Bull thistle (scientific name:Cirsium vulgare) is a biennial grass of the family asteraceae native to Europe from the United States. Stem and leaf stems are winged and sharp spines. In summer, it makes several light pink-colored capitula bloom at the top of involucre with the linear thorny that it is spherical and sharp.
Common name: Bull thistle
scientific name:Cirsium vulgare
origin: Europe, living environment: meadows, roadside, life type: grass, plant: 100-150 cm, with a rosette of the leaves: pinnate deep fissure, leaflets: deep fissure, leaf edges: sharp spines, flower: pink, flowering: July-September, flowers: flower heads, Flower size: 3-5 cm, seeds: achenes with feathered plumes and