   dorothynitta@hawaii.rr.com
            Workshops          Anne Lise Vogel     (808)   923-3322   denmarkalv@aol.com
                               Lili Meagher        (808)   262-8670   meagherm001@hawaii.rr.com
            Entries            Dotty Nitta         (808)   536-8014   dorothynitta@hawaii.rr.com
            Judges             Norene Alexander    (808)   531-4501   norene2@hawaii.rr.com
            Clerks             Lili Meagher        (808)   262-8670   meagherm001@hawaii.rr.com
            Passing            Pat Schnack         (808)   533-6689   pattan@hawaii.rr.com
            Staging            Ele Potts           (808)   926-8771   elepotts@hawaiiantel.net
            Judges Challenge   Bertie Lee          (808)   595-4942   bertielee10@yahoo.com


                               HORTICULTURE dIvISION
            Chairman           Phyllis Lee         (808)   949-1335   phyllee2@att.net
            Schedule           Paulette Stone      (808)   235-5995   kaleok@hawaii.rr.com
            Workshops          Lisa Cavanah        (808)   265-6567   lisa@cavanah.com
                               Ann Kadowaki        (808)   735-5789   ann@jki.com
            Entries            Claire Johnson      (808)   595-6725   cojohnson@hawaii.rr.com
            Judges             Sue Girton          (808)   239-3930
            Clerks             Joan Farrell        (808)   737-8181   jrfaraway@aol.com
            Passing            Emmy Seymour        (808)   941-7543   ewseymour@earthlink.net
            Staging            Heidi Conjugacion   (808)   595-3370   h2oc@hawaii.rr.com
                               Elizabeth Riegels   (808)   261-7678   Shakaesr@hotmail.com
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                       PHOTOgRAPHY dIvISION
Chairman/Schedule           Claire Chao        (808)   377-1891   clairechao@aol.com
Advisor/Judges              Emmy Seymour       (808)   941-7543   ewseymour@earthlink.net
Workshops/Staging           Debbie Bocken      (808)   597-8610   dbocken@myhokua.com
Entries/Passing             Cherye Pierce      (808)   373-4748   cherye@hawaii.rr.com


  BOTANICAL JEWELRY& EMBELLISHMENT dIvISION
Chairman/ Entries           Anne Hagar         (808) 396-0097     anneh@cbpacific.com
Advisor/Workshops           Anne Lise Vogel    (808) 923-3322     denmarkalv@aol.com

                    SPECIAL EXHIBITS dIvISION
Education Exhibit           Pat Wassel         (808)   545-5294   patwassel@yahoo.com
                            Trudie Taylor      (808)   734-7255   trudietaylor@mac.com
                            Liz Keller         (808)   261-2850
WCCC Exhibit                Jean Abbott        (808)   373-3005   jabbott@hawaii.rr.com
                            Judi Moore         (808)   732-3256   judimoore@hotmail.com


                                 ORgANIZATION
Awards                      Moira Knox         (808)   254-4620   mhknox@hawaii.rr.com
Card Preparation            Diane Hastert      (808)   941-8094   ddh@hawaiilawyer.com
Historian                   Carole Chun        (808)   664-7103   kalolachun@hawaii.rr.com
Hostesses                   Adelaide Kistner   (808)   373-1710   rlk@aloha.com
                            Jean Culbertson    (808)   737-9093   JeanCulb@aol.com
Judges Hospitality          Stephanie Hee      (808)   595-7575   StephanieHee@hawaii.rr.com
Nomenclature                Gwen Ihrig         (808)   373-1586   gwenihrig@hawaii.rr.com
                            Bubba Walker       (808)   247-2594   Bubswalk@aol.com
Patrons                     Patsy Gibson       (808)   637-6557   marpat97@aol.com
                            Jean Cornuelle     (808)   396-2302
Preview Party               Lori Eldridge      (808)   373-2308   LoriEldrid@aol.com
                            Kaui Philpotts     (808)   595-5009   philpottk001@hawaii.rr.com
Printing/Program            Barb Masumoto      (808)   732-0349   bmasumoto@hawaii.rr.com
Publicity                   KC Collins         (808)   236-7144   KC.Collins@uhf.hawaii.edu
                            Shari Cotton       (808)   262-7445   sharic@hawaii.rr.com
Signage                     Lynn Murray        (808)   254-5913   boblynn@hawaii.rr.com
                            Vonnie Turner      (808)   947-5955   turnera005@hawaii.rr.com
Staging/HAA Staff Liaison   Victoria Hill      (808) 988-9464     hillv001@hawaii.rr.com        page
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             gENERAL RULES

            1. Na Pua Ali‘i, Reflections on                         6. An entry card must accompany each entry.
            Hawai‘i’s Royal Legacy is a Garden Club of              entry cards will be available at the show and upon
            America major flower Show and all rules as stated       request from the respective entry or division
            in The Garden Club of America Flower Show and Judging   Chairman in advance of the show. information
            Guide, 2000 revised edition, shall apply.               required on the entry card must be completed

            2. Any clarification or change in rules as              in black waterproof ink or typed. if an exhibit is
                                                                    the work of more than one person, names of all
            originally stated in the schedule shall be
                                                                    participants must be listed on the entry card.
            communicated promptly in writing by the
            division Chairman to all exhibitors in the class,       7. All plant material must be correctly identified.
            and at the show, to the Passing Committee and to        the RHS Index of Garden Plants, the AHS A-Z
            the judges.                                             Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, and A Tropical Garden Flora

            3. entries are open to all members of Garden            shall be the authorities for plant identification and
                                                                    will be available at the show.
            Club of America clubs including members who
            are professionals in their fields, and to provisional   8. the Garden Club of America expects
            members of the Garden Club of Honolulu.                 exhibitors to be aware of the need to promote

            4. Advance registration is required for all classes.    conservation of endangered and threatened
                                                                    plants and to prohibit use of invasive plants.
            registration forms are provided at the back of
                                                                    Plants collected from the wild and listed as
            the schedule. Classes will be filled in the order
                                                                    endangered in Hawai‘i may not be exhibited in a
            registration forms are received according to the
                                                                    GCA-sponsored flower Show. Cultivated plant
            postmark/fax/e-mail date. the division entry
                                                                    material listed as endangered in Hawai‘i may be
            chairman will send a registration confirmation.
                                                                    exhibited if accompanied by a typed card stating
            5. while the Garden Club of America, the                that it has not been collected from the wild, and
            Garden Club of Honolulu and the Honolulu                giving information concerning the plant’s cultural
            Academy of Arts will exercise due caution in            requirements and methods of propagation.
            safeguarding exhibits, responsibility for damage,
            loss or personal injury cannot be assumed.

