helleborine


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Synonyms for helleborine

any of several small temperate and tropical orchids having mottled or striped leaves and spikes of small yellowish-white flowers in a twisted raceme

any of several orchids of the genus Cephalanthera

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The dunes are home to over 450 plant species including 33 that are locally or regionally rare like petalwort, seaside centaury, yellow bartsia, round-leaved wintergreen, dune helleborine and pendulous flowered helleborine.
A non-indigenous orchid species widespread in the United States, Helleborine (Epipactis helleborine), was recorded for the first time on the United States Erie Islands (Woischke 200%) and also known from Pelee Island (Oldham 2001).
helleborine, and Orchis militaris) in the herbaceous vegetation was somewhat surprising as some of them (e.
Agreen-flowered Helleborine, which can grow up to 1ft high, was discovered beside Lake Longdoles, near Fairford, Gloucestershire, in the path of a planned exclusive glass and wood-fronted holiday home.
Ten species of native orchid can be found growing in the dune systems on the Snook--the western tip of the island's long sandy peninsula--including the marsh helleborine, which carpets the dunes in white flowers in June and July, and one extremely rare species, the yellowish-green Lindisfarne helleborine, which is unique to the island.
The Glasgow options are Broom or Broad-leaved Helleborine.
The gloomy atmosphere of the forest floor and the acid leaf-mold prevents the formation of an understory, although some species such as spurge laurel (Daphne laureola), hellebore (Helleborus foetidus), ivy (Hedera helix), honeysuckle (Lonicera etrusca), and helleborine (Cephalanthera rubra) can survive.
Mimesis of bellflower (Campanula) by the red helleborine orchid Cephalanthera rubra.
They include swallows, Brent geese in flight, a creche of two female eider ducks and their chicks, a flowering Lindisfarne helleborine orchid, lapwing, Arctic tern, short-eared owl and fritillary butterfly.
Hammond and Soumillon were back in the winner's enclosure an hour later when Faustina sprang something of a shock to land the Listed Prix de Saint-Cyr, with the Group 1 placed Nova Hawk and Helleborine back in third and seventh.
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The other orchid species are the broad-leaved helleborine, common twayblade and common spotted orchid.
Sherburn Hill's grassland supports rare plants such as blue moor grass, rock rose and dark red helleborine.
Biostatistical studies of northeastern Portuguese populations of the Epipactis helleborine (L.
A line of white sand marks the strip Largest coastal bird sanctuary Anywhere in Europe Rare flowering plants live here Helleborine, darling of the dunes Grass of Parnassus wave in unison To the Bee Orchid, one of many A family of 13 species of orchid Attracts the butterflies Dark green Fritillary And Grayling caught