The 2002 show is being held
at the Salvation Army Hall, Main Road, Tawa
6th and 7th of September.
Open 10 am to 4 pm.
Admission is $2.00
Show 2000 displays
Capital City Orchid Society
1985 Champion display.
Cattleya bicolor Photo P.C. Tomlinson
Orchid Societies are the place to develop an interest in orchids. In addition to monthly
meetings, these specialist societies provide a splendid forum for enthusiasts to get together to study and
enjoy these unique plants. Most societies have orchid libraries, containing both books for the novice and
experienced grower, and also periodicals published in the main orchid growing areas of the world.
The Capital City Orchid Society
Located in Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand, is a strong
enthusiastic friendly Society.
each month on the third TUESDAY of the month at 8.00 pm.
An early forum, especially designed for novice growers, often meets
earlier, before the main meeting.
The Society meeting venue is at the
Johnsonville Uniting Church,
18 Dr. Taylor Terrace
on the the third Monday each monthat 8 pm
only a short distance from the centre of Wellington.
An Early Forum covering basic growing subjects is usually run from 7.15
VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO OUR MEETINGS
Details of the Society and information on the meetings are available on separate pages.
from a monthly meeting,
the last meeting at the Khandallah Primary School
President Lenaire Witham
Secretary Mike Davison and monthly display
Members at monthly meeting
CAPITAL CITY ORCHID SOCIETY
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20 March 2000
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