The Orchid has earned a worldwide reputation, perhaps, more than any other flower in the world. The beauty and variety have made the Orchid a symbol of the exaltation of romanticism.
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When a man gives an orchid as a gift, he gives his heart. That is why it has been portrayed in verses and sonnets, in films and plays. But, there is a plant that deserves to be rescued for its enormous qualities.
Orchids belong to the monocotyledonous plant family. Its most distinctive features are given by the complexity of its flowers – the most varied shapes and colors, even in the same plant – and the ecological interaction.
Its strong capacity to adapt to the environment where it is found. That is why, despite being a plant typical of tropical climates, the Orchid has been changing to all weathers, and today we find diverse species in almost all the world.
In the orchid family, approximately 25 thousand species have been registered. Also, flower growers have developed some 60,000 hybrid varieties. These are numbers worthy of note.
The Orchid is an herbaceous perennial plant. These plants can grow in a terrestrial manner, epiphytes, and sometimes as saprophytes. They feed on the decomposition of terrestrial microorganisms.
It is precisely its flower that has made the Orchid such a highly regarded plant. Botanists claim that this family of plants has the most excellent variety of flowers – each one of them of unparalleled beauty – and this is due to its high adaptability to pollinating agents.
Their colors and shapes adapt to the needs of attracting different insects and animals. It depends on the region where each variety of Orchid is grown.
The flowers are formed in their external structure by three sepals that surround three petals, all supported by a labellum. Both their petals and sepals acquire, according to the species, very diverse and striking forms.
The flower of the Orchid does not generally present uniform colors. On the contrary, each flower offers a range and patterns of great attraction, which serve to attract pollinating agents. This plant is a great producer of nectar, with which pollinators are rewarded.