What is Portulaca grandiflora
Portulaca Giganthes or Hana-suberi-hiyu (scientific name: Portulaca oleracea cv. Giganthes) is native to Ind, it is a crawl non-cold-resistant perennial grass of the family Soberillaceaceae. It is a closely related species of Portulaca oleracea (Slurry, scientific name: Portulaca oleracea). The flower feeling is similar to the Matsuba button (Matsuba peony), but it can be distinguished by the fact that the leaf meat is spatulized and the flowers are single. It is also called Portulaca from the scientific name. Entire grass is used for soup and salad in edible flower.
Common name: Portulaca Giganthes or Hana-suberi-hiyu, Scientific name: Portulaca oleracea cv. Giganthes, Correct scientific name: Portulaca oleracea L. x P. pilosa L. subsp. Grandiflora, aka: Portulaca, Hiroha Matsuba button , Origin: India, plant height: 3 to 15 cm, flower size: 2 to 3 cm, flower color: red, white, peach, orange, yellow, flowering period: June to October.