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Chalk Fragrant Orchid (1 Viewer)

kevtubb

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I took these at Noar Hill Hampshire on the weekend

I think it is Chalk Fragrant Orchid - can anyone confirm?
 

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Butty

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Well, it's a fragrant orchid - will that do? I don't imagine there's more that one variety at one site.
And a bit of totty grass - as my aged mum would call it.
 

kevtubb

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Well, it's a fragrant orchid - will that do? I don't imagine there's more that one variety at one site.
And a bit of totty grass - as my aged mum would call it.
That will do :) - according to Noar Hill list of orchids its the only Fragrant Orchid there - I just wanted to confirm it was a Fragrant Orchid
 

kevtubb

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Well, it's a fragrant orchid - will that do? I don't imagine there's more that one variety at one site.
And a bit of totty grass - as my aged mum would call it.
Yes I noticed that - it is actually a very distinctively shaped orchid when compared to the Pyramidal Orchids it was close to
 
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