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January-Dendrobium
February-Lycaste
March-Zygopetalum
April-Odontglossum
May-Masdevallia
June-Vanda
July-Paphiopedilum
August-Phalaenopsis
September-Oncidium
October-Cattleya
November-Epidendrum
December-Cymbidium


What is your birth-orchid?
April-Odontglossum
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Original HabitCentral American and South American highlands  over 2000 meters high. They grow on the ground in Cloud Forest, where it is always filled with clouds and mist throughout the year.
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Derivation The name came from the Greek words Odentos (meaning “tooth”) and Glossa (meaning “tongue”). It means “tooth and tongue,” because the flower looks like a tooth and a tongue. Maybe?
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History This orchid became well known after Princess Diana used these flowers for her wedding bouquet. In the East, they call this orchid a shooting star orchid, because the shape of the flowers is like a star.
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The Meaning of the Flower Special one
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