- Flower nameLotus bertheloti
- Scientific nameLotus berthelotii
- Aliasツルミヤコグサ, Lotus berthelotii, parrot's beak, オウムの嘴, Perican's beak, ロータス, ロツス
- Place of origin Canary Islands
- Place of floweringGarden, Park, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Lotus bertheloti
Lotus bertheloti common name parrot's beak, Perican's beak, (scientific name: Lotus berthelotii) is an endemic species fromVerde iland of the Canary Islands and is a non-cold perennial plant of the family. The plant height lowers and spreads sideways. It is a silver leaf which made a pine needle like a Artemisia schmidtiana. Since the leaf is covered with silvery fur, it looks silver. It features a bird's beak shaped and red vermilion color. Flower language is "hot love". It is McLathus (L. maculatus) from the Canary Islands Tenerife iland, that makes yellow flowers bloom.
Common name: Lotus Berthelotti, Scientific name: Lotus berthelotii, aka: parrot's beak, Perican's beak, Lotus velotheroti, Lotus,Vine length: 50 to 70 cm, leaf length: 1 to 4 cm, leaf width: 0.5 to 0.8 cm, bird flower, use: Hanging basket, garden plant.