- Flower nameAngraecum leonis
- Scientific nameAngraecum leonis
- AliasAngraecum leonis
- Place of origin
- Place of floweringGreenhouse
- Flowering season
What is Angraecum leonis
Angraecum Leonis (scientific name: Angraecum leonis) is an evergreen perennial of the genus Angraecum of the Orchidaceae family in Madagascar and Comoroshima. It is a miniature orchid of the original species that is growing on rock and trunks. It blossoms at night during spring and gives a fragrance. Flowers are light green for the first few days, but after that they turn white. The flower has a thin calyx and side petals, a trumpet-shaped lip valve and a long distance. Honey is collected in the distance, and it is an insect flower with a moth that sucks it in the locality.
Common name: Angraecum leonis, Scientific name: Angraecum leonis, Origin: Madagascar and Comoro Island, leaves: thick, fan-shaped, flower color: thin Green → white, flower size: 6 cm, plant height: 15 to 30 cm, flowering period: April to May, flower holding: 25 to 30 days.