- Flower nameFittonia albivenis
- Scientific nameFittonia albivenis
- AliasFittonia , フィットニア, 白網目草
- Place of originHorticultural varieties, such as Peru or Colombia South America Amazon River basin
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Ornamental plants
- Flowering seasonSeptember
What is Fittonia albivenis
Fittonia albivenis (scientific name: Fittonia albivenis) is evergreen perennial plant belonging to the genus Futniaceae, native to the Andes Mountains, such as Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and northern Brazil. It grows naturally in the rainforest. White mesh-like veins enter small egg-shaped green leaves. Applications are ground covers such as greenhouses and houseplants. i> White-eye Megusa (small white stitch grass, scientific name: Fittonia albivenis).
Common name: White nettle (White reticulate), Scientific name: Fittonia albivenis, Synonym: Fittonia albivenis' var. Periwinkle genus Futniaceae, Origin: Peru, Environment: Rainforest, Lifestyle: Dwarf evergreen perennial, Plant height: 15 cm, Leaf shape: Oval, Leaf color: Silvery white veins, leaf length: Green 7-10 cm, flower color: light yellow, inflorescence form: quadrangular columnar spike, flower diameter :, use: houseplant, potted plant, ground cover.