A highlight of the British Orchid Congress is a Hardy Orchid Day that includes lectures exploring a broad range of relevant topics. Speakers include experts in a number of fields and should provide an enlightening insight into hardy orchids.
The Congress runs from Friday 2nd November to Sunday 4th November and features orchid displays and sales from across Europe as well as a separate public lecture programme, a Science and Conservation Symposium 3rd November, tours of the Writhlington School Orchid Project facilities, refreshments and other activities.
Registrants for the Hardy Orchid Day will have free entry to the British Orchid Congress and Show throughout Sunday 4th November.
Registration for the Science and Conservation Symposium costs £10, Registration for the full three day congress (including the symposium and many other events) costs £35 single and £55 joint. Further details and an online registration forms can be found at www.wsbeorchids.org/bos2018