Society news and
Next meeting is March 7 at the Civic Garden Center. Beginners meeting starts at 6:30pm. Our main presentation starts at 7:30pm.
Take a look at our updated calendar for detailed information.
Registration for our very popular Summer Seminar is now open. Please complete and return the form ASAP. Space is limited. Fred Clarke, renowned Catasetum and Cattleya hybridizer from California and Sam Tsui, renowned Paph. breeder are the speakers
Also, follow us on Cincinnati Orchid Society's Facebook. You will find lots of pictures and realtime orchid information as it occurs.
What is The
Cincinnati Orchid Society about?
We help people grow,
about orchids. We teach the public and orchid enthusiasts how to
for and protect these beautiful plants in their
homes and greenhouses. Many orchids are endangered in their native
habitats, which are
now under extreme
pressure. Growing orchids in homes and greenhouses, besides being
enjoyable, is vital for preserving
the magnificent plants that can no longer survive in the wild. The
Society does public presentations at various events and organization
around the Greater Cincinnati area. Contact
us if you would like us to attend your event or check our calendar periodically to
see what is already scheduled. Donations are appreciated.
great time was had by all at American Orchid Society Judge, Ken
Thanks Ken for the wonderful Sloppy Joes! What a
hearty lunch after hiking all day. 13 members attended and we
saw approximately 10 types of native orchids.
once a month
pm. on the first
Tuesday of the month.
We take July, August, and December off
(No meetings these months). We meet at
the Civic Garden Center on Reading
Road just off the Taft exit on Highway 71.
to our meetings. Everyone is
beginners program always allows time fore other discussions and topics of conversation
Q&A session. Although we have not created a formal 2013 schedule please take some time to
look at the
for 2012 to get an idea of that the program is about. If
you have not signed up to participate in the beginners program please
so that you can get on the communication list.
beautiful Orchids? Please look at our shows or our general photo gallery.
The Greater Cincinnati Orchid Society's
educational meetings, orchid exhibits, and
outreach events are
free and open to the public. Because we are a 501(C)(3)
charity, gifts to the society and annual membership dues are
Please help us protect and appreciate orchids by making a gift to The
Greater Cincinnati Orchid Society and participating in our monthly
events. For information on donating to the society please