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Horticulture How-To | Orchid Repotting

Orchids need to be repotted every few years to thrive and produce delicate blooms.

Horticulturist Drew Asbury demonstrates how to repot the most common types of orchids, including Phalaenopsis, Cattleyas, and Oncidiums. Learn to help your plants' leaves and root systems, identify the proper potting media, and ask the expert your questions.

CONNECTING WITH ZOOM

This virtual class is presented live via Zoom. The workshop begins at 1:30 p.m. and an online "waiting room" opens at 12:30 p.m. Participants are encouraged to join with video; questions can be submitted via the chat feature. Please note that this workshop will be recorded.

Registered participants will be emailed a link to join this Zoom program. To get started, please download Zoom on your chosen device and explore the Frequently Asked Questions

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Drew Asbury (he/him) is Hillwood’s horticulturist and volunteer manager. He joined Hillwood in 2012 and is responsible for the greenhouses, the cutting garden, and the horticulture volunteer program. Drew has worked professionally in the horticulture industry for nearly twenty years in a variety of positions including garden center sales, greenhouse growing, and landscape management and design. Drew graduated from the Longwood Gardens professional gardener training program in 2006 and completed a Master's degree in sustainable landscape design from The George Washington University in 2020.

Orchid Month

Orchid Month
Monday, March 1, 2021 (All day) to Wednesday, March 31, 2021 (All day)
  • Orchid display at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
    Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens, photographed by Erik Kvalsvik