- Flower namePetrea volubilis
- Scientific namePetrea volubilis
- AliasPetrea volubilis, ペトレア・ウォルビリス, サンドペーパーバイン, ペトレア, パープルリース, ホワイトレース
- Place of origintropical America from the West Indies to Mexico and Brazil
- Place of floweringPotted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July, August, September
What is Petrea volubilis
Petrea (scientific name: Petrea volubilis) is a tropical evergreen vine native to tropical America from the West Indies to Mexico and Brazil. It is also called sandpaper vine, queen's wreath, bluebird vine, petrea, and purple wreath. It produces inflorescences at the tips of its branches and produces many small purple flowers in clusters from spring to autumn and for long periods of time. The flowers are double, with a light purple outer capsule and a purple inner capsule. There is also a white flower called "white lace".
Common name: Petrea volubilis, scientific name: Petrea volubilis, also known as Petrea volubilis, sandpaper vine, queen's wreath, bluebird vine, petrea, purple wreath, purple wreath, white lace, Type of life: tropical, evergreen, vine shrub; vine length: 1-12 m; inflorescence length: 30 cm; flower diameter: 1.5-2 cm; flower color: pale blue, purple, white; flowering season: April-September; uses: potted,.