- Flower nameHardenbergia
- Scientific nameHardenbergia violacea
- AliasHardenbergia, Hardenbergia violacea, コマチフジ, ヒトツバマメ, vine lilac
- Place of originAustralia
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Hardenbergia
Hardenbergia or called yine lilac (scientific name: Hardenbergia violacea) is an Australian native and is a semi-hardy, evergreen, afforested (fertile) shrub of the leguminous genus Hardenbergia. At first, the stems are stretched by themselves, but the bushes are extended immediately and grow with trees and fences. In spring, it spreads anthropomorphism from the axiles and blooms purple florets in tufts. In addition to purple, there are also white and pink in flower color.
The genus name "Hardenbergia" is a dedication to Dr. English botanist Franziska, Countess von Hardenberg. The minor name "violacea" means "violet".
Common name: Hardenbergia, Scientific name: Hardenbergia violacea, aka:vine lilac, Origin: from Australia to Tasmania, Tree height: 30 to 150 cm, vine length: 2 to 3 m, Leaf length: 5 to 7 cm, Leaf shape: Oval oval, Phylogeny: Alteration, Inflorescence: raceme, , inflorescence length: 10 to 15 cm, flower color: blue-purple, white, peach, purple, flower diameter: 0.6 to 0.8 cm, flowering stage: March to May.