Flower NameCrepis rubra
Formal NameCrepis rubra
Habitatsouthern part of Europe such as Crete and Balkan Peninsula in southern Italy
Morphcold-resistant annual grass
Crepis rubra or pink hawk's-beard (scientific name: Crepis rubra) is native to southern part of Europe such as Crete and Balkan Peninsula in southern Italy, and is a cold-resistant annual grass of the family Asteraceae. Flowers blooming like a pink yellow dandelion blooming in spring. It is similar to dandelion that milky white liquid comes out when you hurt the stem. The representative variety is this rubra, but there is also white flower. I will plant it in a flowerbed or a container.
Generic name: Crepis rubra, Scientific name: Crepis rubra, aka: Crepis, pink hawk's-beard, Origin: Southern Italy, Crete, Balkan Peninsula, southern Europe such as Crete and Balkan Peninsula, flower season: April to July, plant height: 30 to 60 cm, flower size: 3 to 5 cm, flower color: peach · white.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flowering placeGarden Pot flower
SeasonApr May Jun Jul
Height30 ~ 60 [cm]
Diameter3 ~ 5