Flower NameStictocardia beraviensis
Formal NameStictocardia beraviensis
AliasStictocardia beraviensis, Hawaiian Sunset Vine
Morphwild grass of a viney perennial plant
Stictocardia beraviensis, Hawaiian Sunset Vine, Hawaiian Bell or Braveheart Vine (scientific name: Stictocardia beraviensis) is native to the Republic of Madagascar, and is a member of the family Convolvulaceae. It is a tropical and vine evergreen plant. It is grown in Hawaii and other places. The leaves are green, velvety and fleshy. They grow quickly and wrap around fences and shelves. Flowers are bright with yellow and orange stripes on a red/pink background, a favorite nectar source for bees, butterflies and birds. is.
Common name: Stictocardia bellavensis, scientific name: Stictocardia beraviensis, also known as Hawaiian Sunset Vine and Hawaiian Bell, Braveheart Vine, Leaf shape: heart-shaped, velvety Flower shape: cup-shaped, flower color: red with yellow and orange stripes, flowering season: March to September, flower diameter: 5 cm to 7.5 cm, Uses: accenting walls, fences, fences and shelves.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering place(sub-) Tropical area Okinawa
ColorRed, Pink, Orange
SeasonMar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep
Height250 ~ 300 [cm]
Diameter5 ~ 7.5