- Flower nameTelegraph plant
- Scientific nameCodariocalyx motorius
- AliasCodariocalyx motorius, 舞萩, コダリオカリクス モトリウス, Telegraph plant
- Place of originIndia and the Philippines
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Potted flower, Specific area
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, September, October, November, December
What is Telegraph plant
Telegraph plant (scientific name: Codariocalyx motorius) is a small evergreen tree of the Fabaceae family Codariocalyx genus native to India and the Philippines. its tridentate compound leaves have an unusual tendency to dance when the temperature is above 25 degrees Celsius or when music is played. It produces yellow to orange butterfly-shaped flowers from around autumn.
Common name: Telegraph plant, scientific name: Codariocalyx motorius, also known as Codariocalyx motorius, Origin: India-Philippines, Height: 80-200 cm, Leaf shape: three-dropped compound leaf, Flower color: yellow-orange, Corolla: butterfly-shaped, Flowering season: September to March.