Here is our plant of Epidendrum parkinsonianum ‘Jess’ that received a cultural commendation at the London Show. As you can see it has magnificent long dark green semi-terete leaves and large white and green moth pollinated flowers. We found this species in the volcanic mountains of Costa Rica where it grows at around 1200m altitude […]
It is the first of April so it is time to vote for the March orchid of the month. All the winners of orchid of the week in march are here for you to choose from. Vote here for your favourite
Regular readers of 365 days will have noticed that Cymbidium species are one of our passions at the Orchid Project. Todays orchid is one of the most admired at the London Show. Cymbidium devonianum is a beautiful smaller growing species with wide leathery leaves and pendulous spikes of densely packed spikes of green and pink flowers. […]
The Wednesday team with their prize winning display L to R Charlotte, Jess, Chloe, Emily, Tallis, Martha and Jacob. Thanks to todays adult team too – Wendy and Katherine.
Todays orchid is one of the prize winners from today. The plant of Leptotes bicolor that we first introduced to the old school greenhouse in 1994 as a seedling mounted on a small piece of cork bark which has steadily grown into a stunning ball of small terete leaves and masses of white and pink […]