What is Bassia scoparia
Kochia scoparia (scientific name:Bassia scoparia) is a non-resistance and salt-tolerance annual grass of the Amaranthaceaefamily ,Bassia genus native to Southern Europe, Asia. In Monoecious, foliage is green in spring and summer, the foliage in the fall. Broom and will be turning red stems and branches and withered. Fruit is edible "thon buri" is "field caviar" and the Akita prefecture's specialties. Mowing threshing, cleaning, dried ripe honking Thonburi production and will ship in October. Drool Thonburi itself is no soy sauce and eat. Thon buri is tonic, diuretic effect.
Common name: Bassia scoparia, scientific name:Bassia scoparia, aka: Kochia, burning Bush, summer cypress, burningbush, origin southern, Asia, Habitat: Mainland and Kyushu Japan, environment: roadside, life-type: non-cold-resistant and salt-tolerant annual grass, height: 30-70 cm, leaf color: green → red (autumn leaves), leaf fall lanceolate, phyllotaxis: alternate, leaf margin: entire ornamental period: from May to November,2 species of Monoecious, inflorescence shape: panicles and flowers: flowers and female, male flower colors: light green, petal:, hermaphrodite flowers: 5 stamens with yellow anthers, female: 1 pistil, the flowering period: from August to October, fruit type: ER fruit, fruit-shaped cones and I become PRI fruit benefits: tonic, diuretic