Harro

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  1. I would do it like this:

    Get off some more leafs or pitchers because the plant need to much energy to keep them all alive. Then get a tray or something alse where you can get a waterlevel up to 3-4 cm high. Put the pot in it and place it in the shadow.

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  2. Hi Phil,

    we have some more species here, but I did`t visit the place where they grew. Sometimes is to far (3 hours drive, but still in the Black Forest)

    I saw: Epipactis palustris, atrorubens and helleborine (not in flower jet) Cephalanthera rubens not in flower, Limodorum abortivum (only 1 place here in Germany), Listera cordata,Plantanhera

    biflora. Ophrys apifera.

    There is a little meadow not far from my hometown I saw 8 Orchis species this year.

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  3. I like to show you some pictures of orchids that grow in the south part of the Black Forest/Germany.

     

    Ophrys holoserica

     

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    Ophrys insektifera

     

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    Ophrys sphegodes

     

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    Himantoglossum hircinum

     

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    Orchis purpurea

     

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    Orchis (Anacamtis) pyramidalis

     

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    Cephalantera longifolia an some Cypripedium calceolus

     

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    Cephlanthera damasonium / Cephlanthera longifolia

     

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    Listera ovata

     

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    Neottia nidus-avis

     

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    Cypripedium calceolus

     

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