This plant is distributed to places of the altitude 1500 to 2000 m in Himalaya Mountains, such as Nepal, Bhutan and Sikkim.
Thunbergia coccinea grows to be six to nine meters in height. It droops a raceme* where many flowers bloom. The flower is two to three centimeters in diameter, is light reddish orange as a whole and yellow as a center part and has reddish purple bracts.
* A simple inflorescence of pediceled flowers which blooms upon a common more or less elongated axis. If the flower is non-pediceled, it is called a spike.
|Scientific name||Thunbergia coccinea|
|Ecological description||Perennial climbing plant|
|Planting place||Sun Gallery|