Flower Database

toothache plant

Basic information
Flower Name
toothache plant
Formal Name
Acmella oleracea
Alias
阿蘭陀千日, 葉唐辛子, Spilanthes, Toothache plant
Habitat
South-East Asia and India
Morph
Cold hardiness of years grass
Comment
Toothache plant (scientific name: Acmella oleracea) is a hardy perennial asteraceae native to Southeast Asia, such as India. Give the skinny "tips such as Bon Bon lovely oval tubular flowers only from consisting of rounded flowers. Flowers in yellow, Brown tops. Includes spicy ingredients Sprinter (Spilanthol) varieties with high zesty and spicy, so leaves boiled in soy sauce, 'ha-rtougarashi' (pepper leaf) is used. Is grown for the ornamental flowers and leaves and herbal spices, rheumatoid arthritis, and ventilation work materials. Flowers are yellow, monochromatic or spilanthes (yellow flowers Holland sennichimae) also.
Common name: Toothache plant, scientific name: Acmella oleracea, aka: hertougarasi (pepper leaf) Spilanthes, egg balls, origin: India, Southeast Asia, the plant height: 30 cm, phyllotaxis: opposite, leaf oval, leaf color: green, leaf: shallow serrations, flower color: yellow+Brown, flowering period: July to September.
Detailed information
Order
Asterales
Family
Asteraceae
Genus
Spiranthes
Species
S. acmera
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Head
Petal shape
Tubular
Leaf type
Ovate/Ovoid
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Garden field Botanic garden
Color
Brown, Yellow
Season
Jul Aug Sep
Height
30  ~ 40  [cm]
Diameter
2  ~ 2