- Flower nameCalystegia soldanella
- Scientific nameCalystegia soldanella
- Alias浜昼顔, False bindweed
- Place of originTropical regions around the world
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Calystegia soldanella
Calystegia soldanella, (scientific name:Calystegia soldanella) is a creeping perennial grass native to tropical regions around the world and belonging to the genus Calystegia of the family Convolvulaceae. It grows naturally in sandy coastal areas from Hokkaido to the Ryukyu Archipelago. The stems are 1 to 5 meters long and crawl along the beach. It produces a single funnel-shaped, light red flower on a stalk from May to June.
It is a typical beach plant as well as the "Seaside Morning Glory（Ipomoea pes-caprae), whose leaves resemble a military rank.
Common Name: Calystegia soldanella, scientific name: Calystegia soldanella, also known as false bindweed, origin: tropical regions of the world, habitat: sandy beaches, life form: creeping perennial, stem length: 1-5 m. Leaf shape: 1-5 m. Leaf shape: kidney-shaped, basal part overhanging on both sides, leaf length: 1-4 cm, leaf width: 1-5.5 cm, leaf texture: thick, inflorescence: alternate, leaf margin: entire or shallowly wavy, flowering season: May-June, flower color: light red, flower shape: funnel-shaped, flower diameter: 4-5 cm, flower shape: funnel-shaped -Flowering season: May to June, Flower shape: funnel-shaped, Flower diameter: 4 to 5 cm, Number of stamens: 5, Fruit type: capsule, Seed: black