Heliconia rostrata

Heliconia bihai cv. lobster claw

  • Heliconia rostrata
  • Heliconia rostrata
  • Heliconia rostrata
  • Heliconia rostrata
  • Heliconia rostrata
  • Heliconia rostrata
  • Flower name
    Heliconia rostrata
  • Scientific name
    Heliconia bihai cv. lobster claw
  • AliasHeliconia bihai, Lobster Claw, ヘリコニア・ビハイ, ヘリコニア
  • Place of origin the northern South America to the West Indies
  • Place of floweringGreenhouse
  • Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September, October

What is Heliconia rostrata

Heliconia bihai (scientific name: Heliconia bihai 'Lobster Claw') is a tropical evergreen perennial plant belonging to the family Heliconiaceae from the northern South America to the West Indies. It is a vertical heliconia.
The leaves are oblong and stick to life. The part that looks like a flower is a cocoon, and it grows diagonally. The shark is shaped like a boat, storing water and serving as a source of water for insects and birds. In the place of origin, bats and hummingbirds become the polynator. The tip of the heel is thin. The color of the coral is vermilion red and the edge is green. A small yellow flower blooms from the bud.

Common name: Heliconia bihai 'Lobster Claw', scientific name: Heliconia bihai cv. Lobster Claw, aka: Lobster claw, place of origin: the northern South America to the West Indies, plant height: 1.5-5 m, leaf shape: oblong, leaf length: 1-1.5 m, flower color: yellow, flowering period: June to October.


  • Order
    Zingiberales
  • Family
    Heliconiaceae
  • Genus
    Heliconia
  • Species
    H. bihai cv. lobster claw
  • Type of flower
    Other
  • Array of flower
    Other
  • Petal shape
    Other
  • Leaf type
    oblong
  • Edge of the leaf
    All edges
  • Life type tropical evergreen perennial plant
  • Flower colorsYellow
  • Colors of the leavesGreen
  • Fruit colorGreen
  • Height150.0 ~ 500.0 cm
  • Diameter of flower ~ cm

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