Tradescantia andersoniana

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    Tradescantia andersoniana @ Kinshicho

Basic information

Flower Name
Tradescantia andersoniana
Formal Name
Tradescantia x andersoniana
Alias
Tradescantia andersoniana
Habitat
gardening variety
Morph
perennial hygroscopic herbaceous plant

Comment

What is Tradescantia andersoniana

Tradescantia Andersoniana (scientific name: Tradescantia andersoniana) is a gardening variety, a perennial hygroscopic herbaceous plant of the family Commelinaceae. It is a garden cultivar crossing North American native Miyamura Sakitsuyusa (Scandinavia, Scientific name: Tradescantia virginiana) with Murasakiyusukusa (purple plants, scientific name: Tradescantia ohiensis) native to North America. In summer, 3 pretty flowers of bluish violet color will bloom at the stem tip. Aruba is its white flower variety. It is similar in name to Commelina communis, which is native to Japan, but it is a plant belonging to the same genus (genus Tuskusa).

Common name: Tradescantia andersoniana, Scientific name: Tradescantia andersoniana, Place of Origin: Gardening Flower color: purple · white (Aruba), flower diameter: 5 cm (length of one side of a triangle). Varieties, North America, plant height: 50 to 90 cm, leaf color: green, flowering period: June to October.

Detailed information

Order
Commelinales
Family
Commelinaceae
Genus
Tradescantia
Species
T. Andersoniana
Flower type
Zygomorphic Flower
Flower array
Cyme
Petal shape
3petals
Leaf type
Lanceolate
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Garden
Color
Violet, White
Season
JunJulAugSepOct
Height
50 ~ 90 [cm]
Diameter
5 ~ 5

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