- Flower nameSanguinaria canadensis
- Scientific nameSanguinaria canadensis
- AliasSanguinaria canadensis, Sanguinaria, カナダゲシ, Blood roots, サンギナリア
- Place of originthe eastern North American continent such as Canada
- Place of floweringPotted flower
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Sanguinaria canadensis
Sanguinaria canadensis (scientific name: Sanguinaria canadensis) is a cold-resistant deciduous perennial plant belonging to the genus Sangiria in the eastern North American continent such as Canada. One species and one species. In the place of origin, it grows naturally on the forest floor and the forest edge where there is a brook in the mountains from the flat land. One leaf comes out from one bud, but white flowers with low plant height bloom before spreading. There are single blooms, multiple petal blooms, and double blooms. Also, when red and thick rhizomes are damaged, red juice comes out and is called 'Blood roots', but here it is toxic and toxic as Sanguinarine.
Common name: Sanguinaria, scientific name: Sanguinaria canadensis, also known as Blood roots, plant height: 10-12 cm, leaf color: green, leaf shape: round, flower color : White / pink color, flower diameter: 5 cm, petal number: 8-12, stamen / female color: yellow, flowering period: March to May, seed color: green.