- Flower nameIxia viridiflora
- Scientific nameIxia viridiflora
- Aliasヴィリディフローラ, イキシア, Ixia viridiflora
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringGarden, Park
- Flowering seasonApril, May
- Language of flowersprosperity
What is Ixia viridiflora
Ixia viridiflora (scientific name: Ixia viridiflora) is a bulbous plant native to the Cape Province of South Africa, belonging to the genus Ixia of the family Iridaceae. It is the original species of Ixia. The plant is 30-60 cm tall, with long corm-like inflorescences growing from thin wire-like stems, and produces six-petaled flowers 2-3 cm in diameter from April to mid-May. The flower color is a rare emerald green to turquoise color, which is unfamiliar in Japan, and the flower core is dark blue.
Common name: Ixia viridiflora, Scientific name: Ixia viridiflora, Plantae: South Africa, Life form: bulbous plant, Herb height: 30-60 cm, Inflorescence form: acicular, Corolla form: 6-petal, Flowering period Flowering season: April to mid-May, Flower color: turquoise blue (light blue), Flower diameter: 2 to 3 cm, Uses: garden planting, potted flower, cut flower.