Orchids are one of largest of all plant families. They flourish worldwide, in both hemispheres, blooming from the equator to the poles. The range of their shapes, sizes, and color is tremendous, but orchids all share a very particular flower structure and idiosyncratic reproductive systems. The orchid’s special biological make up makes it dependant on insects for pollination, and on specific fungi for nutrients.

The Story of Orchids

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