at a member's residence
in Brunswick Heads
2 - 4 pm.
For more information?
Phone; PENNY on (02) 66 801600
Coming event; ...
First meeting of year, In house Flower show Great raffle Prizes.
If u have a plant u want to know something about? bring it along
Did you know ...?
The swollen roots of native European orchids were used in ancient and medieval times as
Orchid flowers have three sepals, which form the outside of the bud before the flower opens, two
petals and a third modified petal called a “lip”. Other familiar plants that have this 3/3 structure are
lilies and irises. Orchid flowers have their male and female reproductive parts (anther and stigma)
fused into a single structure called the “column”. The column is unique in the plant kingdom and is
the identification characteristic delineating the orchid family.