- Flower nameDesmodium
- Scientific nameDesmodium paniculatum
- Place of originChina, Korea, Taiwan, Japan
- Place of flowering
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Desmodium
Desmodium paniculatum (scientific name: Desmodium paniculatum) is a perennial wildflower in the legume family Nusbitoceae whch is a naturalized plant from North America . The fruits (beans) have a hooked tip on the pods and stick to human clothing and animal hair. The fruit is larger than the thief's bush clover and has more than three beans (D. paniculatum), while the Nusbitohagi has two.
Common name: Desmodium paniculatum, scientific name: Desmodium paniculatum, Habitat: Wasteland, reclaimed land and fields, Life-type: Perennial wildflower, Height: 100 cm, Inflorescence: Common inflorescence, Flower diameter: 0 .4 to 0.5 cm, flowering season: July to September, flower color: light purple to red (evening), fruit type: agglutination.