Flower NameNuphar subintegerrimum
Formal NameNuphar subintegerrimum
HabitatJapan, Korea, Taiwan
MorphHardiness, heat tolerance, water grass
Nuphar subintegerrimum or Hime Kohone (scientific name: Nuphar subintegerrimum) is a Japanese unique species and i> Water lily is a perennial aquatic plant of the family. A golden flower will bloom at the tip of an elongated flower stalk in a pond or shallow water. The flowers are composed of large calves (stamen) → large numbers of petals (stamens) → large slender petals → calyx which seems like five petals from the center toward the periphery. It is one size smaller than Kohone (Nuphar japonicum). In addition, while the leaves of Hime Kohone are in a circular shape and floating leaves, Kohone is a long oval leaf and it is aerial lobe.
Common name: Nuphar subintegerrimumor Hime Kohone, Scientific name: Nuphar subintegerrimum, Origin: Honshu · Kyushu · Okinawa's Japan, living environment: shallow swamp and pond, plant height: 10 to 40 cm, rhizome color: white, flowering period: May to October, flower color: yellow, flower size: 3 to 5 cm, use: For appreciation in ponds and aquarium, rhizomes to Chinese medicine.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
SeasonMay Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Height10 ~ 40 [cm]
Diameter3 ~ 5