- Flower nameAstartea fascicularis
- Scientific nameAstartea fascicularis
- Aliasアスタルテア, Astartea fascicularis, Astartea, fascicularis, False baeckea
- Place of originAustralia
- Place of floweringCut flowers, flower arrangement, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April, May
- Language of flowersGorgeous
What is Astartea fascicularis
Astarter fassicularis (scientific name:Astartea fascicularis) is a non-cold-resistant evergreen shrub of the family Myrtaceae native to Australia. In the spring of round pink small 5 or 6-petaled flowers bloom. Give the leaves a little green with red-brown stem sections, such as pine needles. New interface came recently in Japan, will be used for potted plants and cut flowers. Flower anguage is "gorgeous". It is based on the beautiful grass appearance that adds a lot of pink florets to a radially extending thin branch.
General name: Astartea fascicularis , scientific name:Astartea fascicularis, aka: astarter, Origin: Western Australia, living type: shrub, plant height: 100-250 cm, flower diameter: 1 cm, flowering period: February to May, flower color: peach.