Flower NameGaura parviflora
Formal NameGaura parviflora
Gaura parviflora is originally from North America, and is a perennial herb of the department Onagraceae Gaura genus. It is a kind of Gaura with a denizen from the North America. It lets the flower stalk tip produces double spikes, and white - pink small valves flower bloom in the summer. The sepal falls off immediately. Gaura parviflora makes a flower smaller than Gaura bloom.. Corner-like fusiform fruit becomes after a flower.
A generic name: Gaura parviflora, scientific name: Gaura parviflora, the place of origin: North America, habitation distribution: Kanto toOkinawa of Japan, environment: Soil of the lime rock-like character of the shore, an ecotype: Perennial herb height of a rice plant: 1 to 2 m, leaf shape: A long oval, a leaf relationship: Leafstalk waving in irregular jaggedness, : Nothing, a phyllotaxis: Each other life, inflorescence form: Double spikes (compound spike), the inflorescence head:) 30 cm, a color of a flower: A white - pink flower, the number of the petals: 4, flower diameter: 0,5cm, anthesis: For from June to July, it is fruit diameter: 0.6-0.8 cm, fruit form: Spindle shape
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySpike Inflorescence
Height1 ~ 2 [cm]