2017 ORCHID SHOW:  REGISTRATION CLASSES

 

 

Cattleya  

Alliance

11.

Species and hybrids with star-shaped flowers (narrow petals/sepals) regardless of plant size

 

12.

Species and hybrids with rounder flowers (wide petals/sepals) that are narrower than 9cm

 

12A

Iwanagara Appleblossoms

 

13.

Species and hybrids with rounder flowers (wide petals/sepals) that are wider than 9cm

 

Dendrobium

Alliance

21.

Species and hybrids with Nobile-type flowers (clusters of flowers along leafy or leafless canes)

 

22.

Species and hybrids of all other types, plant up to 15cm tall

 

23.

Species and hybrids of all other types, plant taller than 15cm

 

Miscellaneous
Genera

31.

Cymbidium species and hybrids

 

32.

Species and hybrids raised for their leaves (Jewel Orchids, need not be in flower)

 

33.

Masdevallia species and hybrids

 

34.

All other species and hybrids with plant up to 15cm tall

 

35.

All other species and hybrids with plant taller than 15cm

 

Oncidium 

Alliance

41.

Species and hybrids with flowers narrower than 3cm

 

42.

Hybrids with flowers wider than 3cm

 

42A

Species with flowers wider than 3cm

 

Paphiopedilum Alliance

51.

Phragmipedium species and hybrids of green/brown flower color

 

52.

Phragmipedium species and hybrids of all other flower colors
(white, yellow, orange, red, pink, purple)

 

53.

Paphiopedilum species and hybrids with Maudiae-type flowers

 

54.

Paphiopedilum species and hybrids of parvisepalum/brachypetalum type

 

55.

Paphiopedilum species and hybrids that are sequential bloomers

 

56.

Paphiopedilum species and hybrids that are multifloral bloomers

 

57.

All other Paphiopedilum species and hybrids

 

Phalaenopsis

Alliance

61.

Species of Paraphalaenopsis and Phalaenopsis, and hybrids looking like species

 

62.

Hybrids with blotchy flowers on a white background

 

63.

Hybrids with blotchy flowers on a yellow background

 

64.

Hybrids with novelty purple-spotted or red spotted flowers

 

65.

Hybrids with waxy, solid red or purple flowers (or tending towards solid)

 

66.

Hybrids with flowers narrower than 6cm: miniature multiflorals of all colors

 

67.

Hybrids of Phal. pulcherrima-type that resemble the parent species (around 7cm usually:
too big for miniatures, too small for standards)

 

68.

Standard hybrids with flowers wider than 6cm: yellows and art-shades (flowers not waxy)

 

69.

Standard Hybrids with flowers wider than 6cm: solid whites and semi-albas (white with red lip)

 

70.

Standard hybrids with flowers wider than 6cm: solid pinks, blush pinks and pinks with any markings

 

71.

Standard hybrids with flowers wider than 6cm: solid purples

 

71A

Standard hybrids with flowers wider than 6cm: purples with any markings

 

72.

Hybrids of Rembrandt-type (water-color markings near petal tips)

 

73.

Hybrids of violacea- and amboinensis-type, barred and/or striped (star-shaped and waxy)

 

74. 75.

Variegated leaves ______________________________________________________________

Striped and veined flowers (all over)

 

Vanda Alliance

81.

Vanda, Ascocentrum, Neofinetia and Renanthera species and hybrids
with flowers wider than 3cm

 

82.

Vanda, Ascocentrum, Neofinetia and Renanthera species and hybrids
with flowers narrower than 3cm

 

83.

Angraecoid species and hybrids except Angraecum

 

84.

Angraecum species and hybrids

 

85.

All other species and hybrids

 

Orchid Art

(Not more than 4 entries per exhibitor per category)

91.

Photography

 

92.

Botanical Art (descriptive and educational rendition on a solid background)

 

93.

Paintings in various media

 

94.

Fabric Art

 

95.

Others

 

Junior Grower

100.

Growers younger than 18 years of age (up to the day before their 18th birthday)

((Class to be added to the other classes - Junior Growers need two tags in their plants))

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