- Flower namePinellia ternata
- Scientific namePinellia ternata
- Place of originJapan to Chaina
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August
What is Pinellia ternata
Crowddipper, Scientific name: Pinellia ternata) is a perennial herb belonging to the genus Pinellia of the family Araceae, native to Japan from China. In Japan, it is a wild grass of 30-40 cm in plant height that grows naturally in the fields and fields of Hokkaido-Kyushu. The underground tubers are spherical with a diameter of 1 to 2 cm, and those dried after removing the cork layer become the raw material for the herbal medicine called 'hange'. Take 1 to 3 10-20 cm long rooted leaves from the tuber. Attach a small 3-5 mm diameter beadlet (mukago) to the center of the petiole and the base of the leaflets. The leaves consist of 4 small leaves. In summer, take out the flower stalk and attach a green flower innocence in the form of a green, scaly flower to the end of the flower stalk. The genus name "Pinellia" is a dedication to the Italian botanist "G. V. Pinelli (Dr. Pinelli)", and the species minor "ternata" means "three numbers" in Latin.
Generic name:Crowddipper, Scientific name:Pinellia ternata, aka:Karasu-bishaku, Origin:Hokkaido- Honshu-Kyushu of Japan,Korean Peninsula to China, Environment: Field, leaf: 3 bi-leaf (single leaf with 3 folds in palm), plant height: 30-40 cm, petiole length: 15-20 cm, leaf color: green, inflorescence form: meat ear inflorescence, Inflorescence pattern length: 25 to 35 cm, female inflorescence length: 2 mm, male inflorescence length: 5 to 7 mm, flower stem length: 20 to 30 cm, inflorescence: no, male flower: 2 male flower, female flower: 1 female flower, flower color: Green, flowering stage: May to August, rhizome diameter: 1 to 2 cm, fruit type: green on berries, usage: horticultural plants, medicinal plants.