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Old 10-13-2023, 03:15 AM
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Hey there, I'm still alive! It's been a while but I'm now in college on the east coast. I've had to part with most of the orchids I used to grow, but on the bright side, I've gotten a lot more into nature photography and looking for native orchids in the U.S.! Here are just a few pictures of fall-blooming Spiranthes; if people are interested I'll post some other species, haha.

Spiranthes incurva:


Spiranthes ochroleuca:


Spiranthes lacera var. gracilis:


Spiranthes tuberosa:
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I want to see the Cypripediums! And congrats on MIT
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Thanks so much! I've seen Cyp. acaule and Cyp. californicum so far; saw the californicum back when I was still getting better at photography though. Some pictures:

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Welcome back to the OB, neophyte! It's good to have you posting again and sharing your beautiful photos. Best of luck to you at MIT!
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Yes. Congrats on MIT. And thanks for the photos.
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Do you have a pic of the whole Spiranthes plant? How do leaves look?

Congrats on MIT! What will you specialize in, if you picked it already?
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