Flower NameNoble orchid
Formal NameCymbidium goeringii
Alias春蘭, Noble Orchid, 日本春蘭, 東洋蘭
HabitatJapan to China
Noble orchid, called Cymbidium goeringii (scientific name:Cymbidium goeringii) is native to China from Japan, and is a wild orchid of the Orchidaceae family. It is a geosperm orchid that grows wild in mountainous areas and takes root in the ground. The plant height stands up at about 30 cm at most. The leaves are rooted leaves and saw-toothed at the edges of the leaves. The stems are loosely covered with white to pink thin skin with false corms.In the spring, bloom one stem and one flower at the tip of the stem tip. The flower is a triangle with two scaly pieces and one upper scaly piece, and each is green and lancet shaped. The two lateral petals are covered with green moss to protect the pillars. There is one lip flap, with red-purple ridges on a white background, and the tip is wound inside. It was named from the blooming orchid in spring. It is cultivated for ornamental use as a oriental orchid. Flower language is "the heart that is not decorated".
Generic name: Noble orchid, scientific name: Cymbidium goeringii, aka: Cymbidium goeringii, life style: wild orchids, origin: Japan - China, living environment: Mountainous area, plant height: 10 - 30 cm, leaf shape: linear, leaf edge: serrated, flower color:green, flower diameter: 4 - 6 cm, flowering period: March to May, applications: potted plants, wild plants, orchid tea, remarks: classical horticultural plants.
Flower typeZygomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placeGreenhouse cultivated variety Low mountain
SeasonMar Apr May
Height10 ~ 30 [cm]
Diameter4 ~ 6