- Flower namePinkladies
- Scientific nameOenothera speciosa
- Aliasヒルザキモモイロツキミソウ, 昼咲月見草, オエノセラ・スペキオサ, Oenothera speciosa
- Place of originNorth American environment
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
- Language of flowersThe unfettered mind
What is Pinkladies
Pinkladies , or Hiruzaki-tsukimisou (scientific name: Oenothera speciosa) is a cold-resistant perennial of the family Onagraceae native to North America. From late spring to summer, flowers like Evening primrose ( Matsuyoigusa ) are made in pink color. Naturalized plants from North America are strong and wild. The leaves are lanceolate, with corrugated saw teeth on the leaf edge and attached one after the other. This baby was born as it blooms in the day, whereas the same flower blooming flowers at night. There are other Perenis (scientific name: Oenothera perennis) and Fluticosa in the genus Matrimidae.
Common name: Hirakisukitakisou (day-blooming evening primrose), Scientific name: Oenothera speciosa (Oenosela · Speckiosa), aka: Hiruzaki Tsukimisou , Oenothera Spekiosa, Origin: North America, environment: places with good sunshine and watering, plant height: 30 to 50 cm, leaf shape: lanceolate shape, leaf edge: wavy sawtooth, leaves: alternate , Flower diameter: 4 to 5 cm, flower color: peach blossom season: May to July, flowering time: day.