|I took this photo in 2012 and typical of what you expect of a atrorubens photo: B.Yorke (Click over to enlarge)|
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Hutton Roof Crags and it's Reserves - A Short history how it got it's status - together with how many orchids do we have
Help with the Identification of our nationally rare "hybrid" between the Dark Red Helleborine and the Broad Leaved Helleborine
which is called "EPIPACTIS SCHMALHAUSENEII"
to include a sketch showing comparisons between atrorubens, helleborine and schmalhauseneii
also a mention of and samples of using denticulation as a "supportive!" aide with identification.
The four natural predators of our orchids (complete)
Beware of Ticks (factsheets)
Lovely Plants - Straight Atrorubens
Bicolor Lemon-Petalled Atroruben varieties (at least 2 varieties)
Lutescens/Albiflora (A pallid form of atrorubens) (complete)
Pallens and Lutescens (pallid forms of atrorubens) (complete)
Plants with White or Cream Epichile/Boss etc
Variagated plants (variety of helleborine) (complete)
Chlorantha (variety of helleborine) (complete)
Purpurea (variety of helleborine) (complete)
The Westmorlandii (E.phyllanthes poss confusa) (complete)
Epipactis Schmalhauseneii (the hybrid itself)
includes: Specimen 8,9,9a,10,15,16,70
also resulting "weak twisted stem specimens which maybe F1"
Interesting plants to get to the bottom of
Interesting unusual specimens
Specimens still not classified and the verdict is out!
Cages and Protection for Orchids
Early Purple Orchid - Gallery (Hutton Roof)
Fly Orchid - Gallery (Hutton Roof)
Common Spotted Orchid - Gallery (Hutton Roof)
Green Winged Orchid - Gallery (Silverdale)
Diary Pages 2017
Diary Pages 2018
Diary Pages 2019
(Poem I wrote July 2016)