Sesame is a plant in the Pedaliaceae family. This is probably one of the oldest crops in the world that is grown for its oil. The plant originally comes from Africa. In Africa, sesame seeds are often roasted and eaten just like peanuts. The plant’s roots are harvested in the summer and the seeds when the husks turn yellowy black. The Sesam phalaenopsis is named after the sesame plant because of the rich colour variegation in the flower. The fine speckling in the flower is reminiscent of sesame seed. Not edible this time, but still extremely beautiful!
He’s back - the warm yellow DesignZ with his dark red spots! Be charmed by the warm look and unusual markings.