2019 Orchid Show and Sale
April 27-28, 2019
The Northwest's Largest Orchid Event
The 76th Annual Oregon Orchid Show and Sale
Presented by the Oregon Orchid Society
I will be held in Aquinas Hall at:340 NE Clackamas St Portland, OR 97232
This is 4 blocks north of Oregon Convention Center, and two blocks from the MAX line.
Possibly the ONLY orchid vendor anywhere that focuses on orchids from Africa, it’s always great to have Montana’s Botanica close to home at our orchid show in Portland.
Joining us all the way from Cuenca, Ecuador, Ecuagenera brings rare and unusual South American species orchids. If you’ve been growing orchids for any length of time you will know that it is a special treat to have the opportunity to buy directly from Ecuagenera.
Equaflor-A is a Comercial nursery, that is devoted to growing a varity of orchids, as well as a wide varity of tropical plants, from the families of Aracea, Bromeliacea, Gesneracea, Begoniacea, Polypodiacea and more, as well as plants suitable for terrariums , vivariums , paludariums, etc.
Our Seattle-based friends at Emerald City Orchids bring beautiful and exquisite blooming orchids that are bound to make you smile – a great purchase for you or a loved one.
Bringing us orchid species including a variety of affordable seedlings to choose from, Olympic Orchids also has their own orchid-scented soaps and perfumes for sale.
A family business that is dedicated to the cultivation, production, commercialization and export mainly of Peruvian orchid species, as well as other ornamental plants such as bromeliads, ferns, heliconias, Anthuriums, among other groups of plants.
Not only specializing in orchids, Oscar Allen offers a wide variety of high-quality, hard to find tropical plants including orchids, bromelliads and anthuriums.
Recently relocated to Mulino from Hawaii these seasoned growers have a variety of orchids sure to peak your interest from cymbidiums, odontoglossums, miltionopsis, Brazilian miltonias, vandas, cattleyas and species.
Perhaps some of the best deals you can find anywhere on orchids are from local hobbyist growers – and often some very rare finds are hidden here.
|Saturday, April 27, 2019||Sunday, April 28, 2019|
|10am – doors open||10am – doors open|
|11am – Seminar: Orchids 101||11am – Seminar: Orchids 101|
|1pm – Demonstration: Orchid Repotting||1pm – Demonstration: Orchid Repotting|
|3pm – Demonstration: Building a terrarium||3pm – Demonstration: Building a terrarium|
|5pm – Doors close||5pm – Show’s over – see you next year!|