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9. A list of Hawai‘i threatened, endangered and 12. no insects, pests, or diseased plant material
locally invasive species is available upon request        will be allowed in the flower Show. Plant material
from the Horticulture Chairman, and will be               must be in show condition, well-groomed, free of
available at the show. Access these lists through         dust, dirt or any evidence of residual spray. each
the uSdA Plants database at http://plants.usda.           container, base and accessory accompanying an
gov. under Plant topics select threatened and             exhibit must be inconspicuously labeled with the
endangered, or invasive and noxious; then                 exhibitor’s name.
select Hawai‘i.
                                                          13. only participating judges, Clerks, flower
10. the Passing Committee must pass each                  Show Committee Chairmen and division
entry before an exhibitor may leave the show              Chairmen will be allowed on the floor during
area. the Passing Committee reserves the right            judging.
to refuse any entry that does not conform to
the schedule. the exhibitor has the option
                                                          14. exhibits in competition for a novice award
                                                          will be identified with a red dot on the entry card.
of correcting the entry if time permits. if not
                                                          A novice is an individual who has not won a first
corrected, the entry cannot be judged, but may
                                                          place award in the division entered in a GCA
remain in place marked “for exhibition only.”
                                                          major flower Show.
the judges may not disqualify any entry passed by
the Passing Committee.                                    15. exhibits must remain in place and in show
11. once an entry is passed, the exhibitor(s)             condition until the show closes. Show breakdown
                                                          begins at 5:15pm Sunday, April 19, 2009, and all
must immediately leave the exhibition area. A
                                                          exhibits must be removed by 6:00pm.
passed entry may not be touched again until after
judging and then only to carry out necessary              16. exhibitors are asked to remember that
maintenance. exception: in the event of an                they are guests of the Honolulu Academy of
unforeseen accident, if the passing process is still in   Arts during the flower Show. we thank you for
progress, the exhibitor(s) may make the necessary         demonstrating the utmost courtesy and respect for
repairs to the exhibit, with special permission and       Academy personnel and the rules and restrictions
oversight from the Passing Committee and the              of the Academy.
division Chairman. the exhibit must then be
passed a second time, with the entry card marked
accordingly (PP).




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           RULES FOR
        INdOOR EXHIBITS
                             at the Honolulu Academy of Arts
            Evidence of fumigation required                  Water and other mechanics in
            for:                                             the galleries:
            •	 wood – including furniture, pedestals,        •	 Vessels and oasis should be checked
               frames, crates, containers, driftwood,           for leakage; oasis must be in watertight
               and logs                                         containers
            •	 feathers, fur, and skins, including those     •	 Ponds, trays, or other large arrangements
               on clothing and shoes                            of water are not permitted
            •	 Silk and wool fabrics, including clothing,    •	 Spills or the tracking of water through
               carpets, blankets, and pillows                   galleries is prohibited
            •	 food items that would attract insects         •	 misting allowed only if the floor and areas
               and rodents                                      surrounding the display are protected from
                                                                the overspray

            Materials discouraged                            •	 Plant material should not touch walls
            unless fumigated:                                   or floors

            •	 dried plant material including flowers,       •	 electric drilling, ironing, steaming, use of
               branches, and, vines of all types including      glue guns, and painting are all prohibited
               curly willow                                     indoors

            •	 Hollow reed baskets, gourds, and bamboo
            •	 bark, coir, wood excelsior, rope, cinnamon
               sticks, and seedpods
            •	 Potting soil and gravel




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NOTES




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                                                              Division 1

                            FLOWER
                         ARRANgEMENT
                             RULES
            1. Please read the General Rules and Timetable               6. All arrangements must be completed at the
            for Exhibitors.                                              show. Complex compositions requiring extensive

            2. Exhibitors are allowed one entry per class,               time for construction may be prefabricated and
                                                                         assembled at the show.
            and may enter more than one class. Allocation of
            pedestals and niches in each class will be determined        7. All arrangements must include fresh and/or dried
            by the date the registration form (hard copy) is             plant material. Artificial plant material is not allowed.
            received by the Entries Chairman.                            Please refer to the Rules for Exhibits at the Honolulu

            3. The exhibitor(s) under whose name(s) an exhibit           Academy of Arts under the General Rules regarding
                                                                         plant material and props.
            has been registered must arrange the entry. All
            participants must be listed. Exhibitors must remain          8. Fresh plant material must be in water or be so
            with their exhibits until approved by the passing            conditioned as to remain in pristine form while on
            committee. Once passed, exhibitors may no longer             exhibition. An arrangement not maintained in show
            touch their exhibit.                                         condition may have its award removed.

            4. Classes 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6 may have two exhibitors 9. Live animals including fish, taxidermy, natural
            per entry. Classes 2, 7, and 8 are limited to a single       birds’ nests, protected sea-life, locally invasive plant
            exhibitor.                                                   materials, cut fruits and vegetables are not permitted.

