Flower NameNicandra physalodes
Formal NameNicandra physalodes
MorphA year of grass
Nicandra physalodes is an annual grass of the family Solanaceae, genus Nicandra native to Peru. From summer to fall bloom pale blue flowers. Real has a form of crucifers. Could not eat a poisonous plant because is used as cut flowers or dried flowers. In addition, because it smells like flies (bots) to eucalyptus (Eucaly) and fatsia japonica (yatsude) like the trash will be planted near the bin or toilet.Giant Centenary Garden variety, crohoski (black ground cherry ).
Common name: Nicandra physalodes, scientific name:Nicandra physalodes, aka: Apple of Peru, Shoo-fly plant, origin: Peru, height: 50-100 cm, leaf shape: oval to elliptical, leaf length: 5-15 cm, with leaves: alternate, margin: rough saw blades with, rose: Cup-shaped Tip 5 lobed, flower diameter:2.5cm, flower color: light blue, Places flowers, leaf axil, flowering period: July-September, note: poisonous plants.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Flowering placePlain/fleet field
SeasonJul Aug Sep
Height50 ~ 100 [cm]
Diameter2 ~ 2.5