White Color Orchid
Orchids were once considered a rich man's plant because they were so difficult to propagate
Common Name - White color orchid
The white orchid symbolizes purity, perfection, hope, and innocence. White orchids are often used in wedding bouquets and other wedding adornments because of the hope and purity they symbolize. Orchids are different from other flowering plants because they package their pollen in small, waxy bundles. These bundles are called pollinia. Insects come to the orchids and collect the pollen and then carry the pollen from orchid to orchid. No pollen grains are lost. The white Dendrobium orchid has butterfly-shaped blooms. This orchid creates a beautiful display and would be appropriate in an arrangement as an expression of sympathy or admiration or as a business gift.