- Flower nameBignonia capreolata
- Scientific nameBignonia capreolata
- AliasCross vine, Trumpet flower, 釣鐘葛, Bignonia capreolata, ビグノニア・カプレオラータ
- Place of originNorth America
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonApril, May
- Language of flowersA life of glory, fame, honor and flower
What is Bignonia capreolata
Tsuriganekazura (Scientific name: Bignonia capreolata) is native to North America, and is a semi-evergreen dwarfing woody of the genus Suva spp. Stretches the cocoons, gets entangled, and blooms many orange-yellow funnel-like flowers from spring to early summer. The flowers are trumpet shaped, yellow inside and reddish brown outside. In English, it is also known as Bignonia capreolata (Bignonia capreolata), Cross vine, and also curry moth (curry kazura) and curry vine due to the fact that it has a curry odor from the funnel-like crown to the Trumpet flower and flowers. The genus name "Bignonia" is a botanist of Louis XIV and derived from his bibliographer "Bignon". The minor name "capreolata" means "roll around".
Curry smell of stems and leaves on plants with similar names curry There is a plant .
Scientific name: Bignonia capreolata,Also Name: Bell Bell (Turigana kazura), Curry moth (Curray kazura), Curry Bine, Cross vine, Trumpet flower, Origin: North America, Environment: Wet forest, Classification name: Lithophorid clover Genus: 10 m , Flora: anti-life, leaf shape: oblong lanceolate, flowering stage: April-May, flower diameter: 3 cm, flower color: yellow-orange, use: shelf construction, wall greening.