Aquilegia (scientific name: Aquilegia spp.) is a cold-resistant evergreen perennial of the family Ranunculaceae native to Japan and Europe. Leaves at the end of a long petioles can be split further in 2 out of 3 complex leaves. The flower has a transparent feeling like a jellyfish floating in the sea. Even so, the one that looks like this petal is calyx, the actual flower is the white part inside. Speaking narrowly in Japan, Odamaki refers to the scientific name: Aquilegia flabellata var. Flabellata, but broadly refers to the entire Aquilegia. In Japan, two species of blue-violet Miyama Odamaki (Scientific name: A. flabellata var. Pumila) and purple brown Yama Odamaki (mountain ring, scientific name: A. buergeriana) grow naturally in Yamano. Generally many circles are Aquilegia (Western Odamaki) of western seed rich in flower color.
General name: Aquilegia spp. , aka: Aquilegia, Itkuri (Thread), Columbine, Origin: Japan · Europe, life type: cold tolerance evergreen perennials, plant length: 20 to 30 cm, leaf shape: 2 times 3 departure complex leaves, leaf margin: tooth, amphoter flowers, inflorescence : Flower color: blue purple, white, yellow, red, flower size: 2 to 3 cm, fruit (flower color: Type: collecting bag fruit, remarks: moth flower, whole toxic.