Formal NameFritilaria thunbergii
Aliasフリチラリア・ツンベルギー, Fritilaria thunbergii, 綱笠百合, 天蓋百合, 貝母
MorphCold half vine of bulbs
Fritillaria (scientific name:Fritilaria thunbergii) is a hardy half vine of bulbous plant of the lily family native to China. Height, the vertical stems, flowers and leaves are light green, fit Japan garden frugal. Tip of the narrow leaves are rolled. In the spring of Bell-shaped flowers bloom in the drop-down. Flower names are named after bulbs is similar to clams. Also known as Fritillaria verticillata named petals (perianth piece) of the named mesh pattern is inside. Herbal medicine called bulbs because antitussive, antipyretic and hemostatic effect is created.
Generic name: Fritillaria, scientific name:Fritilaria thunbergii, also known as: Fritillaria verticillata, Zen Berger ,Fritilaria thunbergii , Origin: China, height: 40-60 cm, flowering: from March may, flower color: green, size: 3-4 cm, uses: Japan, Chinese herbal medicine.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
SeasonMar Apr May
Height40 ~ 60 [cm]
Diameter3 ~ 4