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February 2017

Regular Monthly Meeting

22 February @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
St Michaels Church Centre, The Drift
Martlesham, Ipswich,SuffolkIP5 3PLUnited Kingdom
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Simon Tarrant, a member of the Essex Orchid Society, will be talking about "Orchids of Sicily".

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March 2017

Spring Orchid Show

25 March @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
St Michaels Church Centre, The Drift
Martlesham, Ipswich,SuffolkIP5 3PLUnited Kingdom
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We will be holding Our Spring Show on Saturday 25th March 2017 at St Michael's Church Centre, (near Douglas Bader Public House), Martlesham Heath, IP5 3UY, between 10 am and 4 pm. In addition to a magnificent display of our member’s orchids there will be first class orchids for sale, re-potting demonstrations and advice on the cultivation of orchids including solving problems that may be encountered in their care. Refreshments including light lunches will be available during the day. Admission…

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Regular Monthly Meeting

29 March @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
St Michaels Church Centre, The Drift
Martlesham, Ipswich,SuffolkIP5 3PLUnited Kingdom
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Richard Baxter is speaking about "Growing Orchids My Way"

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April 2017

Regular Monthly Meeting

26 April @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
St Michaels Church Centre, The Drift
Martlesham, Ipswich,SuffolkIP5 3PLUnited Kingdom
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Helen Millner is showing some of her exquisite photographs. This time the subject will be close ups of parts of orchids that are often difficult to see!

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May 2017

Suffolk Show

31 May - 1 June
Trinity Park, Felixstowe Road
Ipswich,SuffolkIP3 8UHUnited Kingdom
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Come and meet us in the flower tent at the Suffolk Show. Steve will be setting up the stand on Tuesday 30th May and will be ready to receive any plants in flower that members might like to lend from 6.30pm onwards to dress it. He has already circulated lists for manning the display but if you want to help please contact us. Remember that plants should be in a black pots with any coloured rims disguised. It really does…

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