Come to our
61st Annual Culver City Garden Club Garden Show & Plant Sale
SAT & SUN, June 7-8 2014, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Teen Center. Veterans Memorial Complex (at Overland and Culver)

4153 Overland Ave, Culver City, CA 90230

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About Our 61st Garden Show & Plant Sale

The Culver City Garden Club Show is our biggest annual event. It's an Exhibition of homegrown plants, flowers and edibles entered by members of our club and the community. All are welcome to participate!

Show Highlights: Attend the Culver City Garden Show and Plant Sale for great ideas on what you can grow here in your Southern California gardens—both indoors and outdoors. After newly elected Culver City, mayor—Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells opens the show you are free to indulge in any number of fun gardening activities. Meet regional gardening experts. Master Gardeners will deliver useful and insightful demos and classes both days! These are gardening gurus and professionals in landscaping, floral design, interior design and green design. So come check out our exhibits, plant sale, and special presentations each day—Experts will be on hand on both Saturday and Sunday (June 7 - 8) to help you with your specific plant questions answered . Win plants, garden tools, gift certificates from local businesses and other great prizes in our daily raffles. Great for all the family. FREE starter plants for beginners and kids to introduce them to gardening. FREE ADMISSION.

June 8th, 2014

Saturday was great! Here's today's fun-filled agenda... Read more »

Drought-proof your garden. Learn How to "Design a Drought Resistant, Lush Garden. Be the Envy of Your Neighbors!" with this how-to presentation from Landscape designer, Master Gardner, President of the Culver City Garden Club and owner of "Eco-Friendly CustomScapes"—Denise Friese. Visit Deni's booth at the Show. [11:00 AM]

Terrarrium Temptations Check out this demo on "How to Create an Eye-catching Modern Terrarium." Then... Enter to win the terrarrium created by landscaper, plant collector and gardening guru— Al Palacio of Rockreations! Visit Al's booth at the show to ask him how. [2:00 PM]

Ask the Experts. Got a plant question? Stop by our Master Gardeners table [Anytime during the Show]

Win More Stuff! We "raffled off" some terrific prizes yesterday! Check out today's raffles at 12:OO PM and 3:OO PM today. Tickets are only $1.00. ***BONUS. Grab this coupon for a FREE raffle ticket.

FREE plants for kids. Every kid who walks through our doors walks away with a free starter plant to help balloon their interest in gardening [Anytime during the Show]

And of course! Don't forget to browse our Plant Exhibits and Check out our Club and Vendor Plant Sales [All day long]

We Had a Great Time Yesterday. See You at the Show Today :)

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Event Schedule

Here's a brief schedule of our events for your convenience. Seminars are 30 minutes a session.

Day 1 6 Hours
  • 8:00 am - 9:00 am - Plant entry sign-up

    Earlier entry time available for show volunteers: Volunteers can also submit their entries on Friday, June 6th from 7:00 p,m.- 9:00 p.m. Download Plant Entry rules and requirements.

  • 10:00 am - Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells of Culver City officially opens show

    Culver City mayor, Meghan Sahli-Wells, will officially open our 61st annual garden Show and Sale

  • 11:00 am - Seminar: Gardening in Odd & Off-Beat Containers

    You did what with my coffee refill! Repurpose trash into treasures. Planting your herbs, vegetables, succulents and other ornamentals in clever, attention-getting, transformed containers just got easier and cheaper! Culver City Garden Club's "Creative Container Divas", Anne Megowan and Louise Scholten will show you how to save a fortune in flower pot and container purchases, add character to your garden—and wow your friends and family.

  • 12:00 pm - Mid-day Raffle

    Win great prizes donated by some of the wonderful businesses in our local community. Buy one or more of our raffle tickets from Culver City Garden Club members you know or at our Raffle Station during the show.

