Flower NameOkisaris Bowie
Formal NameOxalis bowiei
Morphsemi-cold-resistant perennial (bulbs)
Oxalis bowie (scientific name: Oxalis bowiei, scientific name: Oxalis bowiei) is a native of South Africa and is a gardening variety of semi-cold-resistant perennial "Oxalis" of the family Oxalidaceae. It is a flower that can be said to be a staple of Oxalis. The leaves are shaped with three green hearts. The inflorescence extends from between the leaves, and pink colorful flowers bloom. The color of the center of anther and flower is yellow.
Common name: Oxalis bowiei, Scientific name: Oxalis bowiei, aka: Seiyou Katabi (Western flavor), Hanaka bamboo (floral fluttering), Plant Origin: Garden Varieties (South Africa), Plant Length: 15 to 30 cm, Leaf Color: Green, Leaves Shape: Leaflet shape: Heart shape, Flower diameter: 2 to 4 cm, Flower color: Peach, Flowering period: October to next May, the center of the flower and anther color: yellow.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf typeTernate-Compound Leaf
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
SeasonJan Feb Mar Apr May Oct Nov Dec
Height15 ~ 30 [cm]
Diameter2 ~ 4