This is the UK native wild Common Spotted which grows in neutral to alkaline soils which are often damp. Can be grow in grassland, the garden or a pot. It is a good beginners orchid as it will usually bulk up fairly quickly.
A good dactylorhiza producing an elegant flower with a broad lip. This tuberous perennial orchids is found on a range of well-drained or wet acidic soils in a wide variety of habitats, including grasslands, moors, heaths, flushes and bogs. A good choice for the edge of a pond or a damp grassland situation.
Dactylorhiza praetermissa, the southern marsh orchid or leopard marsh orchid, is a commonly occurring species of European orchid. It is native to northern and central Europe (Britain, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France and the Baltic Republics).
The Dactylohiza 'Foliorella' orchid is a hybrid between two orchids: the Dactylorhiza foliosa and the purpurella. This hybrid is characterized by extreme vigour. In full bloom, the plant can reach a size of 60 to 80 cm and the imposing floral stalk often measures more than 30 cm. This beautiful orchid carries very luminous purple flowers. The effect in...
Dactylorhiza iberica is a very rare species of Dactylorhiza native to the mountains of the Middle East. This is the only variety of Dactylorhiza with stolons. Its multiplication by its stolons is very fast. This very hardy species grows very well in wild gardens. It needs moist soil during the growth phase.