Flower Database

Brownea ariza

Basic information
Flower Name
Brownea ariza
Formal Name
Brownea ariza
Alias
Brownea rosa-de-monte
Habitat
Peru
Morph
vine evergreen shrub
Comment
Brownea ariza (scientific name: Brownea ariza) is a vine evergreen shrub in thefamily legume family Fabaceae, native to Peru. Small red cylindrical flowers are clustered together in a drooping spherical shape. The flowers begin to bloom in order from the outside. It is a member of Brownea grandiceps (scientific name: Brownea grandiceps), and the way it flowers is similar. The sprouts are salmon-pink in color and change to yellow-green and green.
Generic name: Brownea ariza, Scientific name: Brownea ariza, Origin: Peru, Habitat: Rainy season, Alias: Brownea rosa-de-monte, Ariza, Palo de Cruz, Living type: Evergreen, Tree height: 5-20 m, Leaf colour: Mon pink (buds) to yellowish green to green, Petiole: even-phenoidal compound, Flower colour: red, Crown shape: tubular, Flower diameter: 15 cm.
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Detailed information
Order
Fabales
Family
Fabaceae
Genus
Brownea
Species
B. ariza
Flower type
Zygomorphic Flower
Flower array
Head
Petal shape
Cylinder
Leaf type
Paripinnate Leaf
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Specific area
Color
Red
Season
Mar
Height
500  ~ 2000  [cm]
Diameter
15  ~ 15