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You may be wondering what does Willy Wonka have to do with orchids? He’d love these because they smell amazingly like milk chocolate! Every year these deliciously fragrant orchids make their home in the same area of the Franklin Park … Continue reading
The takin, also called cattle chamois or gnu goat, is a goat-antelope found in the eastern Himalayas. The four subspecies are: B. t. taxicolor, the Mishmi takin; B. t. bedfordi, the Shaanxi takin or golden takin; B. t. Wikipedia Whatever … Continue reading
Today is the last day of my orchid series and in reality I believe the show ends today here as well. Stay tuned for a new series…as soon as I figure out what it will be. Have a great weekend … Continue reading
Beallara Marfitch – Howard’s Dream.
But it is the shape of an anthurium plant; commonly known as tail flower, flamingo flower and lace leaf. It’s a very pretty plant but it is also poisonous with sap that is irritating to the eyes and skin. … Continue reading
At least I think they are in the oncidium genus of orchids. If someone knows their names please leave it in a comment; I forgot to take notice of their name tags at the orchid show. All I know for … Continue reading
Cypripedium or Lady Slipper orchids are some of the most exotic and showiest of orchids. In my opinion, some of them look like they have little faces…or little aliens piloting their space ships.
Even though the conservatory has an annual orchid show, this orchid association had orchids that I had never seen before. That is always a good thing. Today I’m featuring a few of the pink and yellow varieties. I have no … Continue reading