My weeds to wildflowers body of work is growing at an enormous rate. I've found myself making ranges of what appears to be very similar styled species but the more I look at the flowers varieties the more variations I find within each group. Orchids are one of these and they seem to be shapes within shapes put together like puzzles to make an abundance of choice. When I look at wild orchids there are 1200 - 1400 species to choose from but I've still managed to make a few of my own highbred designs.
Here is a beautiful photo collage of native wild orchids in Australia on: www.cpbr.gov.au
Identifying Australian orchid Genera
I still find it fascinating that for every wildflower I find there is a similar looking flower that is considered to be a weed.