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Vittaria elongata

Vittaria elongata

Masdevallia bangii

Masdevallia bangii

Doritis pulcherrima

Doritis pulcherrima

The Ecological Habitat of Cattleyas

The Ecological Habitat of Cattleyas

Arbol criollo de sombra del cafe lleno de Cattleya mossiae (especies endémica y flor nacional de Venezuela) floreciendo in situ, piedemonte de los Andes, estado Trujillo, Venezuela

Arbol criollo de sombra del cafe lleno de Cattleya mossiae (especies endémica y flor nacional de Venezuela) floreciendo in situ, piedemonte de los Andes, estado Trujillo, Venezuela

https://flic.kr/p/5KsWxy | Laelia purpurata on pine tree | Taken with my iPhone.  These orchids have gotten so large they have completely grown together and created a huge mass.  They say orchids do not like to grow on pine trees for whatever reason but these are clearly very happy.  They are hand watered about three times a week.

https://flic.kr/p/5KsWxy | Laelia purpurata on pine tree | Taken with my iPhone. These orchids have gotten so large they have completely grown together and created a huge mass. They say orchids do not like to grow on pine trees for whatever reason but these are clearly very happy. They are hand watered about three times a week.

Warmingia eugenii - Google pretraživanje

Warmingia eugenii - Google pretraživanje

Dendrobium speciosum

Dendrobium speciosum

orchids growing on rocks - Google Search

orchids growing on rocks - Google Search

I was fortunate enough last weekend to visit the strange Ghost orchid at the Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary near Naples, FL.  To view the ghost orchid one had to squint through a scope. The orchid was perched in its roost, 300 feet from the boardwalk, high in the sky in an unsuspecting 600 year old cypress tree. I couldn’t believe my eyes; the orchid really existed!

I was fortunate enough last weekend to visit the strange Ghost orchid at the Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary near Naples, FL. To view the ghost orchid one had to squint through a scope. The orchid was perched in its roost, 300 feet from the boardwalk, high in the sky in an unsuspecting 600 year old cypress tree. I couldn’t believe my eyes; the orchid really existed!

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