- Flower nameLiatris
- Scientific nameLiatris spicata
- Aliasユリアザミ, 百合薊, Liatris, blazingstar, gayfeather, button snakewort , キリンギク
- Place of originEastern North America
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Liatris
Liatris spicata (scientific name; Liatris spicata) is a hardy perennial of the Asteraceae Liatris genus native to Eastern North America. Flower heads out of long spikes in the summer, a small five-petaled flowers of violet. Flowers from flowers in bloom towards the bottom.
Common name: Liatris, scientific name:Liatris spicata, aka: gayfeather, blazingstar, button snakewort, origin: Eastern North America, height: 100-150 cm, leaf color: green, leaf: linear lanceolate, total bracts: oval, phyllotaxis: alternate, leaf margin: entire, inflorescence: capitate spikes, squeezing: flower heads, flowering: July-September, flowers high: 30 cm Flower: violet and white, Corolla florets 8-13 wheels, small star tubular flowers, florets diameter:0.5-0.8cm, fruit: capsule and ripens fruit, use: garden planted, cut flower.