- Flower nameThunbergia grandiflora
- Scientific nameThunbergia grandiflora
- Aliasベンガルヤハズカズラ, ベンガル矢筈葛, Thunbergia grandiflora, Bengal clock vine
- Place of originIndian Bengal regio
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Botanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September, October
- Language of flowersSincere
What is Thunbergia grandiflora
Thunbergia grandiflora (scientific name:Thunbergia grandiflora) is native to the Indian Bengal region and is a large evergreen vine perennial of the family Acanthaceae. Adopting the name of Origen, it is also called Bengal clock vine. Crane grows quickly and it travels along shelves and elongates and it becomes woody. Leaves are heart-shaped and have dense hair. From summer to autumn, extend the inflorescences from the branches and attach funnel shaped light purple to large purple flowers. The genus name Thunbergia is a Swedish botanist / doctor's contribution to Dr. Carl Peter Thunberg, species' lord 'grandiflora' means' big flower'. There are also white flower varieties called Aruba. It is similar to the same Tsunbergia lauri folia (scientific name: Thunbergia laurifolia).
Common name: Thunbergia grandiflora, Scientific name: Thunbergia grandiflora, aka: Bengal clock vine, Place of origin: Alesia, vine length: 100 to 1000 cm, leaves: leaf shape: leaf shape: cardiac shape, leaf margin: sawtooth, flower form: ruffled tip, tip color split, flower color: deep blue, Wreath diameter: 5 ~ 8 cm, flowering period: June to October.