Flower NameSenecio pseudoarnica
Formal NameSenecio pseudoarnica
Senecio pseudoarnica is a perennial grass of the Asteraceae department Senecio genus native to Japan. It is a dynamic and wild flowers in the summer, native to the sandy beaches of the northern coast. Stems bloom head flower corymbs erect and thick, stout, with numerous leaves, stem from resembling a sunflower . Long oval-shaped leaves are fleshy, glossy and have rough serrated leaf edge. Leaves and stems are covered in hair, but a spider-shaped covered with hair flowers before flowering.
General name: Senecio pseudoarnica, scientific name:Senecio pseudoarnica, aka: Hamaogulma (in Japanese), Orginal areas: Japan, Distribution areas: In Russia, North America, Mainland China, Japan from a sandy beach to a grassy plain of from Hokkaido to Aomori, the plant height: 30-80 cm, stem color, green, leaf: oblong , Leaf length: 12-15 cm, leaf width: 5 cm, leaf margin: sawtooth stock, inflorescence shape: yellow, corymbs, flower, flower head diameter: 3-4 cm, flowering period: July to September.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Petal shapecapitate corolla
Flowering placeBeach Hokkaido
SeasonJul Aug Sep
Height30 ~ 80 [cm]
Diameter3 ~ 4