- Flower nameAsphodelus fistulosus
- Scientific nameAsphodelus fistulosus
- AliasAsphodelus fistulosus, 花蔓穂蘭, Hanatsuru boran, アレチヒナユリ, 荒地雛百合
- Place of originthe Mediterranean coast
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Asphodelus fistulosus
Asphodelus fistulosus,hollow-stemmed asphodel and Hanatsuru boran (scientific name: Asphodelus fistulosus) is native to the Mediterranean coast and is a perennial perennial of the family Asphodelaceae. It is a naturalized plant in the country and region of the Mediterranean climate. In spring, flower stalks are taken out and extend conical inflorescence from the tip, and bloom white flowers like small starfish. The flower looks like a six-valve flower with a funnel shape with six tips at the tip. A reddish brown streak is in the center of the petal. Flower stems are hollow. Flowers are shallow blossoming and a flower is closed all evening.
Common name: Asphodelus fistulosus, aka: Hanatsuru boran, Asphodelus fistulosus,hollow-stemmed asphodel, , onionweed, onion-leafed asphodel, and pink asphodel,, Place of Origin: Mediterranean Coast, Plant Length: 40 to 50 cm, Leaf Shape: Linear, Leaf height: 15 to 30 cm, Inflorescence form: conical inflorescence, corolla shape: 6 fissures in funnel shape, number of petals: 6, flowering period: Flower color: 1 to 2 cm, flower color: white background, red brown vertical line in the center, number of stamens: 6, flower blooming style: flat, seed number: 6.