What is Geum nipponicum
Geum nipponicum, scientific name: Geum calthifolium var. nipponicum, is a perennial alpine rose of Geum native to Japan. It live in the sand and gravel of the (sub) high mountains from Hokkaido to Honshu. Leaves compared with flowers large and stand out is the terminal leaflet large odd pinnately compound leaves. Leaves are small flowers bloom in the summer there is a serrated leaf edge, shiny green with yellow 5 petaled flower petals has heart-shaped.
Common name: Geum nipponicum, scientific name: Geum calthifolium var. nipponicum, Other name:Miyama Daikonso, Habitat: Hokkaido-Honshu Japan, environment: (sub) perennial high mountain gravel, live: alpine plants, height: 10-30 cm, leaf: leaflets are extremely large odd pinnately compound leaves, leaf color: green, leaf margin: serrated with, leaf quality: gloss with, flower: yellow, flower diameter: 2 cm,Petal count: five-petaled flowers, petal shape: heart-shaped, flowering period: July-August.