- Flower nameAsatsuki
- Scientific nameAllium schoenoprasum var. foliosum
- Aliasイトネギ, 浅葱
- Place of originEurasia, Europe
- Place of floweringField
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Asatsuki
Asotsuki (scientific name: Allium schoenoprasum var. Foliosum) is a variant of the bulb plant "Chives" of Euphausia, European origin and belonging to the family Amaryllidaceae. From May to June, a spherical flower blooms on the thin stem tip. In the summer and winter season after flowering, the aboveground part will die but it is not a dead translation, it will give off a sprout again. Leaves and flowers on the ground and bulbs underground are used for appreciation, dry flowers, leases, and dishes.
Common name: Asatsuki, Scientific name: Allium schoenoprasum var. Foliosum, aka: Ito negi, Origin : Eurasia, Europe, plant height: 10 to 20 cm, leaf shape: thinnest cylindrical shape in edible onion, leaf color: light yellowish green, inflorescence diameter: 2 to 3 cm, flowering period: May to June, flower color: peach Red purple · Blue purple · White, Flower: Rokka flowers.