Classification – for April Bench Shows

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Format: Common name=Latin name, ‘Cultivar’, color. 

Amaryllis=Amaryllis belladonna, ‘Red Lion’

Cast Iron Plant=Aspidistra Elatior

Common Snowdrop=Galanthus nivalis

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Section A: Daffodil=Narcissus

Class 1. Trumpet:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Bird Music’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Dutch-Master’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Fortissimo’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Ice Follies’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘King Alfred’ 

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Marieke’ 

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Mount Hood’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Pink Silk’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Rijnveld’s Early Sensation’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Small Talk’

Class 2. Large cup:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘American Idol’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Carbineer’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Fortissimo’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Juanita’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Monal’ 

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Misty Glen’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Oregon Pioneer’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Pink Charm’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Pinza’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Salome’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Slim Whitman’

Class 3. Small cup:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Bath’s Flame’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Barrett Browning’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Birma’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Dreamlight’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Red Devon’

Class 4. Double:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Cheerfulness’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Delnashaugh’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Golden Ducat’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Peach Cobbler’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’Tahiti’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ’White Lion’

Class 5. Triandrus:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Thalia’

Class 6. Cyclamineus:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Jack Snipe’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Jetfire’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Peeping Tom’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Phalarope’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Rapture’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Tracey’

Class 7. Jonquilla:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Sun Dial’

Class 8. Tazetta:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Falconet’

Class 9. Poeticus:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Pheasant’s Eye’

Class 10. Bulbocodium:

Class 11. Split Corona:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Cassata’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Orangery’

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Papillon Blanc’ 

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Tripartite’

Class 12. Miscellaneous:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Tete a Tete’

Class 13. Species, wild variants, wild hybrids:

Class 14. Miniature:

Daffodil=Narcissus, ‘Little Gem’

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Section B: Tulip=Tulipa

Class 16. Botanical/species (wild)

Tulip=Tulipa tarda

Class 17. Double or peony flowered

Class 18. Darwin hybrid

Tulip=Tulipa, ‘Pink Impression’

Class 19. Other single stem

Tulip=Tulipa, ‘Day Dream’

Tulip=Tulipa, ‘Kaufmanniana Heart’s Delight’

Tulip=Tulipa, ‘Yellow Emperor’

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Section C: Hyacinth=Hyacinthus

Class 21. Single

Hyacinth=Hyacinthus, ‘Blue Jacket’

Class 22. Double

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Section D: Allium=Allium Sativum

Class 23. One stem

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Section E: Other Spring Bulb, Corm Or Tuber

Class 25. One stem

Grape Hyacinth=Muscari armenicum

Grape Hyacinth=Muscari armenicum, “White Album’

Fritalaria=Fritillaria imperialis

Fritalaria=Fritillaria imperialis, ‘Lutea’

Grape Hyacinth=Muscari aucheri, ‘Blue Magic’

Striped Squill=Puschkinia scilloides

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Section F: Any Other Spring Flower

Class 27. Hellebore=Helleborus

Hellebore=Helleborus, ‘Micha Pink Beauty’ 

Class 28. Epimedium

Class 29. Any other

Money Plant=Lunaria annua

Dead Nettle=Lamium, variegated, pink

Dead Nettle=Lamium galeobdelum, yellow

Virginia Bluebells=Mertensia virginiara

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Section G: Flowering Shrub or Tree

Class 31. Cut branch up to 30″

Japanese andromeda=Pieris japonica

Mericrest Nectarine=Prunus Persica, var. nucipersica

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SECTION H:  Any other specimen

Class 32. Any other specimen

Begonia=Begonia rhizomatous, ‘Phoe’s Cleo’

Moth Orchid=Phalaenopsis

Tropical Lady’s Slipper=Paphiopedilum

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From previous years:

Flamingo Flower=Anthurium navasi

Forbes’ Glory of the Snow=Chionodoxa ‘Forbesii’

Forsythia=Forsythia intermedia

Heather=Calluna vulgaris, white

Hellebore=Helleborus, pink

Hyacinth=Hyacinthus, ‘Pink Pearl’

Hyacinth=Hyacinthus, ‘Blue Jacket’

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Japanese Skimmia=Skimmia japonica ‘Rubella’

Jerusalem tulip=Tulipa agenensis

Lungwort=Pulmonaria

Madonna lily=Spathiphyllum wallisii

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Purple Shamrock- Oxalis regnellii, ‘Triangularis’

Siberian Squill=Scilla Siberica, ‘Spring Beauty’

Siberian Squill=Scilla Siberica

Split Leaf Philodendron=Philodendron bipinnatifidum

Wood Hyacinth=Hyacinthoides hispanica, ‘White Triumphator’