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A Plant Print a Day ~ Pyramidal Orchid Block Print to Colour

Pyramidal Orchid
(Anacamptis pyramidalis

A little isolation helping hand ~
Day Two of printing up my old blocks and putting their images up for you to paint or colour with pencils and other mediums. Love to see what you create, tag me on social media with hashtags: #aplantprintaday or #cheralyn and I'll find you!

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The Language of Plants & Flowers Meanings

The coming together of forces and people to take on challenges, build legacies and work together for the greater good. Warrior spirit energy especially connected with leading groups for a higher purpose. You may find an important choice is coming so fight for what you want and believe in and if you are seeking affirmation at present then be assured, you now have it.
Sacrifice of smaller things needs to be undertaken in order to attain larger goals.
The challenges of Pyramidal Orchid are failure to do your part and not working well with others in your current situation. Timidness and fear which polarises and prevents action and failing to work through issues due to avoidance of confrontation. Be careful of any conspiracy, especially one you are drawn into.  

Botanical Profile
The hermaphrodic flowers which vary from pink to purple and very occasionally white are arranged on the unbranched stem in a pyramidal shape which gives this plant it’s name. Reaching a height of between 10 and 25cm, it’s basal are a fresh spring green and grow up to 25cm long. This orchid is native to southwestern Eurasia and is very common on the Isle of Wight and throughout South England.

Gardening Tips
skill level:moderate
Plant out tubers in either chalk, loam or sand based fertile soil and in a semi-shade position. This perennial flowers in mid-summer and although you can let the solid dry out a little it does prefer to be kept moist.

Stonehenge, England
Located in Wiltshire, near the towns of Amesbury and Salisbury, this most well-known of all standing stone circles, is thought to have been constructed from anywhere between 3,000 and 2,000 BC. It sits within earthworks, known as barrows in England, which are artificial changes created by humans to land levels. This is achieved usually by the placement of soil and sculpted rocks. Stonehenge has undergone many construction phases in it’s ancient past and has evolved in appearance and possibly meaning and usage throughout time.

bunches of love, 
Cheralyn 🌻