- Flower nameLeucadendron Discolor
- Scientific nameLeucadendron discolor
- Aliasレウカデンドロン・ディスカラー, Leucadendron Discolor
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringCut flowers, flower arrangement
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April, August, September, October
What is Leucadendron Discolor
Leucadendron Discolor (Scientific name: Leucadendron Discolor) is a tropical, non-cold-resistant, evergreen shrub of the genus Ryukha Dendron of the family Dioscorea native of South Africa. Branches are elongated straight and extend straight, with one branch with 10 inflorescences. The lower part of the stem is woody and hard. Resilient leaves are light yellow-green in color and light yellow near the flowers. It may be more accurate if the leaves are part of a flower. The ridges of leaves and petals are reddish. Flowers, petals are light yellow, head flowers are orange and yellow. Flower name is Greek, Leuca: white, dendron: from tree it means white tree.
Generic name: Leucadendron discolor, Scientific name: Leucadendron Discolor, aka: liuka dendron, leucospermum, leuca dendron, Place of Origin: South Africa, aka: Ruka Dendron 'Disco Color', Wild · Ryuka · Disco Color, Silverwood, Height: 1 m, Flower Diameter: 2.5 cm, Petal Color: Light Yellow, Head Flower Color: Orange and Yellow , Flowering period: anniversary, cut flowering period: February to April and August to October.