I have multiple questions. My Cattleya intermedia v. orlata 'Crownfox' just bloomed. I noticed in the official description for awarded plants, it is listed as C. intermedia h.f. orlata 'Crownfox'. Which is correct v., var., variety, or h.f. and what does the h.f. mean? Secondly, 'Crownfox' has been awarded four times, twice by the TOGA (Taiwan Orchid Growers Association?) and twice by the AOS. In 1998, it was awarded a 79 point HCC/AOS in West Palm Beach and in 2007, it was awarded an 83 point AM/AOS in Alabama at the Heart of Dixie Orchid Society show. In 2007 and 2011, it was awarded the TRO by the TOGA at the monthly ribbon judging. When describing the plant on the my plants page, do I list all of these under awards, just the highest or just the most recent? Does the AM supercede and replace the HCC?