Flower Database

Anemone japonica

Basic information
Flower Name
Anemone japonica
Formal Name
Anemone hupehensis var. japonica
Alias
貴船菊, Anemone japonica, Japanese thimbleweed, Shumei-giku
Habitat
China
Morph
cold-resistant perennial
Comment
Anemone japonica or Shumei-giku (scientific name: Anemone hupehensis var. japonica) is native to China, and is a cold-resistant perennial of the family Ranunculaceae. The leaves are concentrated at the base and only the relatively small leaves are attached around the flowers, so it does not get in the way and the grass figure is refreshing. In autumn, attach a calyx such as white or pink, pink or purple flower resembling a chrysanthemum on a long and narrow stem tip. After the calyx fragments, a spherical flower core remains, and when ripening and breaking it appears a pure white fluff. There are a lot of seeds like sesame seeds in fluff and it is sprayed on the wind. In this way, even though there are sepals, flowers without corolla are called monochlamydeous flowers. In single flower-bloomed flowers, besides the main flower, there are inutades and {{chestnuts}}.
Name: Anemone Japonica, scientific name: Anemone hupehensis var. japonica, aka: Shumei-giku, Japanese thimbleweed, Place of Origin: China, Living type: Cold-resistant perennials, plant length: 50 to 100 cm, leaf shape: feathery compound leaves, flower size Diameter): 3 to 5 cm, number of pieces to be cut: 5 to 6, stamens: large, flower color: white · peach · pink purple, flower season: August - November, Remarks: Naturalized plants from China.
Detailed information
Order
Ranunculales
Family
Ranunculaceae
Genus
Anemone
Species
A. hupehensis var. japonica
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Corymb
Petal shape
Kamen
Leaf type
pinnately compound
Leaf edge
Feather-formed incision
Flowering place
Garden
Color
Pink, Violet, White
Season
Aug Sep Oct Nov
Height
50  ~ 100  [cm]
Diameter
3  ~ 5