The annual orchid festival is back at Kew and for the first time the theme is Indonesia. As an archipelago of more than 17,504 islands, Indonesia is incredibly biodiverse, with tropical rainforests, active volcanoes and over 4,000 species of orchid and you can get a little taste of this inside the Princess of Wales Conservatory. The different zones of the conservatory represent different aspects of Indonesian wildlife, including animals like orangutans, tigers and rhinos, made of plants as well as an erupting volcano of orchids in the central pond display.

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8th February - 8th March 2020
The Princess of Wales Conservatory, Richmond TW9, UK