- Flower nameEupatorium
- Scientific nameEupatorium makinoi
- Aliasヒヨドリソウ, 鵯花, 鵯草, Boneset
- Place of originChina
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonAugust, September, October
What is Eupatorium
Eupatorium (scientific name:Eupatorium chinense L) is a perennial native to China. Scattered clusters from late summer to fall stretched from the scape aggregate a large number of small tubular flowers of pale-purple or white and bloom. Purple spots or short-haired stems. Leaf has a short petiole, rough, with opposite on the stem. Eupatorium boneset and yotuvahiyodrisawhiyodoli is similar. Way to distinguish them is is so hard to follow below. Boneset leaves are deeply three-lobed, but cuts in the leaves of eupatorium, yotuvahiyodri, no. For opposite leaves of eupatorium yotuvahiyodri leaves the whorls is 3-4. Whereas eupatorium grows, roadside, boneset, grows in the river.
Common name: eupatorium , scientific name:Eupatorium chinense L.(EUP thorium), also known as: hiyodrissow, sun loungers (mountain Orchid),
origin: China, leaf: oval, leaf: serrated and scattered bunch flower diameter: 15-20 cm, height: 100-200 cm, color: white, pale purple, tubular flower length: 0.5-0.6 cm, flowering time: August-October.