- Flower nameFreesia
- Scientific nameFreesia refracta
- AliasFreesia, 浅黄水仙, 香雪蘭
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringGarden, Cut flowers, flower arrangement, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
- Language of flowersinnocence,friendship,trust
What is Freesia
Freesia (Freesia, scientific name: Freesia refracta) is a native South African, semi-cold resistant bulb plant of the family Iridaceae Freesia. In the spring, extend the spikes from flower stalks and bloom six to ten funnel-shaped florets. Leaves emerge from below the stem. Since it belongs to Iridaceae, it has elongated leaves similar to Hana shawub (iris), and the leaf tip is sharp. Numerous garden cultivars (Freesia x hybrida) are being bred.
Common name: Freesia, Scientific name: Freesia refracta, Place of Origin: South Africa, Living Type: Semi-cold resistant bulb Plant height: 50 to 100 cm, Flower diameter: 1 to 2.5 cm, Number of petals: 6, Flower color: funnel shape, flower color: red · yellow · white · pink · orange · Purple · blue, flower season: March to April, flower blooming way: single bloom · double flowering, leaf color: green.