Orchid Study Group ~ Illustrated talk: ‘The pollination mechanisms of cloud forest orchids’ by Nick Hinton
April 13 @ 11:00 am
Nick Hinton is the horticulturalist and orchid project manager at Leonard Cheshire, a charity that helps disabled people, whatever their level of ability, to live, learn and work as they choose. His particular interest is the orchid flora of the Monteverde Cloud Forest, which he has visited on several occasions.
This talk is open to all and all are welcome
The Orchid Study Group will not charge for attending this talk, but normal admission to the Gardens applies to non-Members of Aberglasney. If you find that you enjoy the Orchid Study Group’s talks and events, then you may wish to become a Group Member at a cost of £20 per year.
Please check that everything is going to plan, especially if you’re making a special or long journey
To avoid any disappointment, the Group recommends that you please check that the talk is going ahead as planned by contacting Lynne Harrendence on the night before the talk – Lynne’s landline is 01269 498002 and mobile is 07967 016157
About the Orchid Study Group
The Group was formed in 2005, is based in west Wales, and welcomes everyone with an interest in orchids. It is an autonomous society, established to promote a better understanding of orchid biology, conservation and cultivation. The Group holds monthly talks at Aberglasney given by botanists, horticulturalists and amateur growers who are experts in their own field. A highlight of Group’s 2019 programme is the Welsh Orchid Festival, to be held at Aberglasney on Saturday 31st August and Sunday 1st September. Find out more about the Group and joining as Member at www.orchidstudygroup.org.uk