Next Denver Orchid Society Meeting
Tuesday Mar. 10, 2015, 7:30 p.m.
Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church
1980 Dahlia St Denver, CO 80220
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Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church is located at the corner of Montview Boulevard and Dahlia Street in Denver. Parking is adjacent to the church and can be accessed off of Dahlia Street.
The Denver Orchid Society meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month, with the exception of a summer break in July and August. Visitors and new members are always welcome! Our meetings include a short business discussion, an informal Show-and-Tell, an expert speaker orchid presentation, and the sale of orchid plants.
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DOS Spring Show & Sale, March 14 & 15
Come see SPECTACULAR ORCHIDS IN BLOOM and shake off cabin fever!
Don't miss the Denver Orchid Society Spring Show and Sale Saturday Mar. 14 and Sunday Mar. 15 at Tagawa Garden Center, 7711 South Parker Road, in Centennial.
On the program, a spectacular display, orchid judging, plus a wide variety of orchid plants and supplies will be available for sale that weekend.
Admission is free. [Read more...]
Rocky Mountain Judging Center
The regular meeting of the Rocky Mountain Judging Center is the 2nd Saturday of each month. Judging sessions are open to all orchid growers. Everyone is welcome, so try to attend at least once. [Read more...]
Books are available for loan to active Denver Orchid Society members and may be checked out from the DOS librarian at our monthly meetings.
To request a specific book from the loan library please call Barbara at (303) 420-4156 the weekend prior to the meeting.
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Orchid Care and Information
From culture sheets, to monthly checklists, Frequently Asked Questions, to Orchids 101 basics, a wealth of information is available on the American Orchid Society website.
View AOS Orchids Basics and FAQ >
Orchid Pleasures Fall Show Video
Take a peek behind the scenes of the 2013 Denver Orchid Society fall show and view the glorious sights of tropical orchids proudly grown in the Rocky Mountains. All plants from private collections.
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