Flower NamePatrinia scabiosifolia
Formal NamePatrinia scabiosifolia
HabitatJapan, Siberia and China
Patrinia scabiosifolia or ominaeshi (scientific name: Patrinia scabiosifolia) is a species of flowering plant in Japan, eastern Native to Siberia, it is a perennial plant in the familyValerianaceae. It is one of the seven autumnal flowers and has yellow flowers. The flowers grow in inflorescences at the tips of the flower stalks that emerge from between the rhizome leaves and bear many small flowers. After the flowers, a hairy spur is formed on the upper end of the fruit.
Generic name: Patrinia scabiosaefolia, scientific name:Patrinia scabiosifolia, aka: ominaeshi, Place of Origin: Hokkaido to Kyushu Japan, Eastern Siberia, Eastern Siberia, flower height: 60 to 100 cm, top of stem: well branched, Leaf shape: pinnate duplex (lower part), monophyll (upper part), Inflorescence: opposite, leaf margin: serrated, corolla diameter: 15-20 cm, corolla: tubular with 5 lobes at the tip, small flower diameter: 0.5-0 .6 cm, Flower color: Yellow, Number of stamens: 4, Column: 1, Crown hairs: hairy, flowering season: August-October, Fruit diameter: 0.3-0.4 cm, fruit shape: oblong, Uses: parks, cut flowers, herbal medicine.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf typepinnately compound
SeasonAug Sep Oct
Height60 ~ 100 [cm]
Diameter0.5 ~ 0.6