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The rare and mysterious Grinning Monkey Orchid. How I wish I had these monkey,s ! They would sit next to the other monkey plants.

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Peach blossoms are so much fun to work with when designing the floral crowns. They are a simplistic, yet fresh and beautiful flower that can be pair with just about anything. I have. Some fun ideas are in store for the future with peach blossoms.

The beautiful Monkey Orchid is extremely rare, beautiful and precious. It is found in Ecuador, South America

The Enchanting Dracula Orchid looks like a monkey :: Dracula venefica; Flowers Winter to Spring producing blooms, successively. Found in Colombia.

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༻❁༺ ❤️ ༻❁༺ Bee Orchid (Fly Orchid) This is a hybrid between Ophrys Apifera and Ophrys Insectifera.

Arisaema sikokianum (nicknamed Jack-in-the-Pulpit) is an herbaceous perennial. An unusual woodland plant, noted for its unmistakable smoky-purple base, snow-white cup and large hood with purple, green and white stripes. Found in moist, shaded areas on the Island of Shikoku in Japan.

052114 Jack-in-the-Pulpit ~ Arisaema sikokianum (Japanese Jack-in-the-Pulpit) is a herbaceous perennial plant

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Naples Florida is a great place for the orchid enthusiast. Our climate – and plenty of helpful insight from the Naples Botanical Garden and The Naples Orchid Society – make things easier. See Naples

lalulutres:   Night-blooming Cereus   beautiful shot of a Cereus. Mine has 3 blooms tonight, opening as I type.

Night Blooming Cereus (Epiphyllum oxypetallum) a tropical cactus plant with flowers that smell like vanilla.

Orchid (Dracula Saulii) looks like little monkeys, huh?

Saul's Dracula Orchid - Dracula saulii an epiphytic orchid in the genus Dracula. And these two look like a pair of monkeys!

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How to photograph early spring wildflowers in bright light by Mark S. Carlson, naturalist photographer - diffuse the light by covering the flower with a diffuser (umbrella perhaps?

“Monkey Orchids” ... I'm torn tween Oh wow! How very cool! and ... Ummm... kinda creepy lol

"Orchis Simia" -- also known as the 'Monkey Orchid' Look at those terrifying yet adorable faces! This is the craziest looking plant I have ever seen!

Extraterrestre

The Entrancing Dracula Orchid learn about this orchid species and identifying orchids and growing them.

Purple Orchid on Black Background - Pleione formosana orchid. This cold growing species is native to the mountains of Formosa.

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