Cup of Gold
What is Cup of Gold
Cup of Gold (scientific name: Solandra maxima) is a native Latin America such as Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, etc. It is a vigorous shrub of family Solanaceae. Flowers are cup-like and big, with a coconut-like aroma. Petals contain five purple-brown lines. Flowers are white or light pale yellow at the time of flowering, and they tend to have a yellow tinge with time and become brown when they are deflated. Flowers dies in a few days. It grows quickly, the vine grows long, flares out from the climb and grows tangled with other trees, branches grow tens of centimeters a day.
Common name: Cup of Gold, scientific name: Solandra maxima, aka: Solandra maxima, Golden chalice vine, Hawaiian lily, Origin: Latin America such as Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela,, vine length: 300 to 700 cm, corolla diameter: 15 to 20 cm, flower color: white and pale yellow to brown discoloration, floweringperiod: From December to May the following year, use: garden plant, medicinal, remarks: toxic plants.