|Latin name:||Lotus berthelotii|
|Common name:||Fire Vine, Parrot's Beak, Golden Lotus Vine|
|Minimal temperature:||16-18°C (60-64°F)|
|Optimal temperature:||24-26°C (75-78°F)|
sunny moderate shaded
|Height:||20 cm (7.8 in.)|
|Repotting:||every 24 months (2 years)|
Black Root Rot (Thielaviopsis basicola)
|Availability on market|
Lotus berthelotii, a species in the genus Lotus of the legume family (Fabaceae). The genus Lotus contains more than 100 species which are commononly called lotus, although they are not related to the Asian water lotus (Nelumbo). It is often called parrot's beak or pelican's beak in the nursery trade, presumably in reference to the shape of the blossoms.
Lotus berthelotii has a silver-haired leaves on trailing stems. It produce scarlet flowers singly or in small groups. It is a trailing shrub good for hanging baskets, or spilling over rock garden walls.