Peach-colored trumpet flower
As its name suggests, this flower has a cylindrical trumpet shape and grows 20 cm in diameter.
It is whitish on the first day, but it turns yellowish the next day.
It has a dark purple line on the middle of its petals and a light purple doublet on the connate part of petals.
Goldencup whose flower resembles this flower is the color of Turmeric pigment (Curcumin)
and has a central dark purple line, but does not have a doublet.
The vine climbing in the air expands an aerial root system which can be respiratory root.
This plant is famous for its pollination by hummingbirds.
| Classification || Solanaceae Solandra |
| Scientific name || Solandra grandiflora |
| Japanese name || Rappa-bana |
| English name || Peach-colored trumpet flower |
| Native locality || Mexico, Jamaica |
Ecological description || Evergreen creeping shrub |
| RDB || --- |
| Planting place || Central Palm Greenhouse |