- Flower nameCoral plant
- Scientific nameRusselia equisetiformis
- Aliasラッセリア, Russelia, Coral plant, コーラルプラント, Fire cracker plant, 花丁子
- Place of originMexico
- Place of floweringSubtropical region
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
- Language of flowersJourney
What is Coral plant
Coral plant (scientific name: Russelia equisetiformis) is native to Mexico and is a non-cold-resistant evergreen shrub of the family Plantaginaceae. From a long and narrow stalk similar to common horsetail (scientific name: Equisetum hyemale), it draws out a lot of extremely fine branches and hangs down, and many small tubular flowers bloom on the green stem. Red is the representative color, and there are also white and pink. The tip of the petal will split 4 to 5.Leaves are degenerated in scale. Breeding is done by breaking up stock or sprouting. It is similar to the flower called polyp. The genus name "Russelia" is a contribution to a British naturalist "Alexander Russell". "Species equisetiformis" means "shaped like Equisetum (genus Toxa)". The name of the flower called Firecracker Plant is due to the appearance of a large number of flowers attached like a spider firework.
The language of flowers is "to depart now".
Common name: Coral plant ,Scientific name:Russelia equisetiformis , Also known as: Coral plant, Fire cracker plant, firecracker plant, coral fountain, coralblow and fountain plant, Russelia, fountainbush, okalia (Hawaiian), Rasili (Hindi) , Origin: Mexico, tree height: 150 cm, flowering period: anniversary, flower color: red · white · peach, tubular flower length: 2.5 cm, flower size: 1 cm, fruit type: fruit shape, fruit shape: spherical shape, use: garden, hanging basket, fence.