jennasfawn:

Orchids at the Arboretum

by Joni Lambert

  1. Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S4500
  2. Aperture: f/4.5
  3. Exposure: 1/75th
  4. Focal Length: 11mm
alsgal119:

Odontocidium Cantante ‘Pumpkin Patch’
alsgal119:

Odontocidium Cantante ‘Pumpkin Patch’

alsgal119:

Odontocidium Cantante ‘Pumpkin Patch’

orchiddynasty:

Dendrobium lawesii  (Papua New Guinea and Bougainville Islands)

We end Dendrobium Week with my favorite color form of the very-variable Den. lawesii.

  1. Camera: Canon PowerShot ELPH 320 HS
  2. Aperture: f/3.5
  3. Exposure: 1/30th
  4. Focal Length: 35mm

amherstorchids:

Psychopsis kramerianum
Grown by Carol Steiner
May Show Table

willowbrookorchids:

Phrag Lutz Rolke ‘Ginny Ingram’ AM/AOS is another of our wonderful breeding plants that will eventually lead to yellow round(ish) Phragmipedium flowers.

"Accept whatever comes to you woven in the pattern of your destiny, for what could more aptly fit your needs?"
Marcus Aurelius, Meditations (via stardust-seedling)
Album Art

damiangnarly:

"Sideways" by Dinosaur Jr. from their 1991 Compilation album- "Whatever’s Cool With Me".  

Played 39 times.

docutube:

The Botany of Desire (2009) 1h 56min.

Michael Pollan, a professor of journalism and a student of food, presents the history of four plants, each of which found a way to make itself essential to humans, thus ensuring widespread propagation. Apples, for sweetness; tulips, for beauty; marijuana, for pleasure; and, potatoes, for sustenance. Each has a story of discovery and adaptation; each has a symbiotic relationship with human civilization. The film tells these stories and examines these relationships.

"We are not what we know but what we are willing to learn."