Everyone is welcome to an Orchid Day at the Tilligerry Habitat. Small, exquisite and ephemeral, an interest in orchids is richly rewarded with enjoyment of the most incredible variety of blooms.
There are over 28,000 species of orchid on the planet, that is more than twice the number of bird species, so we are really living in a big, bad orchid world, we just don’t know it. The holy grail of orchids around these parts seems to be the wonderful flying duck orchid, caleana major, pictured here.
Where: Tilligerry Habitat
When: Tuesday 30th August
- 10.00am Coffee and registration
- 10.30am Photo display of local orchids
- 11.00am Walk to orchid patches in Tilligerry Habitat and surrounds
- 12.30pm Light lunch
- 1.30pm Protecting local orchids
- 2.30pm Finish
RSVP for catering by Friday 26th August please
Gold coin donation for light lunch
Call 02 4984 5677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org