Morning Glory

SolanalesConvolvulaceaeIpomoeaI. nil
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Basic information

Flower Name
Morning Glory
Formal Name
Phabitis nil
Alias
Morning Glory, 朝顔, 牽牛花
Habitat
Tropical Asia
Morph
Annual grass

Comment

Morning glory , scientific name:Phabitis nil , is an annual vine grass of the department Convolvulaceaegenera , of Ipomoea genus native to tropical Asia.
It is planted in a garden potted flower or the school grounds in Japan. Make a trumpet-formed flower bloom on the early morning of early summer and wither away in the morning. The leaf does pike form. The color of a flower of the progenitor was colored light blue, but a large number of garden varieties have been made now, and a color of a flower became abundant. Colors of a flower include blue and bluish violet, crimson and violet, red, pink, white. The ovarian carpel of the pistil is several pieces, or the fruit becoming after a flower is put together with it in capsule, and it is to dry fruit of one.
Common name: morning glory,
scientific name:Phabitis nil,
aka :asagao,
origin: tropical Asia, living type: vine annual grass, Stem length (Director, Liana): 100-300 cm, open leaf: Trident type, leaf margin: entire, phyllotaxis: alternate, inflorescence: stagnation of Lysis = 2 out cymes (dichasium), rose: Tip cone-shaped, flower size: 5-20 cm, pistil: 3 carpel, number of stamens: 5 color: light blue, blue, blue-violet, purple, red, peach, white, Flowering period: June-October, fruit types: Saku fruit and seed color: black

Detailed information

Order
Solanales
Family
Convolvulaceae
Genus
Ipomoea
Species
I. nil
Meanings
Bonds of affection
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Dichasium
Petal shape
Infundibular
Leaf type
Halberd
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
GardenPot flower
Color
Red, Pink, Blue, Violet, White
Season
JunJulAugSepOct
Height
100 ~ 300 [cm]
Diameter
5 ~ 20
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