- Flower nameProtea coronata
- Scientific nameProtea coronata
- AliasProtea coronata, Apple-green protea, コロナータプロテア
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringCut flowers, flower arrangement, Greenhouse, Subtropical region
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July, August, September
- Language of flowersTo anywhere
What is Protea coronata
Protea coronata or apple-green prote a(Scientific name: Protea coronata) is a small tropical evergreen shrub of the genus Protea in the family Proteaceae, native to the Cape Province of South Africa. It is also referred to by its scientific name. The stems are hairy. It produces light green flowers in a cephalic inflorescence. The genus name "Protea" is derived from "Proteus", the Greek god of the sea. A representative variety of this genus is King Protea.
Common name: Protea coronata, Scientific name: Protea coronata, aka: Apple-green protea, Coronata protea, Origin: South Africa, Leaf blade: cymose, leaf margin: serrate, leaf shape: lanceolate, Flowering season: April-September, Flower diameter: 10 cm, Corolla form: calyx, Uses: Potted plants, garden plants, cut flowers, dried flowers.