Welcome to the Baton Rouge Orchid Society
Thank you for visiting BROS. We hope that you find the information both interesting and useful. Our mission is to provide information on orchid cultivation and conservation by a network of orchid growing enthusiasts. Please select from the dropdown menus additional information on orchids.
If you have questions about orchids or would like to contact us about speaking to your group about orchids, please email us with the details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:30 for social and 7:00 meeting at the LSU AgCenter Burden Conference Center, 4560 Essen Lane, Baton Rouge, LA 70809. Visitors are welcome.
Herb Sales Day at Burden
(BROS Orchid Info booth)
Photo by Dr. Jeff Kuehny
Saturday February 24, was a beautiful sunny day and the Baton Rouge Orchid Society members had a great day talking with folks about orchids. They were there shopping for Herbs but could resist our beutiful display. Thanks to the orchids of Bob Danka and Mal Corcoran who graciously allowed us to show off thier trophy plants. Like usual, many folks wanted to purchase these plants but it was just a day to talk about mostly the Phal's they are having problems getting to bloom or just kept killing them.
We also appreciate the members that volunteered to help with the info booth, Lanna Lytle, Mal Corcoran and June Owen.
Red Stick Orchid Growers
Patty and Kathy conducted the second meeting of the Red Stick Orchid Growers. This group is a refresh of the Orchid For Seniors that Danna Spayde had lead for several years. This version of the group invites all members and non members to attend during the day at the Goodwood pubic Library. The meetings are held on the fourth (4th) Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. and cover a wide variety of information about Orchids. There is no cost to join so come and learn.
Baton Rouge Orchid Conservatory
The Baton Rouge Orchid Conservatory at Burden is an ongoing work in process and a labor of love by several individuals lead by Frank Zachariah.
Thank you to all the volunteers helping with the Conservatory!!
2024 BROS Newsletters
2023 BROS Newsletters