December Holiday Social rescheduled for 12/16/18
Well everyone, as I write this month's newsletter to you with great anticipation of this looming winter snowstorm, all I can say is I am sorry. This is our 2nd year in a row whereas we've had to cancel and postpone/reschedule our annual holiday social.
Happy fall everyone! Fall arrived, even though our foliage isn't quite as spectacular as we are accustomed to having here in WNC. Seems like in just a few short days many of our leaves have come down.
Well, last month I thought I had mentioned my observation of fall arriving early. Now it seems like we can't shake off the summer heat, and our leaves aren't yet showing much color. I am ready for the fall season, and I hope you all are too. We are so fortunate to live in such a beautiful part of the country, hopefully we will still have a gorgeous fall leaf season.
Is it just me, or does it seem like our fall season has arrived early this year? My orchids are showing signs of fall, which means reduced growth, some older leaves beginning to yellow and drop, and a major lull in all these great summer spikes and buds that have been coming along.
Greetings everyone, I hope you're all doing well and trying your best to stay afloat. What a wet and cool summer it has been so far, maybe August has something drier in store for us.
Summer is in full swing, and I hope you all had a wonderful 4th of July holiday! I celebrated in strong fashion with my family and had an excellent day, always one of my most favorite days of the year.
Well gang, it's finally June and although we've all been feeling soggy, the sun is out today and summer is about here. Schools are about to release all the kids for the year, folks are starting to travel and our orchids are all sucking up all this heat and humidity.
Howdy folks, it’s March Madness time! No, I am not talking about basketball either, I’m talking about all the orchid madness. We are two weeks away from installation of our 20th annual , 2018 Asheville Orchid Festival ‘Awesome Orchid Collections’.