Phalaenopsis petit-mini

Phalaenopsis amabilis

  • Phalaenopsis petit-mini
  • Phalaenopsis petit-mini
  • Flower name
    Phalaenopsis petit-mini
  • Scientific name
    Phalaenopsis amabilis
  • Alias
  • Place of origin Gardening variety, (Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Himalayas, Australia north)
  • Place of floweringGreenhouse, Potted flower
  • Flowering season

What is Phalaenopsis petit-mini

Phalaenopsis petit-mini (scientific name: Phalaenopsis petit-mini) is a mini varieties of non-cold-resistant perennial "Moth orchid, scientific name: Phalaenopsis aphrodite" of the family Orchidaceae. A lot of small petals and small annular flowers blooming with equestris, Dolitus Purquelima etc. as parents.
Although normal size Phalaenopsis is often sent to public places, such as shops and companies that have been modified, in the case of mini, people who feel free to give and receive will also feel free to decorate. Mini is small (low) in height, small in occupied space, small in flower diameter, and low in price (cheap). Those with flower diameters of 4 to 5 cm are mini phalahedron orchids, those with a slightly larger diameter (flower size 6 to 9 cm) are Midi, butterfly orchids, and larger ones are ordinary butterfly orchids.

Common name: Phalaenopsis petit-mini (Scientific name: Phalaenopsis petit-mini), aka: Moth orchid, Minchophala butter orchid, Phalaenopsis, Orchid , Place of Origin: Gardening variety, (Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Himalayas, Australia north), plant height: 15 to 30 cm, flower size: 4 to 5 cm, flowering period: December to May ), Number of petals: 5, Distance: None, Flower color: Peach · White · Yellow · Red.

  • Order
  • Family
  • Genus
  • Species
    P. petit-mini
  • Type of flower
    Left-right symmetrical flower
  • Array of flower
    Gross inflorescence
  • Petal shape
  • Leaf type
  • Edge of the leaf
  • Life typenon-cold-resistant perennial
  • Flower colorsWhite
  • Colors of the leavesGreen
  • Fruit colorGreen
  • Height15.0 ~ 30.0 cm
  • Diameter of flower4.0 ~ 5.0 cm

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