Another One I Have No Idea Of. Can Anybody Identify It Please?

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  1. MikeD

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    Saw it in a local Orchid field. (y)

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  2. Granjan

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    Looks like a silk one! Lovely!
     
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    Think its a flower
     
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  4. Allan & Loren

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    Roscoea cautleyoides i think? Beautiful though.
     
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    Hi, I think it is a physiological dissorder? It is exactly the same as the foliage on the right of it Which I think is Teasel? Sometimes a plant will grow without the ability to produce chlorophyl? Its a possible, I was looking at the serrated leaf form on both plants?
     
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  6. magicsurfbus

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    That be Devil's Stinkwort so it be - hoighly poisonous. Laid waste to moi proize Fresians last Michaelmas so it did.

    EU subsidoised compensation package was alroight though, bought moiself a new Range Rover wi' it.

    What was you doin' on moi laaaaaaarnd wi' yourn camera anyways?
     
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    I think you may be right.
     
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    Yep an albino teasel. I'm guessing.
     
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    Flob-a-doba-dob... Bill _Ben.jpg
     
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    You uncouth lot ;) .... MikeD and I will stick together in our appreciation of beauty and all things horticultural. Roscoea cauteyloides are actually quite difficult to find but they do tend to grow near orchids so well spotted Mike.
     
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  11. MikeD

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    "Cobweb" said i could :):)
     
  12. MikeD

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    I went down to the Orchid field again today and the little white plant was laying over on its side. Not sure if someone has not trod on it. :(

    But lots and lots of orchids there (y)

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    Serious stuff, taking pictures of orchids :D

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    Thanks everybody (y)(y)
     
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  14. MikeD

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    No! that's my little brother. He is only about 6ft (y)

    ps: I won't tell him you called him a "weed" :D:D
     
  15. MikeD

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    It's flowering now

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    I don't know what it is but it is a very nice pick
    bill
     
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    Make up yer mind....in post #12 you said it was laid down, maybe trod on.
    now its been resurected and in flower.
     
  18. MikeD

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    It must have been asleep when I went there last time :D:rolleyes:
     
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