Japanese gentian

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    Japanese gentian @ Nasu Highlands
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    Japanese gentian @ Yufuin
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    Japanese gentian @ Nasu Highlands
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    Japanese gentian @ Hakobe Botanical Garden
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    Japanese gentian @ Oze

Basic information

Flower Name
Japanese gentian
Formal Name
Gentiana scabra
Alias
Japanese gentian, Korean gentian
Habitat
Japan, Korea and China
Morph
Deciduous years grass

Comment

What is Japanese gentian

Japanese gentian, scientific name:Gentiana scabra , is native to China, Japan and the Korean peninsula, and is a deciduous of the department gentianaceae , of the gentiana genus. In Japan Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu wild native in a bell-shaped purple flowers in autumn. Flowers bloom only on sunny days. Roots are used in herbal medicine.

Generic name: Japanese gentian, scientific name:Gentiana scabra, origin: Japan, Korea, China, Habitat: Japan Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu, Yamano, stem length: 30-50 cm, rose: ovate-lanceolate, phyllotaxis: vs., Star: bell-shaped, flowering: autumn, flower: violet, white, leaf color: green, phyllotaxis: vs., uses: gardening, potted flowers, cut flowers, herbs.

Detailed information

Order
Gentianales
Family
Gentianaceae
Genus
Gentiana
Species
G. scabra
Flower language
intrinsic worth (Aug 31, Sep 16)
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Panicle
Petal shape
Campanulate
Leaf type
Ovate/Ovoid
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Low mountain
Color
Blue, Violet, White
Season
SepOct
Height
30 ~ 50 [cm]
Diameter
2 ~ 3

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