Phalaenopsis lobbii f. flavilabia

Family: Orchidaceae

Countries: Asia, Bhutan, Himalayas, India, Myanmar, Sikkim, Vietnam

Phalaenopsis lobbii f. flavilabia is a form of miniature, epiphytic orchid, which produces rather cute, white and yellow coloured flowers.  This miniature orchid’s pastel yellow coloured blooms are very pretty indeed.  This particular orchid is the yellow flowered form of Phalaenopsis lobbii.

Phalaenopsis lobbii f. flavilabia blooms from late winter, through to mid to late spring.  Spring is this Phalaenopsis species’ main flowering time, but this miniature orchid may bloom twice a year or more, given favourable growing conditions.  Phalaenopsis lobbii f. flavilabia‘s rather endearing flowers flowers open in sequence, one flower opens first, and the other blooms open in succession.  The flowers may on occasion end up all being open at the same time, but this overlap helps to extend the plant’s flowering somewhat.

You can see an update for the same Phalaenopsis lobbii f. flavilabia specimen that’s pictured above; this post features photographs, with details and information of this plant’s growth and flowering in this Orchidarium Update.

You’ll find more photographs of this same Phalaenopsis lobbii f. flavilabia specimen in bloom, and more details of this plant’s favoured growing conditions, in this next update for my Orchidarium.

You can continue following this same Phalaenopsis lobbii f. flavilabia specimen’s journey and see this plant both in bud and in bloom, inside my Orchidarium, in this update.

To head over to the next update (2019-2021) for this Phalaenopsis lobbii f. flavilabia specimen and discover how this miniature orchid is growing inside my Orchidarium, please click here.

Alternatively, you can follow another of my Phalaenopsis lobbii f. flavilabia plants, and see this this plant as it grows, develops, and flowers, from April 2018 to March 2019, in this update for my Rainforest Terrarium, here.

This update, shows the same Phalaenopsis lobbii f. flavilabia plant as it develops inside my Rainforest Terrarium from March 2019 to April 2020.

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