EPPO Global Database

Carthamus tinctorius(CAUTI)

Overview
Last modification: 2002-03-17

Basic information
  • EPPO code: CAUTI
  • Preferred name: Carthamus tinctorius
  • Authority: Linnaeus

Notes

Cultivated since ancient times (origin probably in southwest Asia) for oil, medicinal properties and dye. Naturalized throughout the Euromediterranean region and Asia, and also in North America


Common names
Name Language
bastard saffron English
dyer's saffron English
safflower English
Färberdistel German
Färbersaflor German
carthame des teinturiers French
faux safran French
safran bâtard French
alazor Spanish
azafrán bastardo Spanish
azafrán de moriscos Spanish
azafranillo Spanish
azafranillo de México Spanish
azafrán romí Spanish
cártamo Spanish
cártamo cultivado Spanish
simiente de papagayo Spanish
cartamo Italian
zafferanone coltivato Italian
bastaard saffran Dutch
saffloer Dutch
verfdistel Dutch
açaflor Portuguese
açafrão-bastardo Portuguese
açafroa Portuguese
açafrol Portuguese
cártamo Portuguese
saflor Portuguese
semente-de-papagaios Portuguese
färgtistel Swedish
safflor Swedish
ベニバナ Japanese
カルサムス Japanese
クレノアイ Japanese
スエツムハナ Japanese
benibana Japanese
karusamusu Japanese
kure-no-ai Japanese
suetsumuhana Japanese
американский шафран Russian
дикий шафран Russian
красильный чертополох Russian
сафлор красильный Russian
saflortidsel Danish
värisaflori Finnish
aspir Turkish
kerti pórsáfrány Hungarian
шафранка Bulgarian
alasflor Catalan
capellans Catalan
càrtam Catalan
safrà bord Catalan
safranó Catalan
safrà romi Catalan
hóng huā Chinese
红花 Chinese
bojadisarski bodalj Croatian
světlice barvířská Czech
잇꽃 Korean
it kkot Korean
għosfor Maltese
pintenoagă colorante Romanian
şofrănel Romanian
požlť farbiarsky Slovak
navafni rumenik Slovene
сафлор красильний Ukrainian