Aquilegia Flavescens (Scientific name: Aquilegia buergeriana var. Buergeriana f. Flavescens) is native to Japan and is a variant of the perennial grass " Aquilegia buergeriana (Yamaodamaki ,Scenic name: Aquilegia buergeriana) "which belongs to the family Ranunculaceae . The distance and sepala of Yamaodamaki are purple brown, but A. Flavescens is cream colored.
Generic name: Aquilegia Flavescens, Scientific name: Aquilegia buergeriana var. Buergeriana f. Flavescens, Origin: Japan, distribution: from Hokkaido to Northern part of Kyushu of Japan, environment: sunny plateau grassland, stem length: from 60 to 80 cm, life type: perennial, leaf shape: 2 times 3 departure compound leaves, lobular shape: 3 fissures in fan shape, leaflets height: 3 cm, Flower shape: distance, flower color: light yellow, flowering period: from July to August, flower diameter: from 3 to 4 cm.