- Flower nameLythrum anceps
- Scientific nameLythrum anceps
- Aliasボンバナ, ショウリョウバナ
- Place of originJapan and the Eurasian continent, Mediterranean Sea
- Place of floweringRice paddies
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
- Language of flowersPure love
What is Lythrum anceps
Lythrum anceps , (scientific name: Lythrum anceps ), is a cold-resistant perennial plant of the family Lythraceae that originates in Japan and the Korean Peninsula. It is often found in sunny places on the waterside such as wetlands and waterfronts throughout Japan.
It grows at the time of the cluster amaryllis and is used to bundle this flower and pour water into the offering to cleanse it. From the tip of the slender square stem, the spikes are stretched and red violet flowers bloom.
Common name: Lythrum anceps, Scientific name: Lythrum anceps, Origin: Japan-Korea Peninsula, distribution: Hokkaido to Kyushu in Japan, environment: field and roadside, life type: perennial, plant height: 100-130 cm, leaf shape: fine egg shape, leaf length: 2-6 cm, inflorescence: crucifixion, petiole : Yes, Number of petals: 6, Inflorescence form: Spikelet, Inflorescence height: 20-30 cm, Flowering period: July-September, Flower color: Pink, purple, Flower diameter: 0.6 cm, Use: Biotope, garden planting, Leaves and flowers are edible.