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Viride Collection

"Exploring the Vibrant World of Viride: From Green Foxtail Grass to Branching Melanthium" DDE-90027094, DDE-90027092, DDE-90027073, DDE-90027045, DDE-90027030

Background imageViride Collection: Small white orchis, Pseudorchis albida, and frog orchid, Coeloglossum viride

Small white orchis, Pseudorchis albida, and frog orchid, Coeloglossum viride
5856158 Small white orchis, Pseudorchis albida, and frog orchid, Coeloglossum viride; (add.info.: Small white orchis, Pseudorchis albida, and frog orchid, Coeloglossum viride)

Background imageViride Collection: DDE-90027094

DDE-90027094
Stoplight Parrotfish (Sparisoma viride), Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles, Caribbean Date: 08/11/2011

Background imageViride Collection: DDE-90027092

DDE-90027092
Stoplight Parrotfish (Sparisoma viride), Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles, Caribbean Date: 07/11/2007

Background imageViride Collection: DDE-90027073

DDE-90027073
Stoplight Parrotfish (Sparisoma viride), Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles, Caribbean Date: 07/11/2007

Background imageViride Collection: DDE-90027045

DDE-90027045
Stoplight Parrotfish (Sparisoma viride), Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles, Caribbean Date: 07/11/2007

Background imageViride Collection: DDE-90027030

DDE-90027030
Spotlight Parrotfish, Initial Phase (Sparisoma viride), Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles, Caribbean Date: 07/11/2007

Background imageViride Collection: DDE-90025593

DDE-90025593
Parrotfish, scuba diving at Richelieu Rock, Mu Koh Surin National Marine Park, just North of Similan Islands, Thailand, SE Asia Date: 12/05/2005

Background imageViride Collection: Green foxtail grass, Setaria viridis

Green foxtail grass, Setaria viridis (Green panick-grass, Panicum viride). Handcoloured copperplate engraving after a drawing by James Sowerby for James Smiths English Botany, 1801

Background imageViride Collection: Painted nettle, Plectranthus scutellarioides

Painted nettle, Plectranthus scutellarioides. Coleus scutellarioides foliis atropurpureis viride cinctis. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens

Background imageViride Collection: Green egertonia swan-neck orchid, Cycnoches

Green egertonia swan-neck orchid, Cycnoches egertonianum var. viride. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by George Barclay after an illustration by Miss Sarah Drake from Edwards Botanical Register

Background imageViride Collection: American white hellebore or Indian poke, Veratrum viride

American white hellebore or Indian poke, Veratrum viride. Handcoloured lithograph by Hanhart after a botanical illustration by David Blair from Robert Bentley and Henry Trimens Medicinal Plants

Background imageViride Collection: Curtis British Entomology Plate 570

Curtis British Entomology Plate 570
Coleoptera: Endomychus coccineus (Scarlet Endomychus) [Plant: Coeloglossum viride (Orchis viridis, Frog Orchis)] Date: 1824-39

Background imageViride Collection: False Hellebore At The Base Of The Rockwall Cliff And Tumbling Glacier In Kootenay National Park;

False Hellebore At The Base Of The Rockwall Cliff And Tumbling Glacier In Kootenay National Park; British Columbia Canada

Background imageViride Collection: Branching melanthium, with many small lilac

Branching melanthium, with many small lilac flowers, bulbs and root, Ornithoglossum viride.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by Sydenham Edwards from William Curtiss

Background imageViride Collection: Picture No. 11091985

Picture No. 11091985
Frog Orchid in the machair July Date:


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"Exploring the Vibrant World of Viride: From Green Foxtail Grass to Branching Melanthium" DDE-90027094, DDE-90027092, DDE-90027073, DDE-90027045, DDE-90027030, and DDE-90025593 - these unique codes unlock a fascinating world known as "viride. " This captivating realm encompasses various natural wonders that showcase the beauty and diversity of our planet. One such wonder is the Green Foxtail Grass (Setaria viridis), with its slender blades swaying gracefully in the wind. Its vibrant green hue adds a touch of freshness to any landscape it graces. Another enchanting inhabitant of the Painted Nettle (Plectranthus scutellarioides). With its colorful foliage resembling an artist's palette, this plant brings life and vibrancy to gardens and indoor spaces alike. Intriguingly named after its distinctive appearance, the Green Egertonia Swan-neck Orchid (Cycnoches) flaunts elegant petals that resemble a swan's graceful neck. Its presence in viride reminds us of nature's ability to create awe-inspiring masterpieces. Delving deeper into this verdant realm reveals the American White Hellebore or Indian Poke (Veratrum viride). Despite its toxic properties when consumed by humans or animals, this plant showcases stunning clusters of greenish flowers that stand tall amidst lush surroundings. As we continue our exploration through Curtis British Entomology Plate 570 within viride's boundaries, we encounter mesmerizing insects fluttering among blooming flora. These intricate creatures add another layer of fascination to this already captivating world. Lastly, we stumble upon Branching Melanthiums adorned with countless small lilac blossoms. Their delicate beauty serves as a reminder that even in smaller details lies immense splendor waiting to be discovered.