Flower Database

Typha latifolia

Basic information
Flower Name
Typha latifolia
Formal Name
Typha latifolia
Alias
Habitat
In the temperate zone of the northern hemisphere and southern hemisphere Australia
Morph
aquatic perennial plant
Comment
Typha latifolia, or Gama , scientific name: Typha latifolia) is an aquatic perennial plant of the family Typhaceae, which is native to the warm regions of the northern hemisphere and Australia in the southern hemisphere. The brown flower spike like wiener sausage blooms at the tip of the stem.
The leaves are slender and tall. The top of the field is male and the bottom is female. The male flower falls first, so the tip of the stem looks like a stick. The female flower remains and looks like the picture. The ear cotton of moth (Typha latifolia), famous for its white coral in Inaba, is a female flower.
Common name: Typha latifolia , scientific name:Typha latifolia , also known as: Gama,Misukusa, origin: Pond and wetland in the temperate zone of the northern hemisphere and southern hemisphere Australia, plant height: 100-200 cm, color: pale grayish-Green-Brown, flower heigh (female and male total): 30 cm, flowering period: July to August.
Detailed information
Order
Poales
Family
Typhaceae
Genus
Typha
Species
T. latifolia L.
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Spike Inflorescence
Petal shape
no petal
Leaf type
Sword
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Marsh
Color
Brown, Green
Season
Jun Jul Aug
Height
100  ~ 200  [cm]
Diameter
 ~