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😷DANABANANA😷🍌 😎🏝 🌺 👣 18h
August 7th of the day: Here is my Bulbophyllum makoyanum x thiurum. The petals are over 4 inches long. I can see it has inherited characteristics of both parents: B. thiurum (long petals) and B. makoyanum (shorter petals). Even a slight curl on ends, from thiurum. 😊
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Alumni Hogwarts 🕉️♉🌱 19h
D. Spathylingue today
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Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society Aug 6
Ecological factors driving success in an that mimics a range of Scaccabarozzi et al. .
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Bayushi K 17h
Second time my little one is flowering this year. I'm super happy. Not killing orchids anymore 😄
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🌴Scott Zona, Ph.D.🌴 12h
👋Plant Twitter, I need your help! I’m researching shingle-leaf climbers, plants that grow with their leaves pressed to the trunk of the supporting tree (like the villosa & hayi, shown here). I want to know, are there any that grow like this?
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The RHS Orchid Committee 20h
Gattonensis (T. majoriana × T. winniana) Registered by Colman in 1919 Windowsill grown and by Dr Peter Sander of
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Tracy Strombotne 15h
Your thoughts on which picture, if any is best to send into my orchid society virtual show? Or should I keep trying? Suggestions welcome.
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Tracy Strombotne 15h
⁩ sometimes I am such a copycat! But I had to have this after I saw yours! And then it magically appeared on my doorstep yesterday!
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Dr Richard Bate Aug 4
3/8/20 Lancs - As I didn't have the time the other day, I returned to the limestone grasslands overlooking Morecambe Bay to see how the Autumn Ladies Tresses (Spiranthes spiralis) were doing further down, at Jack Scout. They're looking glorious, of course
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Michelle Mc Quilliam Aug 6
Dendrochilum decides to flower in 90km winds.
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Challen Willemsen 🌿 Aug 5
Maxillaria densa, a tree-dwelling orchid with small flowers that can form large specimens, is relatively common in montane forests across Guatemala.
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Better-Gro 7h
Any guess as to where Oncidiums got their name? Oncidium comes from the Greek word “onkos,” which means “swelling.” Oncidiums are dominated by their lower lips, which are large, and often have ornate calluses or crests.
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Hābu Gāden Aug 5
Blc. Ports of Paradise 'Emerald Isle' FCC/AOS
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The RHS Orchid Committee 20h
merrillianum ‘Gaytarn’ A relatively new species from N Borneo described by Eric Christenson in 1992 Grown and by John Gay of
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Dr. Neneh Sallah 19h
Good from my and I! Wishing everyone light, good energy and a smooth weekend! This too shall pass!
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Donna Rainey Aug 2
Travelling to Stopped for brief spell along the road and first thing I saw was a bank of Fragrant Quaking grass, Wild carrot, OxEye daisies, Knapweed. What a brilliant roadside verge.
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Dr Richard Bate Aug 3
3/8/20 Lancs - There are some amazing across Europe and the UK but one of my favourites is the Broad-Leaved Helleborine (Epipactis helleborine). They're often overlooked in vegetation but good examples are very handsome - let's hear it for them
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Robert Welsh 19h
A colony of nodding green-hood , flowering now.
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philographikon 7h
New arrival: Stunning, beautiful and magnificent . Rare and exquisite who was was a Viennese artist specialized in flower painting. He was a member of the Viennese Academy of Arts from 1843 to 1851.
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AppalachianTropicals Aug 5
These golden flowers are from a huge reed-stem Epidendrum specimen that is nearly always in bloom, in the nursery.
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