2019 Floral Windows winners

Beatrice Hawkins and Cathy Oehlmann with the Warwick Community Van’s winning entry in the foyer of the Free Times office – well done ladies!

2019 Rodeo Floral Window results…

SMALL TRADE DISPLAY…

1. Stephanie’s Lingerie and Reserve Champion Small Display

FLORAL WINDOW…

1. Warwick Community Van

ROSE DISPLAY…

1. Condamine Accountants, Champion Large Display, and Champion of Champions

2. Globe Accounting, Reserve Champion Large Display

RODEO DISPLAY, Perpetual Silver Cup…

1. Steele’s Bakery, Champion Small Display

2. Globe Accounting

3. Akooramak Home for the Aged, Condamine Accountants equal third.

SCHOOL DISPLAY INCLUDING PRE-SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTENS…

1. Warwick Community Kindergarten

FINANCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTIONS…

1. Condamine Accountants

2. Globe Accounting

3. Commonwealth Bank

FOYERS AND WAITING ROOMS…

1. Condamine Accountants

2. Globe Accounting.

3. Akooramak Home for the Aged

INTERIOR DISPLAY…

1. Condamine Accountants

2. Globe Accounting

NOW FOR ALL YOU TRIVIA BUFFS – HERE ARE THE ANSWERS TO LAST WEEK’S GARDENING TRIVIA QUESTIONS FROM BEATRICE HAWKINS…

1. To which 2 continents are the cactus family native?

2. What is the term for a garden of plants adapted to arid conditions?

3. In the language of flowers which one beginning with the letter B means “beware”

4. Again in the language of flowers what does a Bluebell mean?

5. Which garden herb has a summer and winter variety?

6. What is the English meaning of the German word “Edelweiss”?

7. Veronica has small purple flowers. What is another name for this herb?

8. Which herb has a name that means “wise old person”?

9. What is the common name of Papaver Alpinum?

10. Gardening that does not use soil is called?

11. What pretty small flower shares its name with a musical instrument?

12. Which orange flower is called the “flower of the dead” in Mexico?

13. What flower is associated with rebirth in the Buddhist religion?

14. The delicate, perfumed white bells of this plant are highly poisonous.

Answers:

1. North and South America

2. Xeriscape

3. Begonia

4. Humility

5. Savoury

6. Noble and white

7. Speedwell

8. Sage

9. Alpine poppy

10. Hydroponics

11. Viola

12.Marigold

13. Lotus

14. Lily of the Valley

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