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Period tile stove in salon
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Bedroom
 
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Big bedroom in upstairs
Big bedroom in upstairs
Big bedroom in upstairs
 
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Big salon with fireplace
in another building
Big salon with fireplace
in another building
Big salon with fireplace
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General view
View from the garden
Garden grill
 
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The Garden
Pool & sand-pit for kids
The Garden & cherry tree in bloom
 
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View from the garden
Court
Court: entrance to the garden
 

Surroundings

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A view at Sobenov Highlands (right-middle above the horizon) from Velky Jindrichov - Foto © Martin Pavlík
 
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Neighborhood - Kroha village
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Neighborhood - Kroha village
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A view from near Kraví hora
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Green Winged Orchid

Green Winged Orchid
"Anacamptis morio"

It grows in grassy meadows, especially on limestone rich soil, reaching a height of 40 cm.
It flowers from late April to June. The inflorescence is of various colours, mainly purple but ranging from white, through pink, to deep purple. From 5 to 25 helmet-shaped flowers grow in a loose, linear bunch at the top of the single stalk. The name morio is derived from the Greek word "moros" meaning "fool". This refers to the colorful, green striped flowers. A pair of lateral sepals with prominent green, occasionally purple veins extend laterally like "wings", giving the orchid its name. The broad, three lobed, lower petal is pale in the center with dark spots. Each flower has a long spur at the back which holds nectar to attract insects to pollinate the bloom.

Leaves are lanceolate, or sometimes ovate, and grow in a rosette around the base of the plan, with some thinner leaves clasping the stem and sheathing almost up to the flowers. Leaves are green and unspotted.
It is similar in appearance to the Early Purple-Orchid, but has green stripes on the two lateral sepals, and lacks the spots or blotches of the Early Purple's leaves.

It is a protected species.


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