The flowers, native to South and Central America, resemble butterflies in that the two upper petals are narrow and antennae-like, the two lateral sepals are larger and look like speckled wings, and the central lip is generally solid, similar to the body of the insect. Generally, the lip is yellow and the remaining petals and sepals are mostly red-brown, yellow, or orange. P. Papilio is a popular ornamental species with a number of vegetable cultivars.
How to plant?
- Fill seeds in warm water for 24 hours
- Fill seeds in cold water for 72 hours.
- Put seeds in wet soil for 1.5cm cover with plastic
- Water every day, the seeds will sprout in 15 days.
Now Please feel free to enjoy our flowers.