- Flower nameHeliconia rostrata
- Scientific nameHeliconia rostrata
- AliasHeliconia Rostrata, Hanging Heliconia, ハンギング・ヘリコニア, ロブスタークロー, Lobster claws, ヘリコニア, ウナズキヘリコニア
- Place of originPeru-Argentina
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Subtropical region
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August
What is Heliconia rostrata
Heliconia Rostrata (Scientific name: Heliconia Rostrata) is a tropical evergreen perennial plant of the family Heliconiaceae. As heliconia inflorescence is pituitary, it is characterized by hanging heliconia (Hanging Heliconia) and lobster (scissors) -like cocoons of the lobster (sea crayfish). Also known as 'cllaws)'. The salmon is bright amber and the tip is yellow. A yellow flower with a diameter of 5 to 6 cm from the persimmon blooms, but it is not as attractive as a persimmon.
Common name: Heliconia Rostrata, Scientific name: Heliconia rostrata, English name: Hanging Heliconia, Lobster claws , Heliconia, Rostrata, Place of Origin: Tropical America such as Peru-Argentina, Plant height: 3 m.