The Rare Plant & Orchid Festival

Event by Motes Orchids

Friday, October 20, 2023
Sunday, October 22, 2023
3 days
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Fruit and Spice Park
24801 SW 187th Ave
Homestead, FL
United States

The Rare Plant & Orchid Festival offers attendees the opportunity to enjoy and shop for a wide selection of rare and affordable plants in a relaxing open-air environment. It’s rare to avoid taking one or two home! Join us and see what the buzz is all about.

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Vendors Attending

(Partial List)

Accent Orchids

Saint Petersburg, Florida

Ching Hua Orchids

Tainan City, Taiwan
Specialties: Cattleya, Dendrobium, and Phalaenopsis.

Far East Agriculture

Sri Kembangan, Malaysia

Florida SunCoast Orchids

Myakka City, FL
We specialize in growing Cattleya and Encyclia hybrids and we also grow a large number of Cymbidi...

Jim-N-I Orchids

United States


Apopka, FL

Lots of Orchids

Naples, FL
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Motes Orchids

Redland, FL
Specialties: Vandaceous hybrids.

Orquideas del Valle

Cali, Colombia
Orquideas del Valle has been providing select Colombian orchids to the world orchid community for...

Popow Orchids

Wolfsburg, Germany
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