Flower Database

Corns secica

Basic information
Flower Name
Corns secica
Formal Name
Cornus suecica
Alias
Habitat
Northern Europe , Northwestern- and Northwest- America and Asia of Japan etc.
Morph
Evergreen perennial
Comment
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
Detailed information
Order
Cornales
Family
Cornaceae
Genus
Cornus
Species
C. suecica
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Umbel
Petal shape
Cross
Leaf type
Elliptic
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Hokkaido Sub-high mountain Alpine
Color
Black
Season
Jun Jul
Height
5  ~ 20  [cm]
Diameter
0.25  ~ 0.25