Mark Your Calendar: the 74th Annual Oregon Orchid Show & Sale is April 22-23, 2017 in Portland, OR

Products For Sale

Your First Orchids and How to Grow Them

Your First Orchids and How to Grow Them

Your First Orchids and How to Grow Them is an extensive overview of orchids and orchid culture produced by the Oregon Orchid Society. Sold by many of the country’s top vendors and packed with good information, this book is certain to be informative for beginners as well as experienced orchid growers. Contributing authors include Fred Hillerman, Carl Withner, Rebecca Tyson Northen, Rod McLellan and Theresa Hill among a long list of others. If you want to pick up the book at one of our monthly meetings, please indicate using the drop down menu.

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An Orchidist's Lexicon

An Orchidist's Lexicon

An Orchidist’s Lexicon is an in-depth resources for understanding the language of orchids. Fully produced by the Oregon Orchid Society this book is a must have for any orchid collector. If you want to pick up the book at one of our monthly meetings, please indicate using the drop down menu.

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Native Orchids of Oregon Book

Native Orchids of Oregon

Native Orchids of Oregon is the only definitive book on Oregon’s orchid natives. Published in 2000 by the Oregon Orchid Society, this book gives overviews of Oregon’s orchids both large and small and a general description of their habitats. Numerous color photos included.

SOLD OUT

Unfortunately, very popular demand in the last few months has left us with no remaining copies of our Native Orchids of Oregon book. We are actively working on getting this book republished – with updated photos and additional useful information (so it can be used as more of a field guide). If you are interested in knowing when this publication is complete please let us know by sending us an email at oregonorchidsociety@gmail.com – indicate in the subject line or the email content that you would like to know when we’re finished with the new and improved Native Orchids of Oregon book and we’ll send you an email when we’re done (expected later this year).  Don’t worry, we won’t add you to any mailing list, sell or give away your email or send you any info about anything else.  In the meantime, we hope to see you at our annual show and sale April 26-27.

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