This plant grows in tropical regions and can become 1 to 2 m in height.
A cylindrical flower tinged with light indigo blooms at the tip of the stem.
The outside of flowers are hairy and whitish, and the indigo color shows through to
create a unique appearance. It has a bract at its base, and its green color is also a good accent.
In the areas of its natural habitat, the leaf and the stem are used as vegetables.
It also has a white-flowered species.
| Classification || Acanthaceae Asystasia |
| Scientific name || Asystasia intrusa |
| Japanese name || --- |
| English name || --- |
| Native locality || Malaysia |
Ecological description || Evergreen shrub|
| RDB || --- |
| Planting place || Sun Gallery |