- Flower nameLychnis coronaria
- Scientific nameLychnis coronaria
- Aliasフランネルソウ, リクニス･コロナリア, Lychnis coronaria, 酔仙翁, Mullein pink
- Place of originsouthern Europe
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Garden
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August
- Language of flowersTwo secret
What is Lychnis coronaria
Lychnis coronaria or Suisenno, (scientific name: Lychnis coronaria) is native to southern Europe and is an evergreen perennial plant in the family Caryophyllaceae. The flower stalk is taken out from the center of the rosette-shaped leaf, and a large number of branches are made to bloom at the tip of the stem. The foliage has fine hairs, so it looks like a silver gray velvet. The species name "coronaria" means "used for the corolla". The flower language is "I always love you."
Generic name: Lychnis coronaria, aka:Suisenno, Scientific name: Lychnis coronaria, plant height: 30-100 cm, leaf shape: lanceolate, phyllophore: opposite, leaf length: 5-12 cm, leaf margin: whole edge, flowering style: single bloom, double flowering, flowering period: May to August, flower diameter: 2-3 cm, inflorescence form: sparse panicles, number of petals: 5, fruit type: thin.