- Flower nameyellow loosestrife
- Scientific nameLysimachia vulgaris var. davurica
- Aliasイオウソウ, 草連玉
- Place of originEurope and Asia
- Place of floweringWetlands
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is yellow loosestrife
yellow loosestrife( Lysimachia vulgaris var. davurica) is a perennial herbaceous plant native to Europe and Asia in the family of Primulaceae. It is native to the mountainous wetlands of Hokkaido, Honshu and Kyushu. In summer, it produces yellow flowers by growing conical inflorescences in the leaf axils. What looks like a yellow flower is a joint flower with five deeply lobed calyxes.
Common name : Lysimachia vulgaris var. davurica, also known as sulfur dioxin, leaf shape: lanceolate, inflorescence: opposite or ringed, leaf margin: fully lobed, corolla: 1.2-1.5 cm in diameter, flower color: yellow, inflorescence Form: conical inflorescence, number of stamens: 5, flowering season: July-August, fruit type: capsule, fruit diameter: 0.4 cm.