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Orchid: Correspondences
Orchis spp. Folk Names: Levant, Salap, Sahlab, Sahleb, Salep, Saloop, Satyrion Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Power: Love...
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Sign Characteristics: Scorpio
Quadruplicity Fix Day of the week Tuesday Birthstones Coral Ruby Topaz Colours Black Ochre Violet Flowers Orchid Gardenia Dahlia Metals Iron Platinum Essences Cinnamon Patchouli Animals Mole Snake Dormouse GENERAL FEATURES Water sign ruled by Mars. Scorpios'...
Astrology >> Scorpio

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Suggested News Resources

San Diego County Orchid Society Celebrates 70th Birthday With Annual Show
San Diego County Orchid Society member Pam Peters stood before a collection of judges for a primer on the morning competition. "Remember that each plant belongs to someone," Peters said. "So keep your opinions on the positive side.
Phipps and the Orchid Society team up at annual Orchid Show
After years of collaboration, the Orchid Society of Western Pennsylvania made its relationship to Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens official in 2011.
Taiwan orchid show helps local industry bloom
Taiwan orchid show helps local industry bloom A locally grown Paphiopedilum orchid is awarded Grand Champion status by a panel of industry experts from home and abroad at 2016 Taiwan International Orchid Show. (CNA). Taiwan International Orchid ...
Annual orchid show commences
Premier Simon Chang (張善政), who attended yesterday's event, said Taiwan's orchid exports are about US$200 million per year, adding that moth orchids and dancing-doll orchids are especially popular. On Friday, an opening ceremony was held for the ...
Dracula orchid flowers mimic mushrooms to attract flies
In the cloud forests of Central and South America live masters of disguise. Some species of orchid have evolved an unusual solution to pollination in forests with few bees: part of their flowers look and smell like mushrooms.

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