Indonesia's national flower
- Flower nameMoth orchid
- Scientific namePhalaenopsis aphrodite
- Aliasファレノプシス, Phalaenopsis, 胡蝶蘭, moth orchid, モスオーキッド
- Place of originTropical regions in Southeast Asia such as the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia
- Place of floweringGreenhouse
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May, December
- Language of flowersHappiness comes up
What is Moth orchid
Moth orchid or Phalaenopsis aphrodite ( scientific name: Phalaenopsis aphrodite) is native to the tropical region of Southeast Asia such as the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, etc. It is non-cold-resistant perennial of the genus Falunopsis of the Orchidaceae. It makes roots in trees in tropical regions like Southeast Asia and live by taking nutrients from the trees. The flower stems from the axila elongate in an arcuate shape, and several to dozens of elegant white flowers bloom. The leaves are thick and wide, and several sheets are taken out from the root in pairs. It is used as an upscale gift-giving flower. The flower language "Happiness comes up".
Phylaenopsis midy and Mini Phalaenopsis orchid (Scientific name: Phalaenopsis petit - mini) are small butterfly orchid orchids, which are popular recently because they can enjoy casually without taking up space. There are abundant flower colors, white · pale peach · red · crimson etc. Amabilis is a clean flower with white petals and thin yellow lip. In addition to the miniature butterfly, petals and lip are red mantenko (full red), petals are pale pink, lip is pink pink linelin, petal streaks are in white petals, lips are red lanterns, pink streaks enter There are candy of deep red lips in petals.
Common name: Moth orchid, scientific name: Phalaenopsis aphrodite, National flower: Indonesia, aka: Phalaenopsis orchids , fans, fallen, origin: Tropical regions in Southeast Asia such as the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, plant height: 20-100 cm, flower diameter: 2 ~ 12 cm, flowering: December - May (anniversary flowers), flower color: peach, white, yellow, Orange and green.