Gentiana is a deciduous perennial herb in the gentian family, Gentianaceae. It produces bell-shaped, purple or white flowers that bloom horizontally in autumn.
Japanese gentian, scientific name:Gentiana scabra , is a deciduous perennial herb in the gentian family, Gentianaceae, native to Japan, the Korean Peninsula, and China. It is also known as Korean gent
Gentiana yakushimensis is endemic to the Yakushima Iland, and is a perennial herb of the department Gentianaceae of Gentian genus. In the summer, blue-violet colored flowers bloom in rocky high mounta
Kirishima Rindo(scientific name: Gentiana scabra var. B. F. Procumbens) is a Japanese endemic species found in Kirishima and is a perennial of the Gentianaceae family. It grows naturally in Kagoshima
Gentiana acaulis（Scientific name:Gentiana acaulis ） is an alpine perennial herb in the family Gentianaceae, native to south-central Europe. It grows naturally in acidic soils on subalpine to alpine sl
Ezo rindo, scientific name: Gentiana triflora var. japonica , is perennial grass of the Gentiana genus of the Gentianaceae Department native to Japan. From Hokkaido to Northern Honshu it lives in the
Pasture Gentian, scientific name:Gentiana makinoi, is a perennial herb of the gentian of gentian genus native to Japan. Looks like ezolindu is a small gentian. Erect stems, leaving many stems and leav
Tateyamrindou (scientific name: Gentiana thunbergii var. minor), Hokkaido-Honshu Japan Sea side is 2 year grass native to wetlands of the Alpine gentian of the gentianaceae family. So the tough envi
Gentiana nipponica is native to Japan, Hokkaido-Honshu is a grass of gentian eyes gentian Gentiana genus indigenous to the high mountain wetlands. Bloom in harsh environments because height is 5-10 cm
Ezo-oyamarindō (scientific name:Gentiana triflora var. japonica subvar. montana) is a perennial herb of the gentian family ezolindu (emishi rindo) Alpine type native to Japan. From the Hokkaido Northe
Spring gentian, scientific name:Gentiana verna , is native to rocky high mountain in the European Alps and pastures,and a hardy dwarf non of heat-tolerant perennial. plant of the Gentiana genus, of t
Kreuz-Enzian (Scientific name: Gentiana cruciata) is a perennial herb of the Gentian Genus Gentian genus, native to Europe and Australia. It grows naturally on subalpine forest edge and dry grassland
Momozukin-chan (scientific name: Gentiana triflora var. japonica 'momozukin-chan') is a potted gentian variety bred by the Iwate Agricultural Research Center and registered in 2011. The mother is a hy
This is a collection of flowers whose Japanese names begin with the letter "ア". Even if the name doesn't start with "ア", it includes the flowers whose alias starts with "ア".
Special feature "plum"-There are two types of plum trees: flowering plum trees, which are used to admire the flowers, and fruit trees, which are used to harvest the fruit. There are many plums from Ch
Kazuyo-san lives in Kochi pref. We stayed at Kazuyo-san's home on July 15-17, 2017 on a company trip and took pictures of vegetables and flowers in her garden. After that, Kazuyo-san would send us her
September Light-yellow-colored flowers
September Light-yellow-colored flowers There were currently 36 species of cream (light yellow) flowers in September. Pale yellow is a color not found in flowers in nature and is produced through cro
Ebine , scientific name:Calanthe discolor , is a perennial plant of the orchidaceae department of calanthe genus native to Japan. There are many enthusiasts and breeders in Japan. This is a page featu
reptile name-Flowers with reptile names, such as snake, crocodile, turtle, and lizard, are collected here.
September pink-colored flowers
September pink-colored flowers This is the special feature of pink blossom blooming in September in a garden and a park, a botanical garden, a field, a mountain including cut flowers. Ipomoea nil,
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Table of Contents ID Feature Title No. of registrations / 1 Cockscomb 9 / 2 Cherry blossoms 42 / 3 poisonous plant 104 / 4 Attractive flower 8 / 5 medicinal plant#1 32 / 6 Strange plants 58 /