- Flower nameOrange hawkweed
- Scientific nameHieracium aurantiacum l.
- Aliasエフデタンポポ, エフデギク, 絵筆蒲公英, 絵筆菊, 紅輪蒲公英, ヒエラシウム, Fox-and-cubs, Orange Hawkweed, Orange hawkweed
- Place of originEurope
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Orange hawkweed
Orange hawkweed (scientific name:Hieracium aurantiacum l.) is a naturalized perennial Asteraceae native to Europe. It was brought to Japan during the Meiji era. Flowers from early summer to summer in the field eye-catching red give several a spindly stem tips. Roadsides and fields in Hokkaido, has bred many. Put a rosette of leaves, stems, leaves and buds of hair. Because It resembles a dandelion, a part of the flower name has it with a dandelion, but is the other genus. The orange hawkweed is the Hieracium genus, and the dandelion is a plant of the Taraxacum genus.
Generic name:Orange hawkweed、scientific name:Hieracium aurantiacum 、aka: Orange Hawkweed, origin: Europe, life type: perennial, height: 30-50 cm and roots raw leaf: spatula-type, margin entire, inflorescences shaped racemes, Corolla: loquacious flowers, flower: Zhu, Flowering period: June-August, flower diameter: 1.5-2 cm.