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Orchids of Singapore

Stock Photography By Christina Jablonski

Orchids delight with their many colours, unusual forms, showy flowers or those of charming modesty. Wandering around the National Orchid Garden in Singapore I admired their splendid collection of orchid species in a tropical setting. I hope that some of their beauty would be reflected in the photographs.

Mokara orchid, Singapore
#611939
© Christina Jablonski
Vanda Usha Orchids, Singapore
#611990
© Christina Jablonski
Oncidium Goldiana Orchids,
#611940
© Christina Jablonski
Dendrobium Joaquim Alberto
#612321
© Christina Jablonski
Dendrobium Masako Kotaishi
#611993
© Christina Jablonski
Mokara Orchids, Singapore
#611994
© Christina Jablonski
Dendrobium orchids, Singapore
#611998
© Christina Jablonski
Orchid 7, Singapore Botanic
#611996
© Christina Jablonski
Vanda Robert's Delight
#611997
© Christina Jablonski
Dendrobium Gyula Horn,
#612000
© Christina Jablonski
Dendrobium Tien Soeharto,
#612300
© Christina Jablonski
Red orchid, Singapore
#612301
© Christina Jablonski
Dendrobium White Fairy Orchid,
#612001
© Christina Jablonski
Orchid, Singapore
#612302
© Christina Jablonski
Mokara orchid, Singapore
#612002
© Christina Jablonski
Dendrobium White Fairy,
#611999
© Christina Jablonski

 

Photo Captions for Orchids of Singapore

Image #1. Mokara orchid, Singapore Chao Praya Dot Com (Christine Alba)orchid, Singapore Botanic Gardens

Image #2. Vanda Usha Orchids, Singapore Botanic Gardens This orchid is named after Madame Usha Narayanan, wife of the President of India.

Image #3. Oncidium Goldiana Orchids, Singapore Singapore Botanic Gardens

Image #4. Dendrobium Joaquim Alberto Chrissano Orchid, Singapore VIP section of the National Orchid Garden.

Image #5. Dendrobium Masako Kotaishi Hidenka, Singapore Those snow white orchids bare the name of Princess of Japan, Masako Kotaishi Hidenka. It celebraties her wedding to Prince Naruhito in 1993.

Image #6. Mokara Orchids, Singapore Botanic Gardens This yellow Mokara orchid was photographed at the National Orchid Garden.

Image #7. Dendrobium orchids, Singapore Botanic Gardens With its white, pale green stripes and purple flowers, this stunning orchid is possibly the Dendrobium Noporn Bright Star.

Image #8. Orchid 7, Singapore Botanic Gardens This small orchid grows in a sheltered area of the National Orchid Garden in Singapore. Name not known.

Image #9. Vanda Robert's Delight Orchids, Singapore Singapore Botanic Gardens

Image #10. Dendrobium Gyula Horn, Singapore Bearing the name of His Excellency Mr Gyula Horn, former Hungarian Prime Minister, this orchid is a hybrid of Dendrobium Jaq Beauty and Dendrobium Genting Blue. This photograph was taken in the VIP section of the National Orchid Garden.

Image #11. Dendrobium Tien Soeharto, Singapore The photograph of this hybrid of Den Noor Aishah and Den Schulleri was taken at the VIP part of the National Orchid Garden.

Image #12. Red orchid, Singapore Singapore Botanic Gardens - possibly aranthera orchid

Image #13. Dendrobium White Fairy Orchid, Singapore Dendrobium orchids are very popular and grow in a range of climatic conditions from Korea and Japan to New Zealand. The masses of this beautiful plant adorn the spaces of the National Orchid Garden in Singapore.

Image #14. Orchid, Singapore Possibly a Vanda orchid, this cluster of hot pink flower was found at the National Orchids Garden.

Image #15. Mokara orchid, Singapore The photo of this delicate purple beauty, Mokara Chak Kuan Blue orchid, was taken at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Image #16. Dendrobium White Fairy, Singapore Botanic Gardens Dendrobium White Fairy grows in masses along some of the pathways and under the trees in the National Orchid Garden. In those areas one feels as if walking through the white wonderland.

 

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