A benefit for the
BCC Foundation       


View photos from the 2014 show
A weekend featuring orchids, succulents, bromeliads, bonsai and other tropicals October 25-26, 2014.
  • STROLL through 15 stunning tropical plant and art exhibits.  Vote for the People's Choice Award.
  • SHOP with the region's leading growers and vendors selling plants, accessories, supplies and artwork.
  • LEARN from local experts in a number of educational talks and workshops throughout the weekend.

10AM-4PM Saturday and Sunday                  Admission:  $5            Children 5 and under FREE


See the Rural intelligence review of the preview here
join us for the preview Party October 24, 5-7 PM
Enjoy hearty hors'doeuvres prepared by Ye Olde Forge Restaurant, specialty treats from Chocolate Springs Cafe, accompanied by wine and craft beers selected by Kelly's Package Store.  
A live auction will offer a choice few unique items and experiences.  Bid in a silent auction featuring the Berkshires' best dining, cultural and recreational experiences.
Take advantage of early vendor sales.
Party tickets start at just $35 and include re-entry all weekend for the workshops, show and sale.
         Olde Forge       Chocolate Springs            Kellys Package Store                       



Berkshire community college, 1350 west street, Pittsfield MA  01201

Plenty of FREE parking!   

Click here for directions.

Email the BCC Foundation or call 413-236-2185 for more information       


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2014 Vendors & Exhibitors

(This list will continue to be updated ~ please check back for more vendors & exhibitors)

A&P Orchids

Amherst Orchid Society

Black Jungle Terrarium Supply

Bonsai Berkshire

Cheshire Glassworks

Daffodils & More

Empty Nest

Larry Goldberg, Photographer

Ralph Hoffmann Environmental Center and Greenhouse

Brian Kelley, Bonsai

Lauray of Salisbury

Jeanine Loya, Cacti and Succulents

Nature Transfigured

Alice Niles

One World Conservation Center

Phyllis Pryzby

All Exhibits will be ribbon- judged on Friday afternoon by BCC Faculty and students, led by an expert judge. 

Workshops, talks and demonstrations

Learn how to create a dish garden or terrarium, begin a bonsai, grow bromeliads, or propagate begonias.  Hear from local experts on native orchid species.  Click here for the full weekend schedule.

All FREE with paid admission unless noted.  Seating is first come- first served.

 Black Jungle Terrarium Supply wants to send a big THANK YOU to all the folks who worked so hard on the First Annual Orchid and Tropical Show.  We had a great time participating and we hope we inspired others to want to build their own orchid chamber or dart frog vivarium.  Everyone was very nice... from the customers to the volunteers to those who worked behind the scenes.  We hope to be invited back and look forward to making this an even better event year after year!

Mike and Richard, Black Jungle Terrarium Supply, 2012

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