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M Jul 16
Cattleya x dayana A primary hybrid of Cattleya forbesii x guttata.
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Heather Kelly Jul 14
Just a selection of the six species of at Raisby Hill Grassland this week early for - Dark-red helleborine, Bee orchid, Mash-fragrant orchid and Pyramidal orchid
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CC Orchids Jul 12
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loopguru Jul 13
Beautiful pyramidal orchids near car park at Wetlands Centre
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Chris Jul 17
Paph Toni Semple (flavum) I just have to post this again! Turned out to be such a fantastic plant and flower.
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Plants People Planet 🌱👥🌐 Jul 17
For centuries, have captured the imagination like no other plants. Some of the most obscure and enigmatic belong to the Rhizanthella genus. et al. introduce the only plant that flowers underground 👇
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Chris Jul 12
Phrag besseae first time bloomer for me, I normaly kill this species so very happy. Seems to have a good flower shape and colour.
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Kev T. 9h
Catasetum Federick After Dark 'SVO Black Pearl'.
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Anne Camozzi Jul 13
🌿This painting was commissioned for a special some time ago🌿It’s also been used in an international calendar🌿Tonight I dedicate to one of my followers celebrating her 28th🌿Happy Anniversary for you🌿
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Nathan Thomas 12h
Heard talk about his fascinating work with , then turned the corner and saw this (I think?) orchid-related street art ():
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Kay Jul 16
1st time it’s blooming yeayy
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Valerie Lynn 13h
Well, it's cracking. Look at the splits! Any day now. I hope. It's time to move on, really! Stanhopea tigrinis.
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Briley_the_Lead Jul 17
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Kev T. Jul 16
Cascading Cymbidium. Lost Tag x Ihavntaclue.
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Deborah Lambkin 15h
According to David Mclaughlin from the orchid greenhouse there wasn’t much in flower!
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Judy Ford 14h
Orchid - I think a common spotted orchid, but possibly a heath spotted orchid. would anyone with more experience and knowledge like to hazard an opinion?
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Blooms Today 20h
We are loving these color combinations of burgundy, yellow and orange. Summer, with a hint of the change of season ahead.
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Ladycross Plantation Jul 15
Glad to see we still ha e our
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Kane Ecology Ltd 19h
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Valerie Lynn Jul 17
Here's what's happening today with the Stanhopea tigrina.
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