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A Box of Orchids 100 Beautiful Postcards

100 post cards with colour photos
Manufacturer: The Ivy Press
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One of every seven flowering plants on earth is an orchid. Some are stunningly over the top; others almost inconspicuous. The Orchidaceae is the second most widely geographically distributed family, after the grasses, yet remains one of the least understood. A Box of Orchids will satisfy the most ardent green-fingered enthusiast, offering you 100 postcards of the most vivid and appealing examples of a colourful and characterful family. Flip through the pack, then choose the most awesome to send or display.

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100 post cards with colour photos
Manufacturer: The Ivy Press
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