- Flower nameEuphorbia marginata
- Scientific nameEuphorbia marginata
- Aliasユーフォルビア・マルギナタ, 初雪草, Euphorbia marginata, Euphorbia, ghost weed, snow-on-the mountain, Hatsuyukisou
- Place of originSouthern North America
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September, October
What is Euphorbia marginata
Euphorbia marginata commonly called as snow-on-the mountain, or hatsuyukisou (scientific name: Euphorbia marginata) is a native colony of southern North America, non-cold annual grass of the genus Euphoraceae. Leaf contrast is beautiful on the green leaves, with the leaves of the white covering ring. A small white flower cup in the form of a cup is bloomed in a scattering inflorescence from summer to autumn. In fact, the things that look like this flower are one stamen and several stamens. There are no petals, the one that looks like a petal is an accessory (bract). Flowers are not as worth seeing as leaves. Care must be taken because milky white liquid emerging from the cut of the leaf stem may cause inflammation of the skin. In the same genus, there is a poinsettia (scientific name: Euphorbia pulcherrima) popular as a Christmas houseplant with bracts, red, white, yellow, respectively.
Common name: Euphorbia marginata, Scientific name: Euphorbia marginata, Other name: Euphorbia, ghost weed, snow-on-the mountain, hatsuyukisou, Place of Origin: Southern part of North America, Living Type: Non-cold-resistant annual grass, plant height: 60 to 100 cm, Leaf color: leaf margin in green background, inflorescence form: scattering inflorescence, corolla (actually, bracts): cup shape, flower color: white, flower size: 0.5 cm, flowering period: July to October, use : Color leaf, gardening, cut flowers.