silverelf, Author at Toh Garden: Singapore Orchid Plant & Flower Grower

Hi all, I am silverelf from Toh Garden, one of the author for our company's web blog as well as the webmaster for this site. I am well receptive and will be glad to receive feedback with regards to web features / design / photography contributions by viewers. If you enjoyed the above entry, feel free to drop me a comment. =)
Chinese New Year 2018

Chinese New Year 2018

Toh Garden wishes all family and friends a Happy Lunar New Year. We will be close from 16 – 17 Feb 2018. Flowers will bloom as usual but business will resume on 18 Feb 2018. 😛 Toh Garden wishes you a most Prosperous and Blessed Lunar New Year. In appreciation of your continued support and […]

Instagram Orchid Photography Competition Winner for 2017

Instagram Orchid Photography Competition Winner for 2017

Our very first Instagram photography competition has been won by Laura and family (Daughter: Fransisca Feby & Son-in-Law: Melvyn Phua). If you have missed participating last year, fret not! The competition is ongoing again this year! Yay!! 🙂 Orchid Photography Competition 2018 To qualify; Capture photos of yourself with our orchids (can be you, family […]

Garden's Day Out (Nov 2017)

Garden’s Day Out (Nov 2017)

We are back at HortPark Garden’s Day Out again this weekend! Do check out our booth at HortPark for Orchids and Tillandsia if you are dropping by HortPark! Orchid flasks are also available! =D

Instagram Orchid Photography Competition

Are you an orchid enthusiast? Do you have a creative eye? Here is a great opportunity to unleash your creativity, share your passion for orchid and win a fabulous prize of $200.00 worth of orchids from us! Toh Garden will be hosting an Instagram Orchid Photography Competition annually. Participate in our Instagram Orchid Photography Competition and […]

Orchids for Chinese New Year 2017

Orchids for Chinese New Year 2017

The Lunar Chinese New Year also known as the spring festival is the most prominent traditional festive event in Chinese culture. Chinese New Year starts with the beginning of the first lunar month. The festival season can last for well over a month in mainland China and in Singapore, the festive mood usually last for more than […]