What is Saxifraga bronchialis
Saxifraga bronchialis (scientific name:Saxifraga bronchialis subsp. funstonii var. rebunshirensis) is an alpine evergreen perennial plants in the family saxifragaceae native to Sakhalin, Kurile, China and Japan. It reproduces by its slender roots that branch and grow on the ground, raising red flower stalks and producing small flowers. The flowers are white five-petaled with numerous yellow and red spots inside.
Common name: Saxifraga bronchialis , scientific name:Saxifraga bronchialis subsp. funstonii var. rebunshirensis , aka: Shikotansou, place of origin: Sakhalin, China, Kuril Islands, Japan, Habitat distribution: Hokkaido, central Honshu, Living environment: alpine gravel areas, rocky tops, grass height: 5 to 15 cm, Leaf shape: lanceolate, leaf margin: bristles, inflorescence: alternate, flower color: pale yellow/white, flower diameter: 1 cm, flowering time: June-August, fruit type: capsule, fruit shape: broadly ovate, seed shape: oval.