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While the vast majority of the 30,000 species of orchids are native to tropical and subtropical regions, about sixty are actually native to New York State!

To learn more about these extraordinary, and in many instances stunning beautiful native plants, click on the link below to go to the The Native Orchids of New York State website maintained by the SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry Roosevelt Wild Life Station.

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