Flower Database

Colithoprectss Speciosa

Basic information
Flower Name
Colithoprectss Speciosa
Formal Name
Corytoplectus speciosus
Alias
Corytoplectus speciosus
Habitat
South America such as Ecuador, Peru, Chile
Morph
non-cold-tolerant perennial plant
Comment
Colithoprectss Speciosa (scientific name: Corytoplectus speciosus) is native to South America, and is a non-cold-tolerant perennial plant of the family Gesneriaceae. The leaves are oblong and opposite to life. On the surface of the leaf, a clear thick pale green vein is noticeable in the center of the dark green velvet. The back is reddish purple.
The flowers bloom in a tufted form on the stem of the stem of the stem top from August to September. What looks like a red flower is a brow and a small tubular yellow one is a flower. The fruit that comes after the flower is ripened black with fruit. The fruits are oval with a diameter of 1 cm.
General name: Colithoprectss Speciosa, Scientific name: Corytoplectus speciosus, Place of Origin: South America such as Ecuador, Peru, Chile, living type: non-cold resistant perennial, plant height: 30 to 50 cm, leaf shape: oval, leaf phylogeny: opposite, flower color: yellow, vermilion (looks like flower): red, flower shape: tubular , Flowering season: August-September.
Detailed information
Order
Lamiales
Family
Gesneriaceae
Genus
Corytoplectus
Species
C. speciosus
Flower type
Zygomorphic Flower
Flower array
Solitary Inflorescence
Petal shape
Cylinder
Leaf type
Elliptic
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Botanic garden (sub-) Tropical area
Color
Yellow
Season
Aug Sep
Height
30  ~ 50  [cm]
Diameter
0.5  ~ 0.7