The Orchid Review

March 2017

In this issue Clare and Johan Herman celebrate 125 years of The Orchid Review, the oldest existing orchid periodical, in a new four-part series. Part one looks at how the journal was formed by Robert Wolfe, editor from 1893 to 1921. Also, Peter Sanders talks about the wild orchids of Kent, and David Menzies looks at Glasgow’s National Plant Collection of Dendrobium.

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Sarah Forsyth

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