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Milton O. Carpenter

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American Orchid Society

HQ Phone:  (305) 740-2010

Email: m***@***.org

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American Orchid Society

10901 Old Cutler Road

Miami, Florida,33156

United States

Company Description

The American Orchid Society promotes and supports the appreciation of orchids through education, conservation, and research initiatives to improve the outlook for orchids around the globe. ...more

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News Archive

orchidssc.org [cached]

In the words of AOS Past President Milton Carpenter, Leo was "truly the 'Gentle Giant' of the Orchid World!


How To Kill Your Orchid

www.orchidsocietyofthepalmbeaches.org [cached]

By Milton O. Carpenter
Milton Carpenter A special thank you to Milton O. Carpenter for allowing us to use his article. Milton is a past President of the OSPB, AOS and Accredited AOS Judge....Thank you, Milton!!!


Everglades Orchids | 561.996.3207

www.evergladesorchids.com [cached]

Milton Carpenter, one of the world's greatest orchid hybridists and former president of the American Orchid Society, recounts how God has shaped his life through his amazing adventures and discoveries while searching the globe for God's glorious Cymbidiums and Oncidiums.
Read about these adventures in Milton Carpenter's new book! Milton Carpenter was the guest speaker to a group of ladies and gentlemen "seniors" at the First Baptist Church in Clewiston. He told a few stories of some of his and Nancy's trips around the world and the making of his autobiography From the Hands of God to the Miracle of Orchids. Milton Carpenter Family Music by Milton Carpenter


CNYOS Links

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Everglades Orchids: Warmth tolerant Oncidium Intergenerics and Cymbidiums hybridized by Milton Carpenter, past President of the American Orchid Society


Newsletter

sdorchids.com [cached]

Milton Carpenter's Visit -
Last month, Milton Carpenter Executive Vice President of the American Orchid Society was our speaker. Milton Carpenter, our guest speaker, turned out to be quite the entertainer. Apparently, not only is he able to conduct himself with the duties of the Executive Vice President for the American Orchid Society, he also remains straightforward at the grass roots level. Maybe it's a carryover from his past life as an insurance salesman or maybe it was just some of his down to earth country upbringing coming through. He said both he and Mel Tellis were born and raised in Pahoki, Fl. Pahoki doesn't even show up in the CD reference library because it's a city of less than 25,000 population! His presentation first stared out with something about himself and how he ended up as an AOS judge for the last 20 years. He claims to be just another involved orchid hobbyist who had to move from one home to another because he needed more room for his orchids. The present home has enough property to include 8,000 square feet of greenhouses. This is what he referred to as the house the orchids built. They may not have the same exact articles Milton showed and spoke about but they would surely be available to provide advice on similar heat tolerant Oncidiinae that would do well in our area. Partaking of his AOS duties, Milton also gave us a very warm "Thank You" for our donation to the AOS building fund. He showed several perspective drawings of proposals for the new headquarters building. He said emphasis was being placed on providing a suitable facility that will be of value to all the AOS membership.


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