- Flower nameTalinum crassifolium
- Scientific nameTalinum crassifolium
- Alias爆蘭, 三時草, Ceylon spinach, waterleaf, 人参菜, 棱轴土人参, Talinum crassifolium
- Place of originSouth America
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September, October
What is Talinum crassifolium
Talinum crassifolium, waterleaf, Ceylon spinach, (scientific name: Talinum crassifolium) is native to South America and is a perennial plant belonging to the family Talinaceae. In summer, the conical inflorescence comes out from the tip of the stem and the buds like rice-sized red fruits can bloom sparsely. The flower is a pink five-pointed flower. Since it blooms around 3pm, it is also called Sansiso in the Japanese name. In addition, it blooms only for about 3 hours after flowering, and withers in the evening.
Common name: Hazellan, scientific name: Talinum crassifolium, aka: Sanjiso, Coral flower, Ceylon spinach, Catelon spinach, place of origin: South America, plant height: 30-100 cm, inflorescence: mutual growth, inflorescence diameter: conical inflorescence, flower color: peach, flower diameter: 0.3 cm, fruit shape: spherical.