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Monkey Orchid (Dracula simia) These orchids from the cloud forests of Ecuador and Peru are known for their resemblance to monkey faces. The scientific name Dracula simia refers firstly to the two long.

Orchid (Dracula Saulii) looks like little monkeys, huh?

Saul's Dracula Orchid - Dracula saulii an epiphytic orchid in the genus Dracula. And these two look like a pair of monkeys!

Large-Flowered Rose 'Candy Stripe' - Shrub Rosa 'Candy Stripe' - Large-flowered Rose 'Candy Stripe' has a compact growing habit with a high yield of large striped flowers and handsome leathery leaves. The flowers have an exquisite scent. Perfect for ro

JACK IN THE PULPIT - a special meaning for all my children who are grown now-such sweet memories of Jack.

052114 Jack-in-the-Pulpit ~ Arisaema sikokianum (Japanese Jack-in-the-Pulpit) is a herbaceous perennial plant

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beehive ginger (Zingiber spectablis) produces inflorescence (flower bracts) shaped like a beehive. Bracts turn from green to yellow to bright red. Don't tolerate frost but thrive in warm humid climates. It smells like ginger.

This rare plant from the cloud forests of Ecuador is called the Monkey Orchid.

The beautiful "Monkey Orchid" is extremely rare, beautiful and precious. It is found in Ecuador, South America - a true gift from nature. this is awesome!

Stapelianthus madagascariensis

Stapelianthus madagascariensis from Madagascar. Grow in greenhouse where not hardy. Rarely affected by pests & diseases. Plant Category: cacti & other succulents by isrc