Endangered Orchid Saved by Golfers

In Britain, golf courses are maintained somewhat more “ecologically” than the traditional North American chemical wasteland monocultures that are poor excuses for “recreational green spaces”. And by unwittingly sowing native orchids seeds, it seems that their golfers serve a useful purpose while they pointlessly knock a little ball around for several hours every Saturday morning.

Endangered Orchid Saved by Golfers
(with apologies to the men in my family, who are avid golfers)