Date

March 30 — 31, 2019

Hours

Sat 12:00pm — 6:00pm
Sun 10:00am — 3:00pm

Admission

$2 (16 and under free)

Location

Spokane Community College
Student Lair
1810 N Greene Street
Spokane WA, 99207

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Spokane Community College

We will have hundreds of orchids for sale, as well as repotting media, pots, and fertilizer.

REPOTTING STATION
If your orchid needs re-potting/dividing, we will have a re-potting station available. We suggest that you bring a pot(s), but this is not essential.

VENDORS​
        BOTANICA
        EMERALD CITY ORCHIDS
        JIM'S ORCHIDS
        JOLAH ORCHIDS
        MEMBER'S SALE TABLE
and
        VINN'S CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
        ANNIE LIBERTINI DESIGNS

SEMINARs & DEMOs
SATURDAY
        1:00 - Orchid Culture
        3:00 - Mounting Orchids
SUNDAY
        12:30 - Orchid Repotting and Culture

See the Spokane Orchid Society website for more information.


The Northwest Orchid Society will be participating in this show. Contact George Grantham if you would like to send plants.

Vendors

  • 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.

  • Jim's Orchids
    Spokane, WA

  • Jolah Orchids
    Ontario, OR

  • 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.