- Flower nameTansy 'boreale'
- Scientific nameTanacetum vulgare var. boreale
- Aliasエゾノヨモギギク, Tanacetum vulgare var. boreale
- Place of originJapan, the Korean Peninsula and eastern China
- Place of floweringGarden, Seashore, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Tansy 'boreale'
Tansy 'boreale' or Ezo no yomogigiku (scientific name: Tanacetum vulgare var. boreale) is native to Japan, the Korean Peninsula, and eastern China, and is a variant of the perennial plant "Tanacetum vulgare or Yomogigiku (scientific name: Tanacetum vulgare)" in the Asteraceae family. It is 60-70 cm tall. It has two pinnate compound leaves with serrations on the leaf margins, which grow in alternate clusters. In summer and early summer, it produces an inflorescence of conspicuous yellow tubular flowers with a hemispherical head. The flowers have an odor similar to camphor. It can be planted in the garden, in pots, or in containers.
Common name: Tansy 'boreale' , scientific name: Tanacetum vulgare var. boreale, also known as Ezo no yomogigiku, origin: Japan - Korean Peninsula, eastern China, habitat distribution: eastern and northern Hokkaido, environment: coast, Leaf shape: 2-fold pinnate compound leaf, leaf length: 15-25 cm, leaf width: 7-10 cm, leaf margin: serrated, leaf inflorescence: alternate, Inflorescence: sporadic, corolla: only tubular flowers with hemispherical heads, color: yellow, flower diameter: 1 cm, flowering season: July-September, Uses: garden, potted plants, containers, Special Notes: Flowers have a camphor odor.