Formal NameHibiscus cannabinus
AliasKenaf, White hibiscus, Decan Hemp, Ambari Hemp
HabitatIndia and Africa
Kenaf (scientific name:Hibiscus cannabinus), is native to Africa and India and is an annual grass in the family malvaceae . In forest protection and conservation of the environment are in the spotlight. Growing early attention of alternative raw material for pulp and carbon dioxide absorption capacity. White flowers bloom in October, but on the other, yellow and purple. Flower has dark purple. Grows to 5 m or more tall.
Common name: Kenaf, Scientific name:Hibiscus cannabinus, Aka: white hibiscus, Origin: India, Africa, plant: 500 cm, color: white, yellow, purple, flower diameter: 10-15 cm, fruit: capsule and ripens fruit, fruit diameter: 2 cm.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flowering placeBotanic garden Overseas
ColorViolet, Yellow, White
Height500 ~ 500 [cm]
Diameter10 ~ 15