Common Mare's Tail
What is Common Mare's Tail
Common Mare's Tail (scientific name:Hippuris vulgaris) is perennial aquatic plants of the family plantaginaceae native to.Europe, Eurasia, and North America. It grows in ponds and marshes or the river, and a thin leaf does verticillation like a field horsetail, and the leaf grows. An axil has the flower small. The flower name depends on a thing called the algae like a field horsetail. In Oze, It stands up from the river stream in about August from July and grow in colonies.
A generic name: Mare's-tail, scientific name: Hippuris vulgaris, aka: Common Mare's Tail, mare's-tail, a suginamo, habitation distribution: It is North Japan of Hokkaido, environment from the Honshuto Chubu , District: Ponds and marshes, a river, an ecotype: A waterweed of the perennial plant, height of a rice plant: 60cm, a leaf color: Green, a phyllotaxis: Verticillation, the number of the stamens: 1, the number of the pistils: 1, a petal: Nothing, time to attract attention: In August, it is fruit form: Ovoid, a use: Chinese medicine.