- Flower nameErica cerinthoides
- Scientific nameErica cerinthoides
- AliasErica fireheath, Erica cerinthoides, エリカ, エリカ・ファイヤーヒース
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
- Language of flowerssolitude
What is Erica cerinthoides
Erica cerinthoides or commonly Erika fireheath (scientific name: Erica cerinthoides) is paraphyletic graduate of Erika and is a half-hardy evergreen shrub native to South Africa. Long cylindrical branches with leaves jagged, brightly colored flowers bloom together several downward.
It is a plant blooming in a wasteland emerging from Emily Jane Brontë' novel "Wuthering Heights". Heath is known as a plant that grows after a wildfire has occurred. "Erica" in the genus name means "heather" in Latin and "cerinthoides" means "Cerinth (Cerinthe) + oides (similar to)" = (similar to Serinse). The language of flowers is "lonely feeling". From blooming in a wasteland where other grass does not grow.
[Special feature Erika]
Generic name:Erica cerinthoides ,scientific name:Erica cerinthoides, aka: Erika fireheath , Place of origin: South Africa, height 30-100 cm, flowering: anniversary, flower: red, red, peach, white, flower length: 3 cm.