This little stinker, Liparis reflexa, is starting its flowering this year. There are two inflorescences so the resulting scent will be delightful as they open their flowers :awesome:. I can't help feeling that from a certain angle the plant is trying to tell me something.
Last year I took a trip to the northern portion of Michigan and the southern portion of Upper Peninsula. On the trip I encountered various carnivorous plants and orchids.
Emmet County (Day 1):
The first site was quite unique compared to similar sites I have been to. All of these plants...
My husband and I had hoped that my orchids would not bother our sons asthma but since one of them bloomed his asthma has been out of control which is really bad for a severe asthmatic. So without a second thought I chopped that dirty flower off and am now putting all my orchids up...
Ok, I am changing from easy to grow, to native species..
Wondering if anyone has, or knows were I can get either plants or seeds of any of the following.
-wi = locally threatened
-us = federally threatened/endangered
Calypso bulbosa -wi