The Orchid Family is one of the largest groups of flowering plants in the world. With over 28,000 species, the wondrous variety of shapes, colors and scents is astounding. This workshop will introduce some of the most popular genera of orchids and explore the growth requirements of these beauties so that you can successfully grow them at home. By gaining a deeper understanding of their natural habitat, you will be well equipped to coax their charming blooms for years to come.
Fee includes one tropical orchid plant. Plant may not be in bloom at the time of the class.
Presenter: John Tullock is a lifelong gardener and conservationist who has been growing orchids for over 30 years. As a writer and photographer, he has 20 published books on a diversity of topics. His Growing Hardy Orchids received a “Great Garden Book” award from the American Horticulture Society.
Cost: $35/ Garden members, $45/ nonmembers Pre-registration required: https://secure.touchnet.com/C21610_ustores/web/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=1554&SINGLESTORE=true