Yes things are starting to quieten down now in relation to Atrorubens and although there is still some fine specimens waiting to greet you, I have reluctantly got to say that the best is over and we are on the down! Yet before long it will be the turn of the larger Helliborines (but not just yet), well at least on Hutton Roof.
I have been out everyday but not had chance to do any blogging until now so I will try and catch up a bit!
Below are some of the specials from over the last month
|Specimen 66 - The Lemon Petalled on Green (Click over to enlarge)|
|Specimen 70 - Schmalhauseneii (Click over to enlarge)|
|Specimen 11a - going over but still beautiful - (Click over to enlarge)|
|Specimen 9a - So very very pale just like its dad and mum where back in 2014! (Click over to enlarge)|
|Epipactis Atrorubens variant "Albiflora" (Photo: Grahame Preston) Click over to enlarge|
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