- Flower nameBrazil Diego
- Scientific nameErythrina speciosa
- AliasPink coral tree, Brazil梯梧, ピンク・コーラル・ツリー
- Place of originSoutheastern Brazil
- Place of floweringSubtropical region
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May, June, July, August
What is Brazil Diego
Brazil Diego (scientific name:Erythrina speciosa) is deciduous shrub of the Fabaceae department Erythrina genus native to southeastern Brazil. It makes red flowers such as tang of dark pink fruit like flowers in racemes in. late spring-early summer. Only 4 metres height, wider branches. Large spines on the stem or branch.There are about 100 kinds in the genus Deigo. Crybabytree(scientific name: Erythrina crista-galli) , Deigo (scientific name: Erythrina variegata) , Brazil Deigo (scientific name: Erythrina speciosa) , Coral tree (scientific name: Erythrina × bidwillii) .
Common name: Brazil Diego, scientific name:Erythrina speciosa, aka:Pink coral tree, origin southeastern Brazil, living type: deciduous shrubs, height: 300-400 cm, leaf: Trifoliate compound leaves, leaf arrangement: alternate, flowering period: March-August, flower diameter:0.7~0.8cm, flower color: dark pink, Small flower: shishito pepper and Parrot-beak, shaped flowers: racemes, flowers high 50 cm, fruit-beans fruit and features: stem and branches have large spines.