- Flower nameSisyrinchium rosulatum
- Scientific nameSisyrinchium rosulatum
- AliasSisyrinchium rosulatum, 庭石菖, ナンキンアヤメ, 南京文目, Niwazekisyo
- Place of originSoutheast Texas, North America
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Garden
- Flowering seasonMay, June
- Language of flowersprosperity
What is Sisyrinchium rosulatum
Sisyrinchium rosulatum, Annual blue-eyed grasses, (scientific name:Sisyrinchium rosulatum) is native to southeastern North America, such as Texas, and is an annual wildflower of the family Iridaceae. It is a naturalized plant, commonly found on roadside grasslands. The stem has a flat shape, the leaves are sword-like, and the stem is held at the base. In early summer, a small purple-red or white six-six-colored flower (a flower with six flower covers) blooms at the tip of the flower stem. The flowers are all day long and wither in the evening.
A similar flower is Sisyrinchium micranthum.
General name: Sisyrinchium rosulatum, Scientific name: Sisyrinchium rosulatum, aka: Annual blue-eyed grasses, rosulatum, Place of Origin: Southeastern North America (Texas etc) ), Life style: annual grass, plant height: 10 to 20 cm, amphibious flower, radiant flower, flowering stage: May to June, flower color: purple-purple / white, flower diameter: 1.5 cm, fruit: spherical fruit.