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Yellow, purple and rusty red

Yellow, purple and rusty red

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awesome Conservation of biodiversity - Namibia a world leader - Travel News Namibia

Conservation of biodiversity - Namibia a world leader - Travel News Namibia

Tromotriche pedunculata Photo: Coleen Mannheimer - this would make a wonderful design on glass.

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Photo - Google Photos

Fragrant phalaenopsis in September 2016.

Fragrant phalaenopsis in September

Hermanas en el 2014

Hermanas en el 2014

Landscaping, Iris, Orchids, Gardening, Flowers, Irise, Blossoms, Irises, Yard Landscaping

"Phalaenopsis type Dendrobium Burana Blue Sapphire... have long-lasting flowers that come out from tall, skinny bulbs. This is often seen as an edible garnish, and is also the most common type of cut-flower orchid... come in all types of colors, from green to purple to blue and white to pink. These like to grow bright, warm-to-hot... They want to dry out more quickly between waterings." So water more frequently but don't let them sit in water or get soggy.

6 easiest orchids to grow, with longwood's greg griffis

RIGHT ABOUT NOW, countless orchid plants in homes everywhere—plants perhaps gifted to their owners, or others we bought for ourselves [read more…]

Ten of Britain's rarest wild flowers: Green-winged orchid Anacamptis morio The best time to see green-winged orchids is at first light on a clear morning when every buttercup and every grass blade is glassy with dew, and spider’s webs are highlighted and haloed around the orchids. Marden Meadow in Kent is one of the best green-winged orchid sites in Britain. The field is turned magenta for most of May and into early June, so vivid that you might notice it as you whistle past on the London…

Ten of Britain's rarest wild flowers – in pictures

Marden Meadow in Kent is one of the best sites in the UK to see these in May and early June. The stripes on its hood give it the alternative name of green-veined orchid.

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