What is Filipendula camtschatica
Filipendula camtschatica is a large wild perennial grass of the department Rosaceae ,of Filipendula genus native to temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. They grow swamp along mountains and wet grasslandIn Japan from Hokkaido to Central North . Contains In (under grass) is a large species grow to about 2 m height. The leaves are palmate 5 deep cleft and the large palmately lobed leaflets, followed. Stretch flower corymbs, June-compacted with small white flowers in August, with a short-haired, bloom. Flower has 5 valves with long stamens numerous. Hair flower names are densely in inflorescences of a large contains that it depends on.
General name : Filipendula camtschatica,
scientific name : Filipendula camtschatica,
Other name: Onishimotsuke(in Japanese)
Habitat: Hokkaido swamp along the northern half of Japan, and environment: mountains and wet grassland, plant height: 2 m, leaf: odd pinnately compound leaves and petioles of, small leaf palmate to 5 deep fissure, leaflets: large, phyllotaxis: alternate, stipule: aerobic, inflorescence shape: corymbs, petal count: five, stamens: many long, dish-shaped, flower color: mostly white (tinted), Calyx Flowering period: June-August, features: flowers to thick hair