- Flower nameRudbeckia triloba
- Scientific nameRudbeckia triloba l.
- AliasRudbeckia triloba, triloba, ミツバオオハンゴンソウ
- Place of origingarden variety
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September, October, November, December
What is Rudbeckia triloba
Rudbeckia triloba (scientific name: Rudbeckia triloba) is native to North America and is a naturalized plant of a biennial herb belonging to the family Asteraceae. The flower is composed of a brown cylindrical flower that blooms for a long period of time (a place that rises in a conical shape in the center of the flower) and a yellow tongue-shaped flower (petals). In the Japanese name, the leaves at the bottom of the stem are split into three. It is also called honey beetle (Trefoil large rebel grass) or honey beetle (large trefoil repellent grass).
Common name: Rudbeckia triloba (scientific name: Rudbeckia triloba L. aka: Rudbeckia Takao, honey beetle (Trefoil large rebel), large honey beetle (Three rebel), Thin-leaved coneflower, classification Name: Plant kingdom angiosperm dicotyledonous terrestrial asteraceae (genus Rudbeckia), place of origin: North America, plant height: 150 cm, feature: three leaves split, flowering period: July- December, flower diameter: 6-10 cm, flower color: brown (tubular flower), yellow (tongue flower).