Melastoma tibouchina 'little angel'
Melastoma tibouchina 'little angel' (scientific name: Melastoma Tibouchina ' Little Angel') is a horticultural varieties of the Melastomataceae that is a half hardy evergreen shrub 'Melastoma Tibouchina' native to tropical regions of South America such as Brazil. It is a gardening variety of small and small wheels, the flower color changes. In the autumn, it develops a divergent inflorescence from the branch, attaching a funnel-shaped flower with a tip of 5 fissures. Flower color changes in two colors, white (petal base to middle) and blue purple (petal middle to tip), beginning to bloom, to thin peach, deep peach. At the same time different flower colors are seen. The leaves are greenish in lanceolate shape. There is Pink Melastoma (Scientific name: Melastoma candidum) which is native to Asian origin in the same genus, pink flower color and alias.
Common name: Melastoma tibouchina 'little angel', scientific Name: Melastoma Tibouchina 'Little Angel', aka: Glorybush 'Little Angel', origin: Brazil and other South American tropics, Habitat: Ryukyu Islands Ogasawara Islands, life: Half-Hardy Evergreen shrub , tree height: 1-2 m, stem: 4 Crest, monoplane, phyllotaxis: opposite, leaf blade length: 8-15-cm, leaf: lanceolate / oval, three parallel veins of, margin entire, asymmetric flower, flowers, cymes, rose: funnel-shaped with Tip 5 crack, Flower color: thin peach · dense peach · white, number of petals: 5, number of sepals: 5, flower diameter: 4 to 6 cm , Calyx shape: tubular, stamens: 10, stamen color: white · pink · purple, flowering season: mid October - late December , Use: Park, garden, potted plant.