Archive for Order: Asparagales

Phalaenopsis cornu-cervi

Phalaenopsis cornu-cervi (Breda) Blume & Rchb. f.

Recent Synonyms:

Status: Native; Extinct.

Growth Form or Habit: Epiphyte.

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Istana; Cultivated; 2011.

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Istana; Cultivated; 2011.

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Bulbophyllum vaginatum

Bulbophyllum vaginatum (Lindl.) Rchb. f.

Recent Synonyms: –.

Status: Native; Endangered

Growth Form or Habit: Epiphyte.

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Bukit Brown Cemetery; 2011.

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Bukit Brown Cemetery; 2011.

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Dianella ensifolia

Dianella ensifolia (L.) DC.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native, Common.

Growth Form or Habit: Herb.


2011.

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Central Catchment Nature Reserve; 2011.

Fruits
HortPark; Cultivated; 2010.

More pictures can be found at

(1) The Plant Observatory website

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Cymbidium bicolor ssp. pubescens

Cymbidium bicolor Lindl. ssp. pubescens (Lindl.) Du Pay & Cribb

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Critically endangered.

Growth Form or Habit: Epiphyte.

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Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve; Cultivated; 2011.

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Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve; Cultivated; 2011.

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Arachnis hookeriana

Arachnis hookeriana (Hook. f.) Schltr.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Critically endangered.

Growth Form or Habit: Climber.

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Sarawak, Bako National Park; 2009.

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Sansevieria trifasciata

Sansevieria trifasciata Prain

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Growth Form or Habit: Herb.

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Hougang; Cultivated; 2010.

Other Information:

Common Name: Mother-in-law’s Tongue.

More pictures can be found at

(1) The Plant Observatory website

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Crinum asiaticum

Crinum asiaticum L.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Native; Critically endangered. Cultivated.

Growth Form or Habit: Herb.

Flowers
Punggol End; Cultivated; 2010.

Fruits
Kranji Nature Trail; Coastal; 2010.

Other Information:

Common Names: Spider Lily, Crinum Lily.

More pictures can be found at

(1) The Plant Observatory website

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