Orchids, orchids everywhere. They used to be
grown only by the privileged class who had conservatories—and gardeners—on their
estates. But with at least 28,000 species and well over 300,000 registered
cultivars, Orchidaceae comprises the largest family of flowering plants in the
world, and more varieties are being developed all the time. Today, you can pick
one up at the corner grocery or your home improvement store for less than $10
any day of the week.
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