We arrived at the three counties show ground, where we were met with masses of tents and stands! All the plants had survived the long journey, now time to unpack and set up the display.
After recent orchid safaris to the Himalayas and Rwanda it is now time to explore the orchid habitats of England. A really special spot is the Hartslock reserve in Oxfordshire and on Wednesday evening we headed there to find some really rare British native orchids. This site has our nearest population of Monkey Orchids, Lady […]
Here our very own Dendrobium aphyllum is in full flower. After seeing it covering the trees back in Sikkim, it is very exciting and brings back some wonderful memories to us all.
Here’s another amazing orchid we are hoping will still be out for the Three Counties Show. It is Guarianthe skinneri, national flower of Costa Rica and surely one of the most beautiful members of the Cattleya family.
We are starting to get excited about our next big public event, which is the Three Counties Show at Malvern on the 14th, 15th and 16th of June. It should be an amazing event, and we are hoping to have some amazing plants like our big Myrmecophila tibicinis.