- Flower nameHygrophila salicifolia
- Scientific nameHygrophila salicifolia
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringRiver, pond
- Flowering seasonAugust, September, October, November
What is Hygrophila salicifolia
Hygrophila salicifolia, or Ogino tsume , scientific name:Hygrophila salicifolia, is native to Japan and is a perennial herb in the family Acanthaceae, native to wild fields of southern Japan. Native to paddy fields in southern Japan. Although it is a weed, it also becomes an aquarium plant. The leaves are long, linear lanceolate, counterattaching. From summer to autumn, lilac florets bunch on the axils to bloom.
Generic name: Hygrophila salicifolia,, Scientific name: Hygrophila salicifolia, Habitat: Southern Japan , Environment: paddy fields, wetlands, life type: perennials, plant height: 30 cm, stem cross-section: square, leaf color: green, leaf shape: linear lanceolate, leaf length: long, leaf order: opposite, flower color: light purple, Inflorescence: August-November, Floral: None, Inflorescence: Bunch on axils, Use: Aquarium aquatic plants and weeds.