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Queen of Sheba

winchestergoose

Always on
Hi all,

This is one of our more striking native orchids we have here in Western Australia, it is not rare, but just the same it is difficult to find due to it's short flowering season.
It is the "Eastern Queen of Sheba"

C&C always welcome.

Regards

Barry HView attachment 306697
Barry I 've yet to find one ....can you rember where they bulldozed a colony of them here in Albany?
I have just returned from Coalseam Park , not as good as I have previously seen.DSC06040.JPG
 

Centurion

Active Member
Barry I 've yet to find one ....can you rember where they bulldozed a colony of them here in Albany?
I have just returned from Coalseam Park , not as good as I have previously seen.View attachment 306698
Hi winchestergoose,

No I don't recall the bulldozing you are talking about, these were taken not far from in Bremer Bay, I reckon they had about 7days left.
I saw your post on Coalseam, I have been there dozens of times and (a) I have never seen it green like that and (b) that is the first time I have seen any sort of water in the gorge.

Regards

Barry H
 

Mike Singh

Always on
Premium Member
Lovely colours Barry. The background does distract a bit but the flower does stand out.
 
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