- Flower nameSt.bernara's lily
- Scientific nameChlorophytum comosum
- Aliasチョウラン, 折鶴蘭
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower, Ornamental plants
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is St.bernara's lily
Spider plant (scientific name:Chlorophytum comosum) is kidikaxi of cold-resistant Evergreen perennial. Green leaves into spots of the white stripes. Stretch the liner while breeding. Flowers are sober in the florets and ornamental foliage plant, becomes a supporter such as bedding or container,The appearance is pale cream and white spots in the green leaf is similar to the new South Wales Iran Agavaceae and ryūzetsuran spider plant, they are much smaller than.
Generic name: Spider plant (paper crane Orchid), Scientific name:chlorophytm comosm (chlorophytsum-como SM),
Other name: Chow run, St.bernara's lily, Origin: South Africa,Life style: cold-resistant Evergreen perennials. Height: 10-40 cm,Stem: No. Root leaf shape: lanceolate. Blade length: 10-30 cm. Leaf arrangement: alternate,Leaf margin: entire edge. Radial symmetry. Flowers: racemes. Flower color: white,Petal: vehicle type. Petal number: 6 (outer perianth piece-calyx 3, in perianth single-petal).
Flower diameter: 1 cm. Flowering period: June-July. Stamens number: 6. Habits: 1,Fruit type: capsule and ripens fruit. Uses: ornamental plants, ground cover.