Myers, Don; Myers, Mary
May 2010
American Rose;May/Jun2010, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p34
The article offers information on doing something new for more successful rose shows. One idea is the creation of a novel class called "Public Class" or "People's Choice" where exhibitors can enter with no requirements and have a sign "Vote for you Favorite Entry" to encourage the public to vote. Another idea is changing the arrangement sections and horticulture classes and considering suggestions from friends. Also mentioned are tips on proper etiquette including competing with grace, helping fellow exhibitors and congratulating the winners.


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