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Thursday, March 14, 2013

So tiny yet so exquisite - Calypso Orchids are blooming on the Mendomona Coast

John Sperry photographed the first Calypso Orchid to bloom this year and sent it along for us to enjoy.

Calypso Orchids should never be transplanted. They need a particular fungus in the soil to grow. They can be found in undisturbed forests here on the Mendonoma Coast.

Thanks to John for allowing me to share his photo with you here.

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