- Flower nameHenka asagao 'kisuisyofuiriutikomi’
- Scientific nameIpomoea nil 'kinagatattaba'
- Alias変化朝顔, 黄尾長竜田葉紫切咲
- Place of origingarden variety
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Horticultural species, Potted flower
- Flowering season
What is Henka asagao 'kisuisyofuiriutikomi’
Variegated morning glory 'Kinagatattaba' (scientific name: Ipomoea nil 'Kinagatattaba’) is a garden variety of the morning glory (scientific name: Ipomoea nil) which is native to tropical Asia and is a vineous annual herb in the family Convolvulaceae.
It produces trumpet-shaped, purple flowers in summer to fall. The leaves are yellow-green and long.
Common name: Variegated morning glory 'Kinagatattaba', aka: Henka asagao 'Kinagatattabamurasakikirezaki’, scientific name: Ipomoea nil 'Kinagatattaba', origin: Japanese horticultural variety, morning glory originated in tropical Asia, living type: Annual vine, Stem length: 100-300 cm, Leaf shape: Long spear-shaped leaves, Leaf margin: Full leaf margin, Inflorescence: Alternate, Flower shape: trumpet, Flower diameter: 5-20 cm, Number of pistils: 3, number of stamens: 5, Flower color: purple, Flowering season: July-September, Fruit type: first fruits, Seed color Black.