- Flower nameSetaria pachystachys
- Scientific nameSetaria viridis var. pachystachys
- Place of originWorld, such as Japan's temperate rural environment
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Setaria pachystachys
Setaria pachystachys is native to China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan, is a small annual wild grass. of the department Poaceae of Setaria genus. Setaria viridis (scientific name:Setaria virides) are coastal. It roots in the crevices of rocks and sand of coastal seaboard in Japan . Out from short stems from branched panicles short green-rayed (AWN, needle-like hairs) the dense long from summer to fall . To adapt to the harsh environment are exposed to strong winds and sea breeze height lower stems are radially spread leaves are fleshy.
As well as grass foxtail (scientific name: setaria viridis), Lagurus for gardening and similar.
Common name: Setaria pachystachys,
scientific name: Setaria viridis var. pachystachys,
Other name: Hamaenokoro(in Japanese)
origin: Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, Habitat: Japan national, environment: coast coastal rocks and sand,
Height: 5-15 cm, flowers: panicles, inflorescence length: 3 cm, inflorescence shape: 1 cm, flowering period: July-August, flower color: yellow-green