FUCK YEAH, ORCHID SPECIES!


PHOTO
12:58 am
May 16, 2012
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Cymbidium tracyanum, native to China, Thailand and Myanmar, where it can be found growing as an epiphyte or lithophyte from 1200 to 1900 meters in elevation. Photograph by Eric Hunt.

Cymbidium tracyanum, native to China, Thailand and Myanmar, where it can be found growing as an epiphyte or lithophyte from 1200 to 1900 meters in elevation. Photograph by Eric Hunt.


Source: Flickr / ericinsf
Tags: Cymbidium Orchidaceae orchids China thailand Myanmar


PHOTO
5:34 pm
February 28, 2012
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Pleione formosana, native to southeast China and Taiwan. Grown and photographed by Norbert Dank.

Pleione formosana, native to southeast China and Taiwan. Grown and photographed by Norbert Dank.


Source: Flickr / nurelias
Tags: Pleione Orchidaceae orchids China Taiwan


PHOTOSET
4:51 pm
January 10, 2012
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Paphiopedilum helenae, native to north Vietnam and southern China where it can be found on limestone cliff faces in mixed and coniferous forests. It should be noted that this is the smallest species of the genus. This individual’s leaf span is only 12 cm (4.75 inches) and the height including the inflorescence is 8 cm (3.15 inches). Grown and photographed by Ron Hanko; pictures were found on his blog, Orchids in Bloom. Paphiopedilum helenae, native to north Vietnam and southern China where it can be found on limestone cliff faces in mixed and coniferous forests. It should be noted that this is the smallest species of the genus. This individual’s leaf span is only 12 cm (4.75 inches) and the height including the inflorescence is 8 cm (3.15 inches). Grown and photographed by Ron Hanko; pictures were found on his blog, Orchids in Bloom.

Paphiopedilum helenae, native to north Vietnam and southern China where it can be found on limestone cliff faces in mixed and coniferous forests. It should be noted that this is the smallest species of the genus. This individual’s leaf span is only 12 cm (4.75 inches) and the height including the inflorescence is 8 cm (3.15 inches). Grown and photographed by Ron Hanko; pictures were found on his blog, Orchids in Bloom.


Source: orchidsinbloom-ron.blogspot.com
Tags: Paphiopedilum Orchidaceae China Vietnam