Flower NamePulmonaria 'Ocupol'
Formal NamePulmonaria 'ocupol'
HabitatEurope and western Asia
MorphCold-resistant Evergreen perennial
Pulmonaria 'Ocupol' Is a hardy Evergreen perennials of the boraginaceae, Department of pulmonary and pulmonary (Pulmonri, scientific name:pulmonri officinlis) is native to West Asia and Europe. Leaf shape is similar to the lungs, and due to the Latin word pulmonary refers to the lungs. In a rosette of leaves, close to oval leaf, leaf color in green have Vitiligo.
Spring and bloom, reconvene the funnel-shaped flowers with white or blue, peach-colored Scorpion-shaped inflorescence stalk summer, and stretched from the tip. General name: pulmonary (Pulmonaria), scientific name:Pulmonaria officinalis, aka:Lungwort (Longworth), category: Plantae Angiosperm authenticity dicots purple eye purple, Department of pulmonary (hymemurasaki spp.), origin: Europe, Height: 30 cm, leaf morphology, pulmonary form, width: 30 cm, leaf color: green to Vitiligo, flowering period: February-June, flower colors: white, violet, peach, rose funnel-shaped, flower diameter: 1 cm, color leaf, ground cover garden planting and potted plant that uses: ornamental
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arrayScorpion-Type Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
ColorPink, Blue, Violet, White
SeasonFeb Mar Apr May Jun
Height10 ~ 30 [cm]
Diameter0.8 ~ 1