Orchid displays & expert advice for indoor and outdoor growing
silent auction table
wide variety of uncommon orchids, companion plants, repotting supplies, and more!!
Tickets at the door, cash only.
Adults – $7
Seniors and Students – $6
Children 12 and under are free
$1 off coupons onhttp://www.facebook.com/VictoriaOrchidSociety
This is an AOS judged show.
Set up on Thursday, March 22nd – 9:00am to 9:00 pm,
Show open to the public, March 23, 24, 25th – 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Click this link to see the poster with all of the show details:
For Preview Party:
Friday, March 23, 2018, 7 pm to 9:30 pm
Tickets: $15, can be ordered from Wayne Riggs by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Show and Sale dates:
Saturday, March 24, 2018, 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday, March 25, 2018, 10 am – 5 pm
VanDusen Gardens, Floral Hall
5251 Oak Street, Vancouver BC
Admission: $7 Adults / $10 @ day pass
$6 Students & Seniors / $9 2-day pass
$1 off coupon available from the Vancouver Orchid Society Website
For more information:
Ryan Young, President Wayne Riggs, Show Co-chair
VANCOUVER ORDHID SOCIETY VANCOUVER ORDHID SOCIETY
Telephone: +1-604-765-9007 Telephone: +1-604-761-5709
Admission to the show is $8
$2 off discount coupons can be downloaded from www.taoa.info
April 14 @ 11 am – 5 pm: open to public; 5 pm – 7 pm: photography session
April 15 @ 10 am – 5 pm: open to public; 8 am – 10 am: photography session
The COC is delighted that Melissa McCormick will be presenting at Orchidfest 2018.
Orchids know no borders! Let’s support the efforts of the Orchidfest organizers by making sure that Ms. McCormick receives a warm welcome by a strong attendance at this presentation
For event information, schedule, and ticket price detail visit the event website at www.orchidfest.ca
“Speaker Melissa McCormick – Principal Investigator and Research Scientist at The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center. Melissa is a leading expert in the field of orchid ecology where she examines the effects of environment conditions and the abundance of mycorrhizal fungi (those amazing underground networks that help orchids thrive and survive) as drivers of orchid flowering and distribution. She is also currently studying specific bacteria that live within the fungi and how they affect their formation and growth. Melissa will be joining us in the field to see first-hand the wonderful species that flourish in our unique environment, and on Saturday evening she will share with us some insights into her research about orchids and the fungi that are critical to their very existence.” – source: event website, retrieved May 10, 2018