The Maine Orchid Society meets the second Monday of the month at St. Anne's
Church in Gorham. Meetings usually run from 7pm to 9. They are a small
group (20-30 people) of very knowledgeable, very friendly folks who are
happy to share their wealth of information. Dues is $15/yr. The Pres. is
John Mattor 929-3201.
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From: "Susan Hayward" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2001 10:54 AM
Subject: Re: Woodsprite Orchids
> Thanks. I have just started trying my hand at growing Phals and have two.
> far one has bloomed for me and the other has two new blossom stalks
> Both have new leaves. But at some point I will need to know more about
> repotting and fertilizer, etc. and now I know where to go for help.
> The Ledlies wrote:
> > For those of you interested in cultivated orchids - there is a new
> > in New Gloucester Maine specializing in orchids. Their large greenhouse
> > filled with all kinds - Phalaenopsis, Oncidiums intergenerics,
> > Paphiopedilums, Phragmipediums, Odontoglossums, Miltonias, Cattleyas,
> > - the proprietor is a font of information - he has been collecting and
> > growing orchids for over 30 years.
> > Details - directions and hours - are on their website
> > Pat Ledlie
> > Eight Bean
> > PO Box 90
> > Buckfield ME 04220
> > Phone/Fax: 207 336 2969
> > Email: [log in to unmask]