- Flower nameAlpinia intermedia
- Scientific nameAlpinia intermedia
- Place of originChina, Taiwan, Japan
- Place of floweringOrchard
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Alpinia intermedia
Aonokmatakelan (Aono-bears bamboo orchid, scientific name:Alpinia intermedia) is a ginger of Alpinia perennial native to Japan, Taiwan and China.
Honshu in Japan-will grow on the forest floor near the Okinawan coast. Generic name: aonokmatakelan (Aono bear bamboo orchid), scientific name:Alpinia intermedia, aka: taymaztiouga (torch ginger), Phihippin waxflrower, category name: Plantae Angiosperm gate Monocots rope ginger eyes ginger of Alpinia, origin: China Taiwan, Japan, Habitat: Japan Honshu-near the coast of Okinawa, and environment: tropical forest floor, height: 100-150 cm, leaf: oblong, canopy: length: 30-50 cm, leaf width: 6-10 cm, inflorescence shape: conical or racemes, Corolla length: 2 cm, flower, white, flowering period: June-August, fruit: capsule and ripens fruit, Fruit diameter: 1 cm, fruit shape: round,