- Flower nameSyneilesis palmata
- Scientific nameSyneilesis palmata
- Place of originJapan to the Korean Peninsula
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Syneilesis palmata
Syneilesis palmata, or Yaburegasa (scientific name: Syneilesis palmata) is native to Japan to the Korean Peninsula and is a perennial plant of the family Asteraceae. The leaves are large circular, tear down to about 10 pieces, and there are rough serrations on the leaf edge. In the summer to autumn, the conical inflorescences are stretched, and the head flower consisting only of tubular flowers blooms.
Common name: Syneilesis palmata, or Yaburegasa, Scientific name: Syneilesis palmata, habitat distribution: Japan to Korean Peninsula, Habitat distribution: Honshu , Shikoku and Kyushu, Environment: forest, life type: perennial, leaf shape: round, leaf diameter: 40 cm , Leaf margin: palmatous deep fissure, inflorescence form: conical, flower shape: head flower composed of tubular flowers, flowering period: July to September, flower size: 0.9 cm, fruit type: capsule.