HOS Annual Plant Show 2007

Here are photographs of the first prize winning plants from the HOS Annual Plant Show 2007, which was held during the Spring Meeting at Kidlington.

Thanks are due to Mike Gasson & Malcolm Brownsword for finding time to point their digital cameras at the winning plants shown below.

All pictures have been provided by HOS members, who retain the copyright to their pictures.

None of the pictures may be reproduced without the photographer's permission.

 

Class 1:

 

6 Pots, distinct varieties

 

                           

 

Serapias lingua x bertolonii            Pterostylis 'Hoodwick'                   Pleione   Stromboli Fireball'       

 

 

 

Pleione 'Askis'

 

 

Kath & Peter Fairhurst

 

Class 3:

 

'European' but not 'British'

3 pots, distinct varieties

 

                                                 

 

Neotinea (Orchis) tridentata      Serapias olbia x cordigera    Orchis (Aceras) anthropophora

 

 

Michael Powell

 

Class 4:

 

'Non-European' 3 pots,

distinct varieties

 

       

 

Pleione 'Versailles'                             Pleione 'Captain Hook'                Pleione 'Gerry Mundey'

 

 

Malcolm Brownsword

 

Class 5:

 

Any countries 3 pots, distinct varieties

 

                                      

 

Ophrys x emmae             Ophrys lutea x speculum                Ophrys sicula

 

 

Michael Powell

 

Class 6:

 

'British'

One pot

           

 

Anacamptis (Orchis) laxiflora

 

 

Malcolm Brownsword

Class 7:

 

'European' but not 'British'

One pot

 

 

x Sericamptis triloba

 

 

Richard Manuel

Class 8:

 

'Non-European'

One pot

 

 

Satyrium corrifolium

 

 

J Godett

 

Class 10:

 

'Orchis'

One pot

 

 

Anacamptis (Orchis) papilionacea var. rubra

 

Barry Tattersall

 

Class 11:

 

''phrys'

One pot

 

 

 

Ophrys sicula

 

Alex Jeans

 

Class 12:

 

'Serapias'

One pot

 

 

Serapias x intermedia

(Serapias lingua x neglecta)

 

Richard Manuel

  

 

Class 14 & BEST IN SHOW:

 

'Any other genus'

One pot

 

 

Calanthe discolor

 

Malcolm Brownsword