What is Bog-rosemary
Andromeda polifolia (Princess rhodies) is the azalea of bog Rosemary Hardy Evergreen small shrub. Configure the Andromeda polifolia genus with only one species. Lowland, Hokkaido, Honshu-inhabit the subalpine-Alpine high moors. Leaves are lanceolate in rolled inside. Summer, umbels of small pot of pink flowers downward several prefix.
The corolla 5 lobed the. Common name: Latin name Andromeda polifolia (Princess rhodies): Andromeda polifolia L. also known as: niccoushacnaghe (sunlight rhodies), Bog-rosemary, marsh holy-rose, marsh holywort category name: Plantae Angiosperm authenticity dicots azalea eyes azalea Department of Andromeda polifolia genus origin: Northern Hemisphere Northern Habitat: Hokkaido, Honshu environment: lowland-(sub) Alpine high layer Moor living type: Evergreen small shrub height: 10-30 cm in the leaf:1.5-3.5cm leaf shape: lanceolate elliptic be pointed tip How leaves: alternate flowering: 6-July in inflorescence shape: umbel inflorescence Flower: pink Corolla Tip 5 down fruit shape: spherical fruit type Saku: shallow cleft Corolla length:0.5cm rose: vase-flowers to fruit species