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Rock Orchid WF169953

The Pink Rock Orchid usually grows on rocks, rarely as an epiphyte, and has thin, spreading leaves and spikes of up to fifteen, typically pink flowers in late winter to spring. It grows on boulders and in rock crevices within its natural range in open forest or adjacent to forest creeks. It can also be found on cliff faces.
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The Pink Rock Orchid usually grows on rocks, rarely as an epiphyte, and has thin, spreading leaves and spikes of up to fifteen, typically pink flowers in late winter to spring. It grows on boulders and in rock crevices within its natural range in open forest or adjacent to forest creeks. It can also be found on cliff faces.