Isotoma, scientific name:Isotoma axillaris , is native to Australia and is an evergreen undergrowth of the family Campanulaceae. For a long period from spring to autumn, it continues to bloom star-shaped flowers. Especially in hot summer, it is valuable because it makes bluish purple and cool, cool flowers. It is used for hanging basket etc. because of the nature spreading sideways. White liquid from leaves and stems is alkaloid and poisonous. Isotoma of the genus name is a coined word of isos (equal) + tome (division), and it represents Latinization that five petals are the same size. The axillaris (aside) means that flowers leave the base of the leaves. Flower language is "goodwill".
Common name: Isotoma, Scientific name: Isotoma axillaris, Synonym: Laurentia axillaris, aka: Australian harebell, rock isotome, axilaris , Laurentia, Hippobroma, Isotoma axillaris, Origin: Australia, Living type: Evergreen undergrowth, Plant length: 30 cm, leaf shape: egg shaped feathered shape, Flower color: bluish purple · white, flower shape: petal flower, flowering period: March to October, fruit type: fruit type, note: poisonous grass.