- Flower nameVanda falcata
- Scientific nameVanda falcata
- Alias風蘭, フウキラン, 富貴蘭
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Horticultural species, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Vanda falcata
Vanda falcata is a hardy perennial orchids of Vanda genus native to Japan. Evergreen trees such as FIR and Quercus salicina flowers, evening-out fragrant at night. Thick, green leaves are slender and, among leaves out a lot of white, thick roots. Flowers consists of tall, stand 5 petaled flower on white or red-purple with flowers than long distance. In gardening plant names is called Fuki Orchid, has grown since the Edo period. This species is closely related with Banda and ascosentram, has been breeding many hybrids based on Hardy.
General name: Vanda falcata, scientific name:Vanda falcata, former scientific name:Neofinetia falcata , origin: Japan, Habitat: Central Honshu-Kyushu, Okinawa, environment: Evergreen epiphytic, aka: Fuki Orchid, height: 5-20 cm, flowering: 6-August, flower color: white, pale pink, red-purple, pale yellow, petals number: Star: narrow obovate, up at the tip, the lip valve series: advanced in five, 3crack, Distance: Yes, features: Oriental orchids, epiphytes on trees, aromatic and.