marsh grass of Parnassus
What is marsh grass of Parnassus
Grass of Parnassus (by grass, scientific name:Parnassia palustris), which is native to mountains in the northern hemisphere, is a perennial herb of the genus Euonymus, Department of grass of Parnassus. Summer-with leaves in the fall, hold 1 wheel white florets and stems of one to one. There are five stamens, at flowering time was at the center of the flower are one day stretches out one at a time so you can see the flowering. In addition to five stamens and pseudo stamens 5, advanced yellow gland body. That looks like plum flower name some with plums.
Growing in the high mountain flowers, coumebathysou (small by grass, scientific name: Parnassia palustris var. tenuis). Common name: grass of Parnassus (by grass), scientific name:Parnassia palustris, grass of Parnassus, also known as:marsh, grass-of-Parnassus, Category: Plantae Angiosperm true dicots eyes Euonymus, Department of parnassia Euonymus, origin: Northern Hemisphere range, Habitat: Japan's Hokkaido to Kyushu, wetlands, height: 20 to 40 cm, leaves: leaves, petioles: aerobic, leaf: heart-shaped, flowers: single, symmetric flower, Ninomiya, ovary top, calyx of: 5, petal number: 5, flower color: white, flowering: August-October, Corolla, five-petaled flower, flower diameter: 2-3 cm, number of stamens: pseudo stamens 5 + pollen but not five.