- Flower nameSarracenia flava
- Scientific nameSarracenia flava
- Aliasサラセニア, 黄花瓶子草
- Place of originthe coast of the Gulf of Mexico in North America
- Place of floweringWetlands, Greenhouse
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Sarracenia flava
Sarracenia flava, (scientific name: Sarracenia flava) is a semi-tolerant perennial herbivorous plant of the genus Sarracenia in the family Sarraceniaceae, native to North America. It is a large species of Sarracenia. It has long, tubular leaves which attract insects and dissolve them for nutrients. It is also known by its Japanese name, kibana heishi-so (yellow flowered bottlebrush). In Japanese, it is called yellow bottlebrush.
Common name: Sarracenia flava, Scientific name: Sarracenia flava, Origin: North America, Stem length: 40-70 cm, rarely 100 cm, leaf edge: rippled, Flower colour: yellow, flowering period: March to May, flower diameter: 4-7 cm.