Mount Baker Orchid Society

Welcome to our Show Page

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When: Dates and Times
  Saturday, March 9, 9AM-5PM
  Sunday, March 10, 9AM-4PM

Where it is, and how to get there:

What's to See and Do

  • Beautiful Orchid Displays
  • Orchids for SALE
  • Potting Service and DIY Clinic
  • Instructions and help growing your orchids at home
  • Membership benefits
  • Full service nursery and on-site cafe
Who's Coming

Societies in Attendance:

  • Mt. Baker Orchid Society (host)
  • Northwest Orchid Society
Commercial Growers and Vendors:
  • Emerald City Orchids
  • Northwest Orchid Society
  • Society Member's Table
All growers and orchid lovers alike are welcome to participate. Here's how.


Skagit Valley Gardens
18923 Johnson Rd. Mount Vernon 98273
(360) 424-6760

Heading North on I-5.

  1. Take Exit #221 (Lake McMurray, WA-534 East towards Conway)
  2. Turn Left on WA-530 (go back over freeway)
  3. Turn Right on Fir Island Rd and immediately
  4. Turn Right on Conway Frontage Rd.
  5. The nursery is about 1 mile north, on the corner of Conway Frontage Rd and W. Johnson Rd
  6. There is one entrance on Johnson Rd, another just north of the intersection.
Going South on I-5.
  1. Take Exit #221, but turn right on WA-530.
  2. Continue as above from Step 3.

downloadable poster

Click the image to download an 8"x11" printable version of our poster

Download 11"x17" poster or handouts (second page)


Follow our Event

Plant Registration closes at 5:00pm on Friday, March 8th
Advance Registration closes at 5:00pm Thursday, March 7th

How to enter your plants in our show

  1. Putting your plants in an Orchid Display:
  2. Submit a Plant Entry form. This can be submitted in a number of ways:
  3. During Show Setup (Friday, March 8th), check in at the registration desk
    • Obtain an Exhibitor Number, and Location id.
    • Make sure that your plant entry form is or has been received.
    • Tags will be printed out, for each plant entered. When you get them, use label holders (cardettes) to put them on the correct plant. This will be used for Ribbon Judging.

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