  • 2:00 pm - Seminar: Ten Beginning Steps for Every Organic Home Garden

    Are you an aspiring organic home gardener? If so you'll love this class. Master Gardener Extraordinaire, Emi Carvell, presents a fun-packed seminar loaded with tips and tricks on how to get your organic garden started and flourishing. Read more about Emi »

  • 3:00 pm - Afternoon Raffle

    Win more great prizes donated by some of the wonderful businesses in our local community. Buy one or more of our raffle tickets from Culver City Garden Club Members you know or at our Raffle Station during the show.

Day 2 6 Hours
  • 10:00 am - Show Reopens
  • 11:00 am - Seminar: Design a Drought Resistant, Lush Garden that will be the Envy of Your Neigbors

    How-to presentation on easily transforming your yard into to drought tolerant yet vibrantly lush haven. Landscape designer, Master Gardner, President of the Culver City Garden Club and owner of "Eco-Friendly Custom Landscapes", Deni Friese offers water-wise landscaping tips and strategies for a water-wise and flourishing garden.

  • 12:00 pm - Midday Raffle

    Win great prizes donated by some of the wonderful businesses in our local community. Buy one or more of our raffle tickets from Culver City Garden Club members you know or at our Raffle Station during the show.

  • 2:00 pm - Seminar: How to Create an eye-catching modern terrarium

    Perk up your indoor space—Bring the outdoors inside! Create your own mini-plant world and ecosystem in a bottle. Terrariums have made a comeback with fresh new takes on a Victorian idea. More and more creative and design types are using them in their work. Many as a go-to option for budget-friendly décor and novice-friendly gardening. Learn how to make your own self-contained, self-sustaining, low maintenance plant terrarium in this 30-minute demonstration— with landscaper, plant collector and gardening guru, Al Palacio of Rockreations Read more about Al °

  • 3:00 pm - Final Raffle

    Your last chance to win great prizes donated by some of the wonderful businesses in our local community. Buy one or more of our raffle tickets from Culver City Garden Club Members you know or at our Raffle Station during the show.

  • 3:30 pm - Show winners announced

    Did you enter a plant in our show. Are the plant s you voted for on the winners list. Stick around for closing note and final event of the 61st annual Culver City Garden Show—the presentation of winners.

Volunteer to the Culver Cith Gardeb Club Show and Plant Sale

Executive Presence

  • Meghan Sahli-Wells - Mayor, Culver City
  • Councilmembers - City of Culver City

Local Business Donors

Our Generous Donors/ Supporters for this and past events

The Culver City Garden Club is grateful for the generous donations of the wonderful businesses in our community. From Culver City to Santa Monica... these cafes, restaurants, plant nurseries, supermarkets and others benefactors have contributed gift certificates and cards, plant arrangements, garden tools and accessories, gift baskets and other goods and services. If you are interested in becoming a donor, drop us an email at show@culvercity.org or call us at 310-203-1482.

We'd like to thank the following for their consideration and support:

Local  Business Donor
LaRocco’s Pizza in Culver City is a favorite for for traditional New York Style Pizza. They use the quality fresh ingredients you'll apreciate. and are onveniently located on Main street in downtown Culver City. Spending the day in Culver City? Stop in and see them
La Rocco's Pizzeria, Culver City

www.laroccospizzeria.com

Local  Business Donor
Anawalt Lumber is one of the last family-owned and operated lumber companies in Los Angeles. Our main location in West L.A. was opened in 1923 amid lima bean fields, when neither Pico nor Sepulveda Boulevards were paved roads. "We appreciate being a part of the Westside community for nearly eighty years, and look forward to continuing to serve your needs."
Anawalt Lumber, West LA

http://www.anawaltlumber.com/

Local  Business Donor
Bourget Bros.. & Bourget Flagstone Co. offer exclusive natural stone and building materials for the discerning Southern California homeowner. Custom stone & tile showrooms display exquisite kitchens, baths, and installations created by the finest craftsmen and masons in the area. SINCE 1947
Bourget Bros., Santa Monica

