What is Ezo-oyamarindō
Ezo-oyamarindō (scientific name:Gentiana triflora var. japonica subvar. montana) is a perennial herb of the gentian family ezolindu (emishi rindo) Alpine type native to Japan. From the Hokkaido Northern Honshu (sub) the native Alpine grassland and forest edge. Stem length is 20-40 cm with a pointed tip, leaf lanceolate-oblong shape, the leaves are preceded by the opposite. And the few needled the flowers to flowers from late summer early autumn went from the axils of stem and the stem at the top.Flowers with dark purple-blue bell-shaped tip to five shallow cleft. Flower blooms only sunny day, rainy and cloudy when closed flowers. Flowers after Saku have comprised of the fruit. Fall foliage of green leaves, yellow flowers.
General name: Ezo-oyamarindō
scientific name:Gentiana triflora var. japonica subvar. montana,
Habitat: Hokkaido-Honshu Japan, lives and environment: (sub) Alpine grassland and forest edge, living type: perennial, stem length: 20-40 cm, leaf shape: lanceolate-with oblong tips be pointed, leaf arrangement: opposite, Leaf color: green-leaves, flowers: stem and stem top of the few needled, flower color: dark purple-blue, Corolla length: 3-4 cm, Star: bell-shaped, Corolla 5 lobed, lobes between Vice discreet piece, flowers: sunny during the day, flowering time: August-September, fruit types: Saku fruit