Orchid Daze

February 2020: Warm your winter and bring on spring in the beauty and fragrance of Orchid Daze.

Explore the world of America’s favorite plant with the Garden’s annual Orchid Daze exhibition – celebrating thousands of beautiful blossoms every winter from February through April. Step inside the tropical warmth of the largest orchid center in the United States for a special exhibition of thousands of gorgeous orchids.

Orchid Market Weekends

Discover a wide variety of gorgeous live orchids from local growers, potting supplies, orchid art, floral jewelry and more for sale during the annual Orchid Market Weekends, located in the Fuqua Orchid Center. Free with Garden Admission on select weekends during Orchid Daze.

Orchid Care Clinics

Join members of the Fuqua Orchid Center staff for expert orchid advice at the Orchid Care Clinics, located in the Orchid Atrium during Orchid Market Weekends. Drop in anytime between 10 a.m. and noon, select Saturdays during Orchid Daze, with your questions and a maximum of two orchid plants for guidance on how to care for your temperamental treasures.

Fuqua Orchid Center

Explore the largest collection of species orchids on permanent display in the United States. These gardens under glass represent two climate environments, offering more than 200 genera and 2,000 species of orchids, the largest and most diverse plant family in the world.
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Tropical High Elevation House

Experience vibrant plants in the the cool of the Fuqua Orchid Center’s Tropical High Elevation House, which features orchids, pitcher plants, tropical blueberries and more that grow in the tropics between 4,000 and 10,000 feet above sea level.
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The Orchid Center Blog

The Fuqua Orchid Center showcases the Garden’s renowned collection of orchids in 16,000 sq. ft. of indoor landscapes and seasonal displays. Go behind the scenes with The Orchid Column.

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Repotting Your Orchid

Learn from the best as the Garden’s Orchid Curator explains how to repot your orchid at home.

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