Learn how to identify and deal with orchid pests and diseases in the final workshop of July’s Orchid Trilogy!

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This class, which is the final class for July’s Orchid Trilogy, covers pests and diseases that harm orchids, from bacterial and fungal rots to insects such as thrips, scale, snails and spider mites. Attendees will learn how to identify the culprits, what products to use to get rid of them, and how to avoid them in the future. After this workshop, you will have the information you need to know to grow the best orchids possible!

Orchid or orchid leaves may be brought in for diagnosis, but must be placed in plastic bags to prevent contaminating other plants.

Part of the Orchid Trilogy led by Sandi Jones of Broward Orchid Supply, which includes Orchid Basics on July 13th and Orchid Re-Potting & Mounting on July 20th. 

Another orchid opportunity! Orchids Around the World on August 20th with orchid expert extraordinaire, Bill Thoms.


Class, Workshop, and Lecture Policies

All classes, workshops, and some special programs require pre-registration. Please plan ahead as walk-ins are not accepted.

Fees cannot be transferred or prorated. Refunds (less a 20% service fee) will be made for cancellations received seven days prior to classes and workshops. No refunds will be given for missed classes.

Classes are not interchangeable. Classes may be cancelled if minimum enrollment is not reached. The Garden reserves the right to cancel a program for any reason. If the program is cancelled by the Garden, the total tuition will be refunded.


Additional information

Registration Type

Members, Non-Members

Event Details

Start date: July 27, 2019

End date: July 27, 2019

Start time: 10:00 a.m.

End time: 01:00 p.m.

Venue: Mounts Auditorium

Directions: The Orchid Trilogy classes will take place in the Mounts Auditorium, located in the Mounts Building in the front parking lot.

Phone: 561-233-1757

Email: info@mounts.org