            5. If forced to withdraw, an exhibitor must find             10. Accessories are permitted.
            a substitute unless there is a waiting list for the class.
            The Flower Arrangement Chairman and the Class
                                                                         11. Plant material may be treated or manipulated.
                                                                         Mechanics should not be visible unless they are an
            Consultant must be notified of any changes
                                                                         integral part of the design.
            or substitutions.
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12. Arrangements in all classes except Class 2 may 17. Judging will be based on the principles of
extend no more than 6" from the pedestal perimeter,          design: balance, contrast, dominance, proportion,
and the plant material must not touch the floor.             rhythm, and scale; and on the elements of design

13. Each entry in Class 2 will be staged in a niche          including color, form, light, line, pattern, size, space,
                                                             and texture. Creativity is important, as in distinction
and the plant material may not extend beyond
                                                             and conformance to the class schedule.
the opening of the niche. Niche walls may not be
damaged. Materials may be added to complement                18. Classes 7 and 8 are Invitational Challenge
the design.                                                  Classes. All materials and mechanics will be provided.

14. All lighting will be provided by the Honolulu            Each exhibitor must provide clippers and will not be
                                                             allowed to bring any other equipment, material or
Academy of Arts.
                                                             supplies. Challenge Class exhibits must be created in
15. The gallery walls at the Honolulu Academy of             the allotted time.
Arts are off-white in color. Pedestal walls are also off-
white and may not be altered.
                                                             19. Refreshing exhibits daily will be allowed an
                                                             hour before the opening of the show.
16. A statement of intent is required for Classes            20. The Point Scoring System may be used at the
1-6 and must be submitted at the time of passing.
                                                             discretion of the Coordinating Judge and panel.
The statement (no more than 25 words) must be
typed or printed in waterproof ink on a 4" x 6" white
unlined card.




                  Inquiries concerning Flower Arrangement Classes should be directed to the
                 Flower Arrangement Chairman, Emmy Greenwell, or to the Class Consultant
                                       identified in the class description.

                  Send flower arrangement registration forms by March 30, 2009 to the Entries Chairman:

                                                   Dotty Nitta
                                           2588 Makiki Heights Drive
                                            Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822
                                             Phone: (808) 536-8014
                                        E-mail: dorothynitta@hawaii.rr.com
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                                                        Division 1

                          FLOWER
                       ARRANgEMENT
                          CLASSES

            Class 1        CoRoNATioN 5 6 Entries
                           A Novice Class
                           Pedestal: 13" x 13" x 40"
                           Viewed from three sides
            Class Consultant: Patsy Gibson 5 (808)637-6557 5 marpat97@aol.com

            Class 2        THRougH A PALACE WiNdoW 5 6 Entries
                           Small Arrangement: no smaller than 5" and no greater than 9" in height, width or depth
                           Displayed in a niche: 18" x 18" x 18"
                           Viewed from the front
            Class Consultant: Allison Holland 5 (808) 949-2290 5 chicoandallison@aol.com

            Class 3        dELigHTS ANd divERSioNS
                           PASTiMES of THE ALi‘i 5 6 Entries
                              Pedestal: 24" x 24" x 40"
                              Viewed from three sides
            Class Consultant: Norene Alexander 5 (808) 531-4501 5 norene2@hawaii.rr.com




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Class 4        voyAgiNg BEyoNd THE KiNgdoM 5 6 Entries
               Pedestal: 18" x 18" x 40"
               Viewed from all sides

Class Consultant: Pat Schnack 5 (808) 533-6689 5 pattan@hawaii.rr.com

Class 5        HAWAi‘i’S PRiNCESS
               KA‘iuLANi of ‘AiNAHAu 5 6 Entries
                  Pedestal: 18" x 18" x 40"
                  Viewed from three sides
Class Consultant: Dotty Nitta 5 (808) 536-8014 5 dorothynitta@hawaii.rr.com

Class 6        THE ECHo of THEiR SoNgS 5 6 Entries
                  Pedestal: 18" x 18" x 40"
                  Viewed from all sides
Class Consultant: Ele Potts 5 (808) 926-8771 5 elepotts@hawaiiantel.net

Class 7        iN THE QuEEN’S gARdEN 5 6 Entries
An Invitational Challenge Class open to Garden Club of America Flower Arrangement Judges.
                  Pedestal 13" x 13" x 40"
                  Viewed from all sides
Class Consultant: Bertie Lee 5 (808) 595-4942 5 bertielee10@yahoo.com

Class 8        HigH TEA WiTH THE ALi‘i 5 6 Entries
An Invitational Challenge Class open to Garden Club of America Flower Arrangement Prospective Judges.
                  Pedestal 13" x 13" x 40"
                  Viewed from all sides
Class Consultant: Bertie Lee 5 (808) 595-4942 5 bertielee10@yahoo.com




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                                                          Division 11

                           HORTICULTURE
                              RULES
            1. Please read the General rules and timetable      5   novice entries will be identified by a red dot
                                                                    on the entry card for awards panels.
            for exhibitors.
            2. An exhibitor may submit one entry per class in 4. All entries propagated by the exhibitor must
            all classes.                                        be so identified with the method, date and details
            5   two exhibitors are permitted in Classes 1, 2,   of propagation on a 4" x 6" unlined white card, and
                and 16.                                         typed or printed in waterproof ink, to accompany
            5   up to three exhibitors are permitted in         the entry card.
                Class 3.                                        5. locally invasive plants are not permitted.
            3. All entries must have been owned and grown       bonsai are not permitted. Accessories are permit-
            by the exhibitor(s) for a minimum of three          ted only in Classes 1 and 3. Accessories requiring
            months unless otherwise stated in the schedule.     electrical connections or hook-ups are not permit-
                                                                ted. Hanging exhibits are permitted in Classes 2,
            5   entries owned and grown by the exhibitor        4, 5, and 6 with prior notice on registration form.
                for a minimum of six months are eligible for
                the Elizabeth Platt Corning Medal               6. Container-grown plants should be exhibited
                and will be identified by a gold dot on the     in containers that are clean, unobtrusive and com-
                entry card.                                     patible with the exhibit. terracotta-colored clay
                                                                pots are preferred unless otherwise stated in the
            5   entries propagated, owned and grown by the      schedule. Containers of owner’s choice should be
                exhibitor for a minimum of six months are       subtly colored and preferably non-glazed. Con-
                eligible for the Louise Agee Wrinkle            tainers are measured at the diameter or the diago-
                Horticulture Propagation Award and              nal of the inside rim.
                the gwen ihrig Plant Propagation
                Award, and will be identified by a green dot
                on the entry card.

