Formal NameCalceolaria hybrida
Alias巾着草, Pocket Book Flower, Calceolaria, Kinchakuso
HabitatCentral and South America, Oceania
Calseolaria (Scientific name: Calceolaria hybrida) is an annual herb of the family Calceolaria carceolaria, which is native to Central America and Oceania. Japanese name "Kinchakuso" means "drawstring + grass" because the shape of the flower is similar to a drawstring. In addition to yellow, there are red and orange in flower color, and there are those with or without brown tiger spots.
Common name: Quercus cervus (purse), Scientific name: Calceolaria hybrida, aka: Quercus serrata, Pocket Book Flower, Place of Origin: Central , South America, Oceania, Plant height: 20 cm, Living type: Annual grass, Leaf shape: Oval shape, Leaf edge: Saw blade, Phylogeny: Antibiotic, Symp. Flower, Inflorescence diameter: Irregular inflorescence, Flower color: Yellow ・ Orange / red with red spots, small flower shape: 2 lips, bag-like, flowering stage: March to June, flower diameter: 5 cm, Sepals: 4, type of fruit: capsule.
Flower typeZygomorphic Flower
Flowering placeGarden Pot flower
ColorRed, Orange, Yellow
SeasonMar Apr May Jun
Height20 ~ 20 [cm]
Diameter5 ~ 5