Thursday, June 24, 2010
Arundina graminifolia [D Don] Hochr. 1910
This orchid, when it doesn't show its flower, will be likely mistankenly identified as grass or as such because its appearance has much resemblance with grass or any gramineae family. But sometimes closer look will find that this plant produce keikis on its cane, which is absolutely no sign of gramineae. At first I didn't believe at all that this is an orchid species, later friend of mine showed me some keikis near the top of the cane, and finally I believed that it is an orchid. And now, after saw the flower by myself, I know I like this flower, it is beautiful and looks like dendrobium.