There are many kinds of plants with the common name Begonia fimbristipula hance . A kind of scientific name Begonia fimbristipula, Latin name Begonia fimbristipula, is a perennial stemless herb of the Begonia family Begonia, a species endemic to China. It grows at an altitude of 700 to 1,120 meters south of the Yangtze River. A common special dish, Begonia fimbristipula, is scientifically called Begonia fimbriata . It is a perennial herb of the genus Panax notoginseng in the Asteraceae family. Its Latin name is Gynura bicolor DC. Because the tender stems and leaves are rich in calcium and iron, they have high nutritional value. there are only blood and antiviral medicinal value, it has a long history as vegetable cultivation.