What is Double-spotted Swertia
Double-spotted Swertia , scientific name:Swertia bimaculata , is 2 year's grass of the department Gentianaceae of the Swertia native to Japan, Korea and China. they grow mountains and swamps of from Hokkaido, Shikoku, to Kyushu in Japan. Leaf rosettes in the first year, second year extended stem and petiole long oval green leaves give the opposite. Give a 5 petaled flower on white background with the fall flowers which in two bruising of a Sesame and yellow round pattern.
Common name:Double-spotted Swertia,
scientific name:Swertia bimaculata,
also known as: Akebonosou(in japanese),
Habitat: Hokkaido, Shikoku, Kyushu Japan, environment: mountain forests and wetlands, Living type: upright, 2 year's grass , stalk, stem length: 60-90 cm, ovoid (first year), only the stem cross section: rectangle, leaf rosette (second year), leaf color: green, leaf arrangement: opposite, petiole: available (leaves), no (stem leaves), leaf margin: entire, axil: minutes branches, Star: star-shaped, flowering: September-October, flower diameter: 2 cm ,Flowers with: stem tip on one wheel at a time,: petals five, in flower color: white flowers before Purpura of the sesame seeds, each petal Center with two yellow round honey line the number of stamens: five, pistil: 1 stigma: short 2, fruit types: capsel fruit