www.bourgetbros.com

Local  Business Donor
Hashimoto Nursery is the oldest and largest retail plant nursery in the historic Sawtelle neighborhood. They carry a great selection of outdoor and indoor plants; seasonal annuals, perennial shrubs and ground covers, succulents, vegetables, herbs, fruit trees, sod and houseplants—Choose from Asian, Mexican or Italian ceramic pottery, cement containers, benches and more...
Hashimoto Nursery, West LA

www.hashimotonursery.com

Local  Business Donor
Culver City Flower Shop proudly serves the Culver City area. We are family owned and operated. We are committed to offering only the finest floral arrangements and gifts, backed by service that is friendly and prompt.
Culver City Flower Shop, Culver City

www.culvercityflowershop.com

Local  Business Donor
Rolling Greens Nursery: the most distinctive home and garden destination in Los Angeles, offering live plants, gardening accessories and containers, landscaping services and unique items for the home and garden. Two Los Angeles California area locations: Culver City and Hollywood.
Rolling Greens, Culver City

www.rollinggreensnursery.com

Local  Business Donor
Once owned by John Wayne, the Culver Hotel is an iconic boutique hotel built in 1924... With its vintage glamour, artful design and dash of European ambiance, this uniquely shaped flatiron building feels much like an intimate forty six bedroom manor. It's six story architectural beauty still stands proudly in the center of Downtown Culver City – one of Los Angeles’ most talked about walking neighborhoods.
Culver Hotel

www.culverhotel.com

Local  Business Donor
Rutts Hawaiian Cafe and Catering serves an eclectic and affordable menu of Hawaiian and traditional foods. Dine-in, cater or carryout. Special pricing for students in grades 1 through 12.
Rutts Hawaiian Cafe, Culver City

www.ruttscafe.com

Local  Business Donor
In February of 1977 a small garden center, Marina Garden Center was born. Throughout the years, customers have come to know them as a reliable source for top quality plants, unique statuary, fountains & containers. It's one of the largest nurseries in the Southern California region.
Marina del Rey Garden

www.marinagardencenter.com

Local  Business Donor
Forty years and 400 stores and three generations since John Harry Hoenselaar founded the company, Honey baked Ham is still serving up a its delicious melody of Honey Baked Ham, Turkey Breast and other fully cooked entrées, side items and desserts. Their “Celebrating life, one meal at a time...”
Honeybaked Ham, Culver City

www.honeybaked.com

Local  Business Donor
Since 2002, Sprouts Farmers Market fresh fruits and vegetables, barrels of wholesome grains, nuts and sweets, full-service deli, meat and seafood counters—complete with homemade burgers and sausages. Roam their spacious aisles to find fresh baked goods, eclectic beer and wine, gourmet cheese, vitamins and supplements, and thousands of natural, organic and gluten-free groceries.
Sprouts, Culver City

www.sprouts.com

Local  Business Donor
Orchid Fever is one of L.A.' s hidden botanical treasures, located in the heart of Culver City across from Sony Pictures. They have 10,000 square feet of greenhouses filled with thousands of orchid plants, hundreds of bromeliads, and a wide variety of houseplants.
Orchid Fever

www.orchidfeverla.com

Local  Business Donor
Yamaguchi Bonsai Nursery is a second generation nursery that was established in 1949 by George Yamaguchi and his wife. It includes a breathtaking private collection of bonsai and an extensive selectin of plant varieties with constant introduction of new and unusual plants. George's. Declared best nursery in L.A. Weekly’s “Best of L.A.” edition in 2010
Yamaguchi Bonsai Nursery

www.yamaguchinursery.com

Local  Business Donor
From beef to vegan, Tubs Chili offers seven distinct chilies daily, served in a variety of tasty ways. Create ​the perfect meal by ​customizing ​a "tub" ​to suit your taste, and​ kick it up with ​some ​fresh fixin's ​or your choice of housemade condiments. Grab your compass and head to the wild west(side) to experience home cooked flavor served up fast & friendly. YEE-HAW!
Tubs Fine Chili and Fancy Fixin's

