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Joint Rock Meeting, Early Spring AGS Show, 2012

Corydalis rutifolia
Corydalis rutifolia Award:
  AM (Award of Merit)

Origin: Cyprus

Shown by: RBG Kew

Galanthus 'E A Bowles'
Galanthus E.A. Bowles Award:
  AM (Award of Merit)

Origin: Myddleton House Gardens

Shown by: Monksilver Nursery

Dionysia termeana
Dionysia termeana JLMS02-34-ENF1 Awards:
  AM (Award of Merit)
  CC (Cultural Commendation)

Origin: Iran

Shown by: Paul & Gill Ranson

JLMS02-34-ENF1

Corydalis chionophila subsp. chionophila
Award:
  PC (Preliminary Commendation)

Origin: Turkmenistan, W. Asia, Iran

Shown by: RBG Kew

Galanthus 'Lockyer's Delight'
Award:
  PC (Preliminary Commendation)

Origin: Unknown

Shown by: William Lockyer

This was shown a G. nivalis poculiformis, but the committee felt it was of hybrid origin. The award was given subject to a clonal name being given and the name 'Lockyer's Delight' was selected later in the day.

Galanthus nivalis Lockyers Delight

Hyacinthella pallens
Award:
  PC (Preliminary Commendation)

Origin: Dalmatia (Croatia)

Shown by: Joy Bishop

H. dalmatica is listed in the AGS Encyclopaedia as a synonym of H.pallens. H. dalmatica was given a PC in 2005. The Committee felt that there may be justification for two separate species and gave the PC to H.pallens, subject to further research on the issue of nomenclature.

 Hyacinthella pallens