Orchid University 101 – The Basics of Orchid Culture
The Naples Orchid Society was pleased to bring you this very special six week program where you learned just about everything there is to learn about orchids.
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The Orchid Culture Programs was presented in the gymnasium at Mooring Presbyterian Church, 791 Harbour Drive, Naples, Florida, for six consecutive Saturdays beginning on January 12, 2013 and ending on February 16, 2013. Programs began at 9:30 AM and ended at 12:30 PM (the six classes were each three hours long with one break). A Handbook containing Culture sheets plus a guidebook was be given to each registrant, as well as some blooming size orchid plants. Cost was $50.00 for members, $60.00 for non-members, for all six classes, payable with application. Payment is required to reserve your space. Application fees are not refundable, except in an emergency.
Topics Presented by Our Own Local Experts Include:
- What Makes an Orchid an Orchid
- Cattleyas and their Relatives
- Oncidiums and their Relatives
- Vandas and their Relatives
- Slipper Orchids & Catasetums
- Pests and Diseases and “Cures”
If you have any questions before the classes start, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Dr. Pippen” in the subject line.
Articles by Dick Pippen