Angelonia serena (scientific name: Angelonia serena) is a dwarf gardening variety of non-cold-resistant evergreen perennial "Angelonia angustifolia (Scientific name: Angelonia angustifolia)" of the family Plantaginaceae originating in Mexico. Another name is also called Summer snapdragon. There are white and purple"s two-tone color '' 'Purple Stripe', and blue, purple,pink and white.
The meaning of the genus name "Angelonia" in Latin is "Angelos". In South America of the country of origin, they regarded the flower shape as an angel. Meanwhile, flower language is "love of unrequited love" or "past lover". This means that it looks like a skull when it was seen each flower, which means unrequited love.In the same genus there is Angelonia salicariifolia (scientific name: Angelonia salicariifolia) whose leaves resemble the willow leaves.
Common name: Angelonia serena, Scientific name: Angelonia serena, Angelonia angustifolia 'serena', also known as: Hosoba Angelonenso, Angelona angostifolia, Angelona angostifolia selena, angelonia, angel lavender, narrowleaf angelon, summer Snapdragon, Origin: Gardening variety, (Mexico), Living type: Non-cold resistance / Evergreen perennials, Plant length: 30 (Selena) ~ 100 cm, Appearance: Upright, leaf shape: pointed lanceoli shape, leaf margin: fine sawtooth presence, inflorescence form: summary inflorescence, flowering period: June to October, flower diameter: 1 to 2 cm, flower color: blue, purple, White, pink, white and purple two tone color, flower shape: the tip breaks with a small tubular flower.