http://www.tubschili.com

Local  Business Donor
Ralphs is a major supermarket chain in the Southern California area and the largest subsidiary of Cincinnati-based Kroger. It is the oldest such chain west of the Mississippi River. Bakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, grocery, meat, pharmacy, produce, seafood, snacks, liquor. Weekly specials
Ralphs, Culver Ctr and Raintree Plaza

www.ralphs.com

Plant Entry Materials and Rules

Get instructions and the forms you need to exhibit your treasures

Download your plant entry materials below: All Exhibitors must prepare a “Plant Entry Slip” for each plant entered into the Show. The Class, Plant Name, & Variety are to be entered on the Entry Slip. The “Class Number” can be obtained by referring to the Plant Entry Number. The name of the plant and the variety should be from your knowledge. However, if you don’t know what it is, bring it anyway. Our Classification Committee will try to identify your plant. Each Plant Entry Slip must have your Exhibitor Number on it as well as your signed name.

Below you'll find your complete 2014 Culver City Garden Club Show Exhibitor Instructions for entering plants.;..


View Show Rules and Plant Classifications

Looking for info on the Show Rules and Plant Classification? Click here to view the Rules

1)  WHO MAY ENTER/EXHIBIT?

  • Any person who by their own effort grows plants, vegetables, flowers, etc., for pleasure.
  • Exhibitors do not need to be members of the Culver City Garden Club.
  • Children may enter plants they have grown.  Children may enter as a group (such as a classroom) or individually.  Children may enter plants in the Student Division or in the Standard (Adult) categories.
  • Couples or families may enter together as one Exhibitor if they desire.
  • Clubs & Societies may enter plants for display purposes only.  Their entries will not be judged.

2) PLANT & CUT FLOWER ENTRIES:

  • Entries must be from the Exhibitor's private collection and personally grown
  • Entries must have been owned and grown by the Exhibitor for at least 60 days prior to the Show.  A 30-day rule applies to plants the Exhibitor started and grew from seed, cuttings or tomatoes/vegetables grown from purchased 6-packs or 4-inch pots.
  • Plants must be groomed before entry.  No grooming is allowed after entry without Club permission.
  • The Show Chair and Entry Officials may refuse to enter an inferior, diseased, insect- infested plant or cut flower and may remove from the Venue any damaged or unsightly Exhibits.
  • Hanging entries are welcomed.  Show Officials will attempt to display such entries appropriately.
  • Flower Arrangements - Exhibitor Grown may contain only plant materials grown by the Exhibitor.  If the arrangement contains both grown and purchased materials, it must be entered in Not Exhibitor Grown.
  • Flower Arrangements - Not Exhibitor Grown are judged solely on their aesthetics.  Arrangements may not have been purchased pre-arranged.  
  • Plants grown primarily for their blooms may not be entered if not currently in bloom. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to fuchsias, orchids, begonias and African violets.    
  • No silk flowers or other artificial flowers/plants are allowed in any category.
  • Foreign objects, such as ceramic figurines, are only allowed in Terrariums, Bonsai & Dish Gardens.
  • Entries in glass bowls or terrariums may be displayed either open or sealed.

3)  CONTAINERS:

  • Must  be neat and clean.  Containers should also be proportionate to the plant.   
  • Metal or plastic nursery containers are not encouraged except for pots larger than 14".
  • Pots should be of a color that does not draw attention away from the plant. 
  • Use of white pots is generally not recommended.  Use of unique, artistic or humorous containers are allowed if the container adds to the overall presentation.
  • Individual potted plants generally should be centered in their containers.
  • Gravel, small rocks or lava is allowed in pots at the base of the plants. If used, it should be inconspicuous in color and not draw attention away from the entry.
  • Cut flower Exhibitors must furnish their own containers, preferably clean and unetched.
  • Exhibitors of Harvested Fruit or Vegetables will be provided with an appropriate dish, bowl, plate, etc. for display purposes.  Do not mix different kinds in one container.

