Aristolochia salvadorensis

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    Aristolochia salvadorensis @ Kyoto Botanical Garden
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    Aristolochia salvadorensis @ Kyoto Botanical Garden

Basic information

Flower Name
Aristolochia salvadorensis
Formal Name
Aristolochia salvadorensis
Alias
Aristolochia, salvadorensis
Habitat
Central America such as El Salvador
Morph
evergreen shrubs or small trees

Comment

Aristolochia salvadorensis) the Aristolochiaceae inhabiting the Central American non-cold-resistant Evergreen small shrub. Strange flower stalk elongation along the ground, such as "Darth Vader" of dark reddish brown mask (actually is calyx), one by name. Each flowers continue to bloom a week or so.

Common name: Aristolochia salvadorensis
scientific name:Aristolochia salvadorensis,
origin: El Salvador, Central America, environment: tropical rain forests, living type: Evergreen small trees, height: 3-5 m, Leaf arrangement: in tubular flowers with adhesion to seem like alternate, margin: hermaphrodite flowers, rippling, bilaterally symmetrical flower calyx: sepals to tip three-lobed. Petals, flower size (Cup size): 4 - 5 cm (calyx color) color: dark reddish-brown inner, whitish mesh (outer), stamens 6, less stigma to cementation, pistil short propagation: cuttings

Detailed information

Order
Piperales
Family
Aristolochiaceae
Genus
Aristolochia
Species
A. salvadorensis
Flower type
Zygomorphic Flower
Flower array
Other
Petal shape
Infundibular
Leaf type
Cordate
Leaf edge
Repand
Flowering place
GreenhouseOverseas(sub-) Tropical areaSpecific area
Color
Red, Brown, Orange, Black
Season
AprMayJunJul
Height
300 ~ 500 [cm]
Diameter
4 ~ 5

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