The Bee Orchid Ophrys apifera was again present on the grassy edges of ‘Turbine Hall Pond’ on the site of the old power station at Burry Port in July 2011. About a dozen flowers were seen at the north‐west corner and over sixty on the seaward side near the skateboard area. A good population of Marsh Helleborine Epipactis palustris was seen in damp rough ground close to the football pitch near the entrance to Pembrey Country Park, a site where, in the spring, Green‐winged Orchids Anacamptis (Orchis) morio and Cowlips Primula veris thrive in the short‐mown, dune‐derived turf. My neighbour’s tiny front lawn in Burry Port, again had Green‐winged Orchids in 2011 and numbers have increased from two to ten over recent years. What is interesting is that they form a straight line, suggesting spread by underground rhizomes rather than by seed, when a randomly spaced population would be expected.