- Flower nameVerbena brasiliensis
- Scientific nameVerbena brasiliensis
- AliasBrazilian vervain, Brazilian verbena , 姫荒地花笠
- Place of originBrazil
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Wetlands
- Flowering seasonAugust, September
What is Verbena brasiliensis
Verbena brasiliensis or Brazilian vervain(Scientific name: Verbena brasiliensis) is a perennial herbaceous plants naturalized from Brazil. It is wild on the roadside and riverbed. Many small flowers of purple flower bloom from the inflorescences that can be formed by the branches. Flowers are similar to the Verbena bonariensis (scientific name: Verbena bonariensis).
Generic name: Verbena brasiliensis , Brazilian vervain or Arechi Hanagasa, Scientific name: Verbena brasiliensis,Place of Origin: South America, Place: Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Environment: roadside, riverbed, plant length: 1 to 2 m, joint venture, amphoteric flower, bilateral symmetry, corolla: tubular / lip shape, tip 5 clefts, ovary position: upper, flower color : Purple, flower size: 0.2 cm, flowering period: August to- September, ovary: four cardiac and four fruits, fruit type: fruits.