Houston Orchid Societies meetings are held at the First Thursday of every month at 7:30 PM at the First Christian Church/School, 1601 Sunset Boulevard, Houston TX  77005.

January 5

February 2

March 2

April 6

May 4

June 1

July 6

August 3

September 7

October 5

November 2

December 7

Marvin Gerber

Peter T Lin

John Stubbings

Guillermo Salas

Kristen Uthus

Jean Allen Ikeson

Lisa Li


Mary Mancini

Rick Lewandowski

Win Minmaw

Holiday Party - No Speaker

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July Guest Speaker:
Lisa Li

"A Journey to find Phrag kovachii"


Lisa is an orchid hobbyist who lives in Kingwood with her family. Her interest of orchids started with frequent stops at an orchid nursery called “Orchids and Ferns” located on Bellaire almost 20 years ago. After acquiring random orchids from big-box stores, local nurseries, and mail orders, most of her acquisitions have gone to a better place. But the experience provided much needed learnings and discipline, and a few remaining orchids started to survive and bloom. Lisa’s husband, Li, a hobbyist photographer, has photographed her blooming orchids, year after year.


Their first wild orchid encountered was a patch of Cypripedium parviflorum at Jasper National Park in 2010. The love of the outdoors has brought them to many places. It has been a delight to see orchids growing in their native environment in Pacific NW, Canada, SW China, Malaysia, Costa Rica, Belize, Panama, Jamaica, Ecuador, Peru and Colombia.


Come hear Lisa speak Thursday, July 6, 2017 @ 7:30 PM at the First Christian Church & School, 1601 Sunset Blvd, Houston, TX 77005.





The HOS (Houston Orchid Society) is a member society of the American Orchid Society, the Southwest Regional Orchid Growers Association and is affiliated with the Orchid Digest and the International Phalaenopsis Alliance
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