- Flower nameEpidendrum Epidendrum orchid
- Scientific nameEpidendrum radicans
- AliasEpidendrum orchid
- Place of originCentral and South America
- Place of floweringGreenhouse
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April, May, June, July, August
- Language of flowersJudgment
What is Epidendrum Epidendrum orchid
Epidendrum (scientific name: Epidendrum radicans) is native to Latin America and is non-cold-resistant evergreen perennial of the family orchidaceae. Cattleya is a closely related species, from spring to summer, a lot of colorful florets can bloom from flower stalks. Epi is a word expressing "above" and dendrum is a word expressing "tree", "tree", that is, many species to be born. The leaves are thick and attached in a line to each other, making me think of succulent plants.
General name: Epidendrum, Scientific name:Epidendrum radicans, aka: Epidendrum orchid, epidendrum, epidendron, Origin: Latin America, height: 30-300 cm, color: red, yellow, purple, white, peach, flower diameter: 1-2 cm, flowering time: February-August (unscheduled).