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Disneyland of Orchids Autumn Show in bloom this April

VIBRANT: Rockhampton Orchid Society autumn show, themed “disneyland of orchids”, will be held April 2 and 3 at Rockhampton High School Hall, Campbell Street entrance.
VIBRANT: Rockhampton Orchid Society autumn show, themed “disneyland of orchids”, will be held April 2 and 3 at Rockhampton High School Hall, Campbell Street entrance. Contributed

ROCKHAMPTON Orchid Society autumn show, themed "disneyland of orchids", will be held April 2 and 3 at Rockhampton High School Hall, Campbell Street entrance.

The event will be held Saturday, April 2 from 9am to 4pm and Sunday, April 3 from am to 3pm.

Entry is $3 for adults and free for children.

Free lucky door prizes and raffles during the weekend.

There will be benched orchids and foliage plants.

At this time of year there will be flowering cattleya, vandas, oncidiums, catsetums, hard cane dendrobiums, slipper orchids and many more varieties.

Members will also compete in the container, small and large display sections

Foliage art including flower arrangments and corsages

There will be orchid repotting workshops on both days and potting supplies for sale

The bonsai society and the cake decorators association will have stands

There will be plant sales of orchids, bromelaids and ferns as well as flower arrangments.

Out of town vendors - alice's orchids (townsville) and mns orchids (sarina) will be selling their beautiful orchids

Our fabulous devonshire teas will again be happening.

For further details contact sandra rowcliffe mobile 0438 130 360.

Topics:  flower life orchids orchid show



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