Flowers of most plants belonging to the family Acanthaceae
have bracts at their bases, but the bracts of plants belonging to the genus Asystasia
are inconspicuous and the genus name also came from the Latin meaning, which it has no bracts.
This plant can grow 1 m in height, and the flower has soft textured blooms year round.
| Classification ||Acanthaceae Asystasia|
| Scientific name ||Asystasia travancorica|
| Japanese name || --- |
| English name || --- |
| Native locality ||Tropical Asia|
Ecological description ||Perennial|
| RDB || --- |
| Planting place || Sun Gallery |