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Spider Orchids

Brassia - Eternal Wind

One from a few weeks ago when I visited the Orchid Exhibition at the RHS Garden, Wisley.

Although not in their natural habitat these orchids displayed in a cabinet make it great for "unclutttered" shots. Wink

I was speaking to a lady yesterday who pointed me in the direction of a place where wild orchids are growing naturally.... so a trip down to Ferring Rife in West Sussex beckons, if I get time Wink

Tags: Spring Surrey Orchid Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Wisley Royal horticultural society Rhs garden wisley Spider orchid Brassia Eternal Wind

Voters: mdiniz, cats_123, CarolG and 2 more

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mdiniz 17 2 Brazil
17 Apr 2011 5:50PM
CarolG 14 199 20 Greece
18 Apr 2011 7:34AM
A stunning orchid, beautifully captured. I didn't know about wild orchids in Ferring Rife, and I lived in Worthing for over 20 years! Carol
vandalp 13
19 Apr 2011 9:26PM
Great close up shot Jeff, not seen this one before.
JJGEE 16 8.0k 18 England
19 Apr 2011 10:36PM
Thank you everyone for stopping by with the comment.

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These orchids come from Central & South America and grow as epiphytes ( on other plants )

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