Formal NameAbutilon x hybridum
AliasTyrolean Lamp, Trailing abutilon
MorphHalf cold and half of deciduous shrubs
Abutilon (scientific name: Abutilon x hybridum) is a semi-cold-resistant and semi-rugged subtropical shrub of the family Malvaceae native to Brazil. From spring to autumn, it blooms a ginkgo flower bowl shaped in a bowl of dispersed inflorescence extending from flower stem. Typical varieties of abutilon include the following. Abutilon Megapotamicum (scientific name: A. Megapotamicum) is a combination of bell-shaped red calyx and yellow flowers. It is also called Ukitsuriboku (Fishing Tree) as an alias. Abutilon variegatum (A. Variegatum) is a variety of leaves with light yellow or white spots. The feeling of the flower resembles Fuchsia.
Generic name: Abutilon, Scientific name: Abutilon x hybridum, aka:Tyrolean lamp, Trailing abutilon,Place of origin: Brazil, Living type: semi-cold tolerance, semi-drought deciduous shrubs, height: 30 to 100 cm, leaf shape: heart shape, saw tooth: yes, radial symmetry, inflorescence form : Flower color: white · yellow · peach · red · orange, flower Flower: flower color: flower collar, corolla shape: pot shape, petal number: 10 pieces or less, petal length: 5 cm, flowering period: April to December, flower color: Diameter: 5 cm, Remarks: The cow and the like have antidiarrheal effect.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flowering placeBotanic garden cultivated variety Pot flower
SeasonApr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Height30 ~ 100 [cm]
Diameter5 ~ 5