Ixora coccinea (I. grandiflora)
This plant compare to other species in genus Ixora has bore branches, and has small leaves densely.
Many flowers which are orange or pink, gather at the tip of the branch and the axil to bloom semi-spherically.
The flower is four-petaled, has a thin floral tube, and is orange-red from its bud stage.
The petal, which divides into 4, widely opens to become cross-shaped.
| Classification || Rubiaceae Ixora |
| Scientific name || Ixora coccinea |
| Japanese name || --- |
| English name || --- |
| Native locality || India |
Ecological description || Evergreen shrub|
| RDB || --- |
| Planting place || Sun Gallery |