- Flower nameflowendanusring pandanus
- Scientific nameFreycinetia multiflora
- AliasFreycinetia multiflora, フレシネティア・ムルティフロラ, flowendanusring pandanus, Climbing pandanus
- Place of originPhilippines
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Subtropical region
- Flowering seasonApril
What is flowendanusring pandanus
Freycinetia multiflora of Flowendanusring pandanus, scientific name: Freycinetia multiflora, is an evergreen perennial vine of the genus Freycinetia in the family Pandanaceae, originating from the Philippines. It grows by sprouting aerial roots from its trunk to support its body and wrapping itself around other things with its vines. The petals and sepals are degenerate and absent. What looks like orange petals are bracts on the inflorescence. When the bracts open, three greenish drooping inflorescences appear.
Common name: Freycinetia multiflora, scientific name: Freycinetia multiflora, also known as flowendanusring pandanus, Climbing pandanus, plant height: 100-150 cm, leaf shape Leaf shape: lanceolate; leaf width: alternate; leaf length: 30 cm; leaf width: 2 cm; leaf color: glossy dark green; leaf margin: spiny; dioecious; female inflorescence: drooping; flowering season: April; petals: none; sepals: orange; bracts: green; uses: leaf stalk roots for rugs, baskets, footwear.