About Us

The Saskatchewan Orchid Society (SOS) was formed in 1983 as a non-profit organization in Saskatoon, and was the Province’s first orchid society. Its founders were interested in the conservation of orchid species both native and non-native to Saskatchewan. Click here for a copy of the Society constitution

Today, we are approximately 60 members strong! At monthly meetings, orchid enthusiasts exchange cultural tips, show off their blooming plants, and share in this wonderful passion. Click here for more information on membership.

Upcoming Meetings

Meetings are held on the fourth Sunday of the month, with the exception of December, June, July and August. Newcomers and guests welcome!

Time: 1:30 p.m

Location: John Dolan School in Saskatoon, 3144 Arlington Avenue

September 24
Oct 21 (Saturday)
November 19

January 21
February 18
March 18
April 22
May 20

October 21st 2017: Fred Clarke
Our October meeting will feature guest speaker Fred Clarke of Sunset Valley Orchids, known for creating the famous black-coloured intergeneric cross Fredclarkeara After Dark! He will be speaking on the topic of Splashed and Spotted Cattleyas. Information for plant pre-orders can be found here.


Saskatchewan Orchid Society, Box 411, SK, Canada S7K 3L3

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