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Mr Jannink, 42, who runs a motorbike company in Malvern, Worcestershire, and has been a wildflower enthusiast since his childhood, said yesterday: "To be honest, I was ready to give up, and the feeling when I saw it was of relief more than anything.
My audience with a rare orchid In mystique, there is only one other flower in the whole of the British flora with which the ghost orchid, Epigogium aphyllum, can be compared, and that is another orchid species – the lady's slipper.
For more than half a century, only a single plant of this purple and yellow bloom existed and during its flowering season it was guarded around the clock at its secret location.
On spotting it, Mr Jannink exclaimed: "Hello you – so there you are!
" There had been no previous ghost orchid sighting in Britain since a single plant was found in Buckinghamshire in 1986.