A Conversation for Orchids of the British Isles - Twayblades

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Post 1

Todaymueller

Lovely entry that . smiley - biggrin Is there any chance of embeding a link to a photograph of the orchid ? So we can see what they look like . smiley - cheerup


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~:*-Venus-*:~

Hello Todaymueller.
I did'nt edit this entry, it's part of a uni project. It would have been nice to have had links to photos of all the orchids, but i guess it was'nt possible. Anyway, here is a link to a Twayblade just for you. smiley - smiley
<./>http://www.naturephoto-cz.com/common-twayblade:listera-ovata-photo-8800.html - 13k - </.>


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Post 3

Melepomene

I was curious to see Twayblades as we have them growing at the bottom of our garden in the north of Scotland. We also found white Gentians growing in two patches near to us.smiley - magic


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Post 4

Todaymueller

Great thanks for that smiley - magic


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Post 5

~:*-Venus-*:~

Hello Melepomene.
You're lucky to have orchids growing down the end of your garden smiley - magic I too have orchids at the end of my garden, Bee orchids and Common-spotted orchids. They are spreading rapidly and every Spring i have to hunt around in the lawn for new ones, before i do the first mowing of the season. smiley - smiley


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