What is Anemone pseudoaltaica
Anemone pseudoaltaica or Kikuzaki ichige (scientific name:Anemone pseudoaltaica) is a hardy perennial of the family Ranunculaceae native to Japan, etc.. In spring, it forms clusters on the forest floor and forest margins in the low mountains from Hokkaido to central Honshu. The leaves are rhizomatous, with a three-depressed, three-leafed leaf ring. A single white to light purple flower resembling chrysanthemum blooms at the tip of the stem in spring.
Common name: Anemone pseudoaltaica, scientific name: Anemone pseudoaltaica, aka: Kikuzaki ichige, Habitat distribution：Hokkaido - Honshu, Japan, Environment: Grows in clusters on the forest floor and at the edge of forests in low mountains; grass height: 10-30 cm, Stem: 1 upright, rhizomatous, leaflets; trilobed with 3 outgoing leaves, Flower color: White to pale purple; bloom: open; stamen: many, Flower diameter: 2.5 to 4 cm, flowering period: late March to late May, Note: Amphipathic flowers, insecticides and spring ephemerals.