What is Nertera granadensis
Nertera granadensis or Commonly called as Florists' cyclamen , Persian cyclamen (Scientific name: Nartera granadensis) is native to Malaysia, Taiwan, Australia, South America, and Hawaii. It is a semi-perishable, fertile, and evergreen perennial plant of the Rubiaceae family. The stem length is about 30 cm, however it is sore, so the plant height is only about 5 cm.
In spring to summer, it blooms a sober small flower with white to pale green funnel-like five-tipped tip. In the late spring and early winter, a lot of small red spherical (some horticultural varieties are yellow and white) small spherical berries for ornamental purposes.
Common name: Nertera granadensis , Scientific name: Nartera granadensis, aka: Florists' cyclamen, Persian cyclamen, Coral bead plant, Pin-cushion plant, Coral moss, Place of Origin: Southern Chile, Northern Argentina, Hawaii, Eastern Australia, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan and other Pacific Rim coastal countries, Stem length: 10 - 30 cm, Plant height: 5 cm, Leaf form: Heart-shaped to oval-shaped, phylogeny: alternate, flowering period: April to July, flower diameter: 0.3 cm, flower color: white to pale green, corolla: funnel-shaped, corolla cleft: five, inflorescence: Solitary, Fruit type: berries, fruit diameter: 0.3 to 0.7 cm, fruit color: red, fruit gardening variety color: yellow / white, fruiting stage: May to December, nucleus: 2 pieces, application: ornamental plant, potted plant.