What is Chirita fimbrisepala
Chirita fimbrisepala is native to China's Wuhan, and is a hardy perennial of the department Gesneriaceae , of Chirita. It is a large-flowered varieties of Chirita. Epiphytes on the rocky cliffs of the Canyon. At the beginning of summer, pale violet with tip 5 crack in the bell-shaped flowers. Japanese name is growing on the rocks, on the often hairy leaves and flowers similar to Tung.
Common name: Chirita fimbrisepala ,
scientific name:Chirita fimbrisepala,
scientific name:Opithandra primuloides,
Other name: Wuhan large-flowered rock Tung grass,
origin: China, Habitat: Valley of the environment: water and light shade like whole plant: soft wool available, flower length: 3-5 cm, Corolla: campanulate to funnel-shaped (bottom is bell-shaped, upper lip 2 crack + lip three-lobed lip shape's top tip),Stamens: 2