Hey folks, we are hosting tonight's meeting ON LINE again
via Zoom. If you are a member in good standing you'll have received the link and password.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, our hearts go out to everyone whose health and/or family has been affected in any way.
We hope everyone stays safe and stays home to protect themselves and those around them.
Take joy where you can -- enjoy your orchids!
We intend to continue these online meetings through the
summer, when we formerly took hiatus.
June 10 ONLINE
Learn about growing orchids in your own home!
The Manhattan Orchid Society, Inc. is a group formed with the aim of promoting the knowledge and cultivation of orchids. We specialize in the needs and interests of home growers and hobbyists.
How many different orchids have you seen live and in person?
Every month, members bring their flowering plants to the Show Table. You might see a lot of species and hybrids that are new to you!
MOS is an Affiliated Society of the
Socializing begins 6:15 pm
Meeting begins 7:00 pm
Meeting concludes by 9 pm
Meetings are always the SECOND WEDNESDAY of each month (except July and August), unless otherwise noted.
We meet in Midtown Manhattan!
SCL Conference Center
15 West 39th ST, 3rd floor NYC
(betwn. 5th and 6th Avenues)
New or not-yet members are welcome!
If you are not yet a member, 1st meeting is free!
Click on the Contact Us button below to see a map of the area.
TO BE DETERMINED
(Or renew your annual membership)
If you are not yet a member, you can try before you buy!
You may attend a meeting to see what it"s like, even before you join.
$30 per year for single membership
$35 per year for family
Why join a local orchid society?
Learning from fellow hobbyists with similar interests and growing conditions is the best way to achieve success! Our members are happy to share their tips and expertise. We grow on windows, under lights, in greenhouses and gardens, here in New York City!
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