Platanthera will grandiflora
Platanthera will grandiflora is a species of Orchidaceae . It measures from 27 to 120 cm in height. It has from 2 to 6 sheets which can measure up to 24 cm length. Its flowers (from 30 to 65 flowers by inflorescence) are of color varying between lavender and crimson, while passing through a magenta rich person. They appear between August and June.
There exists a variety of Platanthera will grandiflora with the white flowers (formed will albiflora).
Its appearance is very similar to the Platanthera psycodes .
DistributionUsually, the seedlings of Plantanthera will grandiflora are very few at the same place, sometimes even solitary. There exist however colonies being able to exceed a hundred seedlings.
With the the United States, one can meet this Platanthera with the Connecticut, in the Maine, with the Maryland, the Massachusset, in the New Hampshire, the New Jersey, the state of New York, in North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, in the Rhode Island, with the Tennessee, in the Vermont, in Virginia and Virginia Occidentale.
Platanthera will grandiflora can hybrider with Platanthera will lace and more rarely with Platanthera psycodes .
- Orchis will grandiflora
- Habenaria fimbriata
- Habenaria psycodes VAr. grandiflora
- Wild Orchids off the Southeastern United States, North off Peninsular Florida, Paul Martin Brown, University Close off Florida , 2004.
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