- Flower nameEuphorbia cyathophora
- Scientific nameEuphorbia cyathophora
- Aliasクサショウジョウ, Annual poinsettia, Euphorbia cyathophora, fire-on-the-mountain
- Place of originSouthern part of North America to Brazil
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Botanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonAugust, September, October
What is Euphorbia cyathophora
Euphorbia cyathophora commonly called as fire-on-the-mountain (scientific name: Euphorbia cyathophora) is a non-cold-resistant annual grass of the family Euphorbiaceae in the southern part of North America to Brazil, the family Euphorbiaceae. It is beautiful contrasting the bract color like a red insect meal and the original green bract color. In the summer, a lot of yellow flowers without petals will bloom at the tip of the flower stem. Flowers are not noticeable compared to bracts. When I hear Shojou, I remember a nursery rhyme called "Shotoshoujouji", but the grass is a fantasy beast created in ancient China, a red long hair and a creature resembling a monkey like a drinker. The name flower called a grass was named after reminiscent of the red head hair color.
Poinsettia belongs to the same genus, the whole bract leaves red. E. cyathophora, also known as' fire-on-the-mountain'. Also, in the same genus there is "Euphorbia marginata called "snow-on-the-mountain".
Common name: Elephantia chinensis (scallop grass), Scientific name: Euphorbia cyathophora, aka: fire-on-the-mountain,dwarf poinsettia, paintedleaf, Origin: North America South Brazil, Breeding height: 60 to 100 cm, Leaf order: alternate, leaf shape: egg shape, leaf height: 6 cm, leaf width: 3 cm, bract leaf color: one in green Department red, bracts shape: goldfish leaves, violin type, watching period: August - October, flower color: yellow, flowering period: August to October.