Terrestrial Orchids

Terrestrial orchids are a group of orchids that grow in soil rather than on trees or other surfaces. They are native to a variety of environments, including forests, grasslands, and deserts, and are adapted to thrive in these terrestrial habitats.

Terrestrial orchids are typically smaller and more compact than epiphytic orchids, which grow on trees or other surfaces. They have roots that are adapted for absorbing water and nutrients from the soil, and often have thick, fleshy leaves and stems that help to store water and nutrients.

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