As part of our leap forward into the 21st century (new greenhouses, new labs, new website), we’ve started twittering! If you would like to follow us and get all of our up-to-date information, in less than 140 characters, follow @wsbeorchids.
At the end of the day with the seven Gangtok schools – they were asked to complete three sentences based on the day: In one week I will remember… The most interesting thing about today was… Orchids are… Some of the responses given were very good and really helped ice the cake that was the […]
I’m currently in the process of putting together a “Useful links” page, but I might as well start with a useful link to a site full of useful orchid links! OrchidWire (who have recently listed us, so please comment about us on their site!) have loads of links to everything from orchid sellers to the […]
While in the Sikkim Himalayas I conducted a research project into orchid diversity with altitude. The results are due to be published, as well as being on display at the RHS London Orchid Show in 2010. Below is a pre-publishing preview. Investigating orchid populations across the sikkim himalaya This research links orchid migration observed in […]
Tomorrow (Thursday 15th October) is Blog Action Day 2009, where bloggers across the world unite to blog about one issue: Climate Change. This is an issue that affects us all, but particularly the world of plants and orchids. Orchid populations can be used to prove global warming, and climate change can be held responsible for […]