- Flower nameVerbena bonariensis
- Scientific nameVerbena bonariensis
- Aliasサンジャクバーベナ, 三尺バーベナ, 柳花笠, Verbena bonariensis
- Place of originSouth America
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Verbena bonariensis
Verbena bonariensis , commonly called purpletop vervain or tall vervain , scientific name: Verbenaceae bonariensis , is a naturalized perennials plants of the family verbenaceae native to South America. Slender stems are well branched, reconvene the little pink five-petaled flowers that bloom.
Other members of the genus Verbena are Verbena (scientific name: Verbena hybrids) and Verbena brasiliensis (Hime Arechi Hanagasa).
Generic name: Verbena bonariensis , scientific name: Verbenaceae bonariensis , aka: purpletop vervain、tall vervain , origin: South America, height: 100 cm stem sections: square in have hollow, leaf shape: lanceolate, leaf: stem and leaf: teeth, in inflorescence shape: sake vessel form cymes, Corolla shape Tip 5 crack, inflorescence length: 5 cm, flower colors: peach, violet, flower diameter:0.5 - 0.6 cm, flowering: July to September.