These little lovelies, the only tree orchids which grow in north Florida, are supposed to bloom in the early spring through summer.
We have yet to record a month when these are not blooming on Womack Creek.
We’ve seen increasing number of these orchids in other north Florida watery venues, so perhaps, something about the weather and growing conditions is encouraging their growth. These orchids seem to be able to withstand hard frost. But most live where water may moderate the temperature.
Still, nowhere else, have we seen them bloom constantly.