Early Purple Orchid
Also known as
Blue Butcher, Aaron's beard, Adam-and-Eve, adder's grass, ballock grass, bloody man's finger, crake feet, cuckooflower, dead man's finger, Dead Man's Thumb, Gethsemane, hand orchid, keat legs, kite pan, kite's legs, long purples, May orchid, purple orchid, purple wreathwort, ram's horns, Satyricon, spotted orchid, Orchid
Orchis mascula speciosa by Franz Xaver (CC BY-SA 3.0)
3 years to reach maturity
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Early Purple Orchid Overview
Orchis mascula is a terrestrial orhcid species from the Orchidaceae family. It produces purple-spotted leaves and purple flowers from spring-summer. These are arranged on upright spikes.
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How to propagate Early Purple Orchid
You must propagate by division.
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