This species is new to our website and is a true miniature with leaves less than 1cm long forming a tight clump and 2mm egg shaped little flowers (the basket shown is 10cm diameter). The species is endemic to Ecuador where it is found from 600-1200m implying a need for the warmer end of […]
Happy New Year from all of us here at the Writhlington Orchid Project. As you can see 365 days of orchids will continue this year with an orchid in flower every day of 2018 although we will include species included in 2017 as well as species new to the blog. 2018 is a massive year […]
Vote here for your orchid of the year for 2017 from the students favourites from each month of 365 days of orchids.
We have made it – 365 different orchid species, one a day, blogged when in flower in our collection. During the year we have had over 33,000 visits to our website as well as our followers on Twitter and Facebook so we do hope that you have enjoyed the journey as much as we […]
This very attractive Pleurothallis is a bit of a mystery. It was donated to us with the name baeza which is a town in Ecuador but not a recognised orchid species. We therefore assume that the species is native to the cloud forests around Baeza but any help on a positive identification would be appreciated. […]