What is Abutilon
Abutilon (scientific name: Abutilon) is a herb or tree of the Malvaceae family which is cultivated worldwide and has horticultural varieties. From the spring to the fall, the five-petaled flower with its bottom attached to the inflorescence that has grown from the flower stems blooms in a pleasant manner. The scientific name Abutilon is a Latin word, "A" is "nothing", "bous" is a cow ", and" tilos "is a synthetic word called" diarrhoea ", and it has been used as a laxative to heal diarrhea in cattle from old times.
Generic name: Abutilon, Scientific name: Abutilon, aka:Tyrolean lamp, Trailing abutilon,Origin: South America, Asia, Europe, All over the world and horticultural varieties such as North Africa, life type: semi-cold tolerance, semi-climbing deciduous shrub, tree height: 30 to 100 cm, leaf shape: heart shape, sawtooth: yes, radiation symmetry, inflorescence form: single life / collective inflorescence / Cone inflorescence, corolla: bell-shaped / car-shaped / cylindrical, petal number: 10 or less, petal: 5 valves at the bottom, petal length: 5 cm, flowering period: April to December, flower color: white -Yellow, peach, red, orange, flower diameter: 5 cm, Remarks: It has anti-diarrhea effect in cows, etc.