HOS Plant Show 2019

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The 2018 HOS Plant Show was held during the Spring Meeting at Kidlington. Photographs of the first placed plants follow. Enlarged images can be viewed by placing the cursor over thumbnails. You may need to wait for this function to fully load after the page is visible.

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Class 2: Three pots native European (not native to Britain) orchids, distinct varieties
Barry Tattersall
Ophrys speculum
Neotinea lactea var. alba
Orchis italica

Class 4: Three pots hardy orchids, distinct varieties, any country of origin
Neil Hubbard
Ophrys ferrum-equinum
Orchis italica
Ophrys lutea

Class 5: One pot native British orchid
Barry Tattersall

Anacamptis laxiflora

Class 6: One pot native European (not native to Britain) orchid
Mike Powell
Genaria diphylla

Class 7: One pot native European (not native to Britain) orchid
Barry Tattersall
Satyrium bicorne
Chairman's Trophy

Class 8: One pot Dactylorhiza
Barry Tattersall
Dactyloriza romana

Class 9: One pot Orchis, Anacamptis or Neotinea
Barry Tattersall
Orchis italica var. albiflora

Class 10: One pot Ophrys
Barry Tattersall
Ophrys cretensis
Best in Show Trophy

Class 11: One pot Serapias
Michael Powell
Serapias neglecta × orientalis × neglecta

Class 12: One pot Cypripedium
Malcolm Brownsword
Cypripedium formosanum

Class 13: One pot Calanthe
Malcolm Brownsward
Calanthe striata var. sieboldii

Class 15: One plant or pan of plants raised from seed by the grower
Neil Evans
Ophrys speculum

Class 16: One pot of any hardy orchid Beginners’ Class
( open to members who have never won a first prize in a Hardy Orchid Society Plant Show)
Mary Pharoah

Ophrys lutea

Winner of Best in Show Trophy - Barry Tattersall
Winner of RHS Banksian Medal - Barry Tattersall
Winner of Chairman's Trophy - Barry Tattersall
Winner of Most Points Trophy - Barry Tattersall

Thanks to Richard Bateman for judging the Plant Show

Photography by Jon Evans