Flower NameLewisia Erice
Formal NameLewisia cotyledo 'erice'
HabitatNorth America Northwest Rocky Mountains
MorphCold-resistant Evergreen perennial
Lewisia Erice ,scientific name:Lewisia cotyledo 'erice' , is a hardy evergreen perennial department Montiaceae , jenus Lewisia native to North America Northwest Rocky Mountains. Traditional Lewisia Unlike Roses (at its peak, April to November) is. To withstand harsher environments, originally born in high mountains, so is the compact and rugged nature. Plant height is from 15 cm to 25 cm and the leaves are fleshy and lower do not be pulled as high winds on the ground grows in rosette-shaped (radially). Leaves are to be filled with water has a spatula-shaped. Stretch the stalk from the center of the florets 10 ring as flowers. Peach, white, yellow, and orange flower. 9-10 is number of petals the flower diameter is 2-3 cm.
Common name: Lewisia Erice, scientific name: Lewisia cotyledo 'erice', origin: North America Northwest, Rocky Mountains, environment: alpine rock, living type: cold-resistant Evergreen perennial plant: 15 to 25 cm, with leaves: succulent rosette-shaped, leaf: spatula-shaped, leaf length: 5-10 cm, leaf margin: entire, inflorescence shape: conical inflorescence and racemes, Flowering period: perpetual (at its peak is from April to November), petal number 9-10, flower diameter: 2-3 cm, flower colors: peach, white, yellow, Orange, stamens colors: yellow, use: potted plant and rock garden.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placePot flower Alpine
ColorPink, Orange, Yellow, White
SeasonApr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov
Height15 ~ 25 [cm]
Diameter2 ~ 3