Post by kawarthapine on Feb 7, 2017 16:31:41 GMT -5
The S. Ontario Orchid Society (SOOS) Show is this weekend. The show takes place at The Toronto Garden Centre on Feb 11 & 12, 2017.
There will be several presentations in addition to several thousand orchids in bloom, and extensive sales tables from N and S American suppliers.
The SOOS Show Speakers Schedules is noted below:
Sat. 13:00 Tom Shields:, Eight things that will make your pet orchids love you 14:00 Ivan Portilla: The 2017 World Orchid Congress in Ecuador 15:00 Alexsi Antanaitis: What to do when things go wrong
Sun. 12:00 Doug Kennedy: Life after Phalaenopsis (Phals) 13:00 Tom Shields: Eight things that will make your pet orchids love you 14:00 Synea Tan: Growing orchids in the home 15:00 Jay Norris The astounding world of miniature orchids.
This is arguably the best annual show in Canada.
Go to the SOOS website for more info and admissions discount coupons.
Last Edit: Feb 7, 2017 16:33:35 GMT -5 by kawarthapine: Typos
Post by kawarthapine on Feb 10, 2017 14:05:56 GMT -5
Wish I could but stuck in Peterborough...my back is acting up. I used to go every year to help with judging Sat morning. I would then come home broke later that day! Note. Show opens around 10:00 on Sat (once judging is complete) and runs through till 5 or 6pm. Opens again Sun morning but 8-10pm reserved for photographers. Then opens up to everyone.
Back in the day when I was an active member of the LOS I used to go to all the shows. I remember there being a lot more but as they say the memory is the second thing to go. I absolutely loathe driving in and around Toronto so it would have to be worth my while, like someone with CP to deliver to me.
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