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DCOS is a proud affiliate of The American Orchid Society

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We have further expanded our exhibits section to include photo albums from recent shows.

Upcoming member meetings and events

September members' meeting Tuesday, September 10th

332 Hance Ave, Tinton Falls, NJ 07724, USA (map)

Doors open 6:30pm, new growers group meets at 7pm, general meeting program begins 7:30pm

Speaker: Arthur Chadwick of Chadwick Orchids

Topic: Large Flowered Cattleya Species

Speaker is selling plants Members cannot sell plants , For pre-orders – for Cattleyas.

Call Greenhouse for orders of Phal, Oncidium, Dend & Paphs

Speaker bio - Art Chadwick

Art holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State and an MBA from James Madison University. He founded Chadwick & Son Orchids Inc in 1989 with his father who has been growing orchids since 1943. ‘The Classic Cattleyas’ is widely considered to be the definitive book on large-flowered Cattleya species and was written by Art and his father. Martha Stewart favorably reviewed the book and had both Chadwick’s on her TV Show. Art has the distinction of naming Cattleya hybrids after the wives of the last five U.S. Presidents and personally presenting the flowers to most of the honored recipients. He is a 'regular' on the orchid society speaker's circuit and has spoken internationally at the Western Australian Orchid Conference as well as two World Orchid Conferences - France 2005 and Ecuador 2017). Each month since 2002, the Richmond Times-Dispatch has published Art’s orchid advice column. The Winston-Salem Journal as well as several other newspapers around the country now also run the popular column. Chadwick operates 11 greenhouses in rural Powhatan County, a retail store in Richmond, and boards over 13,000 orchids for local clients. The company was recently featured in Southern Living Magazine, The New York Times, and Richmond Magazine.


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DCOS News 19-09.pdf

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