June 26 - Don't Throw Away Your Orchid

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SKU: 2021AE06-26DTYO
Description: <p style=color: rgb(43, 43, 43)> Phalaenopsis are the most popular orchid because the beautiful flowers last for months. Unfortunately, many of these orchids are thrown away after all the flowers drop. Orchids are perennials - they will grow and flower every year for many years! Explore the mystery around the orchid plant family and orchid growing with orchid grower Dr. Dotty Woodson. Discover where and how orchids grow in nature and how you can grow orchids on your windowsill, in your greenhouse, and even outdoors in the summer. This course will cover orchid growing, potting, dividing, watering, fertilizing, propagating, collecting, and maintaining orchids for many years. <br><br> Saturday, June 26, 2021 (1 - 3 pm) <br>Location: Zoom online class; you will receive an email the day prior to class with the Zoom class code and password. <br>Registration Deadline: June 23 <br>Price: $25 /Non-Member or $20 /Member (Log in to receive Member benefits.) <br> If you do not know your member login information, please call our Membership office at 817-332-7518 for assistance. <br><br> <b>Can’t attend the live class?</b> If you pre-register, you will be sent a link to the class recording (available for a limited time only) which you can view when convenient.</p>
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Instructor: Dr. Dotty Woodson has grown orchids since 1973. Woodson’s goal is to share her knowledge and enjoyment about growing orchids. Woodson is a member of the Fort Worth Orchid Society, Greater North Texas Orchid Society, Southwest Regional Orchid Growers Association and the American Orchid Society. She has written articles about orchid culture for many newspapers and magazines and appeared on many television and radio shows to discuss growing orchids. Woodson’s DVD Growing Orchids Made Easy with Dotty is available through the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Bookstore at <a href=" https://agrilifebookstore.org/"> agrilifebookstore.org </a>. Woodson has B. S. and M.S. degrees in Horticulture from Tarleton State University and a doctoral degree from Texas A&M and Texas Tech Universities. Before retirement, Woodson taught landscape water conservation by design, plant selection, and irrigation efficiency for 32 years at Tarrant County College, TCU, UTA, and for Texas A&M Extension as a County Extension Agent in Tarrant County and Water Resource Extension State Specialist. She owns D & B Orchids in Fort Worth. 

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