Northern fairy candelabra

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    Northern fairy candelabra @ Hamanako Garden Park(Pacific Flora 2004)

Basic information

Flower Name
Northern fairy candelabra
Formal Name
Androsace septentrionalis
Alias
Androsace stardust, pygmyflower rockjasmine, Star dust, Rock jasmin
Habitat
Western Alps
Morph
alpine penental plant

Comment

Northern fairy candelabra, scientific name:Androsace septentronals, is an alpine perennial herb of the genus Primula, Department of technithau native to Western Alps. On the ground the crowding out of needle-shaped leaves of Rosetta. Spring scape out stems from the further small umbels Ray number, give the florets at the tip. Flower blooms with white flowers resembling gypsophila number. Petal is a sake vessel shaped Tip 5 crack, yellow flower. Bloom flower is similar to Stardust so called Stardust (Star dust).

Common name: Northern fairy candelabra, scientific name:Androsace septentrionalis, aka: Stardust , Alps-tchnaysou, Rock Jasmine, Northern fairy candelabra, pygmyflower rockjasmine Pygmy-flower rock-jasmine, origin: Alps West, living type: subalpine perennial plant: 5 to 30 cm, Leaves blooms in leaves of rosette-shaped whorls, leaf, leaf: the needle shape, leaf length: 1 cm, radial symmetry, inflorescence shape: umbel, flower diameter:0.5cm, flower color: white, flowering period: from March to May, fruit type: capsule and ripens fruit.

Detailed information

Order
Ericales
Family
Primulaceae
Genus
Androsace
Species
A. septentrionalis
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Umbel
Petal shape
High cup
Leaf type
Lanceolate
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Alpine
Color
White
Season
MarAprMay
Height
5 ~ 30 [cm]
Diameter
0.5 ~ 0.5

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