Pterostylis nana

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    Pterostylis nana @ Tokyo Dome
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    Pterostylis nana @ Tokyo Dome

Basic information

Flower Name
Pterostylis nana
Formal Name
Pterostylis nana
Alias
dwarf snail orchid, Linguella nana, Pterostylis nana
Habitat
Australia
Morph
Non-cold-resistant and non-heat-tolerant of deciduous perennials, ground orchids

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What is Pterostylis nana

Dwarf snail orchid , scientific name:Pterostylis nana , is non-cold-resistant and non-heat-tolerant of deciduous perennials, ground orchids of the Orchidaceae department Pterostylis genus endemic to Australia. It lets a flower stalk stand straight in winter and makes flowers of the purple brown from 1 to several or the green bloom on the tip. The back sepal falls down before to close the cap with form of hat. The side sepals which there are two are like slim arms and seem to do 'banzai'. There is the labial palp inward.

Common name:Pterostylis Nana, scientific name: Pterostylis nana, aka:dwarf snail orchid, origin: Australia Southeast of environment: bright lucidophyllus life type: perennial bulb plant height: 10-30 cm, foliage: rosette-shaped, leaf length: 1-2 cm, flowering: December-April, flower diameter: 2-5 cm, color: green, purple-brown.

Detailed information

Order
Asparagales
Family
Orchidaceae
Genus
Pterostylis
Species
P. nana
Flower language
- ()
Flower type
Zygomorphic Flower
Flower array
Solitary Inflorescence
Petal shape
Galea
Leaf type
Ovate/Ovoid
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Pot flower
Color
Brown, Green
Season
JanFebMarAprAugSepDec
Height
10 ~ 30 [cm]
Diameter
2 ~ 5

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