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Pink and Blue Orchids Puzzle Details:

About: In this new puzzle we feature some beautiful pink and blue orchid flowers. Like you can see in this flower themed puzzle, orchids have colorful and often fragrant flowers. There are about 28,000 currently accepted species of orchid. Some have single flowers, but most have a racemose inflorescence, sometimes with a large number of flowers. They also come in a variety of colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue purple, pink, white or combine one or more shades to produce bicolored varieties.
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