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Evan Michio 14m
Timelapsing our kitchen table garden
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CurliKew Creatives UK 8m
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Silver Dory Dec 2
Couple of nice bearded (Calochilus) flowering at around 1200m alt. near Kangaroo Creek, Namadgi NP, ACT. Look like C. platychilus (purple beard orchid) although a little outside the generally listed distribution range & alt. (0-800m) for this sp.
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Silver Dory 9h
Sun (Thelymitra) out in late spring near Square Rock, Namadgi NP (@ 1200m alt). I've had T. megcalyptra & T. alpina ID'd in this area - with other forms included in a wider Thelymitra sp. nuda complex. Lots of plants this yr post fires but maybe less flowering?
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Panayiotis G Dimitrakopoulos Dec 2
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Jordan Metzgar 32m
The cold weather reminds me of Alaska so this features calypso orchid! Aka fairyslipper orchid or Calypso bulbosa, this tiny orchid is found in northern coniferous forests. It uses deceptive pollination--it lures in pollinators but has no nectar!
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Todd W. Dec 2
Blc Wow added to the collection! Two of them!
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Myriam Serrano Dec 2
because we wear Pink on Wednesdays!!
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Flower2Day Nov 26
Circle of Life ‘Trail Blazer’ AM/AOS - this is one of my favorites. I’ve been waiting for it to for a while. The colors are very pleasing. Hopefully it will have more next time.
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Frank Gaude Nov 27
Beautiful Acrolophia lunata in the Outeniqua Mountains close to George, Western Cape. One of the large and showy orchids of South Africa. Probably needs to be seen in habitat to be fully appreciated.
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Yvonne Dunphe Dec 1
Which bloom in the winter? A popular question during this season... here is a listing from Pictured Lc. Cat's Meow ( )
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😷DANABANANA 🍌 😎🏝 🌺 👣 Dec 3
December 3rd of the day: Well, my Cattleya mossiae var. alba is supposed to be a Spring bloomer, but here it is, giving me two flowers today! (The greenish yellow will be brighter yellow in a few days.)
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Freya Snowball Dec 1
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Todd W. Nov 25
Good Morning... I had to have it!!! So, I ordered it from SunCoast Orchids this morning. It's Rby. Haleahi Fossil X C. Natalie Clark X Ctna Sugita Spots.
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Peter Biber Nov 29
Today in my winter garden - Laelia autumnalis.
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Silver Dory Nov 27
Spring are starting to finish up in the mountains behind now but still easily knocked over the CBR '5 (sp.) in 5 (mins)' orchid challenge in Namadgi NP yesterday. 7 x species flowering within 5m at this spot - so actually the '5 in 5 in 5' achieved!
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Astro Jaguar Nov 30
I could definitely fit a few more in there. 😆 I apologize in advance for the crappy video and headlamp shadows. These Poly Tunnels really hold humidity well. If I can keep this at least 50° during a freeze I'm happy.
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Silver Dory Nov 28
Good early signs for the single ACT population of the rare Prasophyllum canaliculatum (channelled leek orchid) with several already out in flower + more in bud. Vulnerable site has been damaged by feral pigs + burned last summer so gr8 2 see these again this yr
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MOLIKEY 117 We are cheering for Hawaii ❤️ Nov 25
Aloha! My Friends. (Twitter Extended Version)🌴🌊🌈💦🌿💕🌺 🌺 Flowers and Plants of HAWAII. Touch the video to see the extended version. 🎧 Sound on 🔊🔊🎶💕 ~😊😉 🎶 Music by Lauren Duski - Poured
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Edinburgh Community Respiratory Team Nov 28
Our CRT orchid is giving the staff a beautiful display for winter!
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