American Orchid Society supports education, conservation and research.
Mid America Orchid Congress is an organization of orchid societies dedicated to preservation of orchids in their natural habitats, the propagation of orchids by seed and cuttings, the development of new and better plants through breeding, and providing information to growers who subscribe to our principles. The MAOC holds a meeting and show each Spring and Fall sponsored by one or more of our member societies. We provide internationally recognized speakers on orchid topics and workshops for members of our societies. The public is invited to visit parts of each show with no admission charge. The orchid displays and vendor area--offering a wide variety of plants from around the world--are open to the public. The MAOC sponsors six American Orchid Society judging centers in central US and Canada. We cooperate with the American Orchid Society in training orchid judges, supporting the judging centers, and providing information to individuals who grow and show orchids.
Great Lakes Judging Center is in Ann Arbor Michigan.
Royal Horticultural Society Orchid Register. Use this link to find your plant's parents
FTD Orchid Types. Beautiful Presentation of Orchidaceae
Roberts Flower Supply is a family owned business for over 30 years, operated from our home, greenhouses, and storage facilities. All our media is mixed and packaged by us. Our goal is to provide you with quality supplies at a reasonable price. Our greenhouses have 1000's of orchids, and many more of our crosses. We have been growing and selling Cyppripediums and other native orchids for over 30 years and presently have all the US Cypripediums and over 20 Asian cyps. We can bring large bags of potting mix, bark, charcoal, perlite, etc. to shows with 2 days advance notice, for a 10% delivery charge, which is much less than UPS.
Fall Open House 2017
Dec. 15 - 16
Windswept in Time Orchids is a family owned business in Broadview Heights, OH that carries a complete line of orchids.
Fall Open House
Nov. 4 and 5 Sat. and Sun. 11am - 5pm
Neighboring Orchid Societies