Among raffle tables I have seen I would have to say that the table at the San Francisco Orchid Society was the best. Not only are there a large number of plants but there is a wide variety. I got my Bifrenaria aureo-fulva from that raffle table in bloom. It bloomed last year and it is in bloom now.
The genus Bifrenaria (Bif) is 30 small epiphytes or often terrestrials from South America. Partial shade and wet humid conditions especially while growing.
Bifrenaria aureo-fulva grows in coastal moutain rain forest from central to southern Brazil. It is warm to hot growing and fragrant, blooming in the summer. It needs a dry winter rest. I have my plant in a space that is shaded by a group of mounted plants. Many plants would not have enough light to bloom.