Helleborine

Helleborine is the common name for a number of species of orchid. It does not correspond to any currently used taxonomic category. Some of the plants called helleborines are classified in the genus Epipactis, some in genus Cephalanthera. A genus Helleborine was formerly recognised but has now been absorbed into the Grass pink genus Calapogon.

Other articles related to "helleborine, helleborines":

Epipactis - Species
... Epipactis atrorubens (Hoffm.) Besser Dark Red Helleborine, Royal Helleborine (Europe to Caucasus) ... Ströhle Epipactis bithynica (Turkey) - now synonym of Epipactis helleborine subsp ... (Mered'a Potek) P.Delforge Epipactis gigantea Stream Orchid, Chatterbox, Giant Helleborine (W ...
Shelleyan Orphan - Career
... In 1987, the band released their first of four albums Helleborine ... Named after the Helleborine orchid said to have the power to cure madness, the album was recorded at Abbey Road Studios with producer Haydn Bendall ... Helleborine included an assortment of guest musicians including Stuart Elliott (the drummer for Kate Bush), and Kate's brother Paddy Bush ...
Epipactis Helleborine
... Epipactis helleborine (Broad-leaved Helleborine) is a Palearctic orchid that has been introduced to several regions of North America ...
Cephalanthera
... recognised, several of them common in Europe, for example the Sword-leaved Helleborine C ... Several of the European species have common names including the word "helleborine", but this name does not correspond to any modern taxon, and orchids in other genera are also called helleborines ... damasonium, the European White Helleborine ...
Sword-leaved Helleborine
... longifolia, common name the Sword-leaved Helleborine or Narrow-leaved Helleborine, is an herbaceous perennial plant with rhizome belonging to the family Orchidaceae ...