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7. disguised double potting is permitted. All pot- 9. A statement of intent (no more than 25
ted entries must sit on hard, clear, appropriately          words), where used, must be typed or printed in
sized plastic saucers. Any ties or staking must be          waterproof ink on a 4" x 6" unlined white card and
unobtrusive. top dressing must not float when               submitted with the entry at the time of passing.
watered.
                                                            10. entries will be judged for horticultural
8. An entry with multiple specimens as in Classes           achievement and conformance to the schedule.
1, 2, 3, and 16 must include a key card or diagram,         Classes may be subdivided and entries moved and/
typed or printed on a 4" x 6" white, unlined card,          or reclassified at the discretion of the Horticulture
to identify and locate plant material in the exhibit.       Chairman and/or the Horticulture judges.
A numbered list of plants with corresponding
numbers placed on a digital photo or schematic
                                                            11. exhibitors may refresh their exhibits only
                                                            at the scheduled refreshment period each day. it
drawing makes for ease of identification.
                                                            is the exhibitor’s responsibility to keep entries in
                                                            show condition throughout the show.




                   inquiries concerning Horticulture Classes should be directed to the
                                  Horticulture Chairman, Phyllis lee.


                    Send horticulture registration forms to the Entries Chairman by March 30, 2009:
                                                    Claire johnson
                                                 3833 old Pali road
                                             Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96817
                                              Phone: (808) 595-6725
                                                 fax: (808) 595-3974
                                        e-mail: cojohnson@hawaii.rr.com
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                                                        Division 11

                       HORTICULTURE
                          CLASSES

            Class 1         PLANTiNg THE KiNgdoM 5 Unlimited Entries
                            An ethnobotany class featuring three different species brought to Hawai‘i prior to
                            1900 and used culturally by a single ethnic group. Plants to be displayed individually in
                            matching containers of owners’ choice no larger than 14". exhibit may include products
                            of the plants featured as accessories. Key card must identify the culture represented, the
                            plants, and their use(s) in that culture. exhibit to be judged on horticultural merit (50%),
                            variety and identification (20%), difficulty of cultivation (20%), and key card (10%).

            Class 2         HiS MAJESTy’S fERNERy 5 6 Entries
                            A collection of three ferns of different genera, displayed individually in containers no
                            larger than 12" in size. Key card required. exhibit to be judged on horticultural merit
                            (55%), difficulty of cultivation (25%), staging and arrangement (10%), and key card (10%).

            Class 3         Ho‘oNANEA 5 6 Entries
                            An outdoor setting from 19th century Hawai‘i in vignette fashion. to be displayed
                            within a floor space 4' deep by 9' wide, bordered on two sides and viewed from the
                            front. display to include a minimum of three rooted specimens shown in containers of
                            exhibitors’ choice. Accessories permitted. Key card required, intent card optional. exhibit
                            to be judged on horticultural perfection (40%), plant compatibility and identification
                            (30%), artistic merit (20%), and key and intent cards (10%.)

            Classes 4 - 6   viCToRiAN TREASuRES 5 6 Entries Each
                            A single orchid specimen exhibited in a container of owner’s choice not to exceed 10".
                            Class 4 dendrobium
                            Class 5 Phalaenopsis
                            Class 6 other


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Class 7 - 8       PRiNCE of THE foREST 5 6 Entries Each
                  A single specimen of the indigenous moa, Psilotum nudum, displayed in a
                  terracotta container.
                  Class 7 Pot size to 8". Plant grown for at least six months.
                  Class 8 Pot size to 14". Plant grown for three or more years.

Classes 9 - 10    LigHTiNg THE WAy 5 Unlimited Entries
                  A Propagation Challenge
                  A specimen of Kukui, Aleurites moluccana, the State tree of Hawai‘i, exhibited in a
                  terracotta container to 16". Propagation method, date and growing conditions to be
                  detailed on a 4" x 6" card.
                  Class 9 Seeds distributed prior to September 2008
                  Class 10 Seedlings distributed September 2008

Classes 11 - 13   SyMBoLS of RoyALTy 5 6 Entries Each
                  Single or multiple stalks of Cordyline fruticosa displayed in a terracotta container not to
                  exceed 12". multiple stalk exhibits must be of a single variety or cultivar.
                  Class 11 A predominantly red variety or cultivar
                  Class 12 A dwarf or miniature variety or cultivar
                  Class 13 other

Classes 14 - 15   THE RoSE of ‘AiNAHAu 5 6 Entries Each
                  A single rooted specimen of a Hawaiian rose in a terracotta container not to exceed 14".
                  Class 14 Pua lokelani, Rosa chinensis ‘luis felipe’
                  Class 15 Pua lokelau, green rose, Rosa chinensis v. viridiflora

Class 16          LEi oLA, LEi ALi‘i 5 8 Entries
                  A living lei of predominantly rooted material exhibited in a container supplied by the
                  Committee. Key card required. exhibit to be judged on horticultural merit (40%), plant
                  variety and compatibility (30%), artistic merit (20%), and key card (10%).

Classes 17 - 19   CRoWN JEWELS – PAR CLASSES 5 Unlimited Entries
                  An exhibit of exceptional horticultural merit that does not qualify for entry elsewhere
                  in the Horticulture division, exhibited in a container of owner’s choice. Cut specimens,
                  bonsai, collections, container gardens and hanging baskets are not permitted. Acquisition
                  date, cultivation and propagation details, if appropriate, to be described on a 4"x6" card
                  accompanying the entry.
                  Class 17 A plant owned and grown by the exhibitor for a minimum of six months.
                  Class 18 “old friends” - a plant owned and grown by the exhibitor for a period of no less
                  than fifteen years. exhibit may have placed first, second or third in a major, small or club
                  flower Show of the Garden Club of Honolulu.
                  Class 19 A plant propagated and grown by exhibitor for a minimum of six months.
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                                                          Division 111

            PHOTOgRAPHY RULES
            1. Please read the General rules and timetable             8. Photography entries are limited to subjects
            for exhibitors.                                            consistent with Garden Club of America interests

            2. Classes are open to all members of the                  such as horticulture, flower arrangement, gardens/
                                                                       landscapes, conservation/the environment, historic
            Garden Club of America clubs, except those who
                                                                       preservation and civic improvement.
            are professional photographers.

