What is Stellaria neglecta
Stellaria media, chickweed , starwort, stitchwort (scientific name: Stellaria neglecta) is a perennial wild grass in the family Caryophyllaceae native to the world. In spring, the flowering inflorescences are stretched and white five-petal flowers of rice size bloom. It looks like there are 10 petals because the petal splits 2 at the tip and cuts near the root. One of the seven herbs in spring in Japan.,
Generic name: Stellaria neglecta, scientific name: Stellaria neglecta, aka: chickweed, starwort, stitchwort, Habitat: Japan, living type: wild grass, grass height: 10-20 cm, leaf shape: oval, leaf length: 1-2 cm, leaf margin: whole edge, petiole: at the bottom, not at the top, phylla: alternate, inflorescence form: cyme , Number of petals: 5, flowering period: January to December, fruiting period: May to October, flower color: white, flower diameter: 0.4 to 0.7 cm, sepal: 5 The number of stamens: 1-7, style: 3, fruit type: fruit, fruit shape: oval, seed shape: circular, seed length: 0.2 cm.