You may wonder what are the original characteristics of plants? Here, taking Buttercup as an example, careful observation will find that the five sepals of buttercup are much smaller than the petals, and the stamens are golden yellow. Botanists pulled out the stamens one by one with tweezers and found that Buttercup had a small and raised short columnar receptacle on which the stamens grew.
Buttercup belongs to Ranunculaceae and is a perennial herb. Although buttercup is not a rare grass, it blooms in midsummer, and its golden flowers all over the mountains also make people feel its vigorous vitality. Buttercup likes warm and humid climate, so if you want to find them, you'd better go to wetlands, riverbanks and wet lawns. Buttercup has a high sense of existence. As long as you enter the mountains in midsummer, you can soon find golden flowers in ditches and wet low-lying areas.