You can bring anything savory or sweet - if you are unable to bring something, please let Maryanne Hazen (our January, February and March chair) know that you have switched with someone else - but please find a fellow member with whom to swap snack dates.
February contributors will be Maryanne Hazen and Angela Cleator. We'd like two more 'helpers'.
A two day show - Friday January 31st from 1 to 4 PM. Saturday, February 1st from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Come in and check out the exhibits. Free admission. For further details, check out our events calendar.
Come in and see the exhibits - Free admission. We'll also have vendors on Saturday. From 10 AM to 4 PM. There is usually at least one orchid vendor and lots of other interesting plant vendors as well as other interesting items. Check out our events calendar for further details.
For albums of our Member's Gardens.
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
On another note, the US Postal Service is releasing a new series of stamps on February 21st, Wild Orchids. The AOS has been chosen to host the First Day of Issue Ceremony for these stamps.
We often are asked where we find orchids and orchid supplies.
These are a few of our local vendors. If you'd like to be added to our list, please let us know.
A POTPOURRI OF ORCHID FACTS – From “Growing Orchids is Fun”
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.
The AOS has been chosen to host the First Day of Issue Ceremony for the new USPS series, "Wild Orchids". They will be available after February 21, 2020. Cool!