- Flower nameAristolochia braziliensis
- Scientific nameAristolochia braziliensis
- Aliasアリストロキア, ブラジリエンシス, Aristolochia braziliensis
- Place of originBrazil
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Botanical Gardens, Subtropical region
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What is Aristolochia braziliensis
Aristolochia braziliensis, or Dutchman's pipe vine, Rooster flower (scientific name: Aristolochia braziliensis) is an evergreen vine shrub native to Brazil in thefamily Aristolochiaceae. The vine entangles with fences and other trees. In the greenhouse it blooms all year round, but there are no petals. The sepals appear as reddish-brown flowers. The sepal is a pelikan beak-shaped, two-lip shape, trapping the fly in between and pollinating. The fruit is fruit.
Generic name: Aristolochia brasiliensis, Scientific name: Aristolochia braziliensis, Synonym: Aristolochia labiata, Also name: Dutchman's pipe vine, Rooster flower Vine length: 3-6 m, leaf form: renal form, phyllus: alternate, petal: none, sepal: present, looks like petal, reddish brown, flowering stage: anniversary, insect flower: fly, fruit type: fruit.