4)  ENTRY/REGISTRATION:

  • Entries will be accepted Friday, June 7 only from those volunteering for Set-Up, between 7 – 9 PM.  All others should be entered on Saturday, June 8, from 8 PM to 9:15 AM only.  No late registration will be accepted.
  • There is no limit to the number of plants/flowers that may be entered.
  • Entries should include the plant's name/variety when possible.  However, no labels/name tags should remain visible on the plant when entered.
  • Entries must be brought to the Teen Center at the address above.
  • Exhibitors should have their entry paperwork completed prior to registering.
  • This includes completing one Plant Entry Slip for each plant to be entered and an Exhibitor
  • Entry Sheet, listing all the plants/flowers to be entered.  Forms and assistance are available.
  • Each Exhibitor will be assigned an Exhibitor Number, to assist in registering and identifying entries.  Please, try to obtain one before entering your plants.                                                                   
  • Plant Entry Slips must be reviewed and initialed by a Classification Clerk, then recorded into the Entry Records.
  • Only recorded exhibits are eligible for awards.
  • Exhibitors (other than Cut Flowers and Arrangements) may not place exhibits on display
    tables without the permission of Clerks or Show Officials.
  • Exhibitors may place cut flower entries and arrangements on tables if each one is finished,
  • classified and entered by 9:15 AM, when Plant Entry is stopped.
  • Entries must be placed by 9:30AM Saturday.
  • Entries not in place can be Non-Competitive Entries only.

5) AWARDS:

  • Ribbons: Those attending the Show will vote on 1st place (blue), 2nd place (red) and 3rd place (white) ribbons in each class when merited.  For ribbons only, each plant will be judged on its own merits and not in competition with any other plant.
  • Certificates: Will be awarded to the 1st place (blue) ribbon winner whose plant is voted  
  • Best-in-Division as calculated by the Classification Clerks.  If there are no 1st place (blue) ribbon winners in a division, no Certificate will be awarded.  Certificates are awarded awarded at the discretion of the Clerks

    Special Award Certificates include:

  • Best in Show – Still Growing: Awarded to the Certificate winner whose entry is voted best among all Certificate winners in the Still-Growing Plants Divisions
  • Best in Show – Harvested/Cut:  Awarded to the Certificate winner whose entry is voted best among all0 Certificate winners in the No Longer Growing Divisions.

    The final two trophies cannot  be won by the same person

  • Culver City Garden Club:  Will be awarded to the Club member who has received the most Blue Ribbons in the Growing and No Longer Growing Divisions
  • . In the event of a tie, both Entrants will receive the Award.
  • Best Overall Gardener:  Will be awarded to the Club member earning a Blue Ribbon in the largest number of different classes.
  • Certificate & Trophies/Plaques are usually presented to the winners at the next  Potluck Meeting of the Culver City Garden Club.
  • The Show Chair/Officials have the final decisions in all matters relating to Show Awards.

6)  SHOW HOURS: 

The Show is open to the Public: Saturday, June 7, 10 AM - 4 PM and Sunday, June 8, 10 AM – 4 PM.

7) REMOVAL OF EXHIBITS:

  • No entry may be removed until the Show closes at 4 PM on Sunday, without the permission of the Show Chair. 
  • All entries must be removed by Sunday at 6 PM.

8) SHOW RESPONSIBILITY/LIABILITY:

Show volunteers and Club Officials will exercise the utmost care in safeguarding Exhibits, but we cannot assume responsibility for loss or damage to property or for personal injury.

FAQs

Generic Questions About This Event

Entrance to the show is FREE. Bring your friends, family for a great experience. We welcome everyone!

