Epipactis helleborine

Epipactis helleborine



Oxycode a natural alkaloid of the orchid Epipactis helleborine

02/07/2017
10:20 | Olivia Holiday
Epipactis helleborine
Oxycode a natural alkaloid of the orchid Epipactis helleborine

Eight populations of Epipactis helleborine (L.) Crantz originating from the be on the look out for false helleborine This plants flowers look a bit.

The long hydrocarbon tail present on the primary amine of 3-{2-{3- -3-indol would make a straight-up A/B tricky, although it might be possible to attack the oxybenzene attached.

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This is going to be another double post because of the restriction where I need 5 posts moderated to speak freely. Not that I'm complaining, I like this place.

Extracting the seems like a nice, efficient way to die.

You could run a column. A big long damn column.

Adirondack Wildflowers Helleborine Orchid Epipactis helleborine

02/07/2017
08:00 | Ethan Adamson
Epipactis helleborine
Adirondack Wildflowers Helleborine Orchid Epipactis helleborine

Helleborine Orchid (Epipactis helleborine) is a non-native plant which produces small purplish green flowers in the summer. It grows along trails and in.

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Epipactis helleborine (Helleborine) Minnesota Wildflowers

02/07/2017
06:20 | Olivia Holiday
Epipactis helleborine
Epipactis helleborine (Helleborine) Minnesota Wildflowers

Photos and information about Minnesota flora - Helleborine: spike-like cluster of irregular ½ to ¾ inch flowers, yellowish to purple petals and 3 broad light green.

I work for a small restoration company and we found a very small population of this plant on a restoration easement in Minnetonka.

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The lowest leaf is smaller than those above it, then they gradually become smaller and proportionay narrower as they ascend the stem, reducing to bracts in the flower cluster. The stem is light green and covered in short hairs. Leaves are 1½ to 6 inches long, ½ to 3 inches wide, oval to lance-elliptic with pointed tips, toothless and hairless with prominent parallel veins and slightly wavy edges, and clasping the stem.

Map of native plant purveyors in the upper midwest.

Up to 50 irregular, stalked flowers are loosely to densely arranged in a spike-like raceme at the top of the stem.

Epipactis

02/07/2017
11:30 | Olivia Holiday
Epipactis helleborine
Epipactis

Epipactis, or Helleborine, is a genus of terrestrial orchids consisting of approximay 70 species. This genus is abbreviated as Epcts in horticultural trade.

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The lip is divided in a bowl-shaped hypochile, with the outer surface greenish-white and threaded with dark veins. The wavy, snow-white epichile is fan-shaped.

Their color can vary from greenish-white to violet and purple. Their bilaterally symmetrical colorful flowers grow from a terminal raceme. The three sepals and the two lateral petals are ovate and acuminate.

This genus is abbreviated as Epcts in horticultural trade. Epipactis, or Helleborine, is a genus of terrestrial orchids consisting of approximay 70 species.

One species from Europe, Broad-leaved Helleborine ( Epipactis helleborine ), is invasive in North America.

Epipactis helleborine

02/07/2017
12:40 | Madison Holmes
Epipactis helleborine
Epipactis helleborine

Epipactis helleborine, the broad-leaved helleborine, is a terrestrial species of orchid. Its nodding flowers vary from greenish pink to purple, and it prefers shaded.

Epipactis helleborine grows to a height of 80 cm and has broad dull green leaves which are strongly ribbed and flat. The flowers are arranged in long drooping racemes with dull green sepals and shorter upper petals. The lower labellum is pale red and is much shorter than the upper petals.

Epipactis helleborine, the broad-leaved helleborine, is a terrestrial species of orchid. Its nodding flowers vary from greenish pink to purple, and it prefers shaded woodland environments.

Found in woods and hedge-banks and often, in Belfast, not far from paths near human activity. Eight varieties of Epipactis helleborine in central Europe (Lower Silesia, Poland) had their nectar studied and they were found to contain naturally occurring oxycodone (as well as another narcotic like opioid ) in minute amounts.

It is widespread across much of Europe and Asia from Portugal to China, as well as northern Africa. In North America, it is widely naturalized mostly in the Northeastern United States, eastern Canada and the Great Lakes Region, but also in scattered locations in other parts of the continent. In the US it is sometimes referred to as the "weed orchid" or "weedy orchid" and is increasingly considered invasive, in areas including Michigan, Wisconsin and the San Francisco Bay Area.

A rather long list of names have been proposed for subspecies, varieties and forms of Epipactis helleborine, far too many to list here. This is not unusual for such a widespread species. At present (June 2014) only the following are accorded international acceptance: