- Flower namerattan
- Scientific nameCalameae
- Aliasラタン, rattan, Calameae
- Place of originSoutheast Asia and Australia
- Place of floweringSubtropical region, Specific area
- Flowering season
What is rattan
Rattan(Calamus）is a species of vine native to Southeast Asia and Australia, belonging to the genus Calameae. It is dioecious. The vine can grow up to 200 meters long. It has sharp thorns on its epidermis and grows rapidly by entangling itself in other trees. It is known for its long and strong fibers, which are used to make vines such as tow chairs, suspension bridges, baskets, furniture, and whips.
Common name: rattan, scientific name: Calameae, dioecious plant, vine length: 200 m, trunk diameter: 2-5 cm, uses: vine work.