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Orchid - Habenaria radiata (White Egret Orchid) 3 For £2.99 or 6 For £4.99 (Including Free Delivery) @Thompson & Morgan
Orchid - Habenaria radiata (White Egret Orchid) 3 For £2.99 or 6 For £4.99 (Including Free Delivery)  @Thompson & Morgan

Orchid - Habenaria radiata (White Egret Orchid) 3 For £2.99 or 6 For £4.99 (Including Free Delivery) @Thompson & Morgan

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White Egret Orchid
Behold an awesome sight in your garden! Exquisite, pearly white flowers resemble a flock of miniature birds hovering gracefully atop slender stems. Habenaria radiata is commonly known as the White Egret Orchid this Japanese beauty produces slender stems, each parading up to 2 or 3 blooms that will flourish for 3-4 weeks.

Order early to avoid disappointment and anticipate the spectacle next summer.
Thrives in damp conditions. Hardy to -6C (20F)!

Naturally very small tubers

Includes 10 Steps to Success - your free guide to growing your White Egret Orchid.

21 Comments

Code doesn't give free delivery only £1.87 discount pity they look wonderful

sorry that was incorrect, it gives just 50p discount 10%

They do look wonderful, I was looking at these the other day, doesn't it say the bloom is the size of a little fingernail or something? They are tiny flowers. Just looked it up, they are 3/4 of an inch. Very pretty though.

oh,, well spotted I dont think I will bother thanks for the "heads up" :):)

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Sorry for the mistake with the code, got a bit mixed up!

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Worked for me, thanks

Brilliant. Woked for me too. Thanks

Excellent, thanks for posting.

Sounds like they are very hardy, might as well give them a go :thumbsup:

Ordered, Thanks for that.

:thumbsup: ordered cheers

look lovely but last thing I ordered arrived a couple of days ago - ordered last spring! don't think I'll bother again.

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look lovely but last thing I ordered arrived a couple of days ago - … look lovely but last thing I ordered arrived a couple of days ago - ordered last spring! don't think I'll bother again.



Never had a problem with them..... Some items are ordered and shipped just before their growing season, maybe you just missed the season with your last order...

brilliant, thank you

Japanese Rarity - White Egret Orchid

Behold an awesome sight in the garden or on the patio!

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Exquisite, pearly white, fragrant flowers are displayed like a flock of miniature birds hovering gracefully atop slender stems, as each bloom resembles an egret in flight.

Also known as The Dove Plant, this beauty occurs naturally amongst the rice fields of Japan. The stems can reach 30cm (12in) tall, each one parading three or more blooms that will flourish for well over a month. ][COLOR=#0000cc]Click to view[/COLOR]
http://www.tandmpics.com/res/plants/egret2.jpg It really does look like the Japanese white crane, a symbol of health, long life and fortune, and also used as a mascot of the Japan Airlines.
As the legend describes, during a period of conflict, a girl from the castle of Setagaya (Tokyo) sent a letter to help her lover who was at battle. She gave it to a white egret to deliver to him. However, the egret did not reach him, and where the bird fell to the ground a beautiful flower began to grow. This flower was the White Egret Orchid, known as Sagisoo to the Japanese people, and now the flower mascot of the castle of Setagaya.
Discovered in 1826 by Curt Polycarp Joachim Sprengel (1766-1833), a German botanist and physician. His uncle, Christian Konrad Sprengel (1750-1816), is remembered for his studies in the fertilization of flowers by insects - a subject in which he reached conclusions many years ahead of his time.
http://www.tandmpics.com/res/plants/ricefields2.jpg
This species is quite familiar to the Japanese as a summer flower. The species is stable in its genetics, so only some cultivars are known, particularly those with leaf variegation.
Plants of Habenaria arise from a very small tuber, about the size of a peanut, and they are said to be hardy down to -6C (20F). They should be planted into a humus-rich soil, in a cool house, greenhouse or in patio containers, however do protect from scorching heat.
For best results, plants need plenty of water in order to simulate Asia's monsoon season. In Japanese weather patterns, the bogs are caused by snow melting off mountains rather than by rainfall and they do dry out in winter rather than summer when the mountain snows are no longer melting.
Water plants daily with rainwater throughout the spring and summer as they will thrive in soils that are constantly saturated with water as long as it is not stagnant. This species can form large, showy colonies over time.
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Nice find. Ordered 6 with free delivery. Thanks

Got as a little mothers day gift for my auntie thanks

Thanks for this. Dad will be very happy when they arrive.

Heat n rep added, nice tip too could maybe use in future for other good deals.

Thanks very much, and for the free delivery link - these look lovely!

Anyone had theirs yet?

back on again:-D
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