Paphiopedilum 'sakhachr' (scientific name:Paphiopedilum ' sukhakulii') is a Orchid Evergreen perennial native to Thailand. The dorsal sepals (on the sepals) onion shape, thin Green District contains the vertical stripes of dark green. Side petals are symmetrical, wide and long reddish-brown spots scattered thin green district.
Under the sepals (LIP) is a reddish-brown bag. Generic name: Paphiopedilum 'sakhachr' (Paphiopedilum ' sukhakulii') scientific name:Paphiopedilum 'sukhakulii' classification name: Plantae Angiosperm monocot and kidikaxi eyes run of the genus Paphiopedilum, origin: Thailand, height: 20-40 cm, flowering: October-next year may, flower size: 6-12 cm, origin: Thailand, living type: Evergreen perennial, height: 20-40 cm, single stem species, leaf: oblong, leaf color: green, leaf arrangement: 3-5 blooms, left-right asymmetric flowers, Inflorescence: raceme, Corolla: or chid, stamens and pistils: coalescence, dorsal sepals (on the sepals): onion shape in vertical stripes of dark green thin green district, the side petals: left and right symmetrical, wide, reddish-brown spots scattered many thin green district, under the sepals (LIP): reddish-brown bag