- Flower nameCattails
- Scientific nameTypha orientalis l.
- Alias小蒲, Typha orientalis
- Place of originIn the temperate zone of the northern hemisphere and southern hemisphere Australia
- Place of floweringWetlands
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Cattails
Cattails( Kogama, scientific name: scientific name Typha orientalis L.) is the typha genus aquatic perennial herb. Typhaceae in Japan seen fellow Typha latifolia (Gama ,scientific name:Typha latifolia L), Typha domingensis (Himegama, scientific name:Typha domingensis L), cattails (kogama, scientific name:Typha orientalis).Cattails are smaller than the toad, thin thickness of stem and leaf width.Typha domingensis is apart of the female and male spike between a toad and cattails.
Common name: Cattails , scientific name Typha orientalis L. , Another name: Kogama , origin: Northern Hemisphere temperate zone and southern hemisphere Australia, environment: wetlands, height: 100-200 cm, color: pale grayish-Green-Brown, Hotaka (male and female flowers total): 30 cm, flowering period: July to August.