- Flower namePlumbago auriculata
- Scientific namePlumbago auriculata
- Aliasプルンバーゴ, 瑠璃茉莉, プルンバゴ
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September, October
What is Plumbago auriculata
Plumbago auriculata or Ruri Matsuri (scientific name: Plumbago auriculata) is native to South Africa, it is a semi cold-resistant evergreen shrub of the family Plumbaginaceae. Under half shadow to sunshine it grows up. The inflorescences are extended from the elongated branches, and the florets are gathered and made to bloom. The flower is a funnel shape and its tip is split by 5. The Japanese name Ruri Mari is based on the fact that Ruri is a brilliant flower and Matsuri resembles Jasmine (Matsuri) flower form. From the scientific name Plumbago, also known as Plumbergo, or Plumbergo and Flower color (also called Blue Mary). Zurhananas (flower eggplant) It is similar to , but Zhuhananas can be distinguished from the fact that the central part of the flower is swelled yellow and vineyard. Flower language: "secret passion".
Generic name: Plumbago auriculata, scientific name: Plumbago auriculata, aka: Plumbergo, Place of Origin: South Africa, Plant Length: 20 to 300 cm, Watching Period: May to October, Flower Color: Blue · Blue Purple · Sky · White, Flower Diameter: 2 to 4 cm.