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Green-flowered Helleborine (1 Viewer)


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I live in Fleet, Hampshire (UK)

I am trying to build up my list of UK Orchids and have done well so far this year.

The next ones on my list are these:

1. Broad-leaved Helleborine - I am going to try Sheepleas in Surrey
2. Narrow-lipped Helleborine - I am going to try Sheepleas in Surrey
3. Heath Fragrant Orchid - Boundway in the New Forest
4. Lesser Butterfly Orchid - Pig Bush in the New Forest
5. Bog Orchid - 3 sites in the New Forest
6. Green-flowered Helleborine - Winnall Moors (Winchester)

I've already tried Winnall Moors without much success despite searching under various Willow patches that I could get to.

Does anyone have more specific details on where I can look for the above orchids, particularly the Green-flowered Helleborine - are there other sites that are public access near me?

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