Corns secica, commonly called Eurasian dwarf ,cornel or bunchberry , scientific name:is evergreen perennial plant of the family Cornaceae genus cornus growing wild in Northern Europe , Northwestern- and Northwest- America and Japan-Hokkaido . A rhizome extends to the underground and spreads. It attachs the leaves to some steps for the cross vs. with a long oval from ovoid. There seems to be a black stamen in four pieces of white petals, but one of the small black potato that being is an involucre piece, and white is central is really a flower. Fruit becomes after a flower, and red ripens.
General name: Corns secica
scientific name: Cornus suecica ,or Chamaepericlymenum suecicum
aka:Eurasian dwarf cornel
origin: Northern Europe , Northwestern- and Northwest- America and Asia of Japan etc.,environment: wilderness of Hokkaido and alpine meadows,
living type: Evergreen perennial, height: 5-20 cm, leaf shape: oval-oblong, leaf blade: 15 - 3 cm,: phyllotaxis, Flowers: looks like a white flower petal-like bracts, (real flowers) flower color: dark purple, flower diameter is (actually, petal-like bracts diameter):2.5mm, flowering period: June-July, fruit shape: spherical, the fruit diameter: 5-8 mm, fruit color: Red