- Flower namePtilotus Joey
- Scientific namePtilotus exaltatus 'joey'
- Aliasプティロツス, Joey, Ptilotus exaltatus, Lams tails
- Place of originhorticultural variety
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Horticultural species, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September, October
What is Ptilotus Joey
Ptilotus Joey or Lams tails (scientific name: Ptilotus exaltatus 'Joey') is a horticultural variety of Ptilotus exaltatus (scientific name: Ptilotus exaltatus) in the family Amaranthaceae native to Australia. Branches well from the root and branches at the top. In summer, the conical inflorescence is extended from the top of the stem and branches, and a flower resembling a feathered chicken head blooms. The florets are red or pink and have a long cylindrical shape.
Generic name: Petit Lotus Joey, Scientific name: Ptilotus exaltatus, Also: Pitilotus, Lams tails, Origin: Australia, Flowering period: July to August, Stock height: 30 cm, Leaf shape: Oval, Leaf order: Mutual , Leaves: no pattern, flower height: 10-20 cm, inflorescence diameter: 5 cm, flowering period: June-October, flower color: red, pink, usage: garden plant, potted plant, cut flower, dried flower.