- Flower nameBrownea ariza
- Scientific nameBrownea ariza
- AliasBrownea rosa-de-monte
- Place of originPeru
- Place of floweringSpecific area
- Flowering seasonMarch
What is Brownea ariza
Brownea ariza (scientific name: Brownea ariza) is a vine evergreen shrub in thefamily legume family Fabaceae, native to Peru. Small red cylindrical flowers are clustered together in a drooping spherical shape. The flowers begin to bloom in order from the outside. It is a member of Brownea grandiceps (scientific name: Brownea grandiceps), and the way it flowers is similar. The sprouts are salmon-pink in color and change to yellow-green and green.
Generic name: Brownea ariza, Scientific name: Brownea ariza, Origin: Peru, Habitat: Rainy season, Alias: Brownea rosa-de-monte, Ariza, Palo de Cruz, Living type: Evergreen, Tree height: 5-20 m, Leaf colour: Mon pink (buds) to yellowish green to green, Petiole: even-phenoidal compound, Flower colour: red, Crown shape: tubular, Flower diameter: 15 cm.
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