The show is located in the Culver City Teen Center at the Veterans Memorial Complex on Overland Ave between Culver Bld and Barman Avenue. You can map directions from your location to the show here.

Culver City Teen Center
Veterans Memorial Complex
4153 Overland Ave, Culver City, CA 90230

Dates: Saturday and Sunday, June 7-8, 204
Time: 10AM to 4PM

Parking is free. There is on-site parking for 300 cars and ample street parking nearby.

We will have regular raffles of prizes donated by businesses in our community. And you can attend any of the demos and classes presented by gardening experts interspersed throughout the 2-day exhibit

Yes, the Show is a public even. Show dates are June 7-8 from 10AM to 4:00PM.

Absolutely!.We welcome children at all ages to our events. There will be free giveaway of "starter" plants for kids. Gardening is a great activity for kids. It's a fun way o develop special family memories. Why not use our Show to help our fledgling and future environmental stewards develop a healthy respect and love for Mother Nature.

With the exception of Service dogs, no animals are allowed.

Yes. Anyone in the community can enter their plants, flowers and vegetables for exhibit and awards. You do not have to be a member of the Culver City Garden Club. You can download details for Exhibiting your plants here Get your "Plant Entry Instructions, Numbers, Exhibitor Sheet and Entry Slips

1)  WHO MAY ENTER/EXHIBIT?

  • Any person who by their own effort grows plants, vegetables, flowers, etc., for pleasure.
  • Exhibitors do not need to be members of the Culver City Garden Club.
  • Children may enter plants they have grown.  Children may enter as a group (such as a classroom) or individually.  Children may enter plants in the Student Division or in the Standard (Adult) categories.
  • Couples or families may enter together as one Exhibitor if they desire.
  • Clubs & Societies may enter plants for display purposes only.  Their entries will not be judged.

2) PLANT & CUT FLOWER ENTRIES:

  • Entries must be from the Exhibitor's private collection and personally grown
  • Entries must have been owned and grown by the Exhibitor for at least 60 days prior to the Show.  A 30-day rule applies to plants the Exhibitor started and grew from seed, cuttings or tomatoes/vegetables grown from purchased 6-packs or 4-inch pots.
  • Plants must be groomed before entry.  No grooming is allowed after entry without Club permission.
  • The Show Chair and Entry Officials may refuse to enter an inferior, diseased, insect- infested plant or cut flower and may remove from the Venue any damaged or unsightly Exhibits.
  • Hanging entries are welcomed.  Show Officials will attempt to display such entries appropriately.
  • Flower Arrangements - Exhibitor Grown may contain only plant materials grown by the Exhibitor.  If the arrangement contains both grown and purchased materials, it must be entered in Not Exhibitor Grown.
  • Flower Arrangements - Not Exhibitor Grown are judged solely on their aesthetics.  Arrangements may not have been purchased pre-arranged.  
  • Plants grown primarily for their blooms may not be entered if not currently in bloom. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to fuchsias, orchids, begonias and African violets.    
  • No silk flowers or other artificial flowers/plants are allowed in any category.
  • Foreign objects, such as ceramic figurines, are only allowed in Terrariums, Bonsai & Dish Gardens.
  • Entries in glass bowls or terrariums may be displayed either open or sealed.

3)  CONTAINERS:

  • Must  be neat and clean.  Containers should also be proportionate to the plant.   
  • Metal or plastic nursery containers are not encouraged except for pots larger than 14".
  • Pots should be of a color that does not draw attention away from the plant. 
  • Use of white pots is generally not recommended.  Use of unique, artistic or humorous containers are allowed if the container adds to the overall presentation.
  • Individual potted plants generally should be centered in their containers.
  • Gravel, small rocks or lava is allowed in pots at the base of the plants. If used, it should be inconspicuous in color and not draw attention away from the entry.
  • Cut flower Exhibitors must furnish their own containers, preferably clean and unetched.
  • Exhibitors of Harvested Fruit or Vegetables will be provided with an appropriate dish, bowl, plate, etc. for display purposes.  Do not mix different kinds in one container.

