Gorgeous Machine Embroidery Design Beautiful orchids will decorate home textiles and bring particular charm to the interior. A circle of bright exotic flowers can be used as a frame for lettering or monograms, and each of semicircular branches – as a corner decor. Embroidery will look fantastic on sets for kitchen and dining room, as well as on bedspreads or cushions, as shown in the picture.
Orchids were among the first flowering plants appearing on earth, even before the extinction of dinosaurs. For more than 70 million years they spread across the planet excluding ice-covered Antarctica, of course. Now there are up to 35 thousand original species of orchids and more than 150 thousand hybrids, and that number continues to grow.
A vast majority of orchids like warm and humid tropical climate, many thrive in temperate latitudes. The most common are those called epiphytes. From Greek this word literally translates as “upon plant”, which means a specific mode of existence, when a smaller plant is fixed and lives on the other, a larger and more sustainable one. Epiphytes require reliable support, but they are not parasites. Cut off from the earth, orchids produce all the necessary substances through photosynthesis, and get moisture from dew, fog or rain water.
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In a huge diversity of these flowers you can find species of any color, even black. Different coloring of petals is also possible, look as an example on the Machine Embroidery Design Beautiful orchids. Nor less extensive is the range of flavors, varying from delicate honey notes to a sharp smell of rotten meat, which attracts flesh-eating insects. Few people know that one of famous and indispensable to the food industry spices – vanilla, is extracted from pods of the Vanilla orchid.
Some members of the orchid family bloom continuously, others have a distinct period of rest. The Night orchid, native to New Guinea, got its name since its petals are opened only in the dark. Also there are species that start blooming only after several years of life. A very rare and expensive one is the Gold of Kinabalu. Who wants to buy its shoots will have to pay a significant amount of money, about 5 thousand dollars, and to wait for the blooming at least 15 years!
Machine Embroidery Design Beautiful orchids have a great advantage over real flowers, because on your textile they will bloom all year round.