Accordingly, tens of thousands of wild orchids have been sent there by orchid lovers across the country to be grafted onto the trees in the courtyard of Dak Lak Provincial Museum and Bao Dai Summer Palace.
The courtyard of Dak Lak Provincial Museum and Bao Dai Summer Palace has an area of more than 6 hectares, considered a biodiversity area in the center of Buon Ma Thuot City with many rare species of trees. It is a suitable place to transplant orchids, thereby contributing to preserving and conserving rare orchid varieties in nature, as well as helping visitors to have the opportunity to admire the unique beauty of the Central Highlands. It is also the only place in the city that preserves many old-growth trees and hundred-year-old trees.
Mr. Phan Xuan Thuy, Chairman of the Vietnam Association for the Conservation of Wild Orchids, said that this was a practical activity in response to the theme of the 2022 International Day of Biodiversity – Building a shared future for all life. The activity will adorn the space of Dak Lak Provincial Museum and Bao Dai Summer Palace, an architectural work associated with major historical events in the province.
According to Mr. Thuy, from now until the end of the year, the program will be organized 2-3 more times, with the goal of planting wild orchids on all trees throughout the city.
By Mai Cuong – Translated by Bao Nghi
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