What is Paphiopedilum insigne
Paphiopedilum Rosteridianum (scientific name: Paphiopedilum rothschildianum) is an intrinsic species of Mountain Kinabalu in Borneo and is a non-cold-resistant evergreen perennial of the genus Pfiopopeidum. It was discovered in the vicinity of Mt. Kinabalu in northern Borneo in 1888. Paphiopedilum has an interesting shape in which the lip is shaped like a bag. The flower is brown, and it is big even in the orchid family. Although it is an insect flower, it is not an insect flower, so the bag is not for insects. There are no valves peculiar to orchids, 6 to 8 long tongue-like root leaves are taken out, and flower buds are extended from the center. Flowering in the spring, multiple flowers bloom on one flower stalk.It is an original species of multiflora orchid, the representative variety, and it is used as a mating parent.here are also many self-matings, and many excellent flowers are produced. The genus name is "Paphiopedilum", species species "rothschildianum" is an orchard and a politician to Baron Ferdinand James de Rothschild.
Common name: Paphiopedilum · Rosteridianum, Scientific name: Paphiopedilum rothschildianum, Borneo, Valve: None, Leaf shape: Long tongue Flower color: Brown, Number of flowers: 2 ~ 6 (green), leaves color: green, number of leaves: 6 to 8 leaves, leaf length: 20 to 30 cm, leaves: alternate, inflorescence type: scattering inflorescence, flower stalk height: Ring / stem, flower size: 15 to 30 cm, flowering period: April to May (rarely bloom).