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Seven-year-old Dhanduru is an orchid fan and the purple cattleya is his favourite. Photo Eve Jeffery
Seven-year-old Dhanduru is an orchid fan and the purple cattleya is his favourite. Photo Eve Jeffery

Orchids are a flower that myths are made of and their beautiful blooms are always a joy to see.
With more than 20,000 species and more than 100 orchid shows in NSW each year alone, the Byron Orchid Society receive entries of these unique flowers at the Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club between 3 and 5pm this Thursday for judging that night.

Everyone is welcome to enter an orchid in the show.

The show is open from 10am on Friday and Saturday. For more details phone 6680 1600. Entry to the show is still only $1.


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