- Flower nameTitanotrichum oldhamii
- Scientific nameTitanotrichum oldhamii
- AliasTitanotrichum oldhamii, 松村草
- Place of originChina, Taiwan and Japan
- Place of floweringPotted flower, Specific area
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September, October
What is Titanotrichum oldhamii
Titanotrichum oldhamii or Matsumura-sou (scientific name: Titanotrichum oldhamii) is an evergreen perennial herb of the genus Titanotrichum in the family Gesneriaceae, native to China, Taiwan and Japan. In Japan, it grows naturally on cliffs along mountain streams in Iriomote Island and Ishigaki Island. It grows in inflorescences and produces tubular flowers at the end of the petiole in one direction. The flowers are yellow with a reddish brown interior. The inflorescence has a mucro. An endangered species.
Common name: Titanotrichum oldhamii Scientific name: Titanotrichum oldhamii, aka: Matsumura-sou, Origin: China, Taiwan, Japan; Habitat: Iriomote Island and Ishigaki Island; Environment: Streamside cliffs; Life-type: Evergreen perennial; Grass height: 15-70 cm , Petiole: present; Leaf shape: oblong-ovate; Leaf length: 10-50 cm; Leaf width: 2-8 cm; Inflorescence: opposite; Leaf margin: serrate; Flower color: yellow; Flower diameter: 1-1.2 cm; Corolla length: 3-4 cm; Inflorescence Form: raceme; inflorescence length: 10-50 cm; corolla: tubular-rotate, upper tip lobed with 2 upper lip lobes + 3 lower lip lobes; flowering season: July-October; fruit: capsule; notes: endangered 1A; uses: potted, garden planting; language: "I look forward to seeing you again. Looking forward to the day we meet again".