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  1. Abe Maaijen

    Your opinion? Venus slipper a stack of 36 pictures

    This flower is a cultivated type. It was just standing in the window at mine old mother. I like to here your reactions.
  2. Rui_Santos

    Your opinion? Papilionanthe teres

    Orchid that I have grown for over 20 years.
  3. Desc1234

    Your opinion? Paphiopedilum Leeanum, single shot

  4. Desc1234

    Your opinion? Catt

    leya hybrid
  5. Greg Shchepanek

    Your opinion? Sphinx Ladies’ Tresses

    Getting ready to bloom Sphinx Ladies’ Tresses (Spiranthes incurva) Bill Mason Centre, Dunrobin, Ontario, Canada.
  6. Greg Shchepanek

    Wetland Orchid: Greater Purple Fringed

    On top of a Beaver dam I found the Greater Purple Fringed Orchid (Platanthera grandiflora) Quebec, Canada. Conservation Status: vulnerable (S3?) in Québec, CA (NatureServe). Panasonic DMC-ZS30 • ƒ/3.3 4.3 mm 1/800 100 Flash (off, did not fire)
  7. Greg Shchepanek

    Wetland Orchid: Rose Pogonia

    Amongst the tall grass and along the shoreline of a marsh, the Rose Pogonia Orchid (Pogonia ophioglossoides) Quebec, Canada. Conservation Status: vulnerable (S3) in Québec, CA (NatureServe) Panasonic DMC-ZS30 • ƒ/3.3 4.3 mm 1/500 100 Flash (off, did not fire)
  8. Greg Shchepanek

    Your opinion? Orchids are in Homes and in the Wild: Let's see your Photos

    Sphinx Ladies’ Tresses (Spiranthes incurva) Dunrobin, Ontario, Canada. Canon EOS M100 • EF-M28mm f/3.5 MACRO IS STM • ƒ/5.0 28.0 mm 1/100 100 Flash (off, did not fire)