Flower Database

Adenophora remotiflora

Basic information
Flower Name
Adenophora remotiflora
Formal Name
Adenophora remotiflora
Alias
岨菜, Sobana
Habitat
Japan, Korea, China
Morph
perennial grass
Comment
Adenophora remotiflora, or sobana (Scientific name: Adenophora remotiflora) is a perennial grass in the family Campanulaceae native to Korea, China and Japan. It grows wild on a sheer cliff in summer, and makes bell formed violet-colored flowers bloom. The grass is used for admiration and the bud becomes edible.
Common name: Adenophora remotiflora, Scientific name: Adenophora remotiflora, Origin: Japan, Korea and China, Distribution: Mainland - Kyushu, in the environment: mountain forests, Living type: perennials, Height: 80-100 cm, Leaf shape: lanceolate wide-wide oval, leaf length way only at the bottom: cm leaf width: cm, leaf: stem, leaves: alternate, margin serrated, inflorescences form sparse panicles, flower color: violet, flower diameter: 3 cm, flowering: 7-9 months, rose: bell-shaped The pistil: Corolla in fits, that grows on the steep rugged means bites (Putian) Note: the flower name comes from edible species uses: ornamental, shoots.
Detailed information
Order
Asterales
Family
Campanulaceae
Genus
Adenophora
Species
A. remotiflora
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Panicle
Petal shape
Campanulate
Leaf type
Broad ovate Leaf
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Low mountain
Color
Blue, Violet
Season
Jul Aug Sep
Height
80  ~ 100  [cm]
Diameter
3  ~ 3