What is Astilbe formosa
Astilbe formosa or Hanachidakesashi (scientific name: Astilbe thunbergii var. formosa) is a perennial saxifrage, Department of tidakesasi genus native to Japan. The summer in mountain meadows in panicles to aggregate small white flower and bloom. Variant of mixed (red square hemp), is similar to Awamolitiouma.
General name: Astilbe formosa or Hanachidakesashi, scientific name: Astilbe thunbergii var. formosa, Habitat: Mainland in Japan, environment: mountain meadow, origin: Japan, life type: perennial grass, stem length: 50-80 cm, leaves of: three times odd pinnately compound leaves , leaflets: ovate leaf length: 10 cm, small leaf blade length: 5, -be pointed tip in the leaf margin: small heavy serrated leaf: wedge-shaped 10 cm inflorescence shape: Conic inflorescence flowers long:0.5cm flowering: May to July Flower color: white petals: five sepals the number: 5: number of stamens 10 pistil: two petal-shaped: spatula-shaped petal length: stamens longer fruit: capsule and ripens fruit applications: mountain grass, potted plants, bedding kinds