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Author 'Dominique.gaudillier' A voir : Here's an orchidee of fields. I have rencontree by chance when my small virees in the wildfires in the area.

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> Tathou >Reply Jun 21, 2010
I love these wild flowers and I saw last week in a garden.
> Genie >Reply Nov 15, 2008
Nice picture, I have the same packet of ten on my property I am protected for over 10 years but look at them well as the construction of a motorway will destroy everything within a few months.
Identification > Ti.flores >Reply Oct 21, 2007
Hi ! This is an orchid native called orchis 'goat' in the scientific name : Himantoglossum hirsinum recognizable with his large goatee... Very wide distribution in the mediterranean region of Europe and western. Has to contemplate only in nature... Thank you for them !!!
 > Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 21, 2007
Congrats to bring this confirmation : it is indeed a 'Orchis bouc' (Himantoglossum hircinum), one of the terrestrial orchids in europe. Why this funny name ? This is simply because it gives off a strong smell of goat ! to be avoided as a gift ! Fada had already identified Thanks also to him and to the author of the photo.
> Azalée >Reply Aug 21, 2006
I have the same in my lawn. As it went to the mower, I had never seen it bloom. I replanted it next to the hydrangeas. It is like that. However mine has 3 'tire plugs' on each bell, and disappears completely after each bloom, to come out in the spring. Is it really the same ?
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 15, 2006
Orchis bouc or himantoglosse to smell of goat (Himantoglossum hircinum) is one of the most curious of our native plants. It occurs on the edge of the thickets, prairies, slopes of roads in the limestone area of the middle and upper Var. It is an orchid very widespread in all of France. The smell informs us, before his sight.
> Persianne_One >Reply Jul 11, 2006
Surely it is not to pick it looks pretty similar to an orchid grown ! Thank you for sharing this vision with us.
> Mumchantal [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 01, 2006
Very beautiful this small orchid. This is not a protected species ? Take a photo of it : yes, but not pick it.
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