The unique type of species a night-flowering orchid that is a first of its kind has been described by a team of botanists not known to science before this.
The behavior it has adopted remains a mystery and an expert says that the "remarkable" species is the only orchid known to consistently flower at night.
This wild flower species was first time discovered by a Dutch researcher during an expedition to New Britain that is an island near Papua New Guinea.
These findings related to that new wild flowers discovery appear in the Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society.
During a field trip in a region of lowland rainforest on the Pacific island, the specimen was discovered by co-author Ed de Vogel that is related to flower discovery in the history of Pacific island.
When the specimen was taken to the Netherlands for examination it explores the unique behavior of this wild flower species and it can be availed for making any flower delivery to Netherlands or to send flowers to Netherland.
The facts about the plant are very surprising as it opens a few hours after sunset and remain open until a few hours after sunrise. The flower plant opened for one night only, appeared to be withered the next day these are the unique behavior of it.
The specimen of flower plant has been known as belonging to the Bulbophyllum genus that is having about 2,000 species and in the orchid family is the largest group.