- Flower nameDendrobium smirie
- Scientific nameDendorobium nobile fma. carnea 'mari'
- Place of origin Horticulture variety, tropical Asia
- Place of floweringPotted flower
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April, May
What is Dendrobium smirie
Dendrobium nobile Carnea 'Mari' (Scientific name: Dendorobium nobile fma. Carnea 'Mari') is an perennial orchid of the family Orchidaceae. It is an orchid of dendrobium nobile system. Den. nobile fma. Carnea 'Mari' (Exhibitor: Mr. Kazuko Ishida)
Potted plants are 20 to 80 cm in plant length, and densely attach many flowers to the joints of a thick, upright bulb. The leaves are short, oblong, thick and round. The flowers are white flowers, 2 - 3 cm in diameter, and February to March. Two scoliosis pieces, two side petals, and one back piece are lanceolate, and the edges of the side petals are wavy. The inside of the lip is light pink.
General name: Dendrobium nobile Carnea 'Mari' , scientific name: Dendorobium nobile fma. Carnea 'Mari', Origin: Horticulture variety, tropical Asia, Plant height: 20 - 80 cm , Leaf shape: long oval to lanceolate, leaf quality: glossy, flower color: white, flower diameter: 2 to 3 cm, flowering: spring to summer.