The Orchid Review

June 2015

In this issue Susanne Masters outlines the species of Bhutanese orchids and their various socio-economic uses in Bhutan, many being used for food and some in traditional medicine. Also, Philllip Cribb, Andre Schuiteman and Terry Want discuss the spectacular, large-flowered, dwarf Cymbidium wenshanense from southwest China.


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Sarah Forsyth

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