Thank you to all the brilliant Saturday team. I have been overwhelmed with visitors telling me how wonderful our students are. I would like to thank the parents too – without their help we wouldn’t be able to achieve all that we do.
Dendrobium delicatum – this plant started at the school as a donation in 1991
Coelogyne nitida – this is the limoniana for with a lemon yellow lip rather than the usual orange yellow
Coelogyne cristata – These plants are all different from the ones that went to Paris and make a fantastic show through the centre of our display
Dendrobium nobole at the top of our tall tree – looking just as it does in Sikkim
Ochlioda noezliana – a hummingbird pollinated species, hence the bright colour
Cymbidium devonianum – a shade loving cool species from the Himalayas
Trichoglottis pusilla – a stunning miniature from Java
Porroglossum meridionale – another lovely miniature
Cattleya trianae alba with large fragrant flowers – the nation flower of Colombia
Vanda tricolour var suarvis – a very fragrant large growing species from Java
Prothechea cochleata is a species we have seen growing in lowland forests in Guatemala and Belize
Leptotes bicolor from Brazil
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Saturday at the show is in full swing – the first to arrive this morning we’re Ed, Amalia and Naiya
Friday’s team (shown above) are back at home and Saturday’s team are on their way. We will give you a tour of the display later.