What is Orchid Nago
Orchid Nago (scientific name:Phalaenopsis japonica) is a perennial Evergreen Evergreen epiphytic orchids of Phalaenopsis genus. Native to Mt. Yae in Nago city, Okinawa Prefecture, was found for the first time in Japan that has been named. Bloom flower fragrant racemes grew from a long stalk from between the leaves in the summer, strong 5-6 pieces. Side sepals of the flower and lip purple striped pattern or markings.
Common name: Orchid Nago
Sientific name:Phalaenopsis japonica
Origin: Japan and Korean peninsula Habitat: Pacific tropical-, Shikoku, Kyushu, Ryukyu
Leaf: in April, leaf length: 10 cm, leaf width: 3 cm, leaf: oblong, stem length: 5-12 cm, flowering: May-August, flower diameter: place side sepals and the lip is purple striped pattern and the pattern of flowers, 3 cm, color: white or pale yellow in winter: axillary, dormancy,