Eriocaulon sieboldtianum is an
annual that occurs in paddies or wetlands. Leaves measure 3-8cm
long, 1-2mm wide, and linear-shaped. Flower stalks grow to 4-15cm in
height, with tips with single gray-white to pale gray-brown head
flowers. The flower heads are about 4mm in width, egg-like
spherical, having gray-white involucral bracts shorter than them.
The male flower's anthers are white, and the female's sepals are two
in number. Petals do not exist. Bloom time: August-September.