            3. An exhibitor may enter only one entry in a              9. All photographs must include plant material.
            class and may enter a total of two classes.                10. Photographs must be mounted on mat
            4. if forced to withdraw, an exhibitor must find a         board and/or over-matted with a total perimeter
                                                                       dimension no larger than 50"; no single side may
            substitute unless there is a waiting list for the class.
                                                                       exceed 18". the color of the mat board and the
            the Photography division Chairman must be
                                                                       surface finish of the photograph are the choice of
            notified of any changes or substitutions.
                                                                       the exhibitor.
            5. if a photograph has won first place in a GCA            11. Glass and framing are not permitted.
            flower Show or GCA major flower Show, it may
            not be entered in competition again. A previously          12. Photos will be staged against an off-white wall.
            entered photograph, which did not place first, may
            be entered again if the image is altered and newly
                                                                       13. each entry must be labeled on the back of
                                                                       the photograph mounting with the exhibitor’s
            printed.
                                                                       name, garden club, address, phone number,
            6. each photograph must be the work of                     e-mail address and class entered. the top of the
            the exhibitor under whose name it is entered.              photograph must be indicated. if plant material
            Printing, matting and mounting may be done                 in the image is identifiable, the common and
            professionally.                                            botanical name(s) are required on the back of the

            7. manipulation at the time of exposure, in the            photograph and on the entry card.

            darkroom, by computer, or in the printing process          14.the Photography Committee will review all
            is allowed in all classes and must be the work of          photograph entries to verify class specifications
            the exhibitor. this includes cropping of the image,        have been met. if a photograph is not passed, the
            enhancement for color or clarity, removal of a part        exhibitor will be notified and permitted to send a
            of the image, combining images, or distorting the          replacement photograph.
            original subject.


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15.the Photography Committee may reclassify 17. Photographs must be removed Sunday,
an entry but only with the permission of the                   April 19, 2009 between 5:15 and 6:00pm.
photographer. the Photography Committee and                    Provisions for returning an entry by mail must
the judges may subdivide a class but the judges                be made in advance. if an entry is to be returned
may not reclassify an entry.                                   by mail, a self-addressed, pre-paid envelope or

16.the recommended scale of points by which                    package and appropriate wrapping materials must
                                                               be submitted with the exhibit. otherwise the
the classes are to be judged: creativity (30%),
                                                               entry will not be returned.
composition (25%), technical merit (20%), distinction
(15%), and interpretation of theme (10%).



PHOTOgRAPHY CLASSES
Classes 1 - 2    RoyAL CoLoRS 5 15 Entries Total
                 An image of plant material depicting the brilliant colors of royalty.
                 Class 1 red and/or Gold
                 Class 2 Purple

Class 3          PALATiAL SPLENdoR 5 12 Entries
                 A color portrayal of architectural, decorative and/or garden elements evoking
                 palatial splendor.

Classes 4 - 5    THE MAJESTy of NATuRE 5 12 Entries Total
                 An outdoor scene expressing the awesome majesty or breath-taking power of nature.
                 Class 4 Color
                 Class 5 monochrome

          Advance registration is required by Friday, January 9, 2009. registration forms may be e-mailed or faxed
                                            to the photography division chairman:

                         Claire Chao, 418 maono loop, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96821
                   Phone: 808-377-1891, fax: 808-377-1892, e-mail: clairechao@aol.com

                              entries must be received no later than Friday, March 13, 2009.
                                        please mail or hand-deliver photographs to:

                        Cherye Pierce, 1527 Hoa‘aina Street, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96821
                          Phone/fax: 808-373-4748, e-mail: cherye@hawaii.rr.com                                       page
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                                                         Division 1v

            BOTANICAL JEWELRY
            and EMBELLISHMENT
                   RULES
            1. Please read the General rules and timetable           ments (paints, nail polishes, varnishes, waxes, etc.)
                                                                     are permitted. Glitter (shake-on or incorporated
            for exhibitors.
                                                                     into paints) and artificial plant materials are not
            2. An exhibitor may enter one exhibit in each            permitted.
            class, but may enter more than one class.
                                                                     6. wood or other plant material may not be
            3. each exhibit must be the work of the exhibitor        carved into figural forms; such forms must be
            under whose name it has been entered. entries            assembled. Any material may be cut, incised or
            previously exhibited in the botanical jewelry and        shaped to enhance artistic effect.
            embellishment division of a GCA or GCA major
            flower Show are not allowed.
                                                                     7. the use of endangered plant material
                                                                     is prohibited.
            4. if forced to withdraw, an exhibitor must find a 8. non-plant material (cardboard, metal, twine)
            substitute unless there is a waiting list for the class.
                                                                     may be used only for construction, but the me-
            the division Chairman must be notified of any
                                                                     chanics must not show.
            changes or substitutions.

            5. only dried plant material including flowers,          9. each entry must be accompanied by an appro-
                                                                     priately labeled, 5" x 8" unlined, white sample card
            foliage, seeds, pods, nuts (in or out of shells), veg-
                                                                     to which an untreated example of each kind of
            etables, vines, twigs, reeds, etc., and freeze-dried
                                                                     plant material used in the design must be affixed.
            fruit lacquered with many coats may be used. only
                                                                     the card must identify, by common and botanical
            plant material, mechanics, and their surface treat-
                                                                     names, the plant material used.




