American Orchid Society

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The American Orchid Society is a horticultural society devoted to education, conservation, and research of orchids (plant family Orchidaceae). The organization was founded in 1921, and now has a worldwide membership. The organization publishes a monthly magazine, "Orchids, The Bulletin of the American Orchid Society." The society's website American Orchid Society website has the answer to all questions orchid, including helpful, reliable information on how to grow your orchids.

The American Orchid Society and Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden have formed a strategic partnership and the AOS has moved its offices to the Fairchild Campus in Coral Gables, FL.



  • Longest, Tania Valdemoro (November 20, 2011), "Partnership in Bloom", The Miami Herald: H1 

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