This plant was
voted as the most popular in the meeting.
Next meeting: 7:30pm, 7 April 2015 at the Lions Whitehouse, Edmonton Road, Te Atatu South (next to Foodtown).
The speaker for the May meeting will be Dennis Chuah, speaking on How not to grow orchids.
- New Growers' Forum
The early forum for this month is on pests and diseases.
Membership fees are due.
Please print the membership form, fill it in and hand it in to Jill Mickleburgh at the next meeting.
- Ramble Day: The next ramble day will be at Lana Parson's home, 88 Harmel Rd, Glendene.
The meeting is planned for Thursday 14th May, at 10am.
The spring show was a great success, attracting large crouds.
The grand champion was Angraecum sesquipedale.
At the June 2014 meeting, we had Burt Ong tell us all about his passive hydroponics culture using plastic brochure holders.
Burt will show us how to mount one of these in the August meeting.
Here is his mini diaplay at the meeting.
The Ribbon Show was a big success.
Everyone enjoyed themselves.
Here are a few pictures from the show.
Bus trip to Hibiscus Coast Orchid Society Meeting.
Panorama of the 7th NZ National Orchid Expo held at New Plymouth.
Pictures from the show.
The Orchid Council put on a display at the World Orchid Conference in Singapore.
It was very well received, getting a first in its class and a silver medal.
Working bee, July 2010. Look at who is standing around watching people work.
Eric Scanlen gave a very interesting 3D presentation on NZ native orchids.
It required members to put on special polarising glasses.
The Waitakere Orchid Club's display, Gone but not Forgotten, at the Auckland Flower Show won a silver medal.
The Auckland Orchid Club's display, Orchids in the Wild, at the Ellerslie Flower Show won a gold medal and the supreme award for horticultural merit.
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