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 10. the Class Consultant must receive all             with the utmost care. Please indicate in writing,
                                                       and include with the exhibit, any special instruc-
entries no later than monday, April 6, 2009. if
                                                       tions for display.
an exhibit is to be returned, the exhibitor must
provide a self-addressed return label, envelope or     12. All jewelry must be removed Sunday, April
mailer, return postage and packing material.           19 between 5:15-6:00pm unless mailing provisions

11. the Committee will be responsible for instal-      are made in advance.

lation of the exhibits. each exhibit will be handled




BOTANICAL JEWELRY
and EMBELLISHMENT
      CLASSES
Class 1        THE MEdALS of THE RoyAL oRdER 5 6 Entries
               medals no larger than 6" in diameter to be shown on 8"x8" black velvet pillows.
Class Consultant: Anna Lise Vogel (808) 923-3322 • denmarkalv@aol.com

Class 2        THE QuEEN’S JEWELRy 5 6 Entries
               jewelry to be displayed on black velvet background.
Class Consultant: Anna Lise Vogel (808) 923-3322 • denmarkalv@aol.com


                       registration forms should be received by march 30, 2009.

                             Mail or hand-deliver entries by April 6, 2009. Send to:
                                                Anne Hagar
                             578 Poipu drive, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96825
                        Phone: (808) 396-0097, e-mail: anneh@cpbpacific.com

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                                                     Division v

                SPECIAL EXHIBITS
         Educational Exhibit I
         NA KiHAPAi PuA ALi‘i, The Gardens of the Ali‘i
         Hawaiian rulers customarily owned several homes, each sited to enjoy the advantages of a particular
         climate. Historic records describe royal homes and gardens located mauka in the cool, wet uplands, makai
         in the drier, warmer areas near the ocean, and in the kula lands between those extremes. these histories
         further note that the ali‘i cultivated plants native to their culture as well as those brought by voyagers,
         scientists and settlers to Hawai‘i in the 1800s – a period of amazing introduced diversity, both cultural
         and botanic.

         the Hawaiian manner of planting followed the ahupua‘a, with plants grown according to the varied
         climactic conditions found from mountain to ocean. At Garden Club of Honolulu flower Shows, the
         most commonly asked question is, “Can i grow this plant where i live?” this exhibit’s intent therefore
         is twofold: first to note the importance of preserving historical records of significant homes and gardens,
         and second to educate by demonstrating the concept of “right Plant, right Place” using royal homes
         and gardens as the demonstration vehicle. the exhibit is based on information found in writings from
         the 1800s and on current information provided by GCH members with gardens in similar locations.
         we hope the exhibit will inspire show visitors to keep histories of their own gardens and to embrace the
         concept of “right Plant, right Place” as they plant their gardens.

         Educational Exhibit II
         CoNTiNuiNg To PLANT foR A BETTER fuTuRE
         in 2004, the Garden Club of Honolulu received $25,000 from the Garden Club of America for its
         founders fund project “Planting for a better future.” the project’s purpose was to establish a program
         at the womens Community Correctional Center, the Hawai‘i State prison for women. Garden Club
         members and community educators teach the inmates marketable skills including the cultivation of
         nursery plants, designing of floral arrangements and lei, and the management of a lo‘i where kalo is grown
         in the traditional Hawaiian manner. this popular GCH project continues to enjoy success, and in fact
         has expanded. Construction of the lo‘i was completed and the first kalo harvested in 2008. A lei and
         cutting garden is in process, and classes in horticulture, floral arrangement and lei making continue to be
         offered. this exhibit showcases components of the program.

       the Horticulture segment will feature the ‘ulu or breadfruit, a staple of the Hawaiian diet, planted and
       grown by the inmates. After the show, the trees will be replanted in the area surrounding the lo‘i to
       be nurtured and harvested by the women for many generations to come! the exhibit will also feature
       flowers nurtured and harvested by the inmates and mosaic pavers in simple floral designs, that they
       created from broken tiles and cement pavers. the inmates have embraced the idea of “taking something
       broken and making something beautiful” as a reflection of the possibilities in their own lives. Photo and
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5 24 storyboards will further demonstrate the progress of this unique and meaningful founder’s fund project.
     5
    Garden Club of America Major Flower Show
                              AWARdS
  The GCA Major Flower Show Awards described below have been applied for and will be presented if merited.

  the fenwick Medal may be awarded to members of GCA clubs only in competitive flower
  arrangement classes at a GCA major flower Show. it is offered in recognition of creative work
     of outstanding beauty using predominantly fresh plant material, fruits, or vegetables. the
 arrangement must be made at the show and must be the work of only the person(s) under whose
 name(s) it is exhibited. the awarding of the fenwick medal lies in the clear interpretation by the
judges of the intent of the medal. A standard of creativity and quality in a highly competitive show
  rather than best in Show is required. the arrangement must have placed first, second, or third.

the Margaret Clover Symonds Medal may be awarded to members of GCA clubs only
in a competitive flower arrangement class at a GCA major flower Show. the arrangement must
 be created at the show and either individual or joint entries are eligible. the arrangement must
 be an innovative, modern design, creatively combining man-made material(s) with fresh and/or
dried plant material (as the schedule permits). the entry must have placed first, second, or third.

the Carol Coffey Swift Medal of Excellence may be awarded to members of GCA
  clubs only. it is offered in recognition of an arrangement of great distinction in a competitive
class in a GCA major flower Show. the arrangement must be created at the show and either an
     individual or joint entries are eligible. the entry must have placed first, second, or third.

the Sandra Baylor Novice Award may be given at a GCA flower Show to an exhibitor
who is a member of a GCA club and who has never won a blue ribbon in the flower Arrangement
 division of a GCA major flower Show. it shall be awarded for an arrangement that is a unique
   and skillful response to the schedule. novice entries in any competitive flower Arrangement
  classes are eligible for this award and will be identified by a colored dot on the entry card. the
 arrangement must have been created by one person, and must have placed first, second or third.

 the Elizabeth Platt Corning Medal may be awarded to members of GCA clubs only
   in a competitive horticulture class in a GCA major flower Show. the medal is to be awarded
   to an entry notable for its cultural difficulty as well as for being presented with distinction and
     originality. it must have achieved an exceptional standard of horticultural excellence. extra
 consideration will be given to an entry propagated by the exhibitor; full propagation details must
 be listed on a card accompanying the entry. the entry must have been grown by the exhibitor for
  at least six months. the medal may be awarded for a single plant, collection of plants, container
garden, or cut specimens. individual, joint, or club entries are eligible. the entry must have placed
     first, second, or third. the medal may not be awarded more than once to the same exhibit.


