Actual description:
Vanilla plants have a long, beefy climbing stem that connects to trees by flying rootlets; roots likewise infiltrate the dirt. Various blossoms open a couple at a time and last a solitary day during the sprouting season, which goes on around two months. In light of their petite design, the blooms can be normally pollinated exclusively by specific little honey bees; in regions outside of the pollinators’ reach, the blossoms are pollinated falsely with a wooden needle when they open. The blossoms differ in shading from light green to yellow to rich white. The natural product, a long container, arrives at its full length of around 20 cm (8 inches) in four to about a month and a half however may take more time to nine months to develop. When they become brilliant green at the base, the unripe units are gathered. Learn more

Vanilla beans