“Native Orchids of New Jersey”
is speaker Rick Radis' subject at tonight's Fyke meeting at Allendale
Borough Hall on Crescent Ave.
Here's a description: “Because of
its surprisingly wide range of habitats and biodiversity, New Jersey
is home to over fifty species of wild orchids, more than most
states in the country.
"Many are small, rare, and hard-to-find, but
some are spectacular, and a few are familiar. All of them tell a
The meeting starts at 8 p.m., the talk
The orchid photo above was taken at
Duke Farms. I don't know if it is native or not, but better than no photo at all. : )
Turns out that above flower is not an orchid -- I knew that for sure by the end of Rick's talk. But as I said, better than no photo at all. (Thansks, Deedee!)