What is Japanese parsley
Japanese parsley or Seri, scientific name:Oenanthe javanica, is the marshiness perennial grass of the Apiaceae department of the Oenanthe genusl native to Japan. One of the spring. Japan national field I called missel (water serikawa) Taser (Tanaka serikawa), ouzeri (Hill serikawa) blurred, such as the path to growing and growing location. 30 to 60 cm in height, next to crawl across the Rhizome. Stem angle. Leaves with pale green leaves, quality is soft and distinctive smell. The leaves are twice pinnately compound leaves with diamond oval small leaves. Flowers bloom in the summer. At the stalk end umbrella-shaped flowers give the small stretch white 5 petaled flower. Applications use leafy vegetables leaf stems. Similar dexel poison (poison serikawa) is suspicious.
General name: Japanese parsley, scientific name:Oenanthe javanica, aka: seri, Chinese celery, Habitat: Japan National , Environment: paddy, path, I, living type: perennial herb Marsh, height: 30-leaf color creeping grass appearance: width 60 cm, stem type: Crest, thin green leaf quality: soft small leaf diamond-shaped leaves of: twice pinnately compound leaves small leaf shape: ovate leaves rim never (Nick), flowering: 7-August inflorescences form: umbrella-shaped flowers, 5 petaled flowers in compound umbels, small flower: small, small flower: white, stamens number: 5, usage: leaf stalks, vegetable, features: distinctive aroma, food.