Life Lessons from North American Orchids

The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center explains the life lessons offered by North American orchids. If the Queen’s Lady Slipper can take 16 years to bloom, certainly we humans can learn to take our time. When Three Bird Orchids bloom en masse to better attract pollinators, they are exemplifying the importance of teamwork. For all that there is to learn from our native species, it’s important to protect them. Support the fight to save our native plants at the North American Orchid Conservation Center.

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