Blue mountain heath
What is Blue mountain heath
Blue mountain heath , scientific name:Phyllodoce caerulea, is an evergreen creeping of small shrub in the family Ericaceae native to alpine zone of the northern hemisphere. In Japan it lives in the rocky terrain of the high mountains of Hokkaido. Summer, from branches to extend umbels, with dark pink Tip 5 lobed with urn-shaped florets give the few stem.
Blue mountain heath, scientific name:Phyllodoce caerulea, also known as: ezotsugazakra, Blue mountain heath, blue heath, origin: Northern Hemisphere high mountain range and Habitat: Hokkaido-Tohoku, living type: alpine rock, tree height: 5-15 cm, stem color: Brown, leaf color: green, leaf length: 1 cm,:0.2cm leaf width, leaf shape: linear, Leaf: serrated with, leaves, leaf arrangement: alternate, flowering: July-August the flowers long:0.8~1.2cm, flower color: dark pink, rose: pot-in Tip 5 lobed, flowers of branches in which more of needled, stamens number: 10, ovary: 5 rooms, Calyx 5 available deep lobed, Calyx color: dark reddish brown, floral, Corolla and calyx: glandular hairs