Annual International Orchid Festival

Official Website

Mar 13-15, 2015

10901 Old Cutler Road
Coral Gables, Florida 33156
2015-03-13 12:00:00 2015-03-15 12:00:00 America/New_York Annual International Orchid Festival

Immerse yourself within the world of orchids with over 10,000 orchid plants from local and international vendors. Learn about growing and care for orchids at home, pick up handmade products from artisan vendors, enjoy delicious foods from local vendors or marvel at the rare orchid species in the American Orchid Society juried show, presented by the Orchid Society of Coral Gables.

OrKids at KidWay-Cycad Circle: The whole family can learn about the diversity of plant-animal pollination relationships through fun, interactive, hands-on activities and lectures. Learn how plants have evolved to attract, sometimes even trick, and ultimately reward, their pollinators. Do the bee waggles to let other bees in you hive know where the flowers are. Make a mask of your favorite pollinator!

Learn about the Million Orchid Project and how Fairchild is cultivating rare native orchids to be reintroduced into South Florida habitatsin our Science Village Laboratores.

Enjoy interactive discussions on the natural history of orchids and growing tips.

More details: https://festivalrooster.com/festivals/annual-international-orchid-festival/
Fairchild Garden

(305) 667-1651

Coral Gables, Florida

Immerse yourself within the world of orchids with over 10,000 orchid plants from local and international vendors. Learn about growing and care for orchids at home, pick up handmade products from artisan vendors, enjoy delicious foods from local vendors or marvel at the rare orchid species in the American Orchid Society juried show, presented by the Orchid Society of Coral Gables.

OrKids at KidWay-Cycad Circle: The whole family can learn about the diversity of plant-animal pollination relationships through fun, interactive, hands-on activities and lectures. Learn how plants have evolved to attract, sometimes even trick, and ultimately reward, their pollinators. Do the bee waggles to let other bees in you hive know where the flowers are. Make a mask of your favorite pollinator!

Learn about the Million Orchid Project and how Fairchild is cultivating rare native orchids to be reintroduced into South Florida habitatsin our Science Village Laboratores.

Enjoy interactive discussions on the natural history of orchids and growing tips.

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