Flower Database

Lobelia sessilifolia

Basic information
Flower Name
Lobelia sessilifolia
Formal Name
Lobelia sessilifolia
Alias
沢桔梗, 溝隠し, Indian tobaco
Habitat
Japan, Korea, China
Morph
Perennial grasses
Comment
Lobelia sessilifolia is a perennial grasses in the family Campanulaceae, genus Lobelia native to Japan, Korea, and China. Many flower spikes draw out from thick stems upright in the marshes and waterfront in the summer with vivid violet, bloom. In a hollow cylindrical stem, white SAP contained within. Sake vessel-shaped flower is a flower upper lip is 2 deep cleft and lip is 3 shallow split the. Each lip of the dense white hairs on the edge. Leaves are lanceolate with green and serrated leaf edge smaller at the top, and palmately lobed, man. Flower blooms from the bottom up.
♦ may contain harmful substances to plant grass a little bit scary but beautiful than swamp Bellflower is a poisonous plant. Includes all grass shoots and stem juice that contains the toxic alkaloid Lobeline. Lobeline is used as a drug, but stimulates the venom become nervous, cause headaches, vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, paralysis, heart failure, leading to the deaths.
Common name: Lobelia sessilifolia, scientific name: Lobelia sessilifolia, aka: lobelia chinensis , Indian tobaco, perennial Lobelia, origin: Japan, Korea, China, grass height: 80-100 cm, leaf length: 4-8 cm, leaf width:0.5 - 1.5 cm, flower color: purple, flowering: July to September, flower length: 3-5 cm, note: poisonous plants.
Detailed information
Order
Asterales
Family
Campanulaceae
Genus
Lobelia
Species
L. sessilifolia
Flower type
Zygomorphic Flower
Flower array
Spike Inflorescence
Petal shape
High cup
Leaf type
Lanceolate
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Marsh
Color
Blue, Violet
Season
Jul Aug
Height
80  ~ 100  [cm]
Diameter
3  ~ 5