October 5 — 6, 2019


Sat 10:00am — 4:00pm
Sun 10:00am — 4:00pm


Free on Saturday, $4.00 on Sunday. Includes entry to the entire Conservatory.


Volunteer Park Conservatory
4201 East Galer St.
Seattle WA, 98112

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This year, our annual fall orchid show will be moving to the Volunteer Park Conservatory.

We will still have all the regular stuff: Orchids, orchids, and more orchids.

  • Displays designed by our NWOS members, other societies in the region, and three of our favorite orchid vendors
  • An entire greenhouse full of plants and supplies for sale.
  • Potting clinic and re-potting service.
  • Check here for the latest information, as well as a list of Orchid Societies and Vendors attending

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    • Emerald City Orchids
      Seattle, WA

      Always an excellent source for beautiful and interesting windowsill orchids, such as Phalaenopsis, Oncidium types, and Paphiopedilum hybrids and species. They also carry a variety of supplies for repotting, mounting, and displaying your plants in eye-catching arrangements.

    • Olympic Orchids
      Seattle, WA

      This local vendor specializes in orchid species seedlings as well as a full line of orchid perfumes and scents.

    • Botanica Ltd.
      Missoula, MT

      Botanica Ltd. is owned and operated by Bill Nerison (architect) and Brenda Oviatt (former graphic designer). They began growing orchids in 1983 and over time their growing has evolved from a hobby into a two part business. One half of the business involves growing and selling orchids (primarily species) to other interested growers. The other half of the business is focused on the ex-situ propagation of endangered angraecoids and the education of hobbyists and growers concerned with the plight of many species of plants and animals from Africa and Madagascar. Specializing in African species orchids, Botanica has extremely unique orchids, many of which are losing their native habitat rapidly. This is a great source for conservationist orchid cultivators, species collectors, and anyone interested in growing Angraecoids.