- Flower nameIpomoea coccinea
- Scientific nameIpomoea coccinea
- Alias丸葉縷紅, マルバルコウソウ, Ipomoea coccinea, Scarlet creeper
- Place of originSouth America
- Place of floweringHorticultural species, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonAugust, September, October
What is Ipomoea coccinea
Ipomoea coccineaa (Scientific name: Ipomoea coccinea) is an annual vine native to tropical America, belonging to the family Convolvulaceae. It produces small, star-shaped flowers in summer and autumn. The leaves are egg-shaped with a pointed tip.
It is a vine that grows by entangling itself with other plants. The leaves are ovate without lobes and have a pendulous, heart-shaped base. The flowers are 2 cm in diameter and are basically red with a yellow throat. The flowers bloom upwards.
Common name: Ipomoea coccinea, Scientific name: Ipomoea coccinea, Vine: 3 m long, Phyllotaxy: alternate, Leaf shape: ovate, Leaf length: 3-5 cm, Leaf width: 2.5-4 cm, Leaf margin: entire, Inflorescence shape: funnel-shaped, pentagonal at the tip, Flower shape: clustered inflorescence, Leaf shape: funnel-shaped leaf length: 3-5 cm, leaf width: 2.5-4 cm, leaf margin: entire margin, flower diameter: 2 cm, inflorescence shape: clustered inflorescence, flower shape: funnel-shaped with a pentagonal tip, flower color: red with yellow throat or yellow flowers, flowering season: August~October.