- Flower nameHeracleum lanatum
- Scientific nameHeracleum lanatum
- Alias大花独活, ウラゲハナウド, 裏毛花独活, cow parsnip, Heracleum lanatum
- Place of originnorthern hemisphere
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Seashore, Sub-alpine, Hokkaido
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September
What is Heracleum lanatum
Heracleum lanatum, or cow parsnip, or oh-hanaudo (scientific name: Heracleum lanatum) is a large perennial plant in the family Apiaceae native to the northern hemisphere. In the early summer, large inflorescences are stretched and a large number of white florets are collected and bloomed. It is larger than Hanaud.It is found in wetlands such as coasts. The stem is thick, the inside is hollow and hollow, and the nodes are densely populated with white hair. The leaves are three-leaf bileaves, and the edges are jagged. The fruit grows after the flower.
Information of Heracleum lanatum
Generic name: Heracleum lanatum, scientific name: Heracleum lanatum, Also known as: cow parsnip, or oh-hanaudo, Plant height: 100-200 cm, leaf shape: 3 leaflets, 5 leaflets, family edge: sawtooth, Inflorescence type: double divergent inflorescence, number of petals: 5, bilateral flowering,
flowering period: May to September, flower color: white.