The Coral plant (Jatropha multifida) belongs to Euphorbiaceae (the Spurge family). It is a small evergreen tree that is distributed from Mexico to Central America and Brazil. The trunk is not divided, the height is 2 to 3 m, and large leaves are spread at the tip. The dark green leaves are divided into 7-11 deeply lobes palmately. A long flower stalk is extended from the tip to form an inflorescence, and coral-colored flowers bloom. The flowering season is the anniversary, but it is especially popular during the hot season. Yellow fruits are toxic. It is also called "Sakeba Jatropha" in Japan.