What is Euphorbia helioscopia
Euphorbiaceae , scientific name: Euphorbia helioscopia, is native to tropical antisyphilitica 2 year's wild grass from the temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. In Japan the wild on the streets of Okinawa from the Mainland. Stalk out of five branches, each branch with three Cup-shaped flowers, each flower a yellow-light green flowers bloom. Petals have atrophied, form a cup-shaped flowers surrounded by bracts 1 pistil and stamens and a few flowers. It is a poisonous plant.
Common name: Euphorbiaceae, scientific name:Euphorbia helioscopia, aka: Euphorbia, knolls, origin: Northern hemisphere, Habitat: Japan Honshu Okinawa, environment: roadside, life-forms: 2 year's grass, height: 20-40 cm, from the cut-leaf obovate leaf arrangement: alternate, stems to five whorls, leaf color: green, leaf blade: 1 ~ 2 cm, leaf: serrated, ninomiya, inflorescence size: Cup-shaped flowers: Cup-shaped flowers, glandular body: oval, flower color: yellow, Ovary, ovary and smooth top three, flowering period: April-June, the fruit: capsule and ripens fruit, fruit diameter:0.4~0.5cm