The first plant was an Agloanema hybrid. It was included into Kevin Manubay, Jun Golamco and Lawrence's booth. There were actually two kinds, the other was named after Ninoy. Agloanemas are considered collectible. Their attractive contrasting foliage make them very sought after to a lot of enthusiasts. More importantly a lot of Agloanemas are Philippine natives. Lawrence said that the Cory Agloanema is a cross between a Philippine and a Malaysian species (would have to confirm).
The second Cory plant is an orchid, a BLC. BLC's are hybridized from at least 3 genera of orchids mainly Cattleya, Brasseo and laelleo (not sure if i got this right) but basically they are considered hybrid Cattleyas by common collectors. As expected the flowers were yellow, the colored identified with the Aquino family. The blooms were big and magnificent, but not native orchids. It would have been nicer to see a Philippine yellow orchid to bear the names of some of our important historic people, a much more fitting tribute to someone as great as the late president.