- Flower nameFerraria crispa
- Scientific nameFerraria crispa
- AliasFerraria crispa, フェラーリア
- Place of originSouth Africa.
- Place of floweringPotted flower
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Ferraria crispa
Ferraria crispa (scientific name: Ferrari crispa) is a bulbous perennial plant of the family Iridoideae, native to South Africa. It has a sword-shaped leaf peculiar to Iridae. The flowers are dark brown and have irregular macula. The corolla is iris shaped and the petal edges are frilly. If it blooms in the morning with flowers all day, it will close in the evening.
Classification name: Plant kingdom angiosperm monocotyledidae Iridaceae Ferraria genus: Ferraria, place of origin: South Africa, plant height: 30-50 cm, flowering period: March to April, leaf shape: sword-like, leaf Length: 20-30 cm, leaf color: green, flower diameter: 3 cm.