Here are some instructions for those who have purchased orchids in-vitro from us in Paris. If you have been helped to work in our lab and re-plate your seedlings, they will need about five-six months of growing indoors, away from bright sun (maybe on a book shelf) before de-flasking. If you have seedlings from the sales […]
Another of the interesting species on our display is this unusual little species found in riverine forests in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia from 1300-2350m altitude and so is a coolish growing species adapted for a relatively dry but humid environment. We grow the species in Cool Americas (Min 12C) hanging on a long […]
We have again spent a really great day sharing our work with people from across the world, and teaching them how to grow orchids in-vitro the orchid project way. Here are a few pictures of the team with a Colombian biologist, a Malaysian orchid specialist and two Italian orchid enthusiasts.
Tallis has just sent through this image of the desk in the room she shares with Jess – it is good to see that Orchid Project students are doing their bit to support specialist nurseries although some trade, especially the Tillandsia nursery, are discounting and giving to their new friends from the UK rather than […]
Today we want to bring you some of the highlights of this brilliant show and the Orchid Project team will scour the exhibition centre to find some really interesting plants and stories. There are lots of great displays from all over Europe and this is some of the team from Denmark. They will be hosting […]