Rubia jesoensis

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    Rubia jesoensis @ Rebun island

Basic information

Flower Name
Rubia jesoensis
Formal Name
Rubia jesoensis
Alias
Habitat
Japan
Morph
perennial grass

Comment

Acanemgra (scientific name:Rubia jesoensis) is the Rubiaceae perennial native to Japan. In summer, the wild Moor and uncultivated Hokkaido and Northern Honshu. Total bit thick erect stems, leaf 2, stipule two of four leaves in whorls;

Compound cymes from the leaf axil, car-shaped corolla tips 4 and 5 deep cleft, the open flat white flower blooms sparsely. General name: acanemgra (Akane mugura), scientific name:Rubia jesoensis, aka: giant Akane (large Akane), Habitat: Hokkaido and Northern Honshu, living environment: wilderness and wetlands, classification name: Plantae Angiosperm gate true dicots gentian eyes Akane Department Akane acanemgra species, living type: perennial plant: 40-80 cm, stem: upright and 4 Crest stock, root color: red leaf, monoplane, leaf length: 5-8 cm, tip be pointed leaf shape: lanceolate / linear lanceolate, leaf arrangement: whorled, petioles short, leaves behind: spines upside-down, flowers: joint venture flower flower shape: compound cymes Squeezing: in car tips 4 and 5 deep cleft flat open flowering: mid-June-out flower color: white, flower diameter:0.3~0.4cm, stamens number 5, column number 2, flowers in late July: axil

Detailed information

Order
Gentianales
Family
Rubiaceae
Genus
Rubia
Species
R. jesoensis
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Double Cymes
Petal shape
Car
Leaf type
Lanceolate
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Color
White
Season
JunJul
Height
40 ~ 80 [cm]
Diameter
0.3 ~ 0.4

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