Darwin orchids

Yesterday we had the privilege of a private viewing at Palmerston Orchids. The proprietors, Denis and Sherryll Fett, kindly agreed to show us around their orchid nursery. Located in their backyard, there were orchids every which way you turned. Some were newly propagated, others were fully grown. One was over twenty years old.  There were thousands of them. Denis apologetically explained that they had suffered quite a lot of damage in the last cyclone earlier this year and were still in the process of cleaning up. Not many were in flower. However, there was enough to provide us a feast for the eyes –

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