4)  ENTRY/REGISTRATION:

  • Entries will be accepted Friday, June 7 only from those volunteering for Set-Up, between 7 – 9 PM.  All others should be entered on Saturday, June 8, from 8 PM to 9:15 AM only.  No late registration will be accepted.
  • There is no limit to the number of plants/flowers that may be entered.
  • Entries should include the plant's name/variety when possible.  However, no labels/name tags should remain visible on the plant when entered.
  • Entries must be brought to the Teen Center at the address above.
  • Exhibitors should have their entry paperwork completed prior to registering.
  • This includes completing one Plant Entry Slip for each plant to be entered and an Exhibitor
  • Entry Sheet, listing all the plants/flowers to be entered.  Forms and assistance are available.
  • Each Exhibitor will be assigned an Exhibitor Number, to assist in registering and identifying entries.  Please, try to obtain one before entering your plants.                                                                   
  • Plant Entry Slips must be reviewed and initialed by a Classification Clerk, then recorded into the Entry Records.
  • Only recorded exhibits are eligible for awards.
  • Exhibitors (other than Cut Flowers and Arrangements) may not place exhibits on display
    tables without the permission of Clerks or Show Officials.
  • Exhibitors may place cut flower entries and arrangements on tables if each one is finished,
  • classified and entered by 9:15 AM, when Plant Entry is stopped.
  • Entries must be placed by 9:30AM Saturday.
  • Entries not in place can be Non-Competitive Entries only.

5) AWARDS:

  • Ribbons: Those attending the Show will vote on 1st place (blue), 2nd place (red) and 3rd place (white) ribbons in each class when merited.  For ribbons only, each plant will be judged on its own merits and not in competition with any other plant.
  • Certificates: Will be awarded to the 1st place (blue) ribbon winner whose plant is voted  
  • Best-in-Division as calculated by the Classification Clerks.  If there are no 1st place (blue) ribbon winners in a division, no Certificate will be awarded.  Certificates are awarded awarded at the discretion of the Clerks

    Special Award Certificates include:

  • Best in Show – Still Growing: Awarded to the Certificate winner whose entry is voted best among all Certificate winners in the Still-Growing Plants Divisions
  • Best in Show – Harvested/Cut:  Awarded to the Certificate winner whose entry is voted best among all0 Certificate winners in the No Longer Growing Divisions.

    The final two trophies cannot  be won by the same person

  • Culver City Garden Club:  Will be awarded to the Club member who has received the most Blue Ribbons in the Growing and No Longer Growing Divisions
  • . In the event of a tie, both Entrants will receive the Award.
  • Best Overall Gardener:  Will be awarded to the Club member earning a Blue Ribbon in the largest number of different classes.
  • Certificate & Trophies/Plaques are usually presented to the winners at the next  Potluck Meeting of the Culver City Garden Club.
  • The Show Chair/Officials have the final decisions in all matters relating to Show Awards.

6)  SHOW HOURS: 

The Show is open to the Public: Saturday, June 7, 10 AM - 4 PM and Sunday, June 8, 10 AM – 4 PM.

7) REMOVAL OF EXHIBITS:

  • No entry may be removed until the Show closes at 4 PM on Sunday, without the permission of the Show Chair. 
  • All entries must be removed by Sunday at 6 PM.

8) SHOW RESPONSIBILITY/LIABILITY:

Show volunteers and Club Officials will exercise the utmost care in safeguarding Exhibits, but we cannot assume responsibility for loss or damage to property or for personal injury.

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    Culver City Teen Center at the Veterans Memorial Center
    4153 Overland Ave., Culver City, CA 90230, USA
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    310.203.1482
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    garden@culvercitygardenclub.org

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