Burnt-tip Orchid

Burnt-tip Orchid, Austrian Alps. These stunning orchids were growing in large clusters all over the alpine meadows with this particular stem standing well above the rest. Western Tyrol, Austria. 

About the Burnt-tip Orchid:

The Burnt-tip orchid (Orchis Ustulata) is best seen in May and June. Like many other orchids they bear multiple flowers on a single spike. This grassland orchid is native to the mountains and alpine meadows in central and southern Europe, growing at up to 2,400 m elevation. They can grow up to 28 cm  cm tall in ideal conditions. 

Burnt-tip orchids have a Red conservation status, classified as Endangered & Critically Endangered in Britain. However it is listed as Least Concern internationally based on IUCN Red List criteria.

You can find out more about Burnt-tip Orchids here.

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The Burnt-tip orchid (Orchis Ustulata) is best seen in May and June. Like many other orchids they bear multiple flowers on a single spike. This grassland orchid is native to the mountains and alpine meadows in central and southern Europe, growing at up to 2,400 m elevation. They can grow up to 28 cm  cm tall in ideal conditions. 

 

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