- Flower nameMariscus congestus
- Scientific nameCyperus cogestus
- Place of originthe Southern Africa
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September, October
What is Mariscus congestus
Mariscus congestus or yumenoshima kayatsuri-gusa (scientific name: Mariscus congestus) is native the and is an prellenial wild grass of the Cyprinidae family. It is a naturalized plant that was confirmed to be native in Yumenoshima, and it is seen at the roadside and at the water. Inflorescence is a compound spike with a flower - a spike consisting of a large number of flowers (apikelet, spicule) as a unit. It is similar to Ikigayatsuri (mosquito netting hanging).
Scientific name: Mariscus congestus, scientific name: Mariscus congestus, synonim: Cyperus cogestus, Origin: South Africa, habitat: roadside, waterside, Lifestyle type: wild perennial grass, plant height: 50 to 70 cm, leaf color: green, inflorescence form: spike, flowering period: July to October, flower color: