Orchid Group of orchid lovers Tygerberg Orchid Group (TOG) was established in 1985. We are an Orchid Society active in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town Metropole area, in the Western Cape, in South Africa.
The group aims to promote the interest and participation in propagation, culture and hybridization of all orchid genera, thereby elevating the standard and quality of the plants. We promote these ideals in the Tygerberg, Northern Suburbs area, in the Western Cape, by recruiting members, from any walk of life, who are interested in cultivating and growing orchids. We share the knowledge we have abo
Operating as usual
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Photos from Darling Orchids's post
Our meeting today. It was great to see some of our members again after covid.
Disa Uniflora, the red Disa or pride of Table Mountain, is a South African species of orchid in the family Orchidaceae. It produces flowers in shades of red, pink and occasionally yellow during summer.
The Red Disa is currently flowering at Groot Winterhoek. Visitors to both Protea and Disa Pools can enjoy the beauty of these flowers. 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺
Reminder: 1st Meeting for 2022
Date: 19 Feb 2022
Venue: At Abraham & Carine's home - Stasie Street, Proteaheights, Brackenfell
Hope to see you all at our first meeting.
Visitors are most welcome to join us. (There will be orchids on sale at good prices)
There will be tea and coffee and a walk through Abraham's hot house and shadehouse.
Remember to bring your flowering orchids for our plant table as Well as your orchids you want to sell.
Members please bring any suggestions you have for our meeting for 2022.
Dm or phone for more info on the address.
Photos from Witzenberg Adventures's post
Beautiful orchds from Lionel a member. Well done Lionel.
From one of our members Christo well done beautiful
The elegant pink blooms of the moor Disa (𝘋𝘪𝘴𝘢 𝘴𝘤𝘶𝘭𝘭𝘺𝘪) can be found in localised areas in wetlands and seepages in grassland vegetation in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. This beautiful orchid flowers from December through to January. The blooms are pollinated by long-tongued flies.
Subpopulations of the moor Disa have significantly decreased due to wetland disturbance, overgrazing and trampling by cattle as well as forestry plantation expansion. It is listed as on the . Photo: Brendan Cole/iNaturalist.
From a member and judge, Chris. Well grown and flowering nicely.
A lovely Catt. from our President.
Just want to say thank you to all our members for their loyalty to TOG during covid its been a hard two years for all of us. A special blessing to all our followers and people who like our page.
Merry Christmas to you all and your families. Blessing from TOG
Common name Xmas Orchid. One of Friks orchids beautiful and well grown.
A few more from lionel Stunning orchids.
Stunning Lionel. A show on its own. Well done Lionel. One of our members at TOG.
Lovely orchids from Johan a member.
Sobralia macrantha beautiful and nicely grown orchid from Carla a member of TOG
One of our members Congrats beautiful Nulda well done
TOG's year end function for 2021.
Stunning orchids from Lionel a member. Well done Lionel.
For this we take a closer look at the blue bonnet Disa (𝘋𝘪𝘴𝘢 𝘭𝘶𝘨𝘦𝘯𝘴 var. 𝘭𝘶𝘨𝘦𝘯𝘴), one of the most spectacular members of the genus. This stunning orchid is relatively widespread, distributed from the Cape Flats (where it is almost extinct) eastwards to Cathcart and Somerset East in the Eastern Cape. However, numbers are declining, mainly due to coastal housing development.
The blue bonnet Disa often grows within clumps of Restios and blooms in mature veld from October through to January. It's thought that they are pollinated by large bees or fruit chafer beetles but that most of the pollinators that would have visited these orchids in the southwestern Cape Floristic Region are now extinct. The blue bonnet Disa is listed as on the . Photo by ‘linkie’/iNaturalist.
A lovely Prag. A member looking good Roy.
One of our members orchid, Nulda. Very nice.
Cynorkis angustipetala is an orchid species in the genus Cynorkis found in Madagascar.
Stunning pic's Thanks to Marjolijn Malan from fb.
TOG Member's should know this orchid.
Disa lugens Disa find which changed my life. So special. We have one problem last year some rodent dug them up while in full bloom. What can we do because those are lost forever. We put a fence around the area to protect them from cattle and game destruction but please help 😢Thankful there are still some left
Lovely orchid from Abraham.
A beautiful display from Abrahams.
Stunning display of orchid by one of our member's, Lionel.
Beautiful variation in colour in this Bartholina etheliae colony. All thanks to Marcel Terblanche.
A very nice orchid from one of our member's. Frik
Stunning Paph. from one of our longest standing member. Roy and Erica Swarts.
Some orchids from Abraham President of TOG.
A lovely Sarcochilus hartmannii x Self
Sheila and Bee Smith
Members and former President of TOG also a birthday girl yesterday. Well grown Sheila and happy birthday for yesterday from all of us, blessings for the year ahead.
Aerangis articulata is a species of epiphytic orchid. It is native to Madagascar and the Comoro Islands.
From Greg a member.
A bery beautiful orchid. Jackflowlieara Cape Orange
From Nicela one of our member's.
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