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Thread: Corallorhiza maculata var. occidentalis in the wild

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    I could point you to a location where you should be able to see Calypso bulbosa flowering right about now

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    definitely would be interested in that one of my favorite native orchids, so beautiful

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    Awesome! Swords just look lonline. Most of the native orchids are being cultivated. They are jsut in small quantities now and hard to get.
    Kris those are stunning and love when I see picture. Good catch.
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    Another orchid native to Washington

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    Wow Kris that is a beautiful plant. I've never seen that kind before.

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