- Flower nameMucuna sempervirens
- Scientific nameMucuna sempervirens
- Alias相良飛び葛, トビカズラ, ウドンゲ, 飛び葛, 優曇華, ムクナ
- Place of originChina, a Yangtze River basin
- Place of floweringOverseas, Specific area
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Mucuna sempervirens
Mucuna sempervirens (science name: Mucuna sempervirens) is native to China and is a tropical evergreen plant of the family Fabaceae. It grows naturally in the Yangtze River basin, hanging from 10 to 20 flowers consisting of red purple (keel valve and wing valve) and yellow (flag valve) in a tufted shape and blooming.
Common name: Mucuna sempervirens, scientific name: Mucuna sempervirens, aka Mukuna Udongge, Seabean, Origin: China, vine length: 2 to 12 m, vine color: dark brown, leaf shape: three small leaves with an elliptical tip and a pointed tip, leaf height: 10 cm, leaf width: 6 cm, leaves: alternate, leaf color: dark green color, leafy: cortex, bilaterally symmetrical flower, inflorescence shape: drooping summary inflorescence, corolla: butterfly shape, corolla length: 20 cm, flower color: red purple · yellow, flower length : 6 to 8 cm, How to bloom: 20 flower sticks out of the stem, flowering period: 4 to 5 months, calyx: 5, stamens: 10, fruit type: legume, fruit shape: sheath, Fruit length: 40 to 60 cm, fruit width: 4 cm, peel coat: covered with woody reddish brown hair, the number of seed: 7 to 10, breeding: wind medium flower.