What is Cirsium vulgare
Cirsium vulgare, commonly called bull thistle or Seiyo oni azami (scientific name:Cirsium vulgare) is a biennial wild grass in the family asteraceae native to Europe from the United States. It has sharp spines on the stems and leaves and wings on the stems. In summer, it produces a few light-red head flowers at the ends of spherical, sharp, linear, spiny bracts.
Common name: Cirsium vulgare, scientific name: Cirsium vulgare, aka: bull thistle , or Seiyo oni azami, 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