Flower NameGeranium thunbergii
Formal NameGeranium thunbergii
Alias風露草, Geranium thunbergii, Geranium
Morphcold-resistant perennial plant
Geranium thunbergii or Genno shoko (scientific name: Geranium thunbergii) is native to Japan and is a cold-resistant perennial plant of the family Geraniaceae which blooms red or white pentaphumes in mountains and fields in the summer to autumn. Leaves are alive, 3 tears in the upper part and 5 tears in the lower part. There are ten stamens (anthers) of black purple on the flower core, red stuffed pistil opens at the stigma. Flowers will be formed after the flowers and skip seeds. It is used as a civil medicine as a diarrhea stop. Flower name comes from having certain effect when taking it.
Common name: Geranium thunbergii, scientific name: Geranium thunbergii, aka:Genno shoko, Origin : Japan, plant height: 30 to 50 cm, leaf order: viable, leaf shape: 3 to 5 fissures in palm shape, leaf margin: saw tooth, flower color: red purple · white, flowering period: July to October, flower diameter : 1 to 1.5 cm, ingredient: flavonoid, use: civil medicine - tokata, intestine, for constipation.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flowering placePlain/fleet Low mountain
ColorRed, Pink, White
SeasonJul Aug Sep Oct
Height30 ~ 50 [cm]
Diameter1 ~ 1.5