- Flower namePhysostegia virginiana
- Scientific namePhysostegia virginiana
- Alias花虎尾, Physostegia virginiana, カクトラノオ, 角虎の尾, フィソステギア, Physostegia
- Place of originCentral and South America to Northern Mexico
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonAugust, September
- Language of flowersFaithful
What is Physostegia virginiana
Physostegia virginiana, or Hana Torano-o (scientific name: Physostegia virginiana) is a perennial plant belonging to the genus Pseudolysimachion of the family Plantaginaceae. In the rainy season to early autumn, small lip-shaped flowers bloom from the bottom of the flower spike. The basic flower color is pink, but light purple, white, and magenta are also available. The stem is square.
Common name: Physostegia virginiana, Scientific name: Physostegia virginiana, Alias: Hanatorano-o, obedient plant, obedience, false dragonhead, Origin: Central and South America to Northern Mexico, Inflorescence: Antibiotic, Leaf shape: Needle shape, Leaf edge: Sawtooth, Leaf color: Green, Inflorescence shape: Spike / conic, Apical, Corolla: Lip shape, flower color: peach, light purple, white, magenta, flowering period: August to September.