Gardeners are often nervous about taking on the care of orchids. No need – we are here to help!
They produce a distinct pink flower head that often appears without the leaf present that is bent over at the top, leading to a couple of its common names ‘nodding top orchid’ or ‘shepherds crook orchid.’
At this time, we don’t have any for sale, we just cross our fingers it will successfully seed on year and we can start to pop some for sale.
All are Australian large Orchids in SEQ are becoming, or are already listed as endangered, this is due to illegal collecting (a HUGE problem), grazing, and development of their natural habitat.
If you have a spot on your property that could be perfect for these orchids, please get in touch.
We want as many of these stunning plants returned to wild places/gullies and fields where they belong.
Click here for more specifics on how to grow and keep these beauties happy and healthy in your garden.
Large Terrestrial Orchids at Gympie Landcare