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             the Louise Agee Wrinkle Horticulture Propagation Award may be awarded
            at a major flower Show to a Garden Club of America member for her skill in plant propagation.
             the exhibit must have been propagated and grown by the exhibitor for at least six months and
             should be distinguished by its prime condition, cultural perfection, attractive presentation and
               flawless grooming. it is for rooted plants propagated from seed, cuttings or other traditional
            methods. it can be a single specimen, a source plant and its offspring, or a collection. Propagation
              details including dates and methods employed should be written on a card accompanying the
                                                         entry card.

               the Ann Lyon Crammond Award may be presented to an outstanding educational
              exhibit which best educates the public about gardens at a GCA major or GCA flower Show.
               Any educational exhibit that increases the appreciation of any aspect of plants, gardens, or
             landscape design, may be considered for this award. the award may be given to a Garden Club
                       of America member, member clubs, non-members or other organizations.

              the Certificate of Excellence in Horticulture is awarded at a GCA major
               flower Show to Garden Club of America clubs or club members, nonmembers, or other
             organizations. the Certificate of excellence in Horticulture is awarded for an exhibit of great
                 distinction in a competitive class. the entry must have placed first, second, or third.

             the Certificate of Excellence in Photography is awarded for an exhibit of great
                  distinction in a competitive class. the entry must have placed first, second or third.

               the Certificate of Excellence in Conservation is awarded at a GCA major
            flower Show to Garden Club of America clubs or club members, nonmembers, or other organi-
            zations for an exhibit of exceptional merit which educates the public on conservation issues and
                promotes respect for natural resources and responsibility for environmental stewardship.

            The garden Club of America Novice Award may be presented in the Horticulture,
            Photography and Special divisions for an outstanding exhibit at a GCA and GCA major flower
               Show. only a novice exhibitor who is a member of a GCA Club and has placed first in the
                                   division entered is eligible to receive this award.
            A novice is an exhibitor who has not won first place in the division entered, at a GCA major flow-
             er Show. only an individual novice exhibitor is eligible to receive the Garden Club of America
            novice Award and the Sandra baylor novice flower Arrangement Award. A novice exhibitor will
                be identified by a red dot placed on the top of the entry card, following the initial judging.

             A Best in Show, to be selected from among the blue ribbon winners, may be awarded in
                                                each division.

            A Judges’ Commendation may be given to an entry, class, section, special exhibit, or other
                             aspect of the show that is of exceptional merit.



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                     Garden Club of Honolulu
                             AWARdS
 the Patsy gibson Award for flower Arrangement may be presented to the outstanding
              entry by a novice who has not previously received this award.


 the Jean Thomas Award for Horticulture may be presented to a novice for a blue
                        ribbon entry in horticulture.


the Sue girton Horticulture Award may be presented to the horticultural entry with
     blooms or foliage that display perfection and vibrancy of color, form, and condition.


   the gwen ihrig Plant Propagation Award may be given to a member of the
   Garden Club of Honolulu for successfully growing an exceptional, single-rooted plant or
 collection of plants propagated from cuttings or seeds for a period of no less than six months.
the entry must have placed first, second or third at a major or small flower show of the Garden
  Club of Honolulu, and must be in prime condition and flawlessly groomed. the method of
 propagation and detailed growing conditions must be entered on the entry card. if merited, it
 will be awarded at the discretion of the Garden Club of America judges. An exhibit may not
                               receive this award more than once.


    the Betty Lou Ho “old friends, great Memories” Award is to be given to a
   member of the Garden Club of Honolulu whose entry in a competitive horticulture class is
    notable for its cultural difficulty and/or originality, its prime condition, cultural perfection,
   and attractive presentation. the award may be given to a single plant, collection of plants or
 container garden and the plant(s) must have been in the grower’s possession for a period of no
   less than fifteen years. As forgiving as we are with all friends that show the fine lines of time,
grooming should be as flawless as possible. the entry must have placed first, second or third at a
 major or small flower show of the Garden Club of Honolulu. Acquisition and growing details
  including dates and source location, and/or details of propagation should be written on a card
    accompanying the entry. the award may not be given to the same exhibit more than once.




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                                  gLOSSARY
                                          of Hawaiian Words

        Ahupua‘a          Hawaiian land division extending from mountain to sea
        Ahu‘ula           feather cloak or cape
        Ali‘i             Chief, ruler, monarch
        Ali‘iolani Hale   originally built as a royal palace, Ali‘iolani Hale is the home of Hawai‘i’s judiciary.
        Holoku            the long, formal Hawaiian dress
        Ho‘onanea         to pass the time in ease, to relax, enjoy
        Kahili            Hawaiian feather standard symbolic of royalty
        Kalo              taro, Colocasia esculenta, a staple in the Hawaiian diet
        Kama‘aina         native born, literally “child of the land”
        Kihapai           A garden
        Koa               the largest of native forest trees, Acacia koa
        Kukui             the candlenut tree, Hawai‘i’s State tree
        Kula              Plain, field, pasture. located between mauka and makai
        Lei               A necklace of flowers, leaves, shells, ivory, or feathers given as a symbol of affection.
        Lo‘i              An irrigated terrace used to plant taro
        Lokelani          the small, red Hawaiian rose
        Lokelau           the green rose
        Lu‘au             A Hawaiian feast
        Mahalo nui        to thank, give thanks, greatly appreciate
        Maile             A native, twining shrub, Alyxia olivaeformis, often fashioned into lei
        Makai             At or near the ocean; in the direction of the ocean
        Malihini          A newcomer or guest
        Mauka             inland, upland, toward the mountains
        Ola               life, health, wellbeing
        Pikake            the Arabian jasmine, Jasminum sambuc, beloved for its fragrance
        Pua               flower, blossom, child, descendant, offspring
        Pua ali‘i         descendants of the chiefs; royal progeny
        ‘Ulu              the breadfruit, Artocarpus altilis



