- Flower nameRagwort
- Scientific nameNemosenecio nikoensis
- Aliasボロギク, 沢菊, 襤褸菊, Nemosenecio nikoensis
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringWetlands, Low mountains, River, pond
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August
What is Ragwort
Ragwort (scientific name:Nemosenecio nikoensis) is a perennial herb in the genus chrysanthemum, Department of ragwort. From Hokkaido in the somewhat dark forests of Kyushu, along yellow flowers bloom quietly. Give the pinnate leaves and thin stems to branch and at the tip of branches to open the yellow flower heads. Flowers of the Asteraceae involucre covered flowers are at the base, has been bundled. Depends on the Chrysanthemum blooms in the swamp that is the flower name.So it looks like a flower after achene Pappus white rags (threadbare) is called blogging.
Generic name: ragwort, scientific name: Nemosenecio nikoensis , aka: blogging (threadbare Chrysanthemum), origin: Hokkaido-Kyushu, environment: along the stream somewhat dark forest, type: perennials, plant height 60 - 100 cm, leaf: pinnate, inflorescences form: capitulum, flower color: yellow, size: 1 cm, flowering period: June-August.