Reinwardtia indica, yellow flower flax or Kibana-ama (scientific name: Reinwardtia indica) is an evergreen small bushes of the family Linaceae Inhabited in Yunnan Province, northern India, high mountain of Pakistan. The height of the is 50 to 150 cm. The leaves are green and replicate, the leaf blade is 10 cm long and has a long pointed egg shape. The flowering period is from November to April of the following year in nature, but the garden products are in bloom for a longer period. One or a few dark yellow five-flowered flowers will bloom at the flower stem tip. Flower diameter is about 4 cm. "Genus name" Reinwardtia "is a ceremonial contribution to the botanist Caspar Georg Carl Reinwardt, and the species name" indica "refers to the place of origin. For use, flowers are yellow dyes, trees are potted or planted in the garden.
Common name:Reinwardtia indica, Scientific name: Reinwardtia indica, aka: Yellow flax , Origin: China Yunnan Province, Northern India, Pakistan, Environment: alpine, Living Type: evergreen small and tall tree, Height of plant: 50 to 150 cm, Leaf color Green leaves, leaves: about 10 cm, leaf shape: long oval with a sharp tip, flower size: 4 cm, petal number: 5, flower color: thick yellow, flowering period: November to next year 4 Moon (gardening variety is longer), use: yellow dye (flower), potted plant and garden plant (tree).