- Flower nameGalinsoga quadriradiata
- Scientific nameGalinsoga quadriradiata
- Alias掃溜菊, shaggy soldier, Peruvian daisy
- Place of originTropical America
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What is Galinsoga quadriradiata
Galinsoga quadriradiata or Peruvian daisy（scientific name: Galinsoga quadriradiata) is a natural plant from tropical America, and is an annual grass wild plant of the family Asteraceae. The stem is soft and white short hair grows. The leaves are green and the tip is elongated ovoid but the lower leaf is egg-shaped Shiso leaves and the base is wedge shaped. The tip of the leaf is pointed, and there are saw teeth on the leaf edge. Almost all the year, small head flowers will continue to bloom in vacant lots and so on. The head flower has a deep bowl shape of about 5 mm in diameter, and a yellow tubular flower and a short white flower blossom around it are attached to it sparsely. Petals have a round taste and the tip tears 2-3.
Common name: Galinsoga quadriradiata or Peruvian daisy, scientific name: Galinsoga quadriradiata, synonyms: Galinosoga ciliata, also called: shaggy soldier, Peruvian daisy, Place of origin: Tropical America, Habitat: vacant, Garden and roadside, plant height: 10-60 cm, leaves: opposite, leaf order: viable, flower color: yellow tubular flower and white tongue like flower, flower season: April to December, flower diameter: 0.5 cm.