Friday, 12 June 2015
On our walk ten days ago, for the first time in all our years of wandering this area between Ben Hiant and Camas nan Geall, we clambered down into this glen. We were fortunate that the sun was out and shining in exactly the right direction to flood the glen with light because....
The local wild orchids are a nightmare to identify as they hybridise, and these may be an example. The lowest lobe of most of the flowers is split into three, so is similar to the common spotted, but these orchids lack the common's spots and have far more dramatic colours that that species.