Angelic has been growing orchids for about 20 years, and started her company, Orchid Design, in 1999. She works on orchid growing, orchid arrangement, graphic design, and web design. Recently she has also been concentrating on photography and has taken thousands of orchid pictures for promoting orchid shows.
Orchids she grows include Cattleyas, Phalanopsis, Laelias, Dendrobiums, Oncidiums, Paphs, Phrags, Lycastes, Bulbophylums, Vandas; hybrids and species. She also has several Cymbidiums rare standard, pendulous and peloric, and has done some hybridizing of Cymbidiums, Laelias, and Cattleyas. She has received numerous awards for her flowers in orchid shows. In the meantime, she enjoys finding different orchids blooming in her garden every day.
Angelic was Art Director for the Cymbidium Society of America Journal in 2006, and served as the newsletter editor for the San Francisco Orchid Society for about ten years. She has been involved in many activities to support orchid societies with design and printing for postcards, brochures and flyers, and has also served as President, show chair, and as a board member of several Bay Area orchid societies. She is currently the show chair for the SFOS’s summer show, “Orchids in the Park”.
Orchid Design has been participating in the Pacific Orchid Exposition, the Santa Barbara International Orchid Show, the San Diego International Orchid Show, the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show, and many other shows for the past decade.
She has also been giving orchid presentations and skill sessions for orchid and garden societies, using her experience and large selection of her photographs. She has spoken on a variety of orchid topics, including the 19th World Orchid Conference, Fragrant Orchids, Unusual Cymbidiums, Pendulous Cymbidiums, “Cattleya, the Queen of Flowers”, Laelia Species, and “The fascinating Orchids of Vietnam”.
Angelic will supply some of the plant table. There will be a wide variety of orchids.
MOS bought some Cymbidiums from Doug Pulley. Many were sold during the MOS Show and POGE Show. The remaining Cymbidiums will be used to supplement the plant table. Thank you Bill for hauling the Cymbidiums to the shows and taking care of (babysitting) them for us.