Flower Database

Viola mandsurica ebicha

Basic information
Flower Name
Viola mandsurica ebicha
Formal Name
Viola mandsurica cv. ebicha
Alias
海老茶菫
Habitat
Japan
Morph
perennial grass
Comment
Viola mandsurica ebicha (scientific name: Viola mandsurica cv. Ebicha) is a perennial grass in the family Violaceae native to Japan. It makes a flower of the middle size bloom in the violet, and the representative color of a flower is strong purple-red (maroon). There are the varieties such as purple-red or the white, too. It thrives in a sunny environment. It blooms in a three-dimensionally so that the entire grass rises. There are no stems. The leaves are rounded and spatula-shaped, with a winged petiole.
General name: Viola mandsurica Ebicha, scientific name: Viola mandsurica cv. Ebicha, origin: Japan, height: 5-15 cm, flowering period: April-May, flower diameter:1.5 cm, flower color:strong purple-red (maroon).
Detailed information
Order
Malpighiales
Family
Violaceae
Genus
Viola
Species
V. mandsurica cv. ebicha
Flower type
Zygomorphic Flower
Flower array
Solitary Inflorescence
Petal shape
Violet
Leaf type
Spatulate/Spathulate
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Garden
Color
Violet, White
Season
Apr May
Height
5  ~ 15  [cm]
Diameter
1.5  ~ 1.5