- Flower namePolygonum filiforme
- Scientific namePolygonum filiforme
- Place of originIndia
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonAugust, September, October
What is Polygonum filiforme
Polygonum filiforme is a perennial herbs of the polygonum department of polygonum genus native to India. Thin straight to Spike (raceme) on rice-grain florets (actually calyx) to open. In a relatively sober flower does not stand out too much. Stalk has many sections. The leaves are green is small, rarely there are variegated. Leaves are oval in shape and loquat with fruits, downy hair grows on the surface. Master the perianth and fissure deep into four pieces on P. filiforme of red and white because white under one of three red, hanging on the envelope, it was named.
General:Polygonum filiforme, scientific name:Polygonum filiforme, aka: mizuhiki, origin: India, height: 40-80 cm, flower colors: red, white, Flowering period: from August to October, flowers, racemes, inflorescence length: 30 cm, flower diameter:0.4cm.