ANGRAECOIDS!

What are they?  Where do they grow?  How canwe grow them?

Bring yours in, blooming or not, and join Brenda from Botanica

​Wednesday, July 9, 7pm

Manito Park Meeting Room







Meetings

 

Our meetings are held at the Manito Park meeting room, beginning with a social 1/2 hour beginning at 6:30pm and the regular meeting from 7-9p

Awarded orchids

 

View photos of orchids of SOS members that have received awards from the American Orchid Society.

Welcome! 

If you like orchids, come visit us. 

If you like our members and meetings, Join us!


We always have orchids for sale!!

Spring/Summer Calendar

​      Jul 9 - Meeting

​      Aug 10 - SOS Picnic 

           ***NO AUGUST MONTHLY MEETING***

      Sep 10 - Meeting with Tom Harper 


                        ​click here for full details on Google Calendar


28 / 01 / 2013

Fusce suscipit varius mi cum sociis 
penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes 
nascetur ridiculus mus. Nulla dui. Fusce 
feugiat malesuada odio.

Spokane Orchid Society
  member American Orchid Society                                         established 1987



Saving our Native Orchids - what YOU can do 


DON'T PICK - picking orchid flowers destroys vitally important seeds. 

                             and can also damage or kill the plant preventing future flowers and seeds.

DON'T DIG - wild orchid plants rarely survive transplanting so don't dig up wild orchids and try to move them

                          unless they are going to be destroyed otherwise.

 

DON'T TRAMPLE- give orchids their space. Careless feet can compact the soil around an orchid or colony of orchids,

                                        suffocating the roots while trampling seedlings and non-blooming plants you don't even notice.

 

Washington State's Native Orchids - WA is home to more than 30 orchid species including Fairy Slipper, Phantom Orchid, Frog Orchid, Coralroots, Lady's Slippers, Stream Orchid, Broad-leaved Helleborine, Rattlesnake Plantain, Twayblades, Piperias, Bog-Orchids, Rein-Orchids, Ladies' Tresses.  All of them are worth saving!

Bulbosa calypso

Dendrophylax (Polyradicion) lindenii