- Flower nameDaucus carota
- Scientific nameDaucus carota
- Aliasワイルドキャロット, 野良人参, Wild Carrot, Daucus carota
- Place of originWest Asia - Mediterranean
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Daucus carota
Daucus carota or Wild Carrot(scientific name: Daucus carota) is native to Western Asia - the Mediterranean, is a natural plant of overwort grass of the family Apiaceae. The leaves are green. In summer, white small flowers like lace will gather and bloom. Although it is a prototype of carrots, it is not edible.
Common name: Nora ginseng (scientific name), Scientific name: Daucus carota, aka: Wild Carrot, Queen Anne's Lace, Noningjin, Origin: West Asia ~ Mediterranean, Distribution of habitat: Japan nationwide, Environment: roadside, city area, living type: overgrowth, plant height: 30 to 100 cm, leaf shape: 2 to 3 times 3 petalled leaf color: green, flowering period: July ~ September, flower color: white, inflorescence type: complex scattering inflorescence, inflorescence diameter: 15 to 20 cm, petal number: 5, fruit shape: long ellipse.