What is Thunbergia mysorensis
Tsunbergia mysorensis (scientific name: Thunbergia mysorensis) is is native to India, and is a vined evergreen perennial plant of the family Acanthaceae. From spring to autumn, petal flowers are dropped from the flower stem, and a floret is attached like a chain. The floret is a yellow funnel shape with 5 tips at its tip, and the red bean bract covers its surroundings. Inflorescence flowers bloom from bottom to top. Flower language is "sensual beauty". The genus "Thunbergia" is a Swedish botanist and is a contributor to Dr. Linne's disciple "Carl Peter Thunberg" Tsunberg, "species mother name" mysorensis "is a city in the southern part of India" Mysore ) "It means that.
Common name: Thunbergia mysorensis, Scientific name: Thunbergia mysorensis, aka: Mysore trumpetvine, Indian clock vine, Lady Shoe Flower, Place of Origin: India, Vegetable length: 6 ~ 10 m, Leaf shape: lanceolate shape, leaf color: green color, leaves: Reflection, Flower color: yellow, with a reddish bract, Inflorescence form: inflorescences, inflorescences length: 40 to 100 cm, corolla: 4 to 5 cm, flowering period: March to August, fruit type: fruits, use: foliage plants.
■Thunbergia genus's flowers