- Flower nameGarlic vine
- Scientific nameMansoa alloacea
- Aliasガーリックバイン, 大蒜葛, Garlic vine
- Place of originFrom Guiana, Brazil Island tropical America.
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September, October
- Language of flowersWatch me as I am
What is Garlic vine
Garlic vine, scientific name:Mansoa alloacea , is a non-cold-resistant evergreen climbing undershrub of the department Bignoniaceae of Mansoa genus native to tropical America. To tip 5 crack, fall, flowers stretched out from the summer of trumpet-shaped purple-blue floret, several-10 bloom together into a temari. It looks like bloom because shades of color fade over time. Crush the leaves and flowers is the origin of the name was named from garlic odor.
Generic name: garlic vine, scientific name: Mansoa alloacea, , Place of origin: Guiana to Tropical America such as Brazil , Living type: non-cold tolerance Evergreen vine small shrub, vine length: 200 to 400 cm, leaf shape: three tripartite leaves, leaf order: contrary, leaf shape: oval to oblong, Leaf length: 8 cm, leaf color: shiny green color, introductory form: scattered inflorescence, flower pattern: trumpet shape, flower length: 3.5 cm, flower diameter: 5 to 7 cm, flowering period: May to October Flower color: bluish violet (at flowering) → white (with time), fruit type: fruits, breeding method: cuttings, use: Garden tree, pergola, arch tailoring.