Orchideria on social media
I started this website as a place where I could share my tips on orchid care, but never expected it to grow this much. I want to appreciate the following people who took the time to read my articles and give me credit for them. I sincerely appreciate it with all my heart.
by Anuj AgarwalI received an email from Anj Agarwal saying, “I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog Orchideria has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 10 Orchid Blogs on the web.
I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 10 Orchid Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!”
I couldn’t have been more pleased, and I am still in shock! I encourage you to go check out his content, since I am all in favor of expanding your knowledge of orchid care.
Orchid Society of Greater Kansas City, OSGKC
I received an email from the president, Jean Rogers, asking permission to reprint my article in the December 2020 newsletter, about the Sphag-n-bag method. I was so honored that I became a member. 🙂 I can’t reprint that newsletter, but you can check out their website.
If you aren’t a member of an orchid society, I would highly recommend it. It’s a great way to learn about different orchids and discover new friends.
Bulawayo Orchid Society, Zimbabwe
I received an email from Collen Bateman, asking to reprint part of the newsletter I sent out. By the way, if you haven’t signed up yet, please do so here: https://orchideria.com/free-fertilization-guide/
Come to find out, we had a lot in common. The newsletter came out September 2021, where she said, “I would like to share that my notes for the newsletter are from Amanda Matthews from Orchideria.com.
“A few months back I asked to be included in her mailing list and she sent me my first email to which I responded and introduced myself and told her that I was from Zimbabwe.
“Lo and behold, I got a lovely reply where she told me she is an ex Zimbabwean living abroad and has such lovely fond memories of Zimbabwe. When I received her newsletter earlier this week I contacted her to ask her permission to copy parts of her newsletter and she happily agreed.”