IN RARE FORM
Showcasing five types of orchids—Phalaenopsis, oncidium, cattleya, Miltoniopsis, vanda—bright fuzzy pops of dianthus, and lily and steel grass, Pradit Kan from KAN ORCHIDS AND FLOWERS (206-402-5696, kanflowers.com) called on childhood memories of his family farm in Thailand as well as training in Japan.
There’s just something so otherworldy—and then again earthy—about this ancient and prolific family of flowering plants. Throughout history, sensual side effects have been attributed to ingesting various orchid parts, which is no surprise when you consider that these sultry blossoms epitomize ecstasy, love, and beauty.
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