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What happens to orchids in nature if left alone??? Story within.

What happens to orchids in nature if left alone??? Story within.

John Moore

Free Member, Karratha

What happens to orchids in nature if left alone??? Story within.

Well I must apologise for not having written Part three on orchid reproduction, I shall write it in the early hours of the morning.
But I have had a very busy day today.
I had already written this article, to load up and thought it may interest the orchid
This is the common Thai orchid, it is parasitic, so if you strap a plant to a tree
with good bark
And leave it alone, the root will penetrate the bark of the tree.
Strap it high in the tree, if you live in a warm climate and Bobs your uncle.
It will react as nature had intended it to, and grow wild.
I was lucky here as there was this young lady sitting there, so you can see the size of
the plant
And it’s amazing blooms.
Bless you all and be happy, for there are many worldwide that are suffering and far less fortunate than we are!!!

Walkabout John Asia.

Comments 21

  • Christian Knospe 04/21/2007 17:34

    a dream......

  • Nyo Pu 04/20/2007 8:29

    it brings me to the childhood. love to spraywater wild orchid at the tree. not beautiful much like this but it really make us please to look at them.
    Best wishes, np
  • Erland Pillegaard 04/18/2007 9:58

    Morning John
    Nice portrait and picture,beautiful
  • Alexandra Schmidt II 04/18/2007 9:07

    looks natural and harmonic to me
  • Joachim Häfner 04/18/2007 8:25

    A really very big orchid. I never seen bevore.
    I like the orchids growing everywhere in Thailand.
  • Anca Silvia B. 04/18/2007 8:06

    I love it!!!
  • Thomas Koetzsch 04/18/2007 7:41

    They quite obviously try to position themselves next to a nice lady.
  • John Barnett 04/18/2007 7:31

    Great colors!
  • Home of the Norfolks 04/18/2007 6:46

    Greets Anke
  • Claudia Lotz 04/17/2007 23:56

    wow, gigants of orchids.
  • Tom McAlexander 04/17/2007 22:23

    Don't know what I like best: the flowers or the model.
  • Cees Kuijs 04/17/2007 19:35

    Good focus, vivid colors. And a very lovely lady, only a pity she is looking away from me :-))
    Greetings, Cees
  • Rainer Rauer 04/17/2007 18:58

    Amazing pic and amazing story. It was totally new to me. Thank you for your updating my knowledge.
    LG Rainer
  • David Bu. 04/17/2007 18:40

    I didn't know that they can grow to such big plants! It looks a little bit strange and fascinating, too.
    A marvellous shot mate!

    See you, David
  • Doris Thiemann 04/17/2007 18:25

    You are right perfectly, John. History is very interesting.
    I didn't see ever so many Orchids on a place. They are simply splendourful.
    Many Greetings
  • Kerstin Rösler 04/17/2007 18:11

    Soo beautiful flowers in your Picture, amazing...i just smell it.
    Thanks you for this nice Greeting.

    lg kerst
  • Tanjung-Pinang 04/17/2007 17:33

    John, thanks for you information.
    The best flower is sitting on the left side :-))
    br monika
  • CsomorLászló 04/17/2007 17:02

  • Gertie 04/17/2007 16:44

    A very nice picture with 2 beauties.....!! Great ! Are you in Asia presently! Greetings Gertrud
  • Claire Laira 04/17/2007 16:42

    Imagine having this in your garden...what a delight!
    These pretty colours are something like "happy" colours least it works for me!
    Have a wonderful day, John...and thanks for sharing!
  • Ebi Fotofix 04/17/2007 16:39

    what a nice lady..... and a colourful surrounding.....great!

    LG Ebi

    think of it : UPS *ggg*