- Flower nameLigularia fischeri
- Scientific nameLigularia fischeri
- Place of originJapan, Taiwan, China
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Wetlands
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September, October
What is Ligularia fischeri
Ligularia fischeri is a perennial wild grass of the department Asteraceae Ligularia genus native to Eastern Asia, the Himalayas, Japan. In the summer, including oze marshland in flowering. Plant high, erect stems to yellow flower heads. Is similar to Ligularia stenocephala, but the number of florets Ligularia stenocephala as much as 3 , Ligularia Fischeri about 8 pieces and, whereas often. In addition, Ligularia Fischeri is not sharp for the Ligularia stenocephala having a sharp leaf of the base.
General name: :Ligularia fischeri,
scientific name:Ligularia fischeri,
origin: Himalayas, Japan and other East Asian countries, Habitat: oze Honshu and Kyushu environment: wild, wetland and grassland, Living type: tufted perennial, height: 100-200 cm, length: 30-60 cm, leaf heart round in base 尖ranai, leaf edge: serrated and flowering: July-October, flower: yellow, flower-shaped racemes, Corolla flower heads, rayed flower number: 8, flowerheads: 2 cm, look: wild flowers.