- Flower nameHananigana
- Scientific nameParaprenanthes sororia
- AliasParaprenanthes sororia
- Place of originChina
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Seashore, Low mountains
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Hananigana
Hananigana (scientific name: Paraprenanthes sororia) is a perennial wild grass of the Asteraceae, native to China. Blooming on the mountain road. Leaves hold stems. The ligulate flower is purple and has about 10 sticky flowers.
Common name: Hananaga, Scientific name: Paraprenanthes sororia, Habitat distribution: Japan from Hokkaido to Kyushu, Environment: Roadside from low mountain to high mountain, Living type: Perennial, Plant height: 50-150 cm, Stem: Branch at the top, Stem and leaves: Stalk, Flowering period: June to August, flower color: red-purple, head flower: about 10 tongue-shaped flowers, flower diameter: 1 cm.