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Orchids in Bloom by Cheryl Wilinski

Why oh WHY do they bloom so early… I won’t have any for the Madison or the NEWOS Neenah show…..:(

Posted by Cheryl Wilinski on the Society Facebook Page

Events, News

Northeastern Wisconsin Orchid Society Christmas Gathering

Anyone is invited to the NEWOS Christmas Party.  Prospective members can attend, meet some other Orchid Enthusiasts, and have a nice lunch at The Golden Corral in Green Bay Wisconsin.

Activities will include discussions on organizing the upcoming Orchid Show, Orchid Show and Tell, and anything else you would like to bring up.

Party information:

Golden Corral Restaurants
2590 Holmgren Way, Green Bay, WI 54304-5355
January 21st, 2012 at 11.30 am
The room they give us is large enough to fit a lot of extra people, so bring your friends.
Blogged by Lee Speakin
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Aerides odorata Fragrant Orchid

A living perfume- Aerides odorata

from OrchidTalk Orchid Forum by mr. suarez

Ladies and gents, I present to you the very widespread and very fragrant Aerides odorata. Lighting provided by the noontime sun 🙂

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Reblogged by Lee Speakin

Original story from OrchidTalk Orchid Forum by mr. suarez

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Ceratosylis heterophylla Philippine ceratos Orchid

Ceratostylis heterophylla- Philippine’s newest Ceratostylis

from OrchidTalk Orchid Forum by mr. suarez

I noticed that there are 4 threads here dedicated to Philippine ceratos, so I hope the folks don’t mind if I throw another one 😀

I described Ceratosylis heterophylla from plants found in Central Luzon almost 4 years ago (Feb. 27, 2008), although it wasn’t published until last year, at the Aug-Sept issue of the Australian Orchid Review. The species name echoes the unusual leaf variation exhibited by this species; it’s easy to mistake two non-flowering plants as belonging to two different species.

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Reblogged by Lee Speakin

Original story from OrchidTalk Orchid Forum by mr. suarez

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Orchid Pictures Mini Cattleya and more…

Orchid Exhibition, December 25, 2011

This morning I went to see a small orchid exhibition, which is a great morning, I was impressed with a red orange tree mini cattleya.

REblogged by the Northeaster Wisconsin Orchid Society:
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Soon, I will be redirecting our web address (newisos.org) to point to this new space.  This will save the society money, and the WordPress format will offer all the same functionality that our old website offered.

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