- Flower nameColithoprectss Speciosa
- Scientific nameCorytoplectus speciosus
- AliasCorytoplectus speciosus, ビロードイワギリ
- Place of originSouth America such as Ecuador, Peru, Chile
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Subtropical region
- Flowering seasonAugust, September
What is Colithoprectss Speciosa
Colithoprectss Speciosa (scientific name: Corytoplectus speciosus) is native to South America, and is a non-cold-tolerant perennial plant of the family Gesneriaceae. The leaves are oblong and opposite to life. On the surface of the leaf, a clear thick pale green vein is noticeable in the center of the dark green velvet. The back is reddish purple.
The flowers bloom in a tufted form on the stem of the stem of the stem top from August to September. What looks like a red flower is a brow and a small tubular yellow one is a flower. The fruit that comes after the flower is ripened black with fruit. The fruits are oval with a diameter of 1 cm.
General name: Colithoprectss Speciosa, Scientific name: Corytoplectus speciosus, Place of Origin: South America such as Ecuador, Peru, Chile, living type: non-cold resistant perennial, plant height: 30 to 50 cm, leaf shape: oval, leaf phylogeny: opposite, flower color: yellow, vermilion (looks like flower): red, flower shape: tubular , Flowering season: August-September.