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                                                     Division 1
            FLOWER ARRANgEMENT
             REgISTRATION FORM
                          Na Pua Ali‘i, Reflections on Hawai‘i’s Royal Legacy
Registration Deadline: March 30, 2009. Send registration form(s) to:
           dotty nitta
           2588 makiki Heights drive                              Phone: (808) 536-8014
           Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822                                e-mail: dorothynitta@hawaii.rr.com

Registrations will be accepted in the order received. Please complete one registration form per entry.

           Class 1                  Coronation                                          6 entries

           Class 2                  through a Palace window                             6 entries

           Class 3                  delights and diversions, Pastimes of the Ali‘i      6 entries

           Class 4                  Voyaging beyond the Kingdom                         6 entries

           Class 5                  Hawai‘i’s Princess, Ka‘iulani of ‘Ainahau           6 entries

           Class 6                  the echo of their Songs                             6 entries

           Class 7                  in the Queen’s Garden                               6 entries

           Class 8                  High tea with the Ali‘i                             6 entries


Please print using block letters.

name                                                                      Garden Club

Address

Phone                                      fax                            e-mail

novice? yes                 no             date



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                                                   Division 11

                       HORTICULTURE
                     REgISTRATION FORM
                           Na Pua Ali‘i, Reflections on Hawai‘i’s Royal Legacy
Registration Deadline: March 30, 2009. Send registration form(s) to:
          Claire johnson                                          Phone: (808) 595-6725
          3833 old Pali road                                      fax:    (808) 595-3974
          Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96817                                 e-mail: cojohnson@hawaii.rr.com

Registrations will be accepted in the order received. Please complete one registration form per entry.

Class 1                    Planting the Kingdom                                             unlimited

Class 2                    His majesty’s fernery                                            6 entries

Class 3                    Ho‘onanea                                                        6 entries

Classes 4 - 6              Victorian treasures          4.        5.         6.             6 entries each

Classes 7 - 8              Prince of the forest         7.        8.                        6 entries each

Classes 9 - 10             lighting the way             9.        10.                       unlimited

Classes 11 - 13            Symbols of royalty           11.       12.        13.            6 entries each

Classes 14 - 15            the rose of ‘Ainahau         14.       15.                       6 entries each

Class 16                   lei ola, lei Ali‘i                                               8 entries

Classes 17 - 19            Crown jewels                 17.       18.        19.            unlimited

Please print using block letters.

name                                                              Garden Club

Address

Phone                               fax                 e-mail

novice? yes                 no            length of time you have owned this plant

did you propagate this plant? yes                  no            date
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                                                        Division 111

                       PHOTOgRAPHY
                     REgISTRATION FORM
                           Na Pua Ali‘i, Reflections on Hawai‘i’s Royal Legacy
Registration Deadline: January 9, 2009. Send registration form(s) to:
           Claire Chao                                           Phone: 808-377-1891
           418 maono loop                                        fax: 808-377-1892
           Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96821                               e-mail: clairechao@aol.com

Registrations will be accepted in the order received. Please complete one registration form per entry.

Entry Deadline: March 13, 2009. Please mail or hand-deliver photographs to:
           Cherye Pierce                                         Phone/fax: 808-373-4748
           1527 Hoa‘aina Street                                  e-mail: cherye@hawaii.rr.com
           Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96821

                 Class 1            royal Colors: red and/or Gold

                 Class 2            royal Colors: Purple

                 Class 3            Palatial Splendor

                 Class 4            the majesty of nature: Color

                 Class 5         the majesty of nature: monochrome


Please print using block letters.

name                                                                      Garden Club

Address

Phone                                      fax                            e-mail

novice? yes                 no             date

Please return my entry by mail yes                      no
If an entry is to be returned by mail, a self-addressed, pre-paid envelope or package and appropriate wrapping materials
must be submitted with the exhibit. Otherwise the entry will not be returned.
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                          JEWELRY
                     REgISTRATION FORM
                           Na Pua Ali‘i, Reflections on Hawai‘i’s Royal Legacy
Registration Deadline: March 30, 2009. Send registration form(s) to:
          Anne Hagar                                             Phone: (808) 396-0097
          578 Poipu drive                                        e-mail: anneh@cbpacific.com
          Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96825

Registrations will be accepted in the order received. Please complete one registration form per entry.

                 Class 1         medals of the royal order                                            6 entries

                 Class 2            the Queen’s jewelry                                               6 entries


Please print using block letters.

name                                                                      Garden Club

Address

Phone                                     fax                             e-mail

novice? yes                 no            date

Please return my entry by mail yes                   no
If an entry is to be returned by mail, a self-addressed, pre-paid envelope or package and appropriate wrapping materials
must be submitted with the exhibit. Otherwise the entry will not be returned.




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Top row: The royal crown and scepter • Decorated car at a floral parade 1906-07 • Sheet music for Kalakaua and
Kapi‘olani’s coronation second row: King Lunalilo • Queen Lili‘uokalani • Kamehameha IV Alexander Liholiho •
(below) Students at the Royal School • The garden at ‘Iolani Palace • Queen Emma Third row: Princess Bernice Pauahi
Bishop • Kamehameha I • Royal Lu‘au with King Kalakaua • Floral parade at ‘Iolani Palace FourTh row: Entrance
to‘Iolani Palace • Throne room at ‘Iolani Palace • News clipping of King Kalakaua’s coronation
     The Garden Club of Honolulu
  P.o. box 11840 Honolulu, Hawaii 96828
Phone: (808) 988-7533 fax: (808) 988-0462
        http://www.gchonolulu.org

				
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