Flower NameAdenophora remotiflora
Formal NameAdenophora remotiflora
HabitatJapan, Korea, China
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.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf typeBroad ovate Leaf
Flowering placeLow mountain
SeasonJul Aug Sep
Height80 ~ 100 [cm]
Diameter3 ~ 3