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Tag Archives: orchid
I hope you are all feeling “in the pink” today like this phalaenopsis. Teri 📷
This Lady’s Slipper orchid just made me think of that song with it’s bright yellow and green colors and the light shining through it.
Really? Why they were named this still amazes me – I mean c’mon! But they are still fascinating orchids nonetheless.
This stem of Oncidium orchids reminds me of choreographed dancers that are all in line one in front of the other and that fan out on cue.
A white Phalenopsis orchid that had recently been given it’s morning shower.
Lady’s slipper orchids (also known as lady slipper orchids or slipper orchids) are orchids in the subfamily Cypripedioideae, which comprises the genera Cypripedium, Mexipedium, Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium and Selenipedium. They are characterised by the slipper-shaped pouches (modified labellums) of the flowers … Continue reading
I mentioned once before that I had been contacted by the Lands and Survey Department of Grand Cayman concerning my blog post that featured a photo of a banana orchid taken at the Queen Elizabeth II Royal Botanic Park when … 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