What is Anemone keisueana
Anemone keisueana or Yukiwari-ichige (scientific name: Anemone keisueana) is native to Japan and is a cold-resistant perennial herb of the Ranunculaceae family. In the spring, it makes communities on the forest floor of the low mountain of Kyushu from Honshu of Japan. The leaves that come out before winter are root leaves, and the leaves are 3 leaves. In the spring, silvery petals from white to lavish on the scattering inflorescence extending from the stem tip. There are no petals. What seems like a flower is a change in the calyx piece.
Generic Name: Anemone keisueana, scientific name: Anemone keisueana, Place of origin: Japan, inhabitants Distribution: Central Honshu - Shikoku, Kyushu, Environment: Colony in the low mountain forest floor and forest edge, plant height 15 - 20 cm, root raw leaves: Root leaves and flower stems come out from the tip of the red purple rhizome. Leaves: long leaves with root leaves, leaf color: dark green with purple color, mottle spots, leaf stalks: 3 leaf race, diving flower, inflorescence diameter: scattering inflorescence, flower color: white to light purple, how to bloom : flat open, stamen: lots, flower diameter: 2.5 to 4 cm, petal: none, calyx: petal-like, number of calyx pieces: 12 to 15 rings, flowering period: April to May, fruit type: Spring ephemeral.