- Flower nameIpomoea tendan
- Scientific nameIpomoea nil cv. tendan
- AliasTendan, 北京天壇, ペキンテンダン, 朝顔, アサガオ
- Place of originTropical Asia
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
- Language of flowersBonds of affection
What is Ipomoea tendan
The morning glory species 'Beijing Tendan' (Tendan, scientific name: Ipomoea nil cv. Tendan) is native to tropical Asia, and is a vine annual of the sweet potato family. The flowers are round with no cuts, and the leaves are shaped like buds. It blooms early in the morning and wilts early in the morning. Collected at Temple of Heaven near Beijing. It is the closest capital to the ancient morning glory of Japan.
Common name: morning glory species 'Beijing Temple of Heaven', scientific name: Ipomoea nil cv. Tendan, place of origin: tropical Asia, life style: one year of vine Grass, stem length (vine length): 100-300 cm, leaf shape: cocoon type, leaf edge: all edges, leaf order: alternate, inflorescence: divergent form = dichasium, flower shape: rounded tip Open cone, flower diameter: 5-20 cm, number of pistils: 3 percutaneous skin, number of stamens: 5, flower color: blue, purple, peach, flowering period: July to September, fruit type: fruit, seed color :black.