Sign Up Below To Receive Coupons From Our Vendors 
& Gifts From Our Sponsors!!
Incredible Displays & Awesome Vendors!
  •  Beautiful Orchid displays from local hobbyists and Orchid Societies
  • Results from the American Orchid Society judging of the plants entered for the show
  • Incredible vendors from around the world with top of the line orchids for every skill level to choose from
Show details are at the bottom of this page & will be emailed to you!
2019 Show Information:
Join us for our Show and Sale this March at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Day Hall and Hardin Visitor Center!

The show will run from March 8th to March 10th. There will be at least 10 individually created exhibits featuring flowering orchids at their best, including many unusual and rarely seen species and hybrids, so come and enjoy the impressive displays of blooming orchid plants that will fill Day Hall with fragrance and beauty!

This will be an AOS sanctioned show that will include award judging by the American Orchid Society as well as educational classes for anyone wishing to know more about how to grow these fascinating and beautiful plants. Each of our vendors will have a sales area offering plants for sale and plenty of free growing advice.

Interested in volunteering? We can always use help at the society table and for early setup on Wednesday and Thursday before the event starts on Friday. If anyone is interested in helping please send a note to Danny Lentz (
Show Hours:
Friday, March 8 :  9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday, March 9 : 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday, March 10 : 9:00am - 4:00pm
Demonstration Schedule
Feb. 8, Friday 1:30pm Repotting Phalaenopsis

Feb. 9, Saturday 10:30am Orchids 101 
                                   12:30pm Repotting Orchids 

Feb. 10, Sunday 11:30am Orchids 101 
                                  1:30pm Mounting Orchids 

Our Vendors:
Our Generous Show Sponsors:
Want To Enter Plants For the Show?
These are links to the documents you need to enter your orchids into the show.
Want to find out more about the Atlanta Orchid Society?
Powered By