Our next meeting is October 8th


It's your turn

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To bring snacks to the meeting

You can bring anything savory or sweet - if you are unable to bring something, please let  Julie McClure (our Sept, Oct, and Nov chair) know that you have switched with someone else - but please find a fellow member with whom to swap snack dates.



Our November contributors are Joan Ambrose, Sandy Owens and Diane Thorp.

In December, we'll have our annual Holiday Party - be sure to sign up!  

It's always a fun and delicious evening.

Member's Gardens

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Check out our FaceBook Page

For albums of our Member's Gardens.

Click here to see them.

We love to show off our gardens.   

If you have any pictures, send them to me and I'll include them on our FB page.

A fun FB page from a new member is ORCHAHOLICS ANONYMOUS


A Potpurri of Orchid Facts

   A POTPOURRI OF ORCHID FACTS – From “Growing Orchids is Fun”

  • Orchid plants are still useful in many crafts and trades. Gum from Ansellia gigantea is used to cement stones and wood together.
  • Vanilla is the most productive orchid today that is still being used throughout the world commercially.
  • Cypripedium acaule is known as the love tonic.  
    • A cool site from a new member:     ORCHAOLICSANONYMOUS

Link to Past & Present Newsletters

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Members Directory

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We're a member of the AOS

You can get data on local and country-wide orchid shows and events, information on growing, etc. at this site.  www.aos.org     This is a great organization for learning much about orchid growing.   You'll also receive a monthly magazine with many helpful articles about orchids.   A bargain for $45 per year.