Oblong and somewhat rectangular shape, but with rounded corners (leaf).
One of the more refined and sensitive varieties of orchids.
Leaf that form a pair with leaf born from the same node, but on the opposing side.
Margin with an egg shape
Basal part of a flower where the seeds are formed. The wall of the ovary becomes the wall of the fruit. (Also see Flower, Fruit).
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Black Tulip: Elegance, sophistication, also known as the Queen of the Night
Pinching: Pruning method, also known as pinching back, entails removing soft buds, with the thumb and indicator finger, to induce branching growth