- Flower nameDead nettle
- Scientific nameLamium album l. var. barbatum
- Alias踊子草, white nettle, white dead-nettle
- Place of originJapan, Korea, China
- Place of floweringLow mountains, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Dead nettle
Dead nettle (grass dancer, scientific name: Lamium album L. var. barbatum) is a perennial grass of the genus of Lamium native to China, Korea and Japan. Grows from Hokkaido to Kyushu mountains or path. From spring in early summer on wheels scattered inflorescences of white or pale pink lips shaped flowers bloom. According to the flower name dancer wearing a hat Corolla shape looks like a. Roots are used in Chinese medicine.
Common name:Dead nettle, scientific name: Lamium album L. var. barbatum, aka : wild grass hemp, origin: Japan, Korea, China, Habitat: Hokkaido-shadow of Kyushu, Japan, and environment: field and path location, height: 30-50 cm leaf: wide oval, phyllotaxis: vs., petiole: aerobic, leaf: serrated with, left-right asymmetric flowers, rings scattered flowers, Corolla: lip-type / helmet-shaped, flower: April-June, flower color: white, pink, flower diameter: 3-4 cm, Applications: shoots, edible, roots in traditional Chinese medicine.