Setaria viridis

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    Setaria viridis @ Tokyo

Basic information

Flower Name
Setaria viridis
Formal Name
Setaria viridus
Alias
Habitat
World, such as Japan's temperate rural environment
Morph
1 year wild grass.

Comment

What is Setaria viridis

Setaria viridis (dog days grass) is native to the temperate region of the world, such as Japan is a year in the genus Oryza, Department of foxtail grass grass. From summer to fall is wooded in Japan country roadsides and vacant lots, etc.. It is also a species of millet. Called me with a different name. Dense needle-like long hair to short cylindrical spikes around the humorous. The leaves are in green and palmately lobed leaf is hairless linear lanceolate in.

Very similar to the genus dominance by setaria Faberi (autumn dog trying grass) recognised by, from foxtail spike that is hanging large and slender tip and fall blooming.
Common name: foxtail (dog days grass), scientific name:Setaria viridus, category: Plantae Angiosperm gate single rope rice eyes rice Department of foxtail genus, aka: me (Kitty), Fox tail grass (foxtailing grass), 狗尾草, Temperate regions of the world, such as place of origin: Japan, environment: roadside and open space, height: 20-80 cm flowering: 7-11-the inflorescence shape: cylindrical shape, flower color: green, leaf length: 5-10 cm

Detailed information

Order
Order poales
Family
Poaceae
Genus
Setaria
Species
S. viridis
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Panicle
Petal shape
no petal
Leaf type
Lanceolate
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Plain/fleet
Color
Green
Season
JulAugSepOctNov
Height
20 ~ 80 [cm]
Diameter
1 ~ 1

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