Callistephus CoronadoThe Callistephus genus includes annual and perennial herbs that are native to Asia. The plants in this genus have opposite leaves and produce showy flowers. The best known species in this genus is C. chinensis, which is commonly known as the China aster. This species is extensively cultivated for its showy flowers, which are typically pink, red, or purple.
Callistephus species are grown as ornamentals and are used in bouquets and floral arrangements. The flowers of some species are also dried and used in potpourris. In China, the petals of C. chinensis are sometimes used as a food colorant.
Callistephus coronado is a beautiful flower that is perfect for adding color and decoration to any garden. The plant grows to be about 2 feet tall and has a spread of about 1 foot. The stem is thin and slightly curved, and the leaves are long and narrow with a pointed tip. The flowers are white with purple stripes running along the center of each petal. The plant blooms in late spring and early summer.
This is an excellent plant for borders, beds, and containers. It does best in full sun but can tolerate some shade. Callistephus coronado is also drought tolerant once established. This plant is generally disease and pest free. Deer and rabbits will avoid it.
Callistephus is a genus of flowering plants belonging to the family Asteraceae. The name Callistephus comes from the Greek words for "most beautiful", and "crown", referring to the plant's showy flowers. The genus is native to China and includes annual and perennial species.
The most common species in cultivation is Callistephus chinensis, which is grown as an ornamental plant. It is also known as the "Chinese aster" or "false aster". The species typically grows to a height of 60-90 cm (24-36 in), and produces flowers in a wide range of colors, including white, pink, purple, and blue.
Callistephus chinensis is widely cultivated as a garden plant, and numerous cultivars have been developed. The flowers are often used in cut flower arrangements, and the plants are also popular as gifts or potted plants.
Global callistephus (coronado) production
As of 2016, the top producers of callistephus (coronado) were China, India, and South Korea. Together, these countries accounted for over 80% of the world's production of this flower.
In China, callistephus (coronado) is mainly produced in the provinces of Shandong, Hebei, Anhui, and Jiangsu. India is the second largest producer of this flower, with the majority of production taking place in the state of Maharashtra. South Korea rounds out the top three producers, with most of its callistephus (coronado) coming from the North Gyeongsang province. Other notable producers of callistephus (coronado) include Japan, Taiwan, Iran, and the United States.