Pan-O-Prog Flower Show
Our annual Flower Show is part of Lakeville's Panorama Of Progress (Pan-O-Prog) city celebration. It is held this year on Saturday, July 15, 2023 and is a highly anticipated event among many of our members! All amateur growers are welcome to participate! Read more below for the details and to volunteer or request more information.
Date and Time
When: Saturday, July 15, 2023
Where: Lakeville Arts Center at 20965 Holyoke Avenue, Lakeville
8:00-10:00 Entries will be received
11:00-3:00 The show will be open to the public with voting for the People's Choice Award
3:00-3:15 Awards and photos
3:15-3:30 Entrys may be picked up; unclaimed entries will be donated to a local nursing home.
Ribbons will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each class and for Best of Show. First place winners in each category will receive a $10 gift card and the Best of Show winner will receive a $30 gift card. The public will cast votes for the People's Choice award.
Classes of Plants for Entries
Class I Annuals and Biennials
Class II Perennials
Class III Foliage
Class IV Flowering Branches and Fruited, coned or berried Branches (not to exceed 28 inches in overall length)
Class V Bulbs - including lilies, callas, dahlias
Class VI Miscellaneous - to include vines and others not listed
Entry Requirements and Process
***All entries must be prepared and ready to exhibit prior to coming to the Arts Center.***
All classes are open to any amateur grower and must have been grown by the exhibitor.
There is a limit of 10 entries per exhibitor.
More than one entry per class is allowed, provided each is a different cultivar, type or color.
Only one specimen per container is allowed.
Dahlias and Begonias should have only 1 flower with leaves but no buds.
Container must be clear to allow view of the stem and furnished by the exhibitor.
Foil or plastic wrap may be used if needed to prop the stem. Wiring can be used for vines only.
All specimens must be labeled (using the entry slip below) with the plant's common name and correct botanical name, if possible.
The specimens (except for pansies and Calla Lilies) must have at least one leaf.
No oiling, spray or artificial coloring permitted. No leaves or roots in the water.
Entries will be received from 8:30am - 10:00am only.
Tips for Preparing your Entry
Take a container of water out to your garden in the cool of the early evening the night before the show.
Select blooms/specimens in their prime. Cut a long stem and immediately place specimens into the water. When you have collected all your items, with the stems UNDER WATER, again trim the stems and keep everything in water overnight. This process will harden your specimen.
On the day of the show, place the entry into a clear container with adequate water to cover the end of the stem.
Trim off any old blooms, bug eaten or torn leaves, etc.
Match the specimen height or trim the stem so that the container is 2/3 the height of the flower.
All entires need foliage except for Pansies and Calla Lilies.
Do NOT cut the antlers of Lilies. Daylilies hold up best if cut the day of the show.
Entry Registration Form
Please print, cut apart, and complete this Entry form with a black ball point pen prior to coming to the Arts Center. If you have a hole punch, punch out the black dot then fold the form in half and secure it to your entry with a rubber band. LAGC members will write in the Entry Number at registration and help with any questions or assistance you may need.
If you have any questions please Contact Us here.