A talk by Mick Lynn

On Wednesday July 17 at 7.30pm in the Small Village Hall, Wye

The great variety in colour, scent, and form we see in flowers is a direct result of the intimate association of flowers with pollinators.

Flowering plants have co-evolved with their pollinator partners over millions of years producing a fascinating and interesting diversity of floral strategies and pollinator adaptations.

There is even a moth with ‘a foot and a half’ long tongue that pollinates a species of orchids.

Refreshments and Raffle are available after the talk
All are welcome

The talk is open to the public, we charge £5 for this talk, and annual membership is only £15