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Common but regionally significant species the Cymbidium suave seen flowering today at Sportsman Creek wildlife refuge. An epiphytic orchid which has tiny crisp green flowers, 1.5cm across, with dark red lip. Spikes are pendulous with up to 30 flowers on each. This plant has over 200 flowers  and lives at 4metres in a dead tree.

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Reference;  Gardeners’ Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers.


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