- Flower nameMimulus ’Mystic Yellow’
- Scientific nameMimulus x hybridus 'mystic yellow'
- AliasMimulus x hybridus 'Mystic yellow', monkey-flower
- Place of originhorticultura plant
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
What is Mimulus ’Mystic Yellow’
Mimulus ’Mystic Yellow’ (scientific name: Mimulus x hybridus 'Mystic yellow') is a horticultural member of the Mystic series with large, yellow flowers about 5 cm in diameter. Mimulus is a perennial of the Mimulus genus of the family Myrtaceae, native to western North America. It prefers ditches (wet areas) and the fruit resembles a devil's lamp. The corolla is lip-shaped and has two rows of densely packed rows of hairy protuberances at the base of the interior. It is also called 'monkey-flower' because the crown resembles a monkey face.
Common name: Mimulus 'Mystic yellow', scientific name: Mimulus x hybridus 'Mystic yellow',aka: monkey-flower, Flower color: yellow, diameter: 5 cm, number of stamens: 4, flowering season: May-July, fruit type: capsule-shaped.