- Flower nameDactylorhiza Aristata
- Scientific nameDactylorhiza aristata
- Place of originThe northern hemisphere
- Place of flowering
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
- Language of flowersA man of merit
What is Dactylorhiza Aristata
Dactylorhiza Aristata or Hakusan Chidori (Scientific name: Dactylorhiza aristata) is a perennial of Orchidaceae growing naturally in the alpine wetland of the Northern Hemisphere. From the early summer to the summer, the racemic inflorescences are extended from the flower stem tip and several ten pink pink florets are made to bloom. Small florets are lobular in shape and are helical in shape. There is a dark purple spot on the lip valve, and the tip breaks three. The calyx and side pieces are sharp and pointed with their tips extended. Leaves are stuck to several stems in pairs. The Japanese name was named because Chidori is flying and there are many places blooming in Hakusan. Hana language is "owner of beauty".
Generic name: Dactylorhiza Aristata or Hakusan Chidori, Scientific name: Dactylorhiza aristata, Origin: Northern Hemisphere, Environment: Takayama wetlands, plant height: 10 to 40 cm, leaves Body: 10 to 15 cm, leaf shape: linear or lanceolate shape, flower shape: head shape, flower color: dense peach, flowering period: late May to late July, flower diameter: 2 cm, distance: 1 to 1.5 cm.