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Lesser Twayblade orchid

By adrian_w  
Neottia cordata or lesser twayblade. Nationally quite a rare orchid although reasonably common in Scotland & NW England.
Normally found in peat bogs or damp woodland and only grows a few centimetres in height so it is very difficult to find.
There is a small colony in a park near Glasgow, we were taken there by the Orchid specialist from the Botanic Gardens.

Tags: Orchid Flowers and plants Twayblade

Voters: Yewtree, Chinga, Silverzone


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29 Nov 2011 4:05PM
A lovely image. Thank you for your comment on